Opening Hours: 6.30am - 9.30pm
- Disabled Access
- Free Wi-Fi
- Alfresco Dining
About Kwee Zeen
Kwee Zeen presents an interactive dining experience, whisking you on a culinary journey around the world with a sumptuous assortment of Pan-Asian specialties and classic French fare. Enjoy Sundays as they should be with our Magnifique Sunday Champagne Brunch with an unbeatable selection of 16 different culinary ateliers including Live Seafood, Gallery of Foie Gras, a delightful array of handcrafted Truffles from Chocolaterie and more! The luxurious restaurant is helmed by Executive Chef Eric Crochetière who brings 26 years of valuable culinary experience to the table.
The Mega Easter Brunch was a superb experience. We had so much fund with good food and the atmosphere was brilliant. Especially a thank you to Ms Julien who served us and made the experience special. Definitely wish to come back.
Arrive very less staff working and apparently not attended to at all. Service was really poor but due to bigger space is impossible to get any attention on waiter or or waitress. Furthermore they don’t seems attentive at all serving us boiling water rather than warm water requested. Due to no service we had 3 waiter asking us what to order repeated same menu to them. Seems no communication among them as well. Everyone seems doing their own thing including the reservation team. Mixing up all orders and names as well. Dining experience are not good at all.
My family of 4 and another group of 4 (total 8) went for the Easter Megabrunch at Kwee Zeen last 4th April 2021. Food was really good and there was a lot for everyone. We had the free flow champagne but it took the staff really long to come back and do the refill we didnt feel we actually had the free flow because we kept asking the staff to come over to refill our glasses. Atmosphere was good, tables are far apart and following good social distancing but the light on our area kept turning off and on. Was disappointed by the fact that there was only a single Jellycat bunny on our table, a table for 8 with 2 paying children. if a single table with 2 adults and no child (beside us) had one Jellycat, our table should have had more than one. Same sentiments from people i know that also attended the megabrunch. The other things we were disappointed about was the seemingly disorganized egg painting and egg hunting. There was no mention of it until we saw the children of other tables running to the area where the egg hunt will be held. There were too few eggs and there were too many children. i dont think it would have cost much to get a few more eggs on the ground. It really wasnt a proper egg hunt in my opinion. The egg painting location was not so clear. An event paper was printed on the table, where the map of the hotel wasnt readable and when the servers took our plate after the first course they also took the paper away. Lastly, I did call a day before to inquire regarding the egg hunt. I inquired if we are to bring our own baskets or will it be provided. The receptionist stated she is going to pass me to the F&B personel and they will give me a call back to answer my inquiry. I never did. I must really commend the few staff who sang Happy Birthday to me and brought a slice of chocolate cake on our table. That was really nice.
The menu is now very limited, which was disappointing. The naan was very dry but the curries were nice. I wont go back.
Went there for Easter Brunch. As it was COVID, we are understanding there is no buffet counter. We arrived at 11:30 for registration, and one of the firsts. Food did not start coming until 12:20pm, and this was after having to prompt the staff. Note, guests who arrived much later and seated inside were being served first. Service was poor, and our server did what she could. A number of staff seemed like they were co-opted from outside or some other department. The whole thing was quite disorganized, and surprising as this would be equivalent to a large wedding dinner and you would think the hotel/restaurant are equipped and experience to handle. As for the food, seafood was good except for the crab legs which seemed frozen-thawed, and thus very overbrined. There was too much food. Dessert platter wasn't great, had many bread-y type of cakes, no ice cream. In fact a lot of food went to wastage, given it was overserved. Lastly, no one informed us about the Easter egg hunt, so we felt underserved relative to the foreigners. It wasn't so "Magnifque" a brunch. We didn't have "Gallery of Foie Gras, a delightful array of handcrafted Truffles from Chocolaterie and more". The experience makes us question the Sofitel Sentosa as a staycation destination.
We truly enjoyed the Easter Brunch! It was such a lovely atmosphere and decorated with love! We will be back!
We went for the mega easter brunch which includes seafood bucket in a 5 course meal. The seafood in the bucket had been sitting out for a while before it came to us; evident by oysters which had shrunken and not plump, also tasted off, king crab, lobster and shrimp were not of good quality either which was disappointing given that was what drew us to this brunch. We asked for oysters refill and this round was more plump (not shrunken), taste was so so. It was $125 for early bird per pax sans booze. They put us outdoor patio which had a nice view over the pool but when we told them about the birds squawking above, nothing was done.Service was subpar, staff were nice enough but slow for water refills and attention. When asked if we can use the sofitel as part of the brunch special we were told to walk to the pool staff who said it wasn’t included so it’s clear there is lack of comms in house. Would not recommend. So many more worthwhile brunches for this price.
Food was nice but service staff were mainly part-timers. Though they were trying their best, many were unsure of their knowledge and service level. Breakfast service was better than lunch service.
Service is alittle slow. Will be good if serving of food can be faster.
Excellent service and food quality.
Was surprised that the kitchen did not have the ham ans cheese sandwich when i came late afternoon. It was on the menu but not available. Asked the waiter and waitresses if the chef could make an alternative sanwich alternative sandwiches, waiter came back rather irritated and said no sandwich available. Obviously did not want to check. Later chef came out and explained but he was surprised that we were told that we were told no alternative sandwiches available. Such poor service for a five star hotel. The waiter was a youngish indian chap. He was not polite and very impatient. This happened 14/3 at between 2- 3+ pm.
Quality of food is really poor unfortunately
I had dinner last night and also breakfast this morning at the same restaurant. Perhaps it’ll be nice to have more choices of selections so that my family and I can relax in your restaurant with more on the menu
Hope food can be served faster. Nice place. Good ambience
The pork entree could have used a thicker nicer sauce and the steak entree could have had a different side, maybe a baked potato or mashed potatoes instead of fries, but otherwise dinner was fantastic.
Service très lent pour le vin- servi bien après l’entrée
Buffet bfast was not up to standard even bread are not close to Sofitel standard. Very disappointed
I loved the food but believe you would have had a lot of wastage, I think it would have been less wasteful to serve smaller towers with less food on and allow people to reorder more if they wanted. Still it was a much better experience than we had on Xmas day, so well done guys and loved the table decorations too. Great job.
Everything was fantastic. Just a thing is to feel pity to waste food although such a quality of food.
I like the customer service at Kwee Zeen.
The service was terrible, we had to leave table to find waiting staff. The food order was wrong at lunch and cold or partially raw at breakfast. Worst hotel restuarant ever been too.
Food is fantastic!
It was a shame that all courses were served together on Christmas Day. This may be easier in terms of kitchen operations, but its not a very special experience for the guest - plus, food is a bit old and soggy by the time you come to eat it. There was a lot of seafood - some people would love this, but our table would have much rather another option. The table settings could have looked a lot better and we couldn't hear the music outside.
The most horrible Xmas brunch one can imagine. Terrible food quality, presented in a disgusting way, all food thrown on trays, creating a terribly looking and tasting mix. Extremely rude and impollite waiters. Never ever again.
Excellent service. Great place. Love it.