There’s nothing quite like a hearty and indulgent hotel brunch buffet at Oscar’s, Conrad Centennial Singapore
It might come as a surprise, but waking up early on a Sunday morning has its perks too. Say the words brunch, buffet and dessert, and we’ll gladly pull ourselves out of bed instantly! On our radar right now is Conrad Centennial Singapore’s new Sunday brunch at Oscar’s, which has a jaw-dropping spread of fancy options ranging from fresh Boston lobsters to decadent sweets. Do we have your attention? Then read on for the seven highlights that’ll have you hopping outta bed!
Oysters, lobsters and sashimi galore
A hallmark of every great hotel buffet is its fresh seafood bar, and it’s quite the catch at Oscar’s Sunday brunch. Load your plates with oysters from France, Ireland and Canada, Boston lobsters, snow crab legs, Cherrystone clams and Chilean half-shell scallops; or suss out the sashimi section for tuna, salmon, hamachi (yellowtail) and ika (squid) options.
Juicy, succulent meats
Can’t do without a Sunday roast? The buffet’s carving station has got you covered! Tuck into Oscar’s rendition of the crispy, confit-style London roast duck, and the oven-cooked US prime rib. Also available on weekly rotation is the slow-roasted Argentinian, Mauritian or Chinese-style suckling pig. Got you drooling, didn’t we?
Fresh pasta, cooked a la minute
For a hearty start to your day, order an organic pasta or risotto dish from the live stations. You have a choice of three different varieties of homemade sauces – organic tomato, smoked paprika and small capers, or Dijon mustard with sauteed mushroom and cream. There are also sections dishing out organic eggs, foie gras and noodles (all prepared on request), so you can make your mornings a little heartier.
Popular local street food
Not forgetting Singapore’s hawker classics, the noodle bar offers iconic local dishes like laksa, bak chor mee (minced pork and fish ball noodles with vinegar and homemade chilli paste), and the perennial crowd favourite, fish noodle soup.
A ‘crabby’ chef collaboration
We are especially excited about Conrad’s top chefs coming together to showcase their heritage through fusion crab dishes. Try executive chef David Laval’s French-Balinese interpretation with Indonesian crabs, or Singapore’s interpretation by senior chef de cuisine Alex Siah.
Healthy (and delicious) superfoods
Get your dose of vitamins from the buffet’s impressive four metre-long salad bar! A health enthusiast’s paradise, it has over 30 toppings comprising organic chia seeds, Montmorency cherries, gluten-free mung bean chips and wild Arame seaweed. And that’s not all! There is a selection of 10 small plates (we’re eyeing the quinoa with fava beans, roasted pumpkin, fresh mint and grapefruit), and eight different types of homemade dressings (the Champagne vinegar and yoghurt will definitely give your salad that tangy oomph). The wholesome choices doesn’t stop there – order freshly-made shakes mixed with chia seeds, berries, Greek yoghurt, Jarrah honey, whey protein, camu powder and more.
We’re all about sweets at any time of the day, and Oscar’s liquid nitrogen ice cream will have us flocking to the dessert bar. Beyond these icy treats are yummy dishes such as flambéed crepes suzettes, waffles with organic maple syrup, cendol gula melaka coconut espuma and tofu, and green tea panna cotta, so be prepared to ditch those diet plans!
The Conrad Centennial Singapore Supercharged Sunday Brunch is priced at $98++, $118++ (with free-flow sparkling wine, house wines and selected cocktails) and $158++ (with free-flow Champagne, house wines and selected cocktails) per adult, and $40++ for children aged 6-12 years old.
Dine for free when you bring your friends! With every three paying adults, get a complimentary meal when you quote OscarsHC – just book a reservation via email at [email protected] or by calling 6432 7481.
This promotion is valid ’til 30 November 2016. Terms and conditions apply.
Conrad Centennial Singapore, 2 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038982, p. 6432 7481. Sunday brunch is available from 12.30pm to 3.30pm at Oscar’s Restaurant.
This article is sponsored by Conrad Centennial Singapore