|Kwee Zeen @ Sofitel Singapore Sentosa|
Sofitel Singapore Sentosa is one of the resorts located on Sentosa Island. Blending intricate French design with Singapore's colonial heritage plus the panoramic view of South China Sea, you can look forward to memorable stay in this resort.
|Pool View from Outdoor Seating|
Kwee Zeen is one of the four dining choices in Sofitel Sentosa Singapore. It focuses on pan-Asian specialities and classic French cuisine. Kwee Zeen opens 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. From Monday to Wednesday, it is ala carte. Thursday is ala carte plus the option of Cheese Rendezvous. Friday to Sunday will feature the French Rotisserie Buffet.
|Traditional Coffee Machine|
Check out the video below for the highlights of the French Rotisserie Buffet.
The Roasts are definitely the star of the buffet. On that evening, The Rotisserie offered roast beef, roast pork and roast chicken. The roast chicken is a must-try. Tender, succulent with meat that falls off the bones. The seasoning is just right. It was so good, every time the chef carves a new bird, it was gone in a jiffy.
The roast beef and roast pork use the leaner part of the animal. The roast beef is roasted to medium rare, meaty, juicy and goes well with the gravy. While the roast pork loin was a bit dry, making it difficult to chew.
Oysters, Cold Seafood, Sashimi and Sushi. Kwee Zeen focuses on serving quality seafood instead of quantity. The Irish oysters, known for its fresh brainy nature will ignite your appetite. Coming second is their chilled prawns, you can't get it any fresher unless you caught it from the sea yourself.
The cooked dishes are divided into 2 sections, indoor and outdoor. The indoor selection focus on the western side. My personal pick is their Truffle Macaroni Pasta Gratin, which more like my comfort food and suitable companions for the roast.
The outdoor sections offered Local dishes, Chinese cuisine plus Indian Cuisine as well. We tried the laksa in their DIY noodle section. The broth is spicy, filled with spices, but somehow missing the Omph!! We find the laksa soup was slightly toned down to meet the International palate. The prata and curry more suitable for breakfast offerings instead of dinner. I wish they went with something more daring such as Biryani and other more popular Indian dishes.
Bread, Cheese and Cold Cuts are something that I will normally skip in a buffet, but it seems there are invisible strings that pull me to try them. The bread is freshly baked, provided a simple pairing with butter and cold cuts. The Grissini make a good nibble to accompany the cheese.
|Part of Cheese Station|
You must definitely save some space for desserts. Chocolate pudding with vanilla ice cream get my two thumbs up. Hopefully you also get the Artisan Chocolates, made in-house by the chocolatier cum pastry chef here. They are just gorgeous.
The décor of Kwee Zeen is definitely classy and grand. The high ceilings, wide windows and rich colours make the restaurant create a vibrant atmosphere in the restaurant.
Overall, French Rotisserie Buffet Nights definitely look promising. The spread is good considering the crowd and location. The French cuisine dishes remain their strong point. Expect some tweaking to be done in the menu to make it more yummier. Cheers!!
French Rotisserie Buffet Nights
When: Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday Evening.
Time: 18.00 – 21.30
Price: $68++ for Adult, $34++ for Child (Aged 5 to 11)
Online reservation available at HungryGoWhere or just click here.
Thank you very much to HungryGoWhere and Kwee Zeen Team for the tasting invitation.
Food & Drink: 7.25/10
Service: N/A (Tasting Invitation)
Budget per Person: $51 - $80.
2 Bukit Manis Road
Sofitel Singapore Sentosa
T: +65 6884 6884 (for Reservation)
+65 6708 8310 (for enquiries)
Breakfast: Mon – Fri, 6.30 – 10.30
Breakfast: Sat & Sun, 6.30 – 11.00
Lunch: Mon – Sat, 12.00 – 14.30
Magnificent Sunday Champagne Brunch: 12.30 – 15.30
Dinner: Daily 18.00 – 21.30
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