Why You Should Have Buffet For National Day 2017

When you have a large family of say, 10, to get together for National Day 2017 celebration, it can be hard to find a fuss-free, cost-effective way of dining together. This is where we think heading out for a buffet meal comes in as a solution.

So why buffet? Because the platters and combinations of colourful local food allows everyone to pick their own culinary adventure.

Singapore’s Favourite Heritage Feast at Food Capital kept true to its name and chose not to go overboard with ludicrous creative combinations; offering only food that you’re dear to. But it definitely helps to have cohesive flavours that are well thought of than the standard.

You have your usual Indian Rojak, Chinese Rojak, Bak Kut Teh, Ice Kachang, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Chilli Crab with Mantou, Laksa, Kuehs, etc.

The grand finale? Chef David and his team made sure that when it came time to dig into creamy durians and fresh, sweet mangosteens, the guests didn’t have to do anything else but to wait patiently for the lovely staff to pry them open for indulgence.

The only scary thing about this feast? With so many good things to eat, everyone will probably be feeling up for indulging more than usual.

Appetizers:

Fried fritters with an exotic spicy dip. Feel free to choose the ingredients you’d like or to omit.

Chinese Rojak tossed in fresh kitchen-made sauce with the right amount of heat.

Ngo hiang platter

Kueh Pie Tee–it’s easy to get loose with these bite-sized beauties.

Sliced luscious fresh fish for the sashimi snob.

Fried tempura for the younger ones.

Fried wanton with otah filling.

Main Courses:

The right balance of fat and lean enveloped in seriously spongy bun–never mind the carbo overload.

Sinful will never go out of fashion.

Sio bak and friends, with fluffy chicken rice.

Indulgence:

Lip-smacking collagen-rich pork trotter.

Immodestly smoky, tangy, and spicier-than-usual, crabby goodness.

Because who doesn’t eat Bak Kut Teh on a regular basis, right?

Hot on trend: Salted Egg Prawn

Sweets:

FREE FLOW DURIANS!!!

Queen of fruits–Mangosteens.

Home-cooked dumpling soup, sweet potato soup and green bean soup.

Steamed kueh with richness of gula melaka and coconut.

Ice Kachang with homemade coconut ice cream.

The Singapore’s Favourite Heritage Feast at Food Capital starts from 17 July to 31 August 2017. For reservations, please call 6233 1100 or email dining.gcw@millenniumhotels.com.

*Buffet menu is on a rotational basis.

Buffet Lunch
Adult: $60++
Child (below 11 years old): $30++
Child (below 5 years old): $10++

Buffet Dinner Adult: $88++
Child (below 11 years old): $44++
Child (below 5 years old): $10++
Durian is only included for buffet dinner.

Food Capital
G/F Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel
392 Havelock Rd
Singapore 169663
Tel: 6233 1100

Opening Hours:
Daily 06:30am – 10:30pm

Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel

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