Hawker Food Festival at [email protected] Buffet Restaurant, Grand Mercure Roxy Singapore
I know National day is already over but the celebration continued for the entire August for Grand Mercure Roxy as [email protected] Buffet Restaurant is having an impressive array of local hawker fares from 2 August to 31 August 2013.
We started our buffet lunch with seafood on ice.
And some traditional spicy appetizers. The hot varieties has chilli crab, sambal stingray, curry fish and hokkien mee. These are the more memorable ones.
At the popular live cooking stations, chef whips up an impressive array for hawker fares. On the day of our visit, we had lok lok which is an assortment spread of uncooked food items like meat, quail eggs and yong tau foo items skewered on satay sticks and dunk into a pot of steaming hot satay sauce to cook. These days lok lok is a rare find in Singapore. So I am quite happy to eat as much lok lok here!
Cuttlefish with kang kong for you?
Or how about satay bee hoon which will come with kangkong, tau pok, cockles, cuttlefish, pork liver etc. The ingredients were fresh and succulent, and none of them was overcooked. The sauce had a rich nutty fragrance, which made for a good mouth feel.
My friends enjoyed the endless supply of Gong gong shells, half shell mussels and cockles most. But the live cooking stations are on rotational basis so sometimes, you will get omelette, kway chap, fried carrot cake instead.
The end to the buffet in a truly sweet affair with the colourful variety of nonya kueh, kueh tu tu, mua chee and shaved ice desserts such as ice kachang, chendol and ice durian pengat.
Monday to Sunday (Lunch)
Adult: $38 | Child: $20 | Senior Citizen: $30 nett
Monday to Thursday (Dinner)
Adult: $42 | Child: $22 | Senior Citizen: $32 nett
Friday to Sunday & Public Holiday Eve
Adult: $44 | Child: $24 | Senior Citizen: $34 nett
[email protected] Buffet Restaurant
Address: 50 East Coast Road, Grand Mercure Roxy Level 3
Tel: 6340 5665