Carousel is an award-winning buffet restaurant at Royal Plaza on Scotts Singapore Hotel. Renowned for its sumptuous Asian and Mediterranean buffets, the food served is catered to every conceivable taste and is prepared in Halal-certified kitchens. Carousel is also voted Best Buffet in Singapore by AsiaOne People's Choice Awards for 5 years running.
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25 Scotts Road
Lobby Level Royal Plaza on Scotts
Singapore 228220

Saturday:
06:30am - 10:00am
12:00pm - 02:00pm
03:50pm - 05:30pm
06:30pm - 09:30pm

Sunday:
06:30am - 10:00am
12:00pm - 02:00pm
03:50pm - 05:30pm
06:30pm - 09:30pm

Monday:
06:30am - 10:00am
12:00pm - 02:00pm
03:50pm - 05:30pm
06:30pm - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
06:30am - 10:00am
12:00pm - 02:00pm
03:50pm - 05:30pm
06:30pm - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
06:30am - 10:00am
12:00pm - 02:00pm
03:50pm - 05:30pm
06:30pm - 09:30pm

Thursday:
06:30am - 10:00am
12:00pm - 02:00pm
03:50pm - 05:30pm
06:30pm - 09:30pm

Friday:
06:30am - 10:00am
12:00pm - 02:00pm
03:50pm - 05:30pm
06:30pm - 09:30pm

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Price

~$70/pax

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Salted Egg πŸ₯š Yolk & Chendol ice-cream on freshly made waffle
One of the items available during lunch buffet (S$56++/ Adult) at Carousel in @RoyalPlazaOnScotts
The waffle was airy and crisp. The ice-cream was rich and creamy without too sweet.
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Carousel
Address 🏠 : Royal Plaza on Scotts, Lobby Level , 25 Scotts Road, Singapore πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡¬ 228 220
Tel ☎️ : 6589 7799
Open πŸ’ˆ :
Breakfast Buffet : 6.30am - 10am
Lunch Buffet : 12pm - 2pm
High Tea Buffet : 3.30pm - 5.30pm
Dinner Buffet : 6.30pm - 9.30pm
Website 🌐 : http://carouselbuffet.com.sg
MRT πŸš‡ : Orchard (NS22)

Rating: 🌟🌟

Price:
SGD 76.51 / Pax (Nett)
SGD 61.21 / Pax (After OCBC Credit/Debit Card Promo - 20% off total bill)

Celebrated my boyfriend's birthday by bringing him to the Weekend Lunch Buffet at Carousel last Sunday.

The overall ambience and service were good. Food was not fantastic except the chicken at the Teppanyaki Station. That was really amazing and we went back for 2-3 more servings. No kidding. It was that addictive.

We had higher expectations for the desserts because of their huge varieties. They actually have a few stations; serving cakes, ice cream, and even chocolate fondues. They were, however, a disappointment. For example, none of the ice cream they serve goes well with waffles and yet the ice cream and waffles are in the same station.

Enough said about their desserts, I was actually quite upset that I didn't manage to try their Seafood or even the Cheese & Salad stations. 2 hours is just not enough to eat at Carousel. They have so many stations, so many varieties, that I'm spoilt for choice. Also, there's a limit to my stomach space.

Overall, I really love dining at Carousel. Their service is excellent! πŸ‘πŸ» It was very nice of them to also include a complimentary birthday cake slice for my boyfriend and many others who were there to celebrate their birthdays!

