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Christmas Luncheon @ Pan Pacific Orchard

IMG_8441How are you celebrating Christmas this year? Some families may prefer to have a Christmas Potluck at home but if you prefer to dine outside but in a more intimate setting, you go for a Christmas Luncheon at Pan Pacific Orchard.

During this private lunch affair, you will get to enjoy a table full of traditional Christmas favorites such as Roasted Turkey with Cranberry Chutney and Honey Baked Ham. It’s a huge festive luncheon for the family – almost like a private buffet in a small cosy setting. The luncheon menu also includes some delicious bites for the young ones.


What’s on the menu?


Fresh Garden Salad with a variety of toppings and dressings

Soup of the Day

Seafood Chowder served with bread

Christmas Carve and Craft Board

Traditional Roasted Whole Turkey
Honey Baked Ham
Home Made Gourmet Linguica Sausage
Char Grilled “Cape Bryon” Angus Prime Rib

Serve with: Giblet Sauce | Cranberry Chutney | Chestnut Stuffing | Red Wine-Balsamic Reduction | Baked Potato | Tomato on Vine Farmhouse Dairies

Selection of Fine Cheeses with dried fruits, crackers, and grapes

Young Adults

Petite Hawaiian Pizza | Fish Finger | Chicken Nugget | Mini Beef Burger | Chicken Cheesy Frank | Cheese Baked Potato and Macaroni

Tropical Harvest 

Selective Freshly Grown Cut and Whole Fruits
PatisseriesFine Crafted Selection of Desserts from our very own Award Winning Pastry Chef’s Creations.


Kapiti’s New Zealand Premium Selection of Ice Cream (Two Types)Toppings: choco les pearls | hundreds and thousands | choco rice | dried cranberry | Californian raisin | almond flake

Hot Desserts 

Signature Cottage Danish and Butter Pudding with vanilla crème Anglaise, strawberry coulis or chocolate sauceCoffee and Tea

Freshly brew coffee or Premium TWG tea


You could also get into the act of carving the Turkey for yourself. If you rather have it done by someone else, the chef is there to help it slice it nicely into eating portions.


It’s lovely just to spend time together eating and sharing good food over hearty conversations with your loved ones. I’ve tried all the delectable offerings and everything on the carve food is good. It really saves you the trouble of having to cook these dishes and then later to wash all the utensils and cutlery. Just eat and be merry!

If you prefer a casual festive buffet instead, you can also try out their festive lunch or dinner buffet at 10 at Claymore. They also serve up a special spread of Roasted Turkey with Cranberry Chutney, Honey baked ham, Herb crusted organic rack of lamb and succulent Blackmore Wagyu. All prepared by Executive Chef Andy Oh and his culinary team. And if you fancy some local Asian food, you must try their award-winning Char Kway Teow, Penang Laksa, and Bak Kut Teh. There’s just too much good food to enjoy all at one go!

Christmas Luncheon
(Available on 25 December 2016)

12.00pm to 3.00pm

$888 per table of up to 10 persons
$88 for additional 1 adult
$44 for additional 1 child

Festive Dinner/ Lunch Buffet
(Available from 1 December 2016 to 1 January 2017)

Festive Lunch Buffet                                     Adult                Child (5 to 12 years old)

Monday to Friday                                          $42                   $21
Saturday and Sunday                                     $48                   $24
Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve              $58                   $29
Christmas Day and New Year’s Day             $88                   $44

Festive Dinner Buffet                                   Adult                Child (5 to 12 years old)

Monday to Sunday                                         $68                   $34
Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve              $118                  $59
Christmas Day                                               $118                  $59
New Year’s Day                                            $88                    $44


For dining enquiries and reservations, call 6831 6686 or email
* All prices are subject to 10% service charge and GST.

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