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8 Buffet Places In Singapore To Treat Your Family To After A Pay Raise

Buffet places in Singapore

Having a pay raise land right into your lap is a great cause for celebration, especially with your loved ones. With that extra dough in your bag, forget gathering at your neighbourhood family restaurant or eating a simple home-cooked meal. Instead, treat your fam to veritable feasts where they can fill their tums with all-they-can-eat.

From a slew of eateries offering Japanese cuisine to steamboat, check out these eight buffets in Singapore to feel extra boujee with your family.

Note: All these buffets cost less than $50++ per person on average, so you can still consider hitting them up even on a smaller pay raise or if your menage is large.

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1. Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant – over 200 buffet items

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Boasting over 200 Japanese buffet items, Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant is our one-way ticket to Japan in the pandemic climate. Satisfy your cravings for fresh sashimi or Yakitori skewers against the backdrop of Orchard Road when seated in the alfresco dining area.

Aside from classic Japanese fare, you can also find fusion Japanese-Western options like Salmon Pizza and Pasta with Wafu Sauce. Top off your meal with desserts like mochi and tofu cheesecakes – perfect if you have young ones with sweet tooths in tow. The convenient central location of Orchard Central also means you can walk off the food coma with some retail therapy after.

Price: $23.80++ – $42.80++

Address: 181 Orchard Road, #08-01/02/03, Singapore 238896
Telephone: 6736 1216
Opening hours: 11.30AM-2.30PM & 6.30PM-9.30PM, Daily

Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant website 

2. Mitsuba – value-for-money Japanese food with riverbank view

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Japanese food is known to have pretty steep prices, but Mitsuba is another Japanese joint where you can munch on delicious food without breaking the bank. Satiate your hunger pangs with hearty udon meals or rice bowls like katsu dons, and end your meal on a sweet note with the restaurant’s Hokkaido crepe cakes.

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The interior of the restaurant is decked out in traditional Japanese decor and furniture, but you can also treat yourself to outdoor views of the Singapore River and Clarke Quay.

Price: $45.90++

Address: 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, 03-88, Singapore 059817
Telephone: 6227 0388

Check complete opening hours here 

Mitsuba website 

3. The Square @ Furama – both local & international cuisines

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Picture this: your tummy is growling but your family is craving different things, so they just can’t settle on something to eat. If you’re all too familiar with this sitch, check out The [email protected] for a buffet that features a variety of cuisines, from local delights like char kway teow to classic Western food like fish and chips.

You can even find exotic seasonal options like kangaroo meat and turkey, as well as fresh seafood from scallops to snow crab legs.

Price: $33.80++ – $38.80++

Address: 405 Havelock Road, Level 2 Furama RiverFront, Singapore 169633
Telephone: 6739 6468
Opening hours: 6AM-10.30AM & 12PM-2.30PM & 6PM-11PM, Daily

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4. Shaburi & Kintan Buffet – Japanese yakiniku with free-flow meat

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There’s nothing quite like the smell of grilled meat wafting in the air, and at Shaburi & Kintan Buffet, you can get free-flow meat whether it’s wagyu beef or pork. The marbled cuts of meat are graded A4 to A5 – the top two grades for wagyu beef, as well as being air-flown from Japan – so you know you’re having the real deal.

This restaurant is also a 2-in-1 concept diner, with a BBQ option available for those who prefer something a little more indulgent. But if you would rather enjoy your meat boiled, your shabu shabu needs can be catered to as well.

Price: $24.80++ – $49.80++

Address: 50 Jurong Gateway Road, #03-11/12 JEM, Singapore 608549
Telephone: 6262 4329
Opening hours: 11.30AM-10PM, Daily

Kintan Buffet website 

5. COCA – Thai steamboat buffet with seven broths to choose from

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Most of us are familiar with, or have at least heard of COCA, a steamboat buffet that marries Thai and Chinese flavours. Have a go at their specialties like fish glue and shrimp paste while also gorging on classic hotpot essentials like meat and veggies.

Something to shout about is also their wide array of tasty broths, from the Hua Diao Phoenix broth featuring Chinese rice wine to the Merciless Mala.

Price: $32++ – $49++

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COCA website 

6. Sun’s Cafe – Peranakan buffet in Hotel Grand Pacific

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The buffet scene is already saturated with fresh seafood and BBQ options, so being able to enjoy Nyonya food free-flow can be a breath of fresh air – especially if there are members in your brood that simply can’t resist a good ‘ol piping bowl of laksa.

You can find popular dishes like Babi Pongteh a.k.a. braised pork with soy bean paste and gula melaka, as well as Kuih Pie Tee, a pastry filled with a mix of vegetables and prawns here at Sun’s Cafe. The variety also extends to more common dishes like Curry Chicken and Oyster Mee Sua.

Price: $38++ – $47++

Address: 101 Victoria Street, Hotel Grand Pacific, Singapore 188018
Telephone: 6431 1818
Opening hours: 12PM-2.30PM & 6.30PM-10.30PM, Daily

Sun’s Cafe website 

7. Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant – authentic Balinese fare

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Perhaps you would have whisked your entire family straight off to Bali to celebrate your pay raise if you could. But while the pandemic-induced travel borders have not opened, you can still treat them to all-you-can-eat Indonesian food at Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant, also located in Furama hotel.

