22 Scotts Road
Goodwood Park Hotel
Singapore 228221

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Goodwood Park is known for their iconic durian desserts, and I went for just that last month! They were having a Mao Shan Wang and D24 Durian Dessert buffet at Coffee Lounge, and it made for a decadent treat. Yes, everything on this plate is durian flavoured!

My favourites at the buffet were the 饾悓饾悞饾悥 饾悓饾惃饾惍饾惉饾惉饾悶 饾悅饾悮饾悿饾悶, 饾悓饾悞饾悥 饾悅饾惈饾悶饾惄饾悶 as well as the 饾悆饾惍饾惈饾悽饾悮饾惂 饾悮饾惂饾悵 饾悘饾悶饾悮饾惂饾惍饾惌 饾悡饾悮饾惈饾惌! The cake was light and fluffy, paired generously with the durian frosting. The crepe likewise was stuffed full of the durian filling, and was so shiok to eat! At some point, I felt like I was just eating durian pengat nonstop because of the filling to skin ratio. Lastly, the tart was a surprising combination that I loved! It reminded me of the traditional peanut candies that we used to eat during Chinese New Year, and went surprisingly well with the durian.

Because this was my first meal of the day, it got undoubtedly jelat after awhile. They do offer the dessert buffet a-la-carte but also offer pairings with their mains. Thankfully, I opted for the 3-course Degustation Menu ($62++ per person). Swipe to see the mains I had! Take note the serving sizes are really small but it helps to balance out the desserts.

.. Feature :
馃挄The Taiwan Porridge Bento Box A.
路 聽Sliced聽Toman Fish with Black Bean Sauce
路 聽Fried聽Omelette with Silver Fish
路 聽Braised聽Pork Belly with Dark Soya Sauce
路 聽Stir-fried聽Broccoli with Garlic
路 聽Porridge .
馃挄The Taiwan Porridge Bento Box B.
路 聽Saut茅ed聽Prawns with Dried Chilli
路 聽Fried聽Omelette with Chye Poh
路 聽Mui聽Choy with Pork
路 聽Stir-fried聽Nai Bai with Garlic
路 聽Porridge..
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While from Min Jiang, Feature :
馃挄Deep聽Fried Yam Pastry with Chicken and Mushroom (3 pieces) from dim sum menu.
馃挵start from $6.2.
馃挄聽聽Fried聽Rice with Baby Abalones and Crab Meat.
The fried rice is my son favourite, its tasty and have a lot of baby Abalones.
馃挵start from $28.

Coffee Lounge, Min Jiang, The Deli, and Min Jiang at Dempsey are available for聽online delivery orders (minimum of $50 for delivery orders) and enjoy free聽delivery for orders of $95 and above *.
* terms and conditions apply

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The Taiwanese porridge in Coffee lounge at Goodwood Park in hotel is one such example. Their ala-carte buffet has been running for years, a testament to its quality. Look forward to delicious stir fry鈥檚 and sharing dishes that are made a la minute. My personal favourites are their seafood omelette and prawn paste chicken. Don鈥檛 forget to leave some room for dessert as well! Their bread and butter pudding is excellent.

The ala carte buffet is available at $39++ on weekdays for adults from Monday to Thursday and $42++ in Fridays to Sundays.

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Back in the day, the Coffee Lounge at the Goodwood Park Hotel was one of the most popular post-clubbing supper spots. Crowds would flock there from whichever party venue they were at because there was nothing like comforting a belly sloshing in alcohol with some steaming hot porridge and a spread of dishes.
I am very happy to announce that even after all this time, the quality of said porridge, which is actually known as the 鈥淭aiwan Porridge A La Carte Buffet鈥, is as superb as ever.
Once seated, you will be given a menu with over 30 dishes to pick from. All but three of them (they are the pricier seafood of pomfret and prawns) are unlimited in servings, so you have the freedom to repeat those you love.
The dishes I enjoyed a lot would be the fried pomfret (every part including fins and tail are edible as it鈥檚 fried till extremely crispness), 鈥渃hye por鈥 omelette (a little oily but who cares), crunchy baby squid coated in sweet oyster sauce, sambal kangkong, beansprouts with salted fish, 鈥渕ui choy鈥 with pork, chilled beancurd with Japanese soya sauce and pork floss, and the pork belly braised in dark soya sauce.
Honestly, there were many more dishes I was dying to try but since there were only two of us (I went with a foodie friend), and we didn鈥檛 want to waste food, we did our best to not let our eyes-bigger-than-stomach tendencies get the better.
What we both agreed was the unassuming porridge was the vital component in this meal. Without its perfectly cooked consistency anchoring the flavour assortment before us, I think the two of us wouldn鈥檛 have been sighing so blissfully as we tucked in.
Not that either of us had belly space left to do it justice but there鈥榮 a dessert spread included too. Comprising of local and Western styles that range from peranakan 鈥渒ueh kueh鈥 to Cantonese 鈥渢ong shui鈥, from warm bread and butter pudding to ice-cream, there is plenty of options for a sweet ending.

PRICES:

From Monday to Thursday: $39++聽per adult, $19.50++ per child.

From Friday to Sunday, and on the eve of and on Public Holidays: $42++聽per adult, $21++ per child鈥.鈥

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You design your own local food degustation menu here, meaning you get to choose your starter, mains and rice/noodles dishes in small tasting portions from a menu spanning Chinese, Malay, Indian to Peranakan signatures, including the most popular Singaporean fare. The meal will be accompanied by the lovely spread of D24 durian desserts, on top of the usual dessert buffet.
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This is launched in conjunction with the聽Durian Fiesta at Goodwood Park Hotel聽on 15 March. In addition to the signature local desserts, cakes and聽pastries, the dessert buffet spread聽at Coffee Lounge features nine D24 durian creations such as D24 Pandan Lapis Coconut Cake (new in 2019); D24 Mousse Cake; D24 Puff; D24 Oreo Cake; D24 Hazeln
ut Tart; D24 Chendol聽Pudding; D24 Custard Bun; D24 Pancake聽- prepared a la minute at a聽鈥榣ive鈥櫬爏tation; and a D24 Ice聽Cream.
馃敻
Their durian desserts excelled on two fronts - First, the quality of the durians; and second, how the pastry component complement our king of fruits. For this reason, maybe a compelling option for the local degustation is to opt for 3-course ($49.80), saving stomach space for more durian desserts. Then again, my additional course of laksa (pictured top right corner) was really good as well. What a dilemma.
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[Tasting]

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The moist pandan sponge cake comes with layers of D24 durian mousse, enveloped with cream frosting and coconut flakes.
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Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/03/durian-fiesta-2019-goodwood-park-hotel.html
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Coffee Lounge
Goodwood Park Hotel
22 Scotts Road
Singapore 228221
Tel: +65 67301746
Nearest MRT: Orchard (NS Line)

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