Hot! 5 Must-try Dishes at Conrad Centennial Singapore Oscar’s Aroy Thai Buffet

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CONTENT: Michelle Ng

Thailand is popular weekend getaway for Singaporeans because of their delicious food with rich and diverse flavours. This year, Conrad Centennial Singapore brings an authentic Thai gastronomy experience to Oscar’s Buffet Restaurant, where diners will be able to feast on traditional Thai dishes and exquisite creations featuring the diverse flavors from Thailand.

Under the guidance of Chef Chukiat Subsombut from Conrad Bangkok, the menu is carefully curated to mentally transport us to the Land Of The Smiles as we glimpsed dishes like Tom Yum Soup, Green Curry with Beef and Pad Thai.

If you still need a bit more convincing, here’s our 5  favourite dishes that made us go aroy mak mak as we headed back for another portion.

Chef Chukiat Subsombut

1. Som Tam Station – We loved how we can customize the spiciness of our own green papaya salad. As the salad is mixed in front of you, pick plenty of extra toppings like Goong Thod Suace Mang (prawn), Larb Moo (pork), and Nam Tok Nua (beef) to make it an extra-indulgent starter for your meal!

2. Charcoal Barbecue (Gai Yang Jim Jaew / Nua Yang Jim Jaew) – The barbecue section is hidden on the outside of the restaurant, with meaty cuts grilled to perfection over a charcoal fire. The marinated beef is spicy yet tender to the bite, and the marinate chicken was juicy and thick, with a crispy skin that crackled on every bite.

3. Thai Omelette Station – Reminiscent of the egg station at a breakfast buffet, select from toppings like prawn, basil leaves, minced pork, and spicy chillies to go into a fluffy egg omelette. Add a dollop of chili or tomato sauce, and it’s exactly like those off a street cart in Bangkok.

4. Pad Thai Goong – Go crazy on the crushed peanuts and chilli powder on the Pad Thai Goong, which is made with a homemade Pad Thai sauce created by culinary expert and Thai food guru Ms Srisamorn Kongpan. Srisamorn was trained Royal Kitchen of the Grand Palace Bangkok and is very famous for her traditional Thai recipes, meaning that this Pad Thai is fit for royalty.

5. Lemongrass and Kaffir Lime Financier – The little pastry was surprisingly fragrant and flowery whilst still buttery and soft. The lemongrass and kaffir lime spices are often used to flavour dishes can be quite overpowering, but the financier was very well-balanced.

Pumpkin Coconut Milk

Wash the meal down with lemongrass tea or green milk tea, quintessential Thai beverages, and don’t forget to leave some space for desserts. Savour some Sweet Taro with Coconut Milk, or try Chef’s creations of popular desserts – Mango Sticky Rice Mousse Cake with an interesting texture and an addictive Thai Tea Éclair.

Other than the Thai dishes, the buffet also includes highlights from Oscar’s regular buffet menu so you can still get a taste of their Signature Seafood Laksa or Squid Ink Pasta with Shrimp and Cherry Tomato as part of your feast.

Conrad Centennial Singapore’s Aroy Thai Buffet at Oscar’s is only available for dinner from 13 March 2023 to 7 April 2023. Prices start from S$85++ per person on Monday – Tuesday, and from S$95++ on Wednesday – Sunday.

Reservation can be made Online or call (+65) 6432 7481 / 7357 or email

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