Some dishes you shouldn’t miss include the Tahu Telur, which is Indonesian tofu omelette, and the Sate Lilit Bali, which is minced seafood skewers prepared with lemongrass. There will also be favourites like the tasty Mee Soto Ayam, and Beef Rendang.

Price: $33.80++ – $38.80++

Address: 405 Havelock Road, Level 3 Furama RiverFront, Singapore 169633
Telephone: 6739 6463
Opening hours: 12PM-2.30PM & 6PM-10.30PM, Daily

Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant website 

8. Buffet Town – seafood grill & teppanyaki

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The name Buffet Town is apt because just like an entire town, this halal-certified restaurant features a whole plethora of cuisines for your choosing. Make a beeline for their seafood on ice, where you can have a taste of succulent poached prawn and crayfish. 

Japanese food also joins the motley crew with teppanyaki and robatayaki – a style of cooking where food is grilled over charcoal, prepared right in front of you. 

You can also enjoy local and Western delights, before stopping at their dessert bar to stock up on crepes, mousse cakes, and even ice kachang. Make sure you jio the young ones at home too because Buffet Town has their own in-house playground.

Price: $26.80++ – $48.80++

Address: 252 North Bridge Road, #B1-44E, Raffles City Shopping Centre, 179103
Telephone: 6837 3793
Opening hours: 11.30AM-3PM & 6PM-10PM, Daily

Buffet Town website 

Buffet places in Singapore

Whether you’re feeling #blessed and want to express your gratitude for your family’s support in your career, or are simply feeling like a baller, trot down to one of these buffet places in Singapore to eat to your heart’s content.

Featuring unique cuisines like Indonesian and Peranakan, as well as value-for-money spreads, this list of buffet places will more than satisfy your cravings, whether you’re looking for quality or variety.

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8 Local Food Buffets In Singapore That Offer The Best Of Singapore’s Food

Singapore’s local food is so diverse and multi-cultural that you will never get sick of eating it. And what if we told you there are several buffet spreads that focus on local food?

Imagine free-flow roti prata, Chinese roast meats and delicious beef rendang!

You will find yourself going for a second, maybe third serving of that fragrant chicken rice. And free-flow chilli crab for you? Well, here are 8 Local Food Buffets in Singapore You Need To Try.


WHY YOU SHOULD COME HERE: Besides the fact that Clifford Pier’s interior is absolutely stunning with sleek furniture and natural light streaming in, their Heritage Afternoon Tea Buffet features an array of 8 savoury and 8 sweet items that reflect Singapore’s culinary past and present.

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Afternoon Tea /  S$45 (Daily)

The Fullerton Bay Hotel
80 Collyer Quay
Tel: +65 6597 5266
Mon to Thu: 11.30am – 12 midnight
Fri: 11.30am – 1am
Nearest Station: Raffles Place


WHY YOU SHOULD COME HERE: Everything about the local food spread at Colony is quintessentially Singaporean and we love it. Get the chef to slice some premium char siew for you and pair it with a plate of fragrant chicken rice. Then, finish off your meal with some tandoori meats and lip-smackingly good lobster laksa.

Lunch / S$58 (Daily) Dinner: S$78 (Daily)

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
7 Raffles Avenue
Singapore 039799
Daily: 6. 30am – 10.30pm
Nearest Station: Promenade

#3 J65

WHY YOU SHOULD COME HERE: J65′s buffet is extremely value-for-money and you get to enjoy fresh seafood on ice while getting the chef to whip up a scrumptious plate of Fried Oyster Egg (you must have it with the accompanying chilli) and grill satay for you. There’s also a DIY rojak station!

Dinner / S$55 (Sun to Thu), S$60 (Fri & Sat)

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore
Lobby Level, 1A Cuscaden Road
Singapore 249176
Reservations: +65 6831 4374 / [email protected]
Daily: 6.30am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Orchard


WHY YOU SHOULD COME HERE: Get your tummies ready for a huge spread of local goodies at Marriott Cafe. The high tea buffet spread includes XO carrot cake, bak kut teh, chicken rice, char kway teow and many more local delights.

High Tea / S$42 (Mon to Fri), S$45 (Sat & Sun)

Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
320 Orchard Road
Singapore 238865
Tel: +65 6831 4605
Daily: 6am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Orchard


WHY YOU SHOULD COME HERE: In this buffet, you not only get a great range of local cuisine but also food from all over Asia. Think an aromatic bowl of prawn laksa, many local-style cooked dishes such as salted egg yolk prawns and rendang. There is also a prata station where you can enjoy free-flow prata!

PRICE: Dinner / S$53 (Mon – Thu), S$58 (Fri – Sun)

PARKROYAL on Beach Road
7500 Beach Road, Level One
Singapore 199591
Tel: +65 6505 5710
Daily: 6am – 12am
Nearest Station: Nicoll Highway


WHY YOU SHOULD COME HERE: Apart from its iconic Union of Crabs and Lobsters dinner buffet, Spice Brasserie at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road also offers the Singapore Nostalgic Lunch and Dinner buffet, featuring an extensive range of local and Asian cuisines, the popular Teochew Porridge corner, and a tantalising variety of appetisers and desserts.

