Oasis

25 Wishlisted
~$68/pax
Set amidst lush greenery in tranquil surroundings, all-day dining poolside restaurant Oasis presents an a la carte selection of homely options , daily BBQ buffet dinner prepared a la minute on the open charcoal-fired grills, and a private poolside BBQ party experience for 10-20 pax complete with a personal chef and free-flowing drinks. - Daily BBQ Dinner and Poolside BBQ Party Pricing - SGD 88.00++ per adult with free flow of prosecco, beers, red and white wines, margaritas and soft drinks - SGD 68.00++ per adult with free flow soft drinks - SGD 48.00++ per child (ages 7 to 12) with free flow soft drinks

10 Scotts Road
Level 5 Grand Hyatt Singapore Terrace Wing
Singapore 228211

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Sunday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Monday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Not gonna lie, @oasis_sg post-lockdown BBQ buffet dinner was pretty disappointing. At $88++ per head for the free flow booze & buffet, it’s a hefty investment that didn’t quite pay off for me. Served à la carte style course by course, the first round was the sustainable seafood on ice, which featured a modest duo of poached prawns & rock oysters. Yep, that was it for the seafood appetisers. While the oysters & prawns were acceptably appetising, the selection left much to be desired.⠀

Next came the absolutely addictive grilled ciabatta bread that had been lavishly lathered with a glorious garlic herb butter, alongside a trio of caesar salad, kale tabbouleh salad, and an Asian slaw. And finally, for the meat of the matter, the wood fired BBQ sharing platter was built upon some barbecued beef rump steak, Aussie lamb, chicken thigh, barramundi, and some chorizo sausage.⠀

Rump steak is one of the cheaper cuts of meat, which is why I was taken aback when I realised what cut of steak it was. Normally a tougher cut like rump would be slow cooked instead of being grilled, and it came at medium doneness. It was a little too chewy & dry. The lamb, on the other hand, fared a whole lot better. The gaminess was fairly well mitigated, and the meat was considerably juicer than the steak.⠀

The barramundi was a tad dry in certain spots, but the smokiness of the wood was thoroughly infused into the fish, giving it a delicious smokiness. The chicken, while superbly smoky, was lacking in any discernible Thai flavours from its advertised Thai marinade. As always, sausage always satisfies, and the chorizo definitely delighted with its sensational spiciness & sapidity.⠀

If the buffet was sorely lacking in variety, then why do I refuse to consider it a complete write off? Simple. The stellar service staff were always close by to ensure that your wine glass was always topped off, or to serve you more food. They really turned on the charm with their jovial, amicable attitudes, always ready to engage in a little banter as they attended to your whims. Secondly, free flow booze. Free flow wine, Prosecco & frozen margaritas? Sold.⠀

Well, it ain’t all doom & gloom.

Beyond Sausage (S$8)
Using @beyondmeatsg hot dog 🌭, house made vegan bun, dill pickled Japanese cucumber 🥒, onion, tarragon mustard, and ketchup.
Available at @grandhyattsing X @The_Vegan_FnB food truck during @earthfestsg in @marinabaysg on 20 Jan 2019.
The texture was not bad, although I seem to prefer the minced pickles more. Didn’t taste like the usual Chinese style mock meat which I don’t like.

That said, this JUST Egg Sandwich ($18++), which is part of Grand Hyatt's commiment towards sustainability, green living and vegan friendliness, manages to work in favour of my tastebuds. Essentially a mung bean patty with tomato jam, avocado purée, vegan cheese and alfafa sprouts sandwiched between corn buns, I really was expecting not to like it (mainly coz alfafa) but hey, this definitely took me by surprise based on how much I actually enjoyed this! While the mung bean patty hardly resembles a meat patty (to me), it does not have a very strong flavour and thus goes harmoniously with the other components in terms of overall taste.

In summary, if you are keen on trying vegan food for the first time, this might be a good introductory item for you. I can't judge how good this is as a vegan dish, but it definitely did leave me rather impressed. 👍🏻 Thank you @grandhyattsing for the burger and experience, and @gnohznaij for the invite! 🙏🏻

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JUST Egg 🥚 Sandwich 🥪 is made with a specially-prepared JUST Egg 🥚 patty, tucked in between a freshly-baked homemade corn 🌽 bun, dairy 🥛-free cheddar cheese 🧀, avocado 🥑 puree, and topped with a tomato 🍅 jam and sold at an introductory price of S$5 Nett.
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Texture like the real thing but seems like didn’t have the real eggy taste.
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JUST @justforall Egg Food Truck Experience
1 Nov - 3 Nov 2018
12pm - 9pm
Front Driveway, Grand Hyatt Singapore 🇸🇬 @GrandHyattSing
10 Scotts Road, Singapore 🇸🇬 228 211

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I don’t mean I will crave for vegan ice cream from now, but it tasted just like any other good ice cream and it was in fact hard to tell the difference between normal ice cream and what I had! the ginger was one also interesting; puts me another step forward in my quest to hunt for chai flavoured ice cream! you may buy me normal ice cream and also vegan ice cream now.

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JUST egg patty, dairy-free cheddar cheese, alfalfa sprouts, avocado puree, tomato jam, corn bun

Made from mung beans, the cholesterol-free and antibiotic-free JUST Egg has been created by San Francisco-based food innovator JUST Inc. to scramble and taste just like eggs.
Interesting and really good... the patty texture and taste is quite similar to frittata. Would love to try it in scramble style.

JUST Egg Food Truck Experience
1-3 Nov 2018, 12:00 to 21:00
Front Driveway, Grand Hyatt Singapore

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