Colony Restaurant in Ritz Carlton is elegantly furnished, presenting a posh and luxurious dining experience for all it’s customers. Additionally, accompanied with a nice view of the lush greenery. Not only was the ambiance welcoming and relaxing, the food variety for the champagne brunch buffet at Ritz Carlton’s Colony Restaurant was amazingly huge and alluring; and all of superior quality. The champagne brunch buffet price per pax was $192++, inclusive of unlimited Champagne Barons de Rothschild Reserve Ritz Millesime 2010, Champagne Barons de Rothschild Reserve Ritz Rose NV, selected cocktails/mocktails, juices, house pours red/wine, draft beers, coffee/tea and soft drinks. With that! Let us let the pictures do the talking!
3 varieties of Oysters originating from France freshly shucked upon your request!
Seafood on ice includes Alaskan King Crab, Lobster claw, Snow Crab, Poached Live Prawn, clams etc.
Here comes the sushi and sashimi selection!
One of the live cooking sections! Look at the Lobster Egg Benedict! You’ll be surprise from the effort and passion the chefs put into each and every of their dish. Most will just go after the lobster tail atop the egg benedict, but truth to be told, the 68degrees poached egg and brioche toast was done to perfection. You really don’t mind slurping the whole dish down if you have that additional stomach space to spare.
The Charcuterie section.
Canapes and lightly blanched veggies selection.
Moving on to the Western Carvings, Grill & Rotisserie – suckling pig, variety of roasts etc.
Look at how big and juicy the cheese baked lobsters are!
Selection of satay, tandoori chicken etc.
Steam Cod fish with Black bean Crumble. Sweet and tender.
Crispy noodle with crabmeat. Slightly a tad too dry given that it was a little starchy by nature and out on the shelves for long, kind of make it inevitable.
The Wok selections!
One of the other live cooking section which include the local delight – Laksa!
& their double boiled black chicken soup tasted so herbal and nourishing
the Indian selections!
Hongkong dim sum for you?
One of my favorite live cooking sections – Flamble foie gras! The foie gras is amazingly good. It literally melts in your mouth! Good stuff not to be missed!
Remember to save some of your stomach space for desserts, the selection of appetizer and mains are large enough to keep you satisfied but the sweet endings are what end your meal on a perfect note. The desserts galore will keep you in awe.
Look at those small and dainty crafted patisseries!
All time favorite chocolate fondue!
Another live cooking section under the desserts corner – Crepe & Molten Lava Cake.
Adding a local twist to the buffet line with these colorful nonya kuehs.
Free flow juices
Vodka base Singapore Sling that was beautifully created.
They actually prepared a small little cake for my birthday! A very sweet and nice gesture of them. To be honest, it’s probably one and only buffet which i am unable to try every single item off the buffet line as the selection is really huge. Also, for most buffet line, there’s always a hit and miss but Colony’s buffet line is nothing short of just praises. Really enjoyed every single dish there. Of course the price is on the higher end, but it’s really highly recommended for the variety and quality! Trust me, it will not disappoint you! People who know me will usually know that i will seldom go back to the same place twice, as there’s just too many new restaurants out there for me to try. Yet, I actually don’t mind going back again! Just show how good they really are!