If you love Thai food, Melt Café at the Mandarin Oriental, Singapore has a run of specialty Thai dishes at their popular dinner buffet spread 6-19 March 2017. The dinner buffet inclusive of free flow of juices is priced at S$75++ per person from Sunday to Thursdays and S$85++ per person on Friday and Saturday.
Here are some of the highlights you can expect:
Ko Mun Yang - Thai Roasted Pork Neck with Jaew Dipping - first photo above
Kaeng Khiao Wan Mu San - Green Curry Pork Belly (this is seriously good)
Kaeng Phet Pet Yang - Red Curry Duck
Massamun Gai Rue Nuea - Yellow Curry Beef
Chiang Mai Style Lemongrass Roasted Duck
Pomelo Salad - makes a great palate cleanser
Of course you still have all the regular seafood on ice - oysters, lobsters, prawns, scallops and so on.
There's the full section of Western mains like this Duck Breast.
The Indian food here has always been stellar. Don't miss this.
Worth all the calories!
The Thai line-up extends to desserts as well.
Red Ruby Dessert. There's also Mango with Sticky Rice.
There are plenty of other desserts and cakes, like this Green Tea Yuzu Opera cake, as well as their famous waffles and ice cream.
Finish off your meal with a Thaihito - a light cocktail in a coconut. It's got chunks of ginger and lemongrass and smells like a spa.
If you'd like to see more photos of MELT's buffets:
http://www.camemberu.com/2007/06/melt-world-cafe-oriental-singapore.html (way before they renovated)
Many thanks to MELT for the invitation. Photos taken using the Canon 5DsR kindly loaned by Canon Singapore