PRICE: Lunch / S$33 (Daily), Dinner / S$36 (Mon to Wed)


WHY YOU SHOULD COME HERE: To start, literally every single item featured in their buffet spread is delicious and perfectly encapsulates the essence of Malaysian and Singaporean street fare. Whether it’s their kueh pie tee, KL-style prawn noodles or even their Nonya laksa, we guarantee you that you will be filled with delight with each bite you take. We particularly love their à la minute-cooked sambal seafood from the live station and be sure to save space for their wide selection of durian-based desserts.

Lunch / S$42++ (Mon to Fri), S$48 (Sat & Sun)
Dinner / S$50++ (Mon to Thu) S$58++ (Fri to Sun)

9 Bras Basah Road, Level 1,
Singapore 189559
Tel: +65 6708 7745
Daily: 6.30am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Bras Basah / Dhoby Ghaut


WHY YOU SHOULD COME HERE: StraitsKitchen is a Halal-certified buffet restaurant and they are easily the best buffet restaurant in Singapore for a comprehensive local food spread. From grilled satay and black pepper crabs, fried carrot cake to chicken rice, prata and laksa, the choices are almost endless. The range of local-style dessert is also huge; think nyonya kueh, goreng pisang and muah chee!

PRICE: Dinner / S$73 nett (Daily)

10 Scotts Road, Lobby Level
Grand Hyatt Singapore
Singapore 228211
Tel: +65 6732 1234
Daily: 6am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Orchard

Read: 14 Best Seafood Buffets In Singapore.

10 Buffets For Free-Flow Sashimi, Dim Sum, Korean Tteokbokki And More From $14 Nett Per Person

1-for-1 buffet deals and more on ChopeDeals 

Buffets are back and even better than before! From all-you-can-eat dim sum to unlimited servings of fresh seafood, there’s nothing quite like indulging in your favourite buffet at an unbeatable price. If you’re looking to score a buffet deal, head to ChopeDeals for over 60 highly discounted buffet-licious deals starting from just $11.90 per person. Many of these promotions include five-star hotel buffets!

What’s more, from now till 30 September 2021, you can take an extra $5 off your favourite buffet deal when you checkout with the code “5BUFFET” and pay using DBS PayLah!, if you’re one of the first 1000 customers to redeem this deal. A minimum spend of $40 applies.

1. The Line

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Snag a 15% discount on the buffet spread at Shangri-La Singapore, The Line, when you visit for lunch. Originally priced at $80.04 nett per person, lunch on Monday to Thursday is now priced at $68.03 nett. Discounted prices for lunch buffet on other days are as follows: $78.04 nett (U.P. $91.81) on Friday, $88.04 nett (U.P. $103.58) on Saturday, and $98.04 nett (U.P .$115.45) on Sunday. 

Don’t miss the Butcher’s Table Feast ($88.04 nett per person) held on Wednesday evenings, which includes meaty picks such as Austrian Goulash Soup, Roasted Pork Belly, and Lamb Tikka.

Get The Line’s 15% off buffet deal here.

Address: 22 Orange Grove Rd, Lower Lobby, Tower Wing, Singapore 258350
Tel: 6213 4398
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 12:30pm to 2:30pm, 6pm to 9:30pm


2. Peppermint 

Located in PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, this halal buffet features a wide variety of hearty Asian and international dishes, freshly prepared at the restaurant’s open kitchen. Peppermint’s refreshed menu includes plant-based alternatives, and the use of locally sourced ingredients. These include the herbs, edible flowers and fresh veggies grown in Peppermint’s urban farm at the terrace.

Thanks to ChopeDeals, on Mondays and Tuesdays, you can enjoy a 1-for-1 buffet lunch ($76.50 nett for two) and dinner ($103.58 nett for two). That works out to only $38.25 nett per person for an all-you-can-eat lunch, which is a steal! Alternatively, enjoy 33% off on Wednesdays and Thursdays, and pay $51.25 nett per person for lunch, or $69.39 nett for dinner. If you’re visiting on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, there’s a 25% discount on lunch ($57.37 nett) and dinner ($77.68 nett)

Get Peppermint’s 1-for-1 & up to 33% off buffet deal here.

Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, Level 4, Singapore 039594
Tel: 6845 1111
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm to 2:30pm, 6:30pm to 10pm, Sat-Sun 12pm to 3pm, 6:30pm to 10pm

3. Edge 

Enjoy a 20% discount on all the buffet options at Edge in Pan Pacific Singapore on ChopeDeals. The all-day dining restaurant offers a weekday buffet lunch ($58.38 nett per person) from Monday to Friday, as well as weekend brunch on Saturday ($61.21 nett per person) and Sunday ($92.28 nett per person). For dinner, it’s $73.45 nett from Monday to Wednesday, and $82.86 nett from Thursday to Sunday. 

Get 20% off Edge’s buffets here!

Address: 7 Raffles Boulevard, Pan Pacific Singapore, Level 3, Singapore 039595
Tel: 6826 8240
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12pm to 2:30pm, 6pm to 10pm, Sun 12pm to 3pm, 6pm to 10pm

4. Oscar’s 

For those looking for a great buffet option in a central location, check out Oscar’s at Conrad Centennial Hotel. Enjoy 20% off all buffet meals, with prices starting at just $46.14 nett per person for weekday a la carte lunch buffet, when you purchase the buffet voucher on ChopeDeals. Daily buffet dinner is priced at $74.39 nett per person, and you get to choose from a plethora of seafood including freshly shucked oysters, and sashimi, on top of an array of local favourites such as Signature Crab Kueh Pie Tee with Garlic Aioli. 

