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Tiffany Cafe & Restaurant

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Tiffany Café & Restaurant is one of the very few hotel restaurants serving an International buffet and a la carte savouries from a Halal kitchen. The décor of the café creates a cozy ambience, perfect for conversations with light snacks and drinks.

Daily: 06:30 - 01:00

+65 65315366
$36 based on 20 submissions
Buffet (7 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (4 votes), Children/Family (3 votes)
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much better

Compared to the last time I visited, think the place has improved in food quality. The sashimi and prawns were fresh, and the cooked dishes were tasty. Desserts were decent too. Try the durian pengat. Give the laksa a miss - no taste and a bit gluey.

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• 05 Jun 2014 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

much better

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Compared to the last time I visited, think the place has improved in food quality. The sashimi and prawns were fresh, and the cooked dishes were tasty. Desserts were decent too. Try the durian pengat. Give the laksa a miss - no taste and a bit gluey.
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• 09 Sep 2013 • 73 reviews • 2 followers

Only Sashimi & Desserts makes the mark.

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If you're looking for buffet spread of local cuisine served from a Halal certified kitchen, this is for you. We had Citibank 1 for 1 promo so we decided to check out Tiffany.  I was a little disappointed w the Seafood section, there were the Mussel, Sashimi & Prawns on that day. I was expecting more than 3 of these since we're paying more than $50 for a dinner buffet. I read some reviews there were chili crabs, but there weren't any. I feel the range of food selections needs to be extended.

The best of all in the buffet were the dessert portion, it offers a variety of cakes to choose from. Their food tasted average and was nothing much worth remembering. Some were slightly above average, while others fell short of it. It's not that Tiffany is bad but for the price I'm paying ($52.80++), I would choose to dine elsewhere w more seafood selections & not just local cuisine. You can read more at my review here http://jacqsowhat.blogspot.sg/2013/09/tiffany-cafe-restaurant-furama-city.html

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• 05 May 2013 • 60 reviews • 0 follower

No more chilli crab?

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Been missing out the chilli crab during my past few visits.
Is it available still?

The sashimi was still good enough to satisfy cravings :) New cheese-baked kimchi rice was a hit.

http://oyhz.blogspot.sg/2013/05/daddys-birthday-furama-tiffany-cafe-2013.html



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