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Tiffany Cafe and Restaurant (Furama City Centre) Tiffany Cafe and Restaurant (Furama City Centre) Tiffany Cafe and Restaurant (Furama City Centre) Tiffany Cafe and Restaurant (Furama City Centre) Tiffany Cafe & Restaurant Tiffany Cafe & Restaurant Tiffany Cafe & Restaurant Tiffany Cafe & Restaurant Tiffany Cafe & Restaurant Tiffany Cafe & Restaurant
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International Halal & Asian Food Buffet
Best Value for Money! Now with 1 for 1 Buffet Promotion

for Bank of China, CIMB, Citibank, DBS/POSB, OCBC & UOB card holders

Buffet Prices;

Buffet Lunch : S$49.80++ (A), S$24.80++ (C)
Buffet Dinner: S$59.80++ (A), S$28.80++ (C)
Free flow of ice lemon tea and ice peach tea for both lunch and dinner

An award-winning chain of mid-range hotels situated in the vibrant Asia Pacific region, Furama hotels offer leisure and business travellers a place to indulge in restful play and invigorating work.

THE BUFFET CLUB

Tiffany cafe & restaurant open their wings and invites you to indulge yourself with an International buffet spread which runs the halal show with highlights such as Fresh Oysters, Sashimi, Roasted Boneless Leg of Lamb, Stir fried Prawns with Teriyaki Sauce, Baked Mushroom Lasagna and a whole lot more!

Operating hours:
Breakfast: 6:30am till 10:30am @ $25.80++
Lunch: 12pm till 2:30pm @ $40.80++
Dinner: 6pm till 10:30pm @ $50.80++
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30 Apr 2013 09:59:20
THE BUFFET CLUB Tiffany cafe & restaurant open their wings and invites you to indulge yourself with an International buffet spread which runs the halal show with highlights such as Fresh Oysters, Sashimi, Roasted Boneless Leg of Lamb, Stir fried Prawns with Teriyaki Sauce, Baked Mushroom Lasagna and a whole lot more! Operating hours: Breakfast: 6:30am till 10:30am @ $25.80++ Lunch: 12pm till 2:30pm @ $40.80++ Dinner: 6pm till 10:30pm @ $50.80++
One of the few hotels that served international buffets from the halal kitchen! Perfect for conversations and light snacks!
Buffet lunch on weekends $40.80++ 1-for-1 & is halal too.
Good cosy ambience, good oxtail stew and good service.1-for-1 for many credit cards.
Halal buffet restaurant. 1 for 1 for DBS & UOB card members
The nonya kuehs here on the buffet spread really make me decide to come back for more.So many ranges I can choose from and I can assure you that all these kuehs are really good!Like the rice kueh which the glutinuous rice is moist and compact with that really nice pandan soft kueh attached to it. The soft greenish kueh with the orange shredded coconut in it is sweet and chewy.With a cup of Chinese tea or any hot beverage to go along with it will make your end of the buffet meal a very pleasant one.Spending: Approximately SGD 40.00(Lunch)
Buy 1 Get 1 Free Buffet for DBS Card members. Offer ends 31 Dec 2012.
Halal kitchen, 1 for 1 promo for Uob & citibank card holders. Dinner buffet at @ $60
Selected Tiffany Cafe for our dept early x\'mas celebration because of one simple reason ; It is a Halal certified buffet restaurant. Further more we have always wanted to try something new apart from the very down graded food quality from Sakura buffet. So here are some of the food that Tiffany cafe offer : (Note : The crab leg was actually where they place the alaska crab! And it always run out within a few mins after the cook replenish it. -.-\'\') The food serve there were pretty decent. Mainly Japanese and Western food. There are some chinese food like duck rice and wanton noodles over there which I try a little and find that it is rather awful. Below are some of the stuff I highly recommended to give it a try : *Fresh salmon sashimi* -*The dessert section is worth checking out specially the chocolate cake*Spending: Approximately SGD 28(Lunch)
one of the few halal buffet places in singapore other than sakura. the restaurant itself is quite nice, quite cozy but the hotel itself is quite bad. the location itself is quite inaccessible especially when driving because of the bad traffic in chinatown area and the hotel looks quite run down too. as for the food wise, i think is more of a local style buffet rather than international buffet, most of the dishes tend to cater to local taste. the minestrone was quite bad, it has this gluey taste to it. the most interesting thing there is the kuay chap because there are no pork. the braised peanuts are nice but other ingredients are just average.
boss brought the whole lab to tiffany for our annual lab lunch. we had quite a hard time deciding where to eat because we need to find a halal buffet place for our malay colleagues so finally decided on tiffany. i felt this place serve more of local style dishes than traditional international buffet. personally i am not really into local delight so i did not like the food there much but i really like their durian dessert. they serve this durian paste like thing call durin penyan or something, it has a very rich durian taste and it was so nice so that dessert was my favourite dish
My cousin treat us to Tiffany Cafe for the Buffet !!! we went there at about 6.30pm and we were the first bagde of customers !!! haha ...so you can guess that all the food were freshly served. the first food i took is the chocolate foundue. ^^ then small deco desserts which are very cute and look tasty. then mini cakes which have - orea cheesecake, chocolate cake, log cake , ... mousse cakes- chococate , strawberry , sago version of mousse cake you will know if you watch the channel 8 show on thursday - Buffet Buffet I started out with desserts first as i am a dessert-craver !! haha next ,,, i tried the meats which are teriyaki chicken , fish, squid ,salmon, prawn and ....many more BEST is teriyaki chicken as it is cook on spot by the chef ! i am also very satisfied with the freshness of the meats E.g are the salmon and the prawn ! ^^ juicy and chewy ! Tiffany cafe also provided many types of salad which made me in dilemma. What to choose !!? It also have shark fin , onion soup , and bread? for the heavier type of meal ....there are fried rice , spagetti and noodle ( to prepare on your own ; DIY) Overall, for variety wise ....although it look to me that they are trying to make it FUSION. like providing a combination of food from Japan, western and chinese countries but i thing they had failed. The reason is because...there are only 1 type of rice, 1 type of spagetti and one type of noodle ! moreover the spagetti is with Beef ( so people who does not consume beef is only left with rice and noodle ) the variety of meats are a lot . However, for Japanese style they only have 2 - salmon and octopus And having bread for dinner buffet look weird! Nobody even bother to take one piece of bread ! For desserts session - love the mousse and pudding but not the CAKES !!! cakes , to be frank is very NORMAL ! and the flavour of cinnamon is too strong ( is not a cinnamon cake ) i guess they have strict budget for cakes and cookies . because the cookies is very hard to eat ! the fruits for fondue are not fresh too anyway, i guess i will not go to Tiffany cafe for Buffet anymore
I was there for the 1-for-1 promotion by UOB Spend $55 total for 2 pax (dinner on weekday). Their choice of food wasn\'t a lot but somehow we like the desserts. Lamb was good Noodles were too salty for my linking. Was not very crowded. Half occupied. Mostly are working adults gatherings, very noisy. I would say this is value for money with the promotion. Actually I called the cafe even before heading down thinking that I could do a reservation or enquiry on the promotion but the no one picks up the call after a few tries. So I end up walk-in since It\'s near to my workplace. Spending: Approximately SGD 27.5(Dinner)
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