If you’re up for free-flow bubbly, check out the weekend brunch that includes unlimited wines, sparkling rosé, beers, and Gin & Tonics, going at $112.05 nett per person. 

Get Oscar’s 20% off buffet deal here.

Address: 2 Temasek Boulevard, Conrad Centennial Hotel, Singapore 038982
Tel: 6432 7481
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 11am to 10:30pm

5. 90 Minutes 

Here’s an interesting deal for those who love Korean cuisine: get up to 20% discount on the Tik Tok-viral 90 Minutes’ Korean Tteokbokki buffet with ChopeDeals! Conveniently located in Rendezvous Hotel, which is in between Dhoby Ghaut and Bras Basah, this tteokbokki hotpot buffet is priced at just $14. 02 nett per person if you visit for lunch from Monday to Friday. 

You can also enjoy 20% off on the weekend lunch buffet, priced at $22.50 nett after discount. There’s also a 10% discount on buffet dinners, marking down the price to $24.26 nett on weekdays and $25.32 nett on weekends. 

Get up to 20% off 90 Minute’s buffet deal here.

Address: 9 Bras Basah Road, #01-01, Rendezvous Hotel Singapore, Singapore 189559
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 11pm
Tel: 6957 7778

6. The Landmark Restaurant 

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With ChopeDeals, you can enjoy 1-for-1 and up to 40% off buffet deals at The Landmark Restaurant, a halal-certified buffet spot located in Village Hotel Bugis. Prices start at just $30.90 nett per person for buffet dinner from Monday to Thursday—perfect for weeknight dates or dinner catchups with friends. There’s also a 1-for-1 lunch buffet on weekends, priced at just $69. 33 nett for two people. 

Highlights include the seafood on ice, an Indian cuisine corner with Butter Chicken, Fish Tikka, and Assorted Naan, and a dessert lineup of Nyonya Kueh, Churros, Bubur Pulut Hitam and more. 

Get The Landmark’s 1-for-1 & up to 40% off buffet deal here.

Address: 390 Victoria Street, #05-01, Village Hotel Bugis, Singapore 188061
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 2:30pm, 6:30pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 6299 7786

7. Ellenborough Market Cafe

Located in Swissôtel Merchant Court, Singapore, Ellenborough Market Cafe is known for its unique mix of Peranakan food and international spread. Enjoy up to 31% off their Peranakan a la carte buffet, which showcases all-time favourites including Singapore Laksa with River Prawn, Beef Bolognese Pasta, Kueh Pie Tee, Nyonya Chap Chye, and the signature Durian Pengat

Visit any time from Monday to Thursday to get the most out of this buffet deal; it’s $47 nett per person for lunch, and $64 nett for dinner. For Fridays and weekends, lunch is priced at $54 nett and dinner at $73 nett. Alternatively, if afternoon tea sounds right up your alley, get the 20% off the weekend high tea buffet and pay just $45 nett per person.

Get up to 31% off at Ellenborough Market Cafe here!

Address: 20 Merchant Road, Swissôtel Merchant Court, Singapore 058281
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 2.30pm, 6.30pm to 10pm
Tel: 6239 1847


With three outlets islandwide, COCA is one of the more well-known names when it comes to premium hotpot places in Singapore. Good news: with ChopeDeals, you can get 25% off when you visit on a weekday, and this promotion is valid across all outlets! After the discount, the weekday lunch buffet is priced at $28.25 nett per person and $39.72 nett for the weekday dinner buffet. 

The Thai-Chinese steamboat restaurant is known for its top-quality ingredients, including a wide selection of seafood, meat, and hot pot must-haves such as the House Special Shrimp Paste, and Chicken Meat Paste.  

Get COCA’s 25% off buffet deal here.

Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, #02-440, Suntec City, Singapore 038983
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am to 3pm, 6:30pm to 9:30pm, Sat-Sun 11:30am to 9:30pm
Tel: 62597176
Website | Full list of outlets 

9. Yum Cha 

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Enjoy free-flow dim sum with a 20% discount when you dine in at Yum Cha Changi on a weekday evening! The weekday dinner dim sum buffet costs just $25.23 nett per person with ChopeDeals, so you don’t have to break a bank or use up your AL for a midweek indulgence. Each seating is 90 minutes and there’s a minimum of two diners required to enjoy this offer. Also note that the voucher is not inclusive of beverages, tea, towels and appetisers. Add-ons can be done directly at the restaurant.

Must-tries include the Yum Cha Prawn Dumpling, Fried Carrot Cake, and Braised Ee-Fu Noodle with Mushroom. You can also top up $5 for free-flow soft drinks and juices. 

Get Yum Cha’s 20% off buffet deal here.

Address: 6 Changi Business Park Ave 1, #01-33, UE Bizhub EAST, Singapore 486017
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am to 3pm, 6pm to 9pm, Sat-Sun 9am to 3pm, 6pm to 9pm

10. Majestic Bay Seafood Restaurant 

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Another must-try dim sum spot is Majestic Bay Seafood Restaurant, located a short walk from the iconic Gardens by the Bay. Famed for the award-winning Kopi Crab, this Chinese restaurant also offers a decent range of all-day dim sum items, from the signature Pan-Seared Chilli Crab Meat Buns ($13.80++), to all-time favourites such as Steamed Custard Buns With Salted Egg Yolk ($9.60++).

