It is inevitable that festive seasons almoost always result in joyous feasting. To assuage the holiday assault waves of turkeys, ham and log cakes, a salad buffet does wonders to the body and soul.
So instead of being tempted by ramen, pizza and steak frites, I and the Hushie headed to Bistro 1855 for a Salad Buffet ($12.90). Available only during 11am to 3pm, it was a leisurely graze over lunch. After all, we were both on leave. Moohehe.
Enjoy an ample leafy selection of romaine lettuce, baby spinach, cherry tomatoes, broccoli, olives, meslcun leaves, hard-boiled eggs etc. A soup, which happened to be pumpkin before it was replenished with asparagus, and assorted breads were also part of the salad buffet spread.
If only they had a selection of cheeses! But I think for the price, I might just be greedy lah. Moohaha.
Add $5 to the salad buffet price to get a main course. I opted for the Pork Piccata which turned out to be kinda like a pork omelette (wish I had this with rice!) served with spaghetti in a tomato sauce.
And then it was time to catch The Hobbit! Ah, the simple thrills on being on leave and doing things which would have otherwise been impossible to do. :)
Suntec City Mall Tower 3
Tel: 6836 5994
Chew On This: With prices of wines and beers by the glass at just $7 each, a drink here is pretty tempting too. After all, it complements the salad buffet and doesn't count as meat ya? MOOHAHA.