Triple Three Hot
Named after the address of the hotel – 333 Orchard Road, Triple Three showcases a sumptuous international buffet spread with over 128 culinary delights and 10 LIVE cooking stations. In addition to fresh Sashimi and Sushi, Tempura and Teppanyaki specials, Triple Three prides itself on having a premium Roast section featuring succulent Roast Prime Rib of Beef, slow-roasted Australian Rib-eye of Wagyu Beef, seafood on ice, Asian wok-fried favourites, piquant Indian dishes and mouth-watering desserts.
Celebrate Sundays at Triple Three as their Master Chefs come together and present their signature bestsellers and free flow of champagne for brunch. From Chef Martin Braecker’s seafood specialties to Chef Sunny Kong’s Peking Duck, have the world on your platter together with freshly-shucked oysters, made-to-order pasta and your choice of steak, grilled just the way you like it.
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I had my oysters worth.
I had a Christmas dinner here and I thought the food was pretty good for $70. Not being a buffet person but a typical singaporean, I wanted to make my $70 worth and so the best way was to 'attack' the pacific oysters i guess? I probably exceeded the daily dosage but never mind, nothing happened to me after that anyway. The rest of the spread is of a good standard for buffet line but to me, what stands out was their sushi. I remember having a sushi which tasted exactly like chicken rice. Very special and innovative indeed. Their dessert spread, especially the huge raw tubs of ice creams was marvellous.
Ambience wise, the dim atmosphere is perfect for couples on dates. Looking out from the restaurant is a view of the swimming pool where its water glitters in the moonlight adding romance in the air. You can request the trio singers to come to your table to play a song to charm your date too :)
Worth it if your credit card has one-for-one promotion
There was a time when one of my credit cards offered a one-for-one buffet promotion for weekday lunch. I thought the offer was a good one so I went with my wife.
The restaurant was located in Mandarin Orchard so you can park at Mandarin Orchard. There is no complimentary parking even if you dine at their restaurants so be prepared to pay a high parking fees.
The buffet came with a wide selection of food, as usual, my wife targeted the salmon sashimi, it was a bit troublesome getting the sashimi because there was a chef cutting the fish for you so if you went there too many times, you would be afraid that the chef can recognise you. I was a bit thick skinned when it came to buffet and I went back for sashimi at least five times and I felt that each time, the chef gave me lesser. May be I had exceeded the unwritten quota.
Make sure you starve yourself before booking a slot here!
Make sure you come with a super hungry tummy when you make a reservation at Triple Three. Not only is it super ex but the food range is superb. You are more likely to feel full by the time you hit the second counter because every dish is just so good. They have local, western, asian, and an abundance of everything. I cannot even begin to describe how good the food is and how awesome that they have a cooked food station.
The Chefs are also very friendly and chit chat with you as you are queueing for the food. Also their Sashimi and seafood are top class. Super fresh and you can just eat slice after slice. :D One word to describe this experience? A resounding BURP! :)
Overpriced, mediocre food
The spread is massive but everything is really just mediocre, and not worth what we paid, even though we used a Groupon. It was originally about a hundred per head for dinner, so imagine how much less value for money our dining experience would be had we not gotten any discount.
Some of the desserts were good but ultimately forgettable, and so was the sushi section. The chilli crab was nothing to rave about, and we found it too sweet. We did like the soba and a few items at the live cooking station and the roast meat in the Chinese section but that was about all.
Expensive but good food.
This place is one of the most expensive buffets I've been to but it's one of the best places I've ever been to. I really like how they have a counter to make roti prata and a special Japanese one. There is a designated chef who will be standing at the counter, ready to serve you sashimi at your request. This place is really popular and crowded during dinner, so food tends to run out really fast.
I really like their cooked food the most, and their cooked cod fish is heavenly!! You can have almost everything here- nasi lemak, pasta! Desert is however, the usual standard that you can find at most buffets. Fruits, ice cream and cakes are available. However, I don't find their cakes very yummy and usually skip them.
But this is a place that you can consider going if you are ever in town and in the mood to splurge on good food!
I truly enjoy Thriple Three's dinner buffet! When I walked into the restaurant, I was greeted with an elegantly designed restaurant, it was dimly lit and there was a lot of black furniture, it made it look very sheek and classy! The food was fabulous as well. I particularly liked the teppanyaki counter and the pasta counter. The cheese platter was enjoyable as well! Although the teppanyaki counter only served beef, prawns and tao gay it was simply delicious. The ingredients were very fresh and cooked to perfection! The pasta counter allowed you to choose your own ingredients to cook the pasta, and each and every ingredient was also very fresh! The sauces used to cook the pasta were very flavorful! They had a wide variety of food also, ranging from seafood to desserts. A buffet definitely worth the price.
Thanks to a Groupon deal, my family and I had the luck to visit this high-end buffet restaurant recently at half the original price.
I was firstly very impressed by the staff handling their reservations via phone/email. They provide not detached professionalism, but instead friendly yet polite service. During the meal itself, the waitress who served us was full of smiles and efficient yet thoughtful so much so that I couldn't not commend her in the feedback form.
The food unfortunately did not suit my family's palate, as there were many strong-flavoured dishes such as those which are smoked or fried. Thankfully, their salmon sashimi was excellent. It was fresh, well-cut, and most importantly consistently topped-up, so we ate multiple portions of it easily. The roasted duck was crisp on the surface (skin) and juicy on the inside (meat), so I recommend that as well.
They serve quality ice-cream with many toppings to choose from. My personal favourites were the strawberry/green tea flavours, and the lime sorbet. I wouldn't try the tiramisu cup nor bread pudding again though.
Lastly, I wish that they'd include a wider selection of drinks, as they only serve hot beverages (the coffee's really aromatic though) and iced/warm water.