Get Majestic Bay’s 44% off buffet deal here.

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, #01-10, Below Flower Dome, Gardens By The Bay, Singapore 018953
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 3pm, 6pm to 9pm
Tel: 6604 6604

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From dim sum buffet to unlimited seafood on ice, there’s something for everyone at ChopeDeals. Prices start at just $11.90 per person, so you don’t have to break a bank for your next feast! Don’t forget to pay with DBS PayLah! for an additional $5 discount on your purchase. 


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Buffets are back in S’pore, but self-service still not allowed under Covid-19 safe management measures, Consumer News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – Buffets are making a comeback, with safety measures in place, more than a year after they were taken off the menu since the circuit breaker period kicked in on April 7 last year to stem the spread of Covid-19.

According to guidelines sent out by the Association of Catering Professionals Singapore, staff-served food lines can resume as of Monday (April 12) at food and beverage outlets, corporate and work-related events, and events in the meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions (Mice) industry.

Buffets at weddings, funeral services and social activities within corporate settings are still not permitted.

Popular buffet eatery Carousel at Royal Plaza on Scotts resumed its buffet line on Monday, while StraitsKitchen at the Grand Hyatt Singapore will do so from Tuesday.

However, diners will not be allowed to help themselves to the food as they did before the pandemic hit.

According to the guidelines seen by The Straits Times, servers must dish out the food items for diners, who are not allowed to have any contact with the food.

The food being served must be covered with plastic shields or other barriers, servers must wear masks and cannot handle the food with their bare hands.

Diners queueing for food must also have their masks on and must maintain a 1m distance from the next person in the queue. The establishments must also ensure there is a 1m distance between the queue and the nearest seated diner.

Mr Patrick Fiat, the general manager of Royal Plaza on Scotts, said all dishes at the buffet counters at Carousel are partitioned with sneeze guards that are frequently sanitised.

“There will also be one server assisting each diner per buffet line to ensure that plates are not passed back and forth between various staff members and diners,” he said.

Desserts can be selected from a dessert trolley that will make the rounds towards the end of the meal periods, while beverages can be ordered through a digital menu and served to the table.

Mr Sebastian Kern, director of food and beverage at Grand Hyatt Singapore, told ST that StraitsKitchen closed on April 7 last year. It reopened on June 20 and offered an “a la minute” buffet, meaning servers would take orders from the diners at their table and serve the food to them.

Carousel at Royal Plaza on Scotts resumed its buffet on April 12, 2021. ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN

Mr Kern said the restaurant decided to resume its buffet service on Tuesday to coincide with its Ramadan dinner promotion, which runs till Hari Raya Puasa on May 13.

The Grand Hyatt’s other restaurant, mezza9, will offer a staff-served buffet line from next Sunday, but only for appetisers during its Sunday brunch offering. But main courses and desserts will continue to be served at the table.

Additional rules are in place for corporate and Mice events.

For corporate events, each food line can serve up to only 50 people and a safe management representative must be present to ensure compliance. Guests must be seated once they get their food and no mingling is allowed.

For Mice events, attendees are split into zones of up to 50 attendees, further divided into cohorts of up to 20 people. Those in the same food queue must be from the same cohort. If a single food line is used, attendees from different zones cannot be served at the same time.

In response to queries, Enterprise Singapore said it is working towards relaxing safe management measures for staff-served food lines and will release an updated advisory soon.

21 best buffet restaurants in Singapore – there’s one that serves 60 Sichuan dishes!

If you’re a foodie, buffets are heaven. You get the freedom to take what you like and pile up food on your plate without anyone judging. How else do you get to eat to your heart’s content, enjoy a huge selection of dishes, while only paying a standard price for it?

We know you’re always on the lookout for the best buffet restaurants in Singapore. We’ve found these 21 buffet restaurants that offer an amazing spread and have received raving reviews for their fare. Apart from the usual international buffet restaurants where you get to taste delicacies from all around the world, we’ve also included options such as a Sichuan buffet with 60 ma la dishes and a Western grill buffet with unlimited portions of meat! Here’s the ultimate list of buffet restaurants to add to your to-try list.


1. Triple Three (Mandarin Orchard)

While the international buffet at Triple Three offers the usual pasta and grilled meat stations, the highlight of this buffet is their Japanese menu. Expect a good variety of sashimi including salmon, swordfish and yellowtail, super crispy tempura and a Teppanyaki live cooking station.

Check out their daily special menu: free flow Asahi draught beer on Mondays, four styles of foie gras Tuesdays, Kumamoto Wagyu Beef on Wednesdays, all kinds of shelled seafood on Thursdays, and freshly imported lobsters on Fridays and Saturdays (psst, look out for their signature Lobster Mentaiyaki!)

Opening Hours: (Lunch) 12pm – 2.30pm from Mon to Sat, 12pm – 3pm on Sun  | (Dinner) 6.30pm – 10pm
Price: SGD78++ (Mon – Sat, Lunch) | SGD 118++ (Sun, Lunch) | SGD88++ (Sun – Wed, Dinner) | SGD108++ (Thu – Sat, Dinner)
Address: 333 Orchard Road, Mandarin Orchard Level 5, Singapore 238867

Chope Deal: Get up to 50% off at Triple Three

2. The Line (Shangri-La)

The Line offers a huge selection for every cuisine you crave – from the mandatory seafood station with oysters, lobsters, mussels and prawns to the Japanese station that serves fresh cuts of sashimi and glazed maki rolls.

