Established in 1896, the Bar & Billiard Room houses two original billiard tables from the turn of the century. A scrumptious international buffet is served for lunch and dinner on weekdays while a lavish Carving Champagne Brunch is offered on Sundays. Our guests can choose among Mediterranean-style appetizers & salads, fresh seafood & savory meat dishes as well as a selection of cheese and some tempting desserts. With a fine selection of wine, spirits, chocolates and Cuban cigars, it is no wonder the Bar & Billiard Room is also known as 'The Connoisseur's Haven'.
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Lives up to its price if you can afford it
Most people will probably be here for the buffet (and also probably because of the Feed at Raffles card). Like the name suggests, you can actually eat and play billiards (although you'll hardly anyone does the latter).
You can expect their standards to live up to what you paid for. In the food department, I personally recommend to mainly patronise the fresh seafood (namely the oysters) as I thought were fresh and the best item out of the rest. Every selection here is worth a try so be sure to choose your portions wisely!
The two snooker tables are actually more of a decoration in my opinion. I actually tried to play and felt that the tables and cues were poorly maintained and there isn't enough room to place your shots.
In conclusion, worth a visit if you have the money or a voucher for the buffet.