Can’t get enough of Sunday brunch? We have another option for you.
Oscar’s at Conrad Centennial Singapore Hotel has recently launched an awesome Sunday Champagne Brunch Buffet. The lavish spread is seriously the epitome of indulgence; we were blown away by the sheer number of gourmet delicacies.
From Boston lobsters, London duck, fresh Japanese sashimi, pan-seared foie gras to hearty Asian noodles, the Sunday Champagne Brunch Buffet at Oscar’s will complete your Sundays.
Readers of ladyironchef can quote “OscarsLIC” when making your reservations to enjoy the promotion of 1-dines-free-with-3-paying-adults.
Watch in awe as the skillful chefs shuck premium oysters before your eyes, carve aromatic suckling pigs, whip up a piping hot crepe suzette and more. It is almost as good as having a private chef attending to all your orders here at Oscar’s, except that you have an entire entourage now. Sunday Champagne Brunch experience at Oscar’s was indeed nothing short of spectacular.
We are not sure about you, but we judge a buffet line-up by its seafood spread.
How does Oscar’s fare, you may wonder. Think unlimited Boston lobsters, cherrystone clams, Chilean half-shell scallops, Indonesian crabs, king crabs, slipper lobsters, snow crab legs and freshly shucked oysters from Canada, France and Ireland. Kudos to Oscar’s for their splendid variety at the seafood bar!
The bed of sashimi is beautiful no less. There’s amberjack, octopus, squid, salmon, snapper, swordfish and tuna – on top of any special and seasonal fish.
What you definitely must not miss is the London Roast Duck.
It is the highlight of the Sunday Brunch at Conrad Centennial Singapore Hotel and most certainly our favourite. These succulent ducks are specially imported from Ireland and roasted fresh in-house every Sunday. The crispy, glistening skin and juicy, tender flesh are to die for, seriously! It was one of the best we’ve tried, and we hope we do not sound like hopeless gluttons if we told you we had at least three helpings each!
The carving station also features other roasts such as oven-roasted US Prime Rib and slow-roasted Argentinian, Mauritian or Chinese-style Suckling Pig (on rotation).
Oscar’s also has a few live stations with organic food choices. Pick from organic pasta, organic risotto and even organic eggs. The soft poached eggs with cauliflower puree, foie gras, sautéed spinach and truffle oil were absolutely amazing.
The cheese counter showcases eight types- cheddar, coulommiers, edam, goat cheese, pont-l’Évêque cheese, reblochon, saint morgan and smoked scamorza. An assortment of fresh fruits and crostini are available to complement the fine cheeses. And damn, we had so many pieces of the French cheeses!
Needless to say, nothing beats a classic cheese-and-wine pairing. Top up S$20++ for free-flowing house wines, sparkling wine and selected cocktails, or an additional S$60++ for bottomless Laurent-Perrier Brut, NV Champagne, house wines and selected cocktails.
And there is a “secret” noodle bar outside the restaurant. The hot station boasts awesome cooked-to-order Asian delights such as slipper lobster noodle with pork ribs, slow-cooked beef cheek noodles and laksa.
And you know what we had the most that day? The pan-seared foie gras served with apple, passion fruit and Fleur de sel vanilla salt. We shamelessly went back for seconds, thirds and… You get the gist. It is really THAT addictive. And what we typically have to pay S$10-20 per piece for in a la carte restaurants, we have it free flow here.
Each Sunday sees a unique interpretation of crab being showcased – an interesting extension of the various chefs’ ethnicity and background. Anticipate drool-worthy takes ala French-Asian and Vietnamese styles. Crabs in buffet are a must, right?
Well, salads don’t enjoy that great a popularity, but the 4-metre long salad bar at Oscar’s deserves your attention. Featuring over 30 toppings, 10 small plates and eight artisanal dressings, it is one fun DIY salad bar with endless possibilities. Don’t miss out on the sous vide duck breast as well!
Of course, no meal is complete without desserts. The exhaustive selection of decadent desserts includes homemade pancakes, black forest cake, green tea panna cotta and assorted pralines.
Other live stations to make a stop at are the liquid nitrogen ice-cream and flambéed crepe suzette with Cointreau or Grand Marnier stations.
Readers of ladyironchef can quote “OscarsLIC” when making your reservations to enjoy the promotion of 1-dines-free-with-3-paying-adults. Reservations are required to redeem the promotion, and cannot be combined with other offers and/or discount benefits.
This promotion is valid from now till 30 August 2016 and subjected to restaurant’s availability (blackout dates apply). The Hotel reserves the right to amend the above Terms & Conditions without prior notice.
Conrad Centennial Singapore Hotel
2 Temasek Boulevard
Sunday: 12.30pm – 3.30pm
Reservations: +65 6432 7481 or email@example.com
Nearest Station: Promenade
Prices for Oscar’s Supercharged Sunday Brunch are as follows:
Free for kids aged 5 and below
S$40++ per child (aged 6 to 12)
S$98++ per adult
S$118++ per adult (free flow of sparkling wine, house wines and selected cocktails)
S$158++ per person (free flow of champagne, house wines and selected cocktails)
This post was brought to you by Conrad Centennial Singapore Hotel.