Try interesting dishes like the like Tauhu Bakar salad with rojak sauce at the Salad bar or make your own cheese platters from a selection of Camembert, Chevre, Taleggio, Tommes de Savioe and more.

Their dessert bar is an exciting one, featuring ice cream Teppanyaki, crepes, souffles, truffle lollipops, cakes and a one-metre tall chocolate fountain. We’re guessing it’s paradise for anyone with a sweet tooth.

Opening Hours: (Lunch) 12pm – 2.30pm | (Dinner) 6pm – 10pm
Price: SGD65 (Mon – Fri, Lunch) | from SGD80 (Dinner)
Address: 22 Orange Grove Rd, Shangri-La, Lower Lobby, Tower Wing, Singapore 258350

3. The Kitchen Table (W Singapore)

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PLEASE have a look at this bowl of laksa. This gorgeous bowl of noodles, prawns, puffed beancurd and thick, savoury coconut broth is just one of several strong Asian dishes to be found at the kitchen table. . Admittedly out-of-the-way on Sentosa island, the kitchen table is nestled in the W Singapore – Sentosa Cove and surrounded by water and greenery; a rare and welcome setting worth the journey for. Besides the view, you’ll enjoy a mix of a la carte items or a lunch buffet chock full of solid Asian dishes. Highlights including some very tasty South Asian chutneys, a well-appointed DIY noodle bar and some unexpectedly refined crispy roast pork. . I respect restaurants that serve local dishes and nail them with steady foodcraft, simply because it is a challenge getting compared to more accessible, street-food styled joints. If you’re looking for a dependable, leisurely meal away from the city, the kitchen table has exactly what you need. For my full review and more, head on over to! #thediningadvisor #uobdiningadvisor @iwannayolo

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It’s quality over quantity here. The Kitchen Table at W Singapore is not that elaborate international buffet with over 10 cooking stations, but has six high quality stations that can definitely satisfy your taste buds.

The Lobster Tail Tandoori is a must-try; the meaty lobster flesh is grilled to a smoky taste where you can top with your favourite Indian spice for a flavourful treat. You’ll be happy that it’s a buffet, because it means you can go for seconds – or thirds – if you can’t get enough of it. The best part about buffets?

You’ve heard of chocolate fondue, what about a chili crab sauce fondue? Snack on the local favourite fried mantou and stick them into the thick and rich chilli crab sauce. We bet you’ll be going back for more.

Opening Hours: (Lunch) 12pm – 3pm | (Dinner) 6pm – 10pm
Price: SGD78++ (Mon – Sat, Lunch) | SGD88++ (Mon – Thur, Dinner) | SGD98++ (Fri and Sat, Dinner)
Address: 21 Ocean Way Sentosa, W Singapore, Singapore 098374


Carousel (Royal Plaza)

If you’re looking for a Halal-friendly buffet restaurant, the Carousel at Royal Plaza is certainly among the most popular ones. Patrons return for their generous seafood station that serves a wide range of fresh seafood ranging from salmon, mussels, white calms, scallops, tiger prawns, lobster and Alaskan king crab legs that are only served on weekends.

At the dessert station, choose from over 10 types of sweet treats, ranging from cakes, tarts, mousse to puddings. Apart from the usual chocolate fondue, try the special rose and matcha fondue along with 12 condiments to pair with.

Opening Hours: (Lunch) 12pm – 2pm | (Dinner) 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Price: from SGD58++ (Lunch) | from SGD80++ (Dinner)
Address: 25 Scotts Road, Royal Plaza, Singapore 228220


Lime Restaurant (PARKROYAL on Pickering)

After you’ve had your fill of fresh seafood at the buffet spread at Lime, head over to the Peranakan station that serves exquisite Nyonya dishes. This international buffet at Lime Restaurant is best known for its Peranakan kitchen that not only serves the classic local delicacies like laksa and satay but also popular Nyonya dishes that Singaporeans love.

Have fun stacking up your own kueh pie tee with their in-house chili that’s so addictive you’ll be caught refilling your plates with them. Taste the wonderful flavour of the ayam buah keluak and sambal assam fish that goes perfectly with rice.

Spot colourful nonya kueh served on Peranakan plates at the dessert station and try the durian pengat with gula melaka for a sweet local taste. If you want something more Western, there are also delectable cakes and chocolates.

Opening Hours: (Lunch) 12pm – 2:30pm | (Dinner) 6.30pm – 10.30pm
Price: SGD45++ (Weekday Lunch) | SGD48++ (Weekend Lunch) | SGD58++ (Mon – Thur, Dinner) | SGD62++ (Fri – Sun, Dinner)
Address: 3 Upper Pickering St, PARKROYAL on Pickering, Singapore 058289

6. Colony (The Ritz-Carlton)

The moment you step into The Ritz-Carlton, you’ll surely notice the open space dining place located at the lobby. What’s charming about having a buffet here is enjoying the vintage furnishings and classy ambience. After all, if you’re going to dine for hours, atmosphere and comfort are important!

The usual fresh seafood, sashimi stations and grilled meat aside, remember to grab a few types of cheeses and pair them with your favourite cold cuts.

There is also a juice bar at the buffet where you can choose the fruits you like to concoct your very own drink.

