Indulge your senses in a spectrum of cuisines from around the world at Food Capital’s lavish all-you-can-eat feast, right at the lobby of the Grand Copthorne Waterfront on Havelock Road. Whether your tummy desires fresh seafood, succulent cuts of meat or heavenly desserts, you’ll be able to find all of these, and more, at this international buffet restaurant in Singapore’s central district of River Valley. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to witness the vibrant and theatrical show kitchens at Food Kitchen and treat your taste buds to an unforgettable gastronomical experience that spans all corners of the globe. Book now for the best seats.
Treat yourself to a bonanza of flavours from around the world at Food Capital, an international buffet restaurant located at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront on Havelock Road. From its elegant dining space in River Valley which overlooks the Singapore River, foodies will be spoilt for choice with a lavish selection of freshly-caught seafood, plump cuts of meat, scrumptious desserts and much more.
The variety of edible fare on display at Food Capital may bowl you over, but the highlight at this restaurant lies in its theatrical show kitchens, each designed to clamour for your attention with a different offer of cuisine. Pick up a few slivers of meticulously-sliced sashimi from the chef at the Japanese station, before heading to the tandoori station to mull over your options of baked delights. Over at the rotisserie, boneless legs of lamb and succulent flame-grilled Australian rib eye steaks await, though you’ll want save some room in your belly for the local dishes here – we hear the signature laksa and chilli crab with deep-fried mantou are among Singapore’s best. Come down to Food Capital in River Valley for an international all-you-can-eat feast like no other. Just remember to reserve ahead as seats tend to fill up fast.
Great service. Was disappointed that there was no oyster, but the manager did a superb job with service recovery. Overall great experience with their service and quality of food.
Great value for money, nice ambience and interesting spread. However food can run out pretty quickly towards the later part of the meal. Will require faster replenishment.
Great buffet selection, prompt service n nice deco! Caters for small and big dining groups, suitable for couples, corporate or family & friends events. Has alfresco & indoor seating too.
Food was good, just that not a lot of varieties. Service was fast. The chicken rice is amazing! Will not mind to revisit. Ambience was good too.
Had buffet lunch for two early this week; at promotion of 1 for 1 after ++ price came up to $34 a pax. Price is good for two but without promo, it may be slightly high at $68 per head. The spread was not particularly wide, but quality was good - fresh and tasty. Roost beef was tough even though cooked rare. Service was attentive without being overbearing. Will come again when on promo. Also recommended to some friends too.
The cooked food was only of average quality. The beef, lamb and fish were dry and tough. There were very limted buffet dishes to choose from. Only the raw seafood like oysters and the cold cooked prawns were good. The service was not very good. No waiters to clear your plates. Table was very small. Have to keep calling them to clear the plates. No water poured for you. Have to keep asking them for water. Have been to other hotel restaurants with much more better service. Overall, not worth the money. Would not be going again. Disappointed at a 5 star hotel restaurant with such service and food quality. Totally not worth it with or without any discount. Price was steep with such food and service. Expected much more better food quality and service for paying such a steep price. There are so many more better place with better food and service out there. My family did not enjoy our mothers day buffet there at all. Bad experience.
The waitress took some time to locate our reservation. The manager and waitress at the entrance openly showed their anxiety while assigning seats and spoke impatiently with each other, which made them look really unprofessional. Even though it wasnt crowded, the waitress/manager messed up the seating - after we were assigned a table and went to get our food, we came back only to find that our table was taken by 2 new customers. Seafood was good with fresh oysters, snow shell crab and lobsters, although lobsters ran out by 8.30pm and werent refilled thereafter. Non seafood lovers may not have anything much to eat as non seafood dishes tasted so-so.
The food choice is not much, as seafood is only crab and prawns is good, in roasted section roast beef and lamp are acceptable. Dessert is good. Price conside too expensive. As for kids to diner there should be free for age 11yrs and below, for kids to pay $37.00 is too expensive not worth the money and no food for kids to enjoy...
Service was good, and empty plates were cleared promptly. Food selection was a bit disappointing... nothing really stood out. Not the sushi counter, or the cold seafood selection. The rest of the cooked dishes were so so. All in all, it was an ok experience, not spectacular. A little disappointing because of all the rave reviews, I'd expected a more uplifting experience.
Food is just normal, the only interesting is the old school snacks available. We had the Indian Rojak, but they over fried them.. and the food is as hard as a stone.. maybe the chefs has to take note of the temperature of the oil etc. The reviews given was very good, but after trying, I find that they are not true.. not sure is it prepared by different chefs or different time?