Review The Best Champagne Brunch in Singapore 2023 Opus Bar & Grill at voco Orchard Singapore

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If you are looking for a lavish and indulgent brunch buffet, you might want to check out Opus Bar & Grill at voco Orchard Singapore. The restaurant is known for its premium steaks and seafood grilled over white-hot coals, but on Sundays, it transforms into a buffet paradise with a wide array of cuisines and dishes to choose from.
The buffet is priced at $118++ for the food package, $59++ per child (ages 6 to 12), $148++ for the Prosecco package with Prosecco, Wines, Beers, Do-it-yourself Mojito and Bloody Mary bar, Still & sparkling water, soft drinks, coffee & tea, and $178++ for the champagne package with free-flow Laurent-Perrier Champagne, Rosé Champagne, Red, white & Rosé wines, Beers, Do-it-yourself Mojito and Bloody Mary bar, Still & sparkling water, soft drinks, coffee & tea
The highlight of the buffet is the seafood section, where you can feast on over nine types of fresh and succulent seafood, such as lobster, Fine de Claire & NZ oysters, scallops, snow crab legs, tiger prawns, Canadian black mussels and Japanese clams. The oysters are freshly shucked on the spot and are plump and briny. The lobster is sweet and tender, while the scallops are juicy. Next to it is the JAPANESE CORNER, with dishes like Sashimi moriawase, Salmon, tuna & Hokkigai sashimi, Varieties of sushi & maki roll, Cold soba noodles with condiments, Wasabi, shoyu, pickled ginger, assorted Japanese pickles
Another highlight is the live grill station, where you can watch the chef prepare your meats over huge flames. You can choose from slow-roasted Australian prime ribs. The prime ribs are especially impressive, with a crusty exterior and a pink and moist interior. The Grill stations offer meats like Slow-roasted Australian prime ribs, Grilled lamb rack, pico de Gallo, Thai marinated chicken thigh, spicy sauce, Grilled beef tongue, BBQ sauce, Teriyaki squid, sesame, spring onion, Locally caught whole fish, Red wine sauce, green peppercorn sauce, béarnaise. We especially love the grilled local whole fish which are the red snapper and pomfret on that day. They are so fresh and you cannot get this from any buffet in Singapore. We highly recommend you order the whole fish here.
If you are in the mood for some international flavours, you can also explore the French corner, the Italian pasta and pizza station, the cheese corner and the Asian section. The French corner offers dishes like Sauteed mushroom, spinach, Comté cheese, Pork pancetta, Comté cheese, egg, Smoked salmon, spinach, sour cream, Pan seared foie gras, Joue de boeuf bourguignon, Cuisse de canard confite, Seafood bouillabaisse, Ratatouille and Escargot. The foie gras is rich and creamy, while the escargot is garlicky and buttery. The Italian station has dishes like pasta and pizza. The cheese corner has a variety of European cheeses to pair with crackers, bread and fruits.
The Asian section has dishes like Silver fish fried rice, XO sauce, seafood, tobiko, Kam Heong crab, Crispy chicken, plum sauce, fish skin, Sweet & sour Iberico Secreto, Suan Cai fish, Braised top shell, medley vegetable, truffle, Old cucumber pork ribs soup with dried mussels. LIVE STATION includes Wok-fried XO seafood carrot cake and laksa. The crab dishes are spicy and tangy, while the laksa is fragrant and coconutty. The Herbal cordyceps noodle soup are springy and savoury, while the XO Carrot cake is crispy on the outside and moist on the inside.
Finally, don’t forget to save some room for dessert. The dessert section has a tempting array of cakes, macarons, pastries, ice cream and fruits. Some of the standout desserts are the American cheesecake and the blueberry cheesecake from D9 Cakery. They are smooth and decadent, with a crumbly base and a fruity topping.
Some of the highlights include:
Mara de bois creamuex, raspberry marmalade
American 64% dark chocolate cake
Exotic gateau
Zesty orange bavarian mousse
Pistachio financiers
Red velvet cupcakes
Coffee gateau
Marble butter cake
Classic cheesecake
Raspberry hazelnut shortcrust
Rose lychee tart
Honey pecan nut tart
Overall, Opus Bar & Grill Sunday Brunch Buffet is a feast for the senses. It offers a great variety of quality dishes that will satisfy any palate. The service is attentive and friendly, while the ambience is cosy and elegant. It is definitely worth a visit if you want to treat yourself to a memorable brunch experience.
You can book a table here.

IHG One Rewards has launched an exciting two-month-long dining promotion – Eat Out with IHG Hotels & Resorts – featuring exclusive offers at 19 participating IHG restaurants and bars in Singapore, including Opus Bar & Grill. IHG One Rewards members can enjoy limited-time menus, along with additional dining rewards from 1 May to 30 June 2023, without the need to be a hotel guest.

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