Yet another in the family of lounge bars and restaurants that the Conrad Centennial Singapore Hotel can call its own, Oscar’s offers a buffet-style environment that never compromises on the five-star quality that this group of eateries down Temasek Boulevard in the City Hall district have become known for. Open very early until very late, Oscar’s is popular among hotel guests and public diners alike for its massive massive salad bar, outdoor noodle bar, enviable seafood selection, and live meat carving stations.
Great food, nice ambience. Staff are friendly and prompt in clearing the plates.
Great atmosphere, very good food, friendly and helpful staff that is not shy of going the extra mile to give you a great restaurant experience. 5* for sure ...
Good spread and variety of food. Fresh seafood. Good service. Promptly cleared plates when finished. Staff were friendly and polite. Nice ambiance. will go back again
Take a look the highlights from Oscar’s Sunday Brunch menu, featuring Boston lobster, oyster, roast duck and suckling pig, all washed down with Laurent-Perrier Brut champagne. They offer a huge salad bar, superfood shakes and poached eggs, all cooked in front of you by expert chefs.
And be sure to check out the menu for the Voilah! French Festival held at Oscar’s from 18 April until 29 May!
Many Singaporeans have chosen Oscar’s as their default destination when they’re hungry for a good Sunday brunch. At this restaurant in City Hall’s Conrad Centennial Hotel, Sunday brunch comes with free-flowing Champagne, wine, beer, or sparkling juice along with the sumptuous buffet food offering that Oscar’s has become known for. Indeed, there are over 40 wines by the glass on offer at Oscar’s, elevating this Temasek Boulevard restaurant well above the level of mere buffet. It’s a luxurious affair, with an internationally inspired a la carte menu prepared by talented chefs complementing the all-day-buffet.
Oscar’s also houses an outdoor noodle bar, where diners can indulge in Singapore favourites like laksa, prawn noodle soup, and bak kut teh, or pork rib broth. This popular restaurant in City Hall’s rather luxurious Conrad Centennial hotel is also home to one of the largest salad stations in the city, making its Temasek Boulevard premises a destination for lovers of greens and leaves. Seafood fans also know Oscar’s for its freshly shucked oysters and seafood on ice, while meat lovers head straight for the restaurant’s live meat carving stations.