Café Mo­saic

T. Dining by Singapore Tatler - - International -

Aca­sual place to dine with fam­ily or friends, Café Mo­saic is lo­cated in the lobby of the Carl­ton Ho­tel. The high­light—and what we ob­serve other din­ers com­ing here for—is the buf­fet spread, which in­cludes a gen­er­ous spread of fresh seafood, in­clud­ing baby lob­sters, cray­fish, prawns and snow crab legs. Oys­ters are also freshly shucked in front of you af­ter you se­lect them. We saw nu­mer­ous mounds of shells as other din­ers tucked into the spread. Should the cold seafood buf­fet not be to your lik­ing, how­ever, Café Mo­saic also of­fers an à la carte menu. Stand­outs in­clude the Sin­ga­pore nonya laksa, gen­er­ously topped with seafood, meat and eggs, is fiery and de­li­cious when dosed with a dol­lop of the restau­rant’s sig­na­ture sam­bal chilli. The nasi goreng is­timewa is the house’s spin on kam­pong fried rice. Like the laksa, it’s a gen­er­ous por­tion, with large sticks of sa­tay, crispy fried chicken, nonya achar and a sunny-side-up egg.


Don’t for­get to ask for the sam­bal chilli—it has a kick that will el­e­vate each dish’s de­li­cious­ness.


1. Café Mo­saic burger 2. Sin­ga­pore nonya laksa 3. Nasi goreng is­timewa

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