Rise buffet restaurant at Marina Bay Sands has some hits and misses at their hot station.
This braised beef was very tender and flavourful. My conclusion is that Rise is good at dishes which involves beef.
Some vegetable dish which I did not try.
This Singapore sambal sotong is very good. The sotong is very tender and the sambal, in Singapore lingo, is shiok!
One of their Chinese dishes - Deep fried mashed tofu with fish and stewed in Chinese gravy.
Szechuan Kung Pow Chicken - An Asian dish which every Ang Mor knows!
I love this stir fried prawns with pine nuts and peppers. The prawns were very crunchy and sweet.
Didn't try this Indian dish. But it was wiped out very quickly!
Asian fried noodles. No rice dish here. Only noodles.
These are the sauces that Rise use in their dishes. Specially imported from overseas.
Their salad bar has a variety of Balsamic Vinegar for diners to choose from. Unfortunately, I was too full to try them.
I was saving my stomach for desserts! All of them looks good.
Isn't this Rasberry chocolate pastry gorgeous?
Too many to take. In the end, I only had 50% of what was offered.
Many of the invited guests love these tiny pastries with berries.
These Creme Brulee were good! Serving was tiny and great for tasting.
One of their best item which I forgot to take a picture, was this cream puff with icing on top. It was incredibly light and creamy.
And of course, lot's of freshly sliced tropical fruits to digest after a heavy buffet item.
Perhaps the variety of Rise is not as wide as those from The Line @ Shangri-La. But most of them items here are good and I think if you are looking for a buffet restaurant with good food, this will be a good choice.
I am not sure of the price here, so if you intend to go, do give them a call first.
Marina Bay Sands
Hotel Tower 1
10 Bayfront Avenue