26th February 17 was a special day cos I was going to see Jacky Cheung’s A Classic Tour at Singapore Indoor Stadium and Joyce suggested why not we go for a high tea first before the concert and she made a reservation via Chope.
I was early for our reserved time at 3pm but the wait staff promptly showed me in to our reserved table. The Lounge was quiet and I liked it that the tables were set far apart enough that you won’t hear the conversation from the next table.
Included in the buffet is a choice of one Gin and Tonic and unlimited choice of tea and coffee. As Joyce was not here yet I started off with an Earl Grey.
Feeling hungry, I started on the food options. While the spread is not as huge as buffet goes but I feel the quality was not bad. I really like the smoked duck couscous salad.
Fresh oysters, mussels and prawns were offered and oysters ran out super fast and I think as there were not a lot of customers, they did not replenish so I guess I was lucky that I managed to get 3 pieces.
The cooked food like fried rice and stir fry beef were so so but I like the kueh Pie Tee. The shell was crispy and do not have the oil taste.
The scones were served and not available via the buffet table so do be sure look out for them. I asked for both cream cheese and clotted cream to go along with the scones. Surprisingly, l like the cream cheese better.
I selected the Ransom Old Tom and the wait staff poured my tonic for me and it’s pretty nice so do make your choice to get one of it since it’s factored into the cost.
The desserts here are definitely quality esp the raved Chocolate Royal Hazelnut Crunch cake which is Conrad’s Signature cake. It tastes just like Roche chocolate!
The cost was at $38++ per pax which I feel was value for money so I think it’s worth it to go again and enjoy a leisurely afternoon in a lovely posh setting.