I’ve been haunted by the wonderfully yummylicious oysters i had in Manila since i got back to Singapore.  Asked & surfed around for recommendations on where to find the best fresh oysters in Singapore and i came up with this list:


The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore – Sunday Champagne Brunch

Where: Greenhouse (tel: 6434 5288 / 6337 8888)
Enjoy all-day dining at Greenhouse, which showcases international flavours and local favourites on buffet or á la carte. Seafood aficionados may dive into our delectable buffet dinners and savour Singapore’s iconic dish – chili or peppered crabs, along with a rotation of scallops, oysters, slipper lobsters and Japanese sushi and sashimi.

  • All-day á la carte: 6:30 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.
  • Buffet breakfast: 6:30 – 10:30 a.m.
  • Buffet lunch: Noon – 2:30 p.m.
  • Buffet dinner: 6:30 – 10.30 p.m.
  • Saturday Teddy Bear Tea buffet: Noon – 3 p.m.
  • Sunday vintage champagne brunch: 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m., offering an unlimited flow of Moët & Chandon, wines and selected cocktails accompanied by freshly shucked oysters, seafood, roasts, 80 French farmhouse cheeses and freshly baked soufflés
  • Advanced reservations recommended


Four Seasons Hotel Singapore – Sunday Brunch At One-Ninety

Where: One-Ninety (tel: 6831 7250 / 6734 1110)
International and Singaporean specialties such as spicy laksa, fragrant chicken rice and wonton noodles are available all-day. Breakfast features a buffet of Asian and contemporary western favourites. On Saturdays, a high tea buffet of local and international delicacies take centre stage. Sunday brunch, complete with champagne, juices, appetisers and buffet stations of Asian and international delights, has something to please every palate.


Meritus Mandarin Singapore – International Buffet

Where: Triple 3, The Buffet Restaurant (tel: 6831 6271/88)
Featuring the widest and most imaginative buffet spread of Eastern and Western flavours with a fresh selection of cold cuts and seafood as well as mouth-watering desserts which will have you lingering for more!

Relish different monthly cuisine coupled with refreshing, new dishes to further appease your discerning palate. A choice to dine al fresco by the pool or in an air-conditioned comfort, Triple 3 is the only buffet restaurant in town to be awarded the ‘Best Buffet’ title by Wine and Dine magazine.


Oyster Nights at The Line

The Line’s gastronomic dinner spread will be enhanced every Tuesday night with over 10 varieties of freshly-shucked oysters from Australia, New Zealand and France, priced at SGD 68 per person. Guests will also enjoy delicious champagne cocktails from The Line Bar at the special price of SGD 10 per glass.

With 16 theatre kitchens offering a range of cuisine from local delights, Chinese delicacies, exquisite Japanese, hearty Western, healthy salads, fresh seafood and decadent desserts including unique ice cream teppanyaki and a chocolate fountain, diners are suitably spoilt for choice.

Valid Dates

Sunday, July 01, 2007 – Tuesday, July 31, 2007


For reservations, please call The Line at (65) 6213 4275.


So i’ve decided to go easy on my alcohol intake and spend money on oysters instead!!  I mean… mnoney spent on drinks and money spent on oysters is still money spent right?  Shall start with the buffet at Meritus Mandarin and come July… i’ll be at Shangri La’s The Line every Tue!  Woohoo! 

Oh damn!  I have tennis on Tue too… maybe i should postpone tennis for 1 mth.

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June 2007