Posts Tagged ‘Roast Duck’

Grand Park Orchard

If you haven’t already booked your Christmas Eve Dinner or Christmas Lunch, you just might want to consider Open House at Grand Park Hotel Orchard. In fact, I would highly recommend Grand Park Orchard’s buffet even if it weren’t the festive period. Open House boasts a buffet that is known more as “All-you-can-eat”. You know how it is with buffets, the chef may be talented, but after a huge vat of food is place out in the open for too long, the quality just isn’t the same as if you had ordered ala-carte. At Grand Park, they have 4 stations where you can enjoy food cooked to order, hence “All you can eat” rather than simply a buffet.

Another amazing fact about this restaurant is that most of the local dishes they serve taste really good! Better than some versions you get in the hawker centres in fact. And the prices are quite palatable too. $33++ for a quality buffet in the heart of Orchard road, does it get anymore value for money?????

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All-You-Can-Eat at Open House

Lunch : 12noon to 2.30pm
(Mondays to Sundays)
$25++ per person

Dinner : 6.30pm to 10.30pm
(Mondays to Sundays)
$33++ per person

Festive All-You-Can-Eat at Open House (10 to 23 December 2012)

Lunch: 12noon – 2.30pm
$42++ per person

Dinner: 6.30pm – 10.30pm
$58++ per person

Christmas Eve All-You-Can-Eat and Scintillating Views

Lunch: 12noon – 2.30pm
$42++ per person

Dinner: 6.30pm – 10.30pm
$98++ per person
(Inclusive of free flow Wines, Chilled Juices & Soft Drinks)

The Joy of Christmas Day All-You-Can-Eat Feasts

Lunch: 12noon – 2.30pm
$68++ per person*

Dinner: 6.30pm – 10.30pm
$68++ per person*

*Add $50++ to enjoy free flow Champagne, Wines & Soft Drinks

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The Asian Kitchen

I like going to The Asian Kitchen. It is one of the cheapest places to eat, that isn’t a coffeeshop or foodcourt. You can easily get a meal for 2, for about $20 in total. My favourite branch is the one at Raffles City Shopping Centre. This branch serves the crispy roast duck, which isn’t available in other branches such as the Citylink one. The small serving is more than enough for 2 people, and only costs $9.90. If you order another plate of vegetables like the Treasures Plate, it costs about $6.90.

Apart from the duck, other dish portions are just enough for you to be sufficiently full for dinner. Admittedly that could be one reason why The Asian Kitchen is cheaper, but sometimes, you really don’t need that much food so why pay more for more food that you don’t need? The restaurant is also rather cramped, so you definitely can’t bring your business associates there, unless you manage to get the booth seats, which are few and far between. But still, the price tag and the really delicious roast duck beckons to me every few weeks or so.

Asian Kitchen Roast Duck

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