The service at Lime Restaurant was delightful.
Considering the spread of food, bottomless coffee and tea, and the classy ambience, the price is immensely worth paying for.
Food at Lime Restaurant is varied, and the ala-carte buffet includes Western influences from American, British, French, and Italian cuisines, as well as Asian influences from Japanese, Chinese, Indian, Thai, Malaysian, and Singaporean cuisines.
The Honey Cilantro Lime Baked Salmon was another favourite. The Salmon Skin remained crispy while the flesh remained fork tender.
So, are you ready for Christmas? See you at Lime Restaurant this December!
Overall, the food here is ok amidst a lovely ambience with space for large gatherings.
If you enjoy the thrill of the grill, head outside to the alfresco BBQ corner where you will witness the freshest lobsters grilled to perfection.
This is where you can find lobsters cooked in various different ways… from au natural chilled, wok-fried, grilled to local renditions such as Lobster Laksa, all at a single place.
If you are looking for a buffet restaurant for the Lunar New Year festivities, this Royal Reunion special at LIME Restaurant includes COMPLIMENTARY treats of Prosperity Yu Sheng (for buffet lunch and dinner) and Buddha Jump over the Wall (for buffet dinner).
My favourite has to be the Braised Fish Fillet in Traditional Five Spice Soya Sauce. I loved that layer of crispy fish skin that cracked apart with a loud crunch right before I sunk my teeth into the succulent white fish.