Opening Hours: (Lunch) 12pm – 2:30pm | (Dinner) 6.30pm – 10.30pm
Price: SGD58 (Mon – Sat, Lunch) | SGD78 (Sun – Thurs, Dinner) | SGD88 (Fri – Sat, Dinner)
Address: 7 Raffles Avenue, The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, Singapore 039799

7. Vienna International Seafood

Vienna International Seafood is best known for its family-friendly setting and wide selection of fresh seafood at an affordable price.

The selection of food stations here is pretty standard, with seafood, meat, sushi and dessert stations. While it might get a little too crowded at peak hours, if you’re down for the wide selection of food and cakes, this is where you can settle all your cravings at one go.

Canadian Oysters are what the crowd flock here for, so be prepared to queue for them before and to get them before they run out.

Opening Hours: (Lunch) 11.30am – 3pm | (Dinner) 5.30pm – 10pm
Price: SGD39.80++ (Mon – Fri, Lunch) | SGD41.80++ (Sat, Sun, Lunch) | SGD49.80++ (Mon – Thur, Dinner) | SGD51.80++ (Fri – Sun, Dinner)
Address: 101 Thomson Rd, # B1-01, United Square, Singapore 307591

8. [email protected] (Hotel Jen)

You probably wouldn’t have thought that a hotel restaurant in the heart of Orchard actually offers buffet dining at an affordable price. Dine in a spacious and stylish space located on the 10th storey of Orchardgateway, with a stunning view of the Somerset area.

Make your own salad at one of the stations, and grab as much fresh seafood as you like. Or if you love Japanese food, there’s an array of sushi and sashimi for you to pick from. On Fridays and Saturdays, indulge in unlimited servings of fresh lobster cooked in different ways.

Though the menu isn’t anything extraordinary, [email protected] is the place to go to eat to your heart’s content without bursting your budget.

Opening Hours: (Dinner) 6:30pm – 10pm
Price: SGD48++ (Sun – Thurs) | SGD78++ (Fri – Sat,)
Address: 277 Orchard Road, #10-01, Hotel Jen Orchardgateway, Singapore 238858

9. Melt Café (Mandarin Oriental)

Melt Café at Mandarin Oriental offers a posh dining experience with an outdoor dining space, set amidst lush greenery and indoor seating area with stylish and elegant interior décor. The alfresco area comes with an outdoor barbecue grill station that features mouth-watering wagyu cuts that you certainly won’t want to miss.

Enjoy roasted meats cooked in different styles – whole-roasted lamb saddle with spinach and mushroom, slow-roasted herb-crusted beef strip loin, and miso-flavoured kurobuta pork. There are also Chinese-style roasted meats such as roasted crackling five-spiced pork belly and herbal roasted duck.

Opening hours: (Lunch) 12pm – 2.30pm | (Dinner) 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Price: SGD57++ (Mon – Fri, Lunch)| SGD61++ (Sat, Lunch) | SGD78++ (Sun – Thurs, Dinner) | SGD88++ (Fri, Sat, Dinner)
Address: 5 Raffles Avenue, Mandarin Oriental, Singapore 039797

Chope Deal: Get up to 10% off at Melt Cafe

10. Alley On 25 (Andaz Singapore)

Seafood-lovers, this one’s for you. The Oysters and Ribs dinner buffet, available on Fridays, is the one that’s worth every penny. The menu includes free flow seafood and an array of grilled meats.

Go as many rounds as you like for oysters, tiger prawns, and smoked salmon. For meats, you’ll get to taste sticky pork ribs, Australian Angus beef short ribs, peri peri chicken, spicy chicken, and veal and pork sausage.

For the perfect TGIF experience, top up SGD40++ for free-flowing wines, draught beer, and prosecco.

Opening Hours: 6pm – 10pm (Fridays and Saturdays for the buffet)
Price: SGD49++
Address: 5 Fraser Street, Level 25, Andaz Singapore, Singapore 189354

11. The Carvery (Park Hotel Alexandra)

Meat-lovers will be delighted by the buffet at The Carvery. The first thing you’ll notice when you step into the restaurant is the three-metre long meat carving station that has an impressive and comprehensive display of three to four top-quality cuts of beef, lamb, pork and chicken. Choose your preferred cuts and get them roasted right behind the carving station, all carefully prepared for diners. Pair your meat with a variety of condiments and sauces including a range of speciality fine salts, house-made butters (available during dinner), and a myriad of sauces.

Besides roast meats, seafood, pasta, pizzas, and salads are also available at other stations in the restaurant.

Opening hours: (Lunch) 12pm – 3pm | (Dinner) 6pm – 10pm
Price: SGD42++ (Daily, Lunch) | SGD58++ (Mon – Thur, Dinner) | SGD62++ (Fri – Sun, Dinner)
Address: 323 Alexandra Road, Level 7, Park Hotel Alexandra, Singapore 159972

Chope Deal: Get up to 30% off or enjoy a 1-for-1 lunch/ dinner buffet at The Carvery

12. Carnivore (CHIJMES)

You can probably already guess from its name; expect to devour on unlimited portions of meat, carved, grilled and served onto your plate piping hot. Choose how you’d like your meat to be cooked and the seasoning you prefer. Dine al fresco, while you enjoy authentic Brazilian churrasco meats under the stars, in a beautiful outdoor area set with large white canopies.

