Mosaic Cafe is back with the “Truly Singapore Flavors” Seafood Buffet


The Carlton Hotel’s all-day dining restaurant, Cafe Mosaic, is reopening with a brand new ‘Truly Singapore Flavors’ seafood buffet.


Seafood lovers can feast on a gastronomic journey of the freshest seafood at the all-you-can-eat seafood buffet, available Friday through Sunday. Led by Executive Chef Lee Hwee Yaw, the refreshed buffet experience features Singapore’s best-loved local dishes, seafood on ice, sashimi platters, international dishes, live interactive stations and a visual spectacle of desserts.


Start the buffet with an appetizing seafood platter that tempts with freshly shucked oysters, king crab legs, black mussels and poached prawns at the start of the buffet. We love fresh, meaty oysters. I gulped it down and was greeted with an explosion of sweetness and a distinct taste of the sea. I won’t tell you how many oysters I ate. Too much, just too much.

Other appetizers include assorted California maki, melon and shrimp salad with Goma dressing, spicy seafood salad with glass noodles, and fish salad in spicy jelly strips.




Indulge in a seafood dinner extravaganza with a wide variety of fresh seafood prepared in a variety of cooking methods to showcase the versatility and natural flavors of these ocean gems. You can expect unlimited servings of mouth-watering dishes with local flavors. Highlights include fried fish with mala sauce, wok fried shrimp with bell pepper and leek, scallops with soy and garlic flakes, fried fish with oat cereal.

A family favorite, crawfish with salted eggs is about to be one of the most popular dishes. If you crave fresh crayfish in a creamy sauce, this is for you! We like that they’re quite generous with the gooey, bright yellow salted egg sauce. The team also sprinkled the crayfish with curry leaves for an extra splash of flavor. If you prefer something classic, the Singapore Chili Crawfish is not to be missed.






It’s not just seafood! You can also enjoy a range of meat dishes at the buffet. Some must-haves include herb chicken, marmite pork ribs, grilled pork skewers, wok-fried teriyaki pork belly and more. Carving station includes slow-roasted pepper-crusted OP beef and savory oven-roasted leg of lamb with herbs. Diners can also look forward to local dishes such as Singapore Rojak, Gado Gado and Mee Siam.

Noodle fans will be delighted to hear that Cafe Mosaic’s famous Live Noodle Bar has also made a comeback. Expect bowls of slurp-a-licious Asian dishes such as the Singapore Laksa! The laksa sauce rocked a beautiful vibrant orange. Imagine the noodles and taupok that have sufficiently absorbed the thick, slightly spicy sauce that carries a strong flavor of dried shrimp. So good!




End the meal on a high with sweets freshly prepared from the hotel’s patisserie kitchen. Bite your teeth into Red Velvet Cake, Chocolate Ganache, Cheesecake, Swiss Roll, Banana Cake and more!

The Truly Singapore Flavors Seafood Buffet is available from May 6, 2022, for dinner on Fridays and Saturdays and lunch on Sundays, priced at S$118++ per adult and S$38++ per child (6 at the age of 12).


Born into a family of enthusiastic foodies, Maureen has always loved all things culinary, especially local cuisine here in Singapore. Lifelong fascinated by the fast-evolving culinary scene in Singapore, she started this website in 2007 to explore and celebrate all types of local Singapore dishes and to share her love of travel and food with the world. With 4 years of experience as a journalist and producer, she has a wealth of experience in food writing, photography and styling.


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