- Cold seafood counter features fresh lobsters, crab claws, oysters, scallops, prawns and mussels.
- There is a good selection of noodles, sushi and sashimi at Japanese counter. Salmon, tuna and yellowtail sashimi are the must-try items.
- Dessert section is also one of the best parts of Melt’s buffet. You can get both Asian and Western desserts there such as nonya kuehs, ice kachang, mousses, cakes, mignardises, homemade ice cream, Belgian waffles and chocolate fondue. Among them, Belgian waffle topped with ice cream is a highlighted dish.
ATMOSPHERE: Melt – The World Cafe has a cosmopolitan look, created by various materials used including stone, wood, leather, and glass. Multi-colored giant baskets of fruit add charm to this stylish dining room. With the spacious and vibrant, Melt is recommended for large group gatherings.
SERVICE: The premium dining experience at Melt starts with a mini-presentation about each and every food station, conducted by helpful staff. Service is efficient and meticulous – staff clear the used plates promptly in a polite manner and even care for your napkin when you go for another food helping.
- There are credit card promotions periodically.
- Besides buffet, a la carte menu is also available.
- Weekdays lunch buffet (Mon-Sat): S$68++
- Sunday brunch buffet: S$108++ (non-alcohol) | S$158++ (with free-flow champagne)
- Dinner buffet (Sun-Wed): S$82++
- Dinner buffet (Thu-Sat): S$88++