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Buffet Dinner At Holiday Inn Hotel, Singapore

Soon we reached our destination for our buffet dinner...Holiday Inn Hotel in Orchard Road, Singapore...
Our buffet dinner was sponsored, thanks to Aaron for booking some tickets through Groupon....

It was quite early when we reached and soon when the dinner started, guests began to flow in...
 
My favourite section is none other than the Desserts!
 Well, this is a common dessert... I think I didn't try this at all.... 
Not because I don't like it.. 
It was because by the time I finished the main dishes, I was too full for anything else...
Normally I don't fancy rainbow cakes but that night was an exception... 
Took a lot of salad though... salmon sashimi... and little bit of this and that... 
In no time, I was totally FULLLLL...... 
Our guest of honour...
Appeared on our TV screen a number of times!  :)
We had a wonderful time on our last evening in Singapore....
Indeed this trip was a memorable one
Almost everything was posted in this blog.. LOL...
Well, when will we see Singapore again?
Soon... I guess.. Pretty Soon!


Comments

  1. Why was it sponsored? Groupon still have to pay mah haha. I see sashimi there! I'd sapu all of them if i were you :P

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  2. if me I will wallop all the sashimi. I remember Holiday Inn in Orchard Road. Must visit Spore again. Last time when I stepped on Orchard Road was more than 10years ago. Must a lot has change there.

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  3. But you have worked quite a distance from Ibis Hotel to Holiday Inn, how come you eat so little only. Indeed a nice dinner. I just want the desserts only. That aspiring actor???... looks not familiar to me.

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  4. Well, you had a good time. Visit again :)

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  5. Indeed this trip is a memorable trip for all of you as you spend the whole time relaxing will all your grown up children. Hope the next time all 4 of you get together for a holiday is very near.

    The food looks nice. I don't go for buffet nowadays cos cannot eat as much as last time.

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  6. Was this formerly Le Meridian? Or is it the Holiday Inn off Orchard Road...near Supreme Hotel/Grand Central that area?

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  7. Wahhhhh!!!! Rub shoulders with famous people!!!! How much per head the buffet? Must be soooo expensive.

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  8. Ya...I checked and I am right - the old Holiday Inn, somewhere behind Centrepoint...not along Orchard Road proper. Used to stay at the very much cheaper Supreme - now also not cheap anymore. :(

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  9. I just got back from Singapore too recently. Had a fun 5 days there. Walked like madwoman in Orchard. That was fun!

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  10. ken: I ate a lot of that... :)


    rose: yes, i think changed a lot since 10 years ago.. but orchard road malls same la.. hahaha..

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  11. irene: I ate a lot! so much that i couldnt put in any more desserts..


    weekendwindup: yes, I will.. thanks!

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  12. mun: me too..cannot take much when it comes to buffet.. unless sit for hours there.. haahha..


    stp: yes, it is off Orchard Road, that is the one...

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  13. stp: yes, must rub rub with the famous.. hahahaa...no hotel is cheap along Orchard road.. that is why we stayed in Bugis... the buffet dinner is around $32 through Groupon...


    bella: walked, shopped till dropped.. right? hahaha


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  14. it's always fun to have a family holiday..
    I need to plan one probably next year..

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  15. This looks so special and fancy! The rainbow cake is beautiful, and the salmon is lovely! Were you sad to be leaving?

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  16. You were in cloud 9 so unable to resist the rainbow cakes huh? haha

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  17. the buffet dinner looked more like a desserts buffet for you huh?? hehehe.. main dish is desserts, and dessert is the main dishes :p

    that rainbow cake looks nice and tempting, i actually have not tried rainbow cake before, a bit scared of the colorings~~ :p

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  18. Wah, you must've eaten a lot of food while in SG! Did u shop a lot too?? Hahaha!

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  19. ginny: Yeah..if only we could stay longer...


    bananaz: desserts maniac! hahaha..

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  20. sk: yeah, like you, I am skeptical about the colourings too...


    shirley: surprisingly no.. we didn't shop much.. :)


    kathy: yeah...free is nice! hahaha..

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  21. I will take the salmon sashimi first if i were there as it's my favourite, hehe...

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  22. Sharon: The fish was very fresh.. no smell... :) Nice!

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  23. Love the buffet spread, Claire.

    So how many round you manage to run...hahah

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  24. What a clever son you have to plan everything so well including getting the Groupon vouchers. I ate so much Groupon food until I had to rest a while. LOL

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  25. TM: yes, now they are big, they can be able to decide...

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