ori­ent8

AT HO­TEL MU­LIA SE­NAYAN

Exquisite Taste - - Best Brunches -

With its of­fer of tantalising French and pan-Asian cuisines and stun­ning dé­cor, it is easy to see why Ori­ent8 at Ho­tel Mu­lia is one of the choice Sun­day brunch places in the city. Vis­i­tors are wel­comed into the restau­rant through a charm­ing cor­ri­dor be­decked in stun­ning French colo­nial in­te­ri­ors il­lu­mi­nated by sparkling chan­de­liers. A che­quered floor of pol­ished mar­ble leads vis­i­tors into the main din­ing floor of the restau­rant. Light streams into the restau­rant through an ex­pan­sive lat­tice of tem­pered glass win­dows tak­ing up one side of the din­ing area.

The restau­rant's Vi­en­nois­erie sta­tion is a pop­u­lar choice amongst fre­quent din­ers. Rus­tic whole­grain breads, crois­sants and pas­tries are dis­played in charm­ing wooden trays, ac­com­pa­nied by gourmet cold cuts, im­ported cheeses, crack­ers and condi­ments. At the fresh Seafood Tower, guests can find fresh sea­sonal seafood such as blue tipped oys­ters, Han crab claws and ar­ti­san smoked salmon. An­other favourite is the carv­ing sta­tion, which fea­tures suc­cu­lent Aus­tralian lamb and US black Angus prime rib. For guests look­ing for Asian food, a va­ri­ety of soup noo­dles from Thai­land and Viet­nam and Thai cur­ries are avail­able. Aside from the food on the main buf­fet spread, din­ers can en­joy a ro­tat­ing menu of pass-around food such as BBQ baby back ribs and panseared foie gras. As a sweet closer to a meal at Ori­ent8, check out the desserts on dis­play, which fea­ture an end­less va­ri­ety of cakes, made-to-or­der crepes and waf­fles as well as home­made ice-cream.

SALAD STA­TION

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