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Food Picks: Breakfast buffet at a steal, Telok Ayer Arts Club, King's black sesame potong, The Cooperage

Alley On 25, Andaz Singapore
Alley On 25, Andaz SingaporePHOTO: ANDAZ SINGAPORE
King's new black sesame-flavoured potong
King's new black sesame-flavoured potongPHOTO: F&N CREAMERIES
Tomatoes and tofu at Telok Ayer Arts Club
Tomatoes and tofu at Telok Ayer Arts ClubPHOTO: TELOK AYER ARTS CLUB
Robust lobster bisque at The Cooperage
Robust lobster bisque at The CooperagePHOTO: THE COOPERAGE

Andaz Singapore has the perfect weekend breakfast buffet for those who want something a little easier on the pocket. Called the Lazy Breakfast, the buffet spread is smaller that most other luxury hotels', but there is more than enough variety to please the palate. Plus, you get a choice of one main course, too - all for $35.

The buffet section includes cut fruit, yogurt, hot crisp waffles, a good variety of viennoiserie such as Danishes and croissants, as well as bread with a selection of spreads from kaya to Vegemite. There are also cold cuts, smoked salmon, bacon, sausages and an Asian station with noodles and pau.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on September 07, 2018, with the headline 'Food Picks'. Print Edition | Subscribe