Went for the Sunday Brunch - 11 am to 3 pm - on New Years' Day. It is expensive, but if you come with a healthy appetite you will get your money's worth. With crab legs, giant prawns, fresh oysters, rock lobsters, prime rib, roast duck, sashimi, roast ham, an Indian food station, a Chinese food station with dim sum, noodles, duck delicacies, salads, gourmet cheeses, and fresh breads. Then there is the dessert station - a wide assortment of cakes, parfets, candies, a melted chocolate buffet to pour over fresh berries and fruits, and much more. The attached photos don't do it justice but it was very good.
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