Food Scoops: New Bottomless Weekend Brunch Buffet At Nobu Singapore, Four Seasons Hotel Singapore | Good Value Buffet Including Black Cod Miso & F1 Japanese Beef
What’s Buzzing? Nobu Singapore at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore has just launched a new bottomless Weekend Brunch semi-buffet concept last month, available every Saturday and Sunday.
What To Expect? A semi-buffet brunch concept, where you choose from a buffet line and an ala carte menu where you get to order unlimited portions of each dish. At S$158++ for the “Taste Of Nobu”, it also includes Soft Drinks and Mocktail Selection which include chilled juices and green tea too.
If you wish to up the beverage package, there is the Classic Beverage Package (supplement of S$40++) which include the likes of Taittinger Brut Réserve Champagne, white and red wines, and Hokusetsu Junmai Sake; or go luxe with the Luxe Beverage Package (supplement of S$118++) which include the likes of Taittinger Prélude Grands Crus Champagne and Nobu Junmai Daiginjo “The Sake”. Note that the latter requires entire table participation.
The highlight of the buffet line includes a selection of Nobu sushi rolls, sashimi, cold dishes and salads, where you can expect dishes like Yellowtail Jalapeño, Umami Chicken Wing, Crispy Rice with Spicy Tuna, and Sashimi Salad with Matsuhisa Dressing.
I personally enjoyed the Yellowtail Jalapeño which is refreshing, and it makes a great starter.
The ala carte menu is where the real value of the buffet lies for me. You must try the Black Cod Miso if you are a fan of cod fish as this is one of the signature dishes at Nobu.
My other highly recommended dish is the F1 Japanese Beef Steak where you get succulent and flavourful Japanese beef prepared a la minute.
The other steak dish to go for is the F1 Japanese Beef Toban-Yaki which is served in a hot sizzling cast iron pan.
The Seafood Toban Yaki is great if you love grilled seafood which comes with ingredients like prawns and scallops.
For a fish dish, go for the Chilean Sea Bass Spicy Cilantro Sauce which gives the fresh fish a nice slightly spicy flavour.
You get a good mix of meats and other Japanese dishes like tempura on the ala carte menu, and it is hard to go wrong with the Rock Shrimp Tempura with Creamy Spicy Sauce and Shojin Tempura. Eggplant lovers will likely enjoy the Nasu Miso dish as well.
Other dishes to expect from the ala carte menu include the likes of Josper Charcoal-Grilled Spring Chicken, Squid ‘Pasta’ with Light Garlic Sauce and Umami Chilean Sea Bass.
For desserts, there is a dessert room to help yourselves to items like the popular Nobu-style Cheesecake, along with other handcrafted desserts such as Green Tea Flan, Chocolate Miso Cream Puff and Yuzu Meringue Tarts.
Overall Experience I rarely do buffet these days and the new weekend brunch buffet at Nobu offers quality selections instead of quantity. Head here if you love the idea of a good Japanese buffet in a lovely dining setting, where the price inclusive of beverages, is competitive in Singapore’s hotel buffet context.
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Nobu Singapore “Taste of Nobu” Weekend Brunch
When: Every Saturday and Sunday: 12pm to 2:30 pm
Where: Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, 190 Orchard Boulevard, Level 3, Singapore 248646
Ranted by The Ranter
Nice images of the plates!
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