I'll definitely go back again for special occasions ☺️

For special occasions or for when we're in the mood for a big old feast, the buffet selection at Carousel never lets us down. With Halal-certified kitchens, this buffet stalwart is well-known for its generous variety and reasonable pricing (lunch $56 weekday, $$65 weekend; dinner $76 weekday, $83 weekend), making it the perfect spot for large group gatherings. The spread features a wide range of global cuisines including Mediterranean, Indian, local Chinese and Japanese, along with a laudable fresh seafood selection. From whole salmon and steamed sweet clams to ocean fresh oysters and slipper lobsters (lunch only) β€” there is plenty for seafood lovers to go gaga over. The sweet toothed on the other hand would be hard pressed to find something more decadent than the spread laid out at the four dessert stations, which includes an ice cream "parlour" with 13 flavours on rotation. Pro tip: This space fills up fast, especially on weekends. Reservations are essential.
Avg Price: $70 per person
Photo by Burppler Sarah Voon
*Halal-certified

This is one of the many many many dessert options from carousel buffet. The seafood (crab crab and crab? Prawn. Sashimi) is fresh, oyster is very salty lol. And a lot hotplate options. And maybe like three rows of desserts. Now addon a lot selections of icecream. Most of the customers (maybe 7 out of 10 tables) are here to celebrate bday. The stuff will sing bday songs and give a little show and a slice of free cake. The atmosphere is great and stuff very happy and friendly. Add to costy list as wine is a must when celebrating

You'd be hard pressed to try and find another thing in the world as beautiful as a plate piled high with fresh seafood 😍

Carousel really had it all, good roasts, fresh seafood, fragrant Asian cuisine, and seductively sweet desserts.

The hotel itself is beautiful and lovely to stay in. But they also have a halal restaurant downstairs. Check out my review on the staycation experience now on www.foodievstheworld.com. @royalplazaonscotts

How adorable is the πŸ’ in #RoyalPlazaonScotts #CarouselBuffet's magnificent Mushrooms Mosaic Yusheng ($158 small, $188 large)? It features eight different varieties of mushrooms: crispy β€˜monkey head’ mushroom, enoki mushroom tempura, porcini mushroom powder, braised Bai Lin mushrooms, dehydrated oyster mushrooms, button mushroom crisps, shiitake mushroom jelly and pickled black trumpet mushrooms.

Here we have... rose and chocolate fondue. I was looking forward to the 3 different fondue but they only had 2 fondue when I visited them. I guess the matcha fondue went for a Christmas holiday.

Seafood international buffet on Christmas day! This is one halal international buffet with a wide spread of seafood. Non-stop spamming on the seafood and sashimi πŸ˜„

Carousel’s probably the first place that comes to mind when thinking of where to celebrate a special occasion with loved ones or colleagues. With a resplendent spread featuring Mediterranean, Asian and Japanese cuisines, as well as a mouth-watering seafood spread, French Rotisserie, and three dessert stations (including a chocolate bar!), there is definitely something for everyone. Since it’s popular among big groups, reservations are highly recommended, specially on weekends.
*Halal-certified food and kitchen

Hits and misses aplenty with the cold/seafood spread at the ever popular Carousel buffet. The whole salmon was an impressive sight and its flesh, flaky and succulent. The shellfish fared less well, and the prawns and crayfish were slightly fishy and chalky, to put it mildly. Sushi was mostly uninspired with the exception of the salmon aburi.

At $6, this salted egg yolk cupcake from Gourmet Carousel is worth a try. This is a masterpiece in several layers - the yolk on top is made of liquid-like mango ravioli, the egg white made of whipped cream. The yellow layer below is a mixture of egg yolk and potato and below that another layer of cupcake with raisins. Just when I thought that's it, I bite into a salted egg yolk filling hidden right smack in the middle. This has 'surprise surprise' written all over. Share it with someone - the eggy flavour may get a little overwhelming towards the end.

How many girls can control themselves in front of these ! I'm not sure is every girl love chocolate but I can say all girls will be crazy of this because it's so so soooo pretty !!

I forgot the price ard $15 maybe.. It was a nice cheesecake.. soft and creamy.. But the serving was small not enough for me.. The berries is sour contrary with sweetness from the cheesecake.. I had it as a room service dish so I think better have this on the buffet (carrousel restaurant)

The soil must be quite fertile to grow 🌺🌼and leavesπŸ˜… 75% Varlhona Chocolate with Chocolate Espuma

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