Café 2000 (M Hotel Singapore)

58 Wishlisted
~$60/pax
Café 2000 boasts a treasure trove of Asian and Western cuisine. Served all day, take delight on perennial favourites such as the Premium Seafood Fried Rice and Chef's signature juicy steaks, grilled over charcoal to perfection. The Barbecue Seafood Buffet served on Fridays and Saturdays is a sure weekender's gourmet gratification. Enhance your dining pleasure as our Chef promises nothing short of perfectly grilled steaks and seafood. From the sizzling outdoor grill, gratify to luscious selections of Barbecue items* like Scallop, Venus Clam, Tiger Prawns, Fish, Squid, Black Angus Beef, Lamb, Pork, Italian Pork Sausage, Corn on Cob and more.

81 Anson Road
M Hotel Singapore
Singapore 079908

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Wednesday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Ordered takeaway from Cafe 2000 at M Hotel. Serving size was huge. Must not miss the Fish & Chips and Aloha Hawaii Pizza.

High tea set ($44.73 for 2 pax, inclusive of GST & service charge)

Got this high tea set for 2 pax deal off Eatigo since it wasn’t available on Burpple. Went there as a treat to my mum, so was a little disappointed when they served the food in a different plating as the one shown in their photos, cos my mum preferred the advertised one.

It was a not bad experience since it was my first high tea ever. The food was alright and they gave 2 huge pies that totally fill your tummy before the smaller cakes and stuff even arrive. But they’re not great, not horrible either, just normal.

Drinks were not included so we had to purchase separately, even though it’s just tea bags. Plus you can only refill once.

No view either, nor did it feel very much like a high tea. Just a normal restaurant with high tea plating.

Was a good deal for this first time, but definitely not worth it at its original price (which would’ve been $70-$80+ for 2 pax!!). I wouldn’t go back for this again lol.

Ordered this from Cafe 2000. It’s their signature, along with chocolate which I plan to try next time. This cheesecake was indeed delicious. Cheese was thick and rich but not too jelat. I finished 1/4 no problem. Really liked the biscuit crust at the bottom. The cream on top was light and refreshing, didn’t add on to the heaviness as I feared. Very good cheesecake worth indulging.

This was supposed to have truffle oil but I didn’t detect any. Nevertheless it was very enjoyable. There was a variety of mushrooms and plentiful too. Perfectly seasoned, with lots of garlic as well.

This had the chef’s recommendation hat but it was really very mediocre. Beef was alright. More slices than steak actually. Slight wok hei. Sliced green chili was the default condiment. I asked for Sambal chili, which I thot went quite well with the horfun. Egg gravy was ok. Super huge bowl, I couldn’t finish.

Most people would love a sumptuous meal at a hotel buffet during the festive season, for the spread would include things like roast turkey, roasted beef and other festive delicacies like fruit cake and stuff.

But these were just one part of what M Hotel’s Café 2000 had to offer in their Festive Seafood Extravaganza Buffet, available from 24 November to 30 December 2019. Having the table reservation through Eatigo, two persons could get up to 50% discount to the usual price of S$78.00 per pax. Much of the items there would include seafood, but I also saw many people swarming the buffet line for satays and other meat items. And then, I realised that it was actually very gratifying to scoop lots of Durian Pengat into a coffee mug, and eat it like a boss.

While it might be quite a value-for-money thing to book a table via Eatigo, I was a bit turned off by the way the diners wiped out the more popular items by forming mountains of food on their own plate. As much as food was replenished quite promptly, it could only mean that one would either need to stay vigilant to watch what was being topped up from afar, or that he would just have to approach the buffet line like a typical “kiasu” Singaporean. And because the restaurant appeared to be fully booked, the crowd could have taken away any peace and quiet ambience if that was to be expected.

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