The name Ritz-Carlton has a reputation for luxury and evokes certain expectations. Here in Singapore’s Downtown Core at Marina Bay, the prestigious Raffles Avenue hotel certainly doesn’t disappoint – and that goes for its resident restaurants as well. Colony’s name alludes to the late-18th-century era of global exploration and colonial expansion by the British and other European powers, voyaging to the East Indies for trade and commerce. Appropriately, Colony is adorned with ornate gold-leaf detailing, vintage maps and postcards that evoke nostalgia for a bygone time. Diners can watch as chefs masterfully create dishes at seven open concept kitchens. Go on a multi-sensory journey through Singapore’s rich culinary history, from Asian, Indian and Western delicacies to desserts, seafood and grilled dishes that encapsulate the flavours of the nation’s rich, complex past.
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Best place for international buffet in my opinion. The cold bar is my favorite!
Love the snow crab legs at the cold bar. Fresh and sweet every time. Worth a visit!
Eating out in Singapore is always a treat, and right at the top end of the dining scene in the city is the Downtown Core, where the classiest hotels and restaurants are to be found. One of the very best places to stay – and to pick up a meal – is the Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore on Raffles Avenue, where they boast several restaurants, including the Michelin-starred Summer Pavilion and the internationally renowned and orientated Colony. Colony offers a buffet set menu with seven stations, from which one can peruse international delicacies from all around the world. Getting there
Colony is located inside the Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, between Raffles Boulevard and Raffles Avenue. The nearest MRT station is Promenade, a three minute walk away up Temasek Boulevard. Bask in the convivial atmosphere at Colony with family and friends, and savour the best of Singapore’s heritage cuisines at seven conservatory kitchens showcasing live culinary wizardry. Firm favourites among Singaporeans are the Colony laksa served with homemade lobster balls, and Alaskan King Crab satay. Finish with freshly prepared crêpe suzette or visit The Bakery and grab Colony’s beloved Upper Crust dessert, a cookie crust and muffin base welded together and bound to delight. As you can see below, the Colony boasts an impressive selection, so reserve your tables and take a trip to the Ritz-Carlton Singapore overlooking the spectacular Marina Bay for an unforgettable, premium buffet dining experience.A quick guide to what’s on the menu at Colony’s seven live cooking stations
– The Ice Bar offers a variety of crustaceans on ice, salads, cold cuts and cheeses.
– The Grill & Rotisserie offers a selection of succulent Western and Asian meats
– The Steam Basket serves Asian noodles, soups and other steamed delights.
– The Wok provides local wok-fried delicacies.
– The Tandoor serves Indian meats, seafood and breads cooked in a traditional tandoor oven.
– The Fruit Stall provides an assortment of whole fruits and fresh pressed fruit juices.
– The Patisserie offers a decadent selection of sweet treats, pastries and local desserts.