If you start to feel a little tired from the huge portions of meat, order some grilled caramelised pineapple to cleanse your palate – before going back to indulge in more juicy slices of meat, of course.

Opening hours: (Dinner) 6pm – 11pm, daily
Price: SGD52++
Address: 30 Victoria Street, #01-30, CHIJMES, Singapore 187996



13. Si Chuan Dou Hua

Singaporeans have been crazy over Sichuan flavours (ma la xiang guo, anyone?), here’s Sichuan buffet that features 60 a la carte dishes that you can eat to your heart’s content.

All diners get to enjoy a double-boiled Fish Maw Soup with Spiky Sea Cucumber or thick soup with shredded abalone that’s limited to one serving per person. Choose from appetisers like sliced pork or beef in Sichuan chilli oil, Sichuan fish dishes with the spicy sauces or prawns with cashew nuts or minced garlic and chilli.

Though it’s a Sichuan restaurant, you’ll also get to savour the classic Beijing dish, Peking duck at the buffet. This is limited to one serving per table only

Cleanse your palate after digging into the flavourful Sichuan dishes with Chinese desserts like double-boiled pear and white fungus with osmanthus or home-made fine beancurd with wolfberries to finish your meal with a light taste.

Minimum of four adults is required to dine here.

Opening Hours: (Lunch) 11:30am – 2:30pm | (Dinner) 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Price: SGD58 for the 60-dish buffet
Address: Si Chuan Dou Hua operates across four outlets in Singapore.

Chope Deal: Get 10% off at Si Chuan Dou Hua

14. Mitzo

Probably one of the best quality yumcha locations in town, this dim sum buffet restaurant is exclusively available for weekend brunch.

Mitzo offers several items in the buffet spread, but you should certainly try their signature char siew. Everyone also gets to pick one bamboo clam dish, one live lobster dish, and an abalone dish each – these high quality ingredients make it worth the money you’ve spent.

For your lobster, choose from Deep-Fried Lobster coated with Truffle Peanut Sauce, Baked Lobster with Creamy Lemon and Cheese, and Spicy Chilli Lobster Served with Bun. The Spicy Chili option has a sweet and tangy flavour and is said to be popular among patrons who enjoy the chilli crab.

If you’re looking to feed your Instagram too, you’ll be happy to know that their dishes are beautifully presented. Their Har Gow (shrimp dumpling), for instance, is naturally coloured with purple radish to give its translucent skin a touch of colour. You’ll sure want to snap a photo of this one!

Opening Hours: 11.30am – 2.30pm (for weekend brunch buffet)
Price: SGD68++
Address: 270 Orchard Rd, Level 4 Grand Park, Singapore 238857

Chope Deal: Get 10% off at Mitzo

15. Irodori Japanese Restaurant (River View Hotel)

Hungry for a scrumptious meal of Japanese food? Check out Irodori Japanese Restaurant, which serves more than 100 items at its buffet, including sashimi, makimono (rolled sushi), yakimono (grilled dishes), nigiri sushi (finger press), temaki (hand roll), ippinmono (appetisers), agemono (deep-fried dishes), and teppanyaki.

We’ve seen mixed reviews (some say their grilled items are too salty) but one thing that’s consistent among reviewers – the sashimi here is so good it’s definitely worth a visit.

Opening Hours: (Lunch) 11:30am – 2:30pm | (Dinner) 6pm – 10:30pm
Price: SGD36.80++
Address: 382 Havelock Road, #03-01, Riverview Hotel, Singapore 169629

16. Straits Café (Rendezvous Hotel)

If you enjoy Malaysian and Singaporean cuisine, this buffet at Straits Café is going to be an exciting one for you. Indulge in popular items including KL Prawn Noodles, Klang Chic Kut Teh, Ipoh Chicken Rice made using quality ingredients. Don’t miss the Seafood Sambal Live Station, from Fridays to Sundays, where chefs cook up a wide selection of fresh seafood and greens upon order.

Also, have fun making your own popiah and kueh pie tee where you get to be as generous with the stuffing as you like.

Time: (Lunch) 12pm – 2.30pm | (Dinner) 6.30pm – 10pm
Price: SGD42++ (Mon – Fri, Lunch) | SGD50++ (Mon – Thur, Dinner) | SGD48++ (Sat, Sun, Lunch) | SGD58++ (Fri – Sun, Dinner)
Address: 9 Bras Basah Road, Rendezvous Hotel, Level 1, Singapore 189559

17. Kintamani

Have you ever tried a buffet that highlights Indonesian cuisine? Here’s one that’s bursting with flavours that you should certainly try.

A few of the highlights include Indonesian Fish Crackers and Tapioca Chips served with Belachan as appetisers and satay that you can dip in their in-house peanut sauce that’s very popular with patrons.

Don’t miss the grilled lamb station – you’ll get to choose to savour perfectly cooked lamb with either mushroom sauce and chilli sauce.

For desserts, go for rice pudding with palm sugar, traditional cakes, and of course, lots and lots of kueh.

Opening Hours: (Lunch) 12pm – 2:30pm | (Dinner) 6pm – 10:30pm
Price: SGD65++
Address: 9405 Havelock Road, Furama Riverfront Singapore, Level 3, Singapore 169633

Chope Deal: Get 10% off at Kintamani

18. Princess Terrace Café (Copthorne King’s Hotel)

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I can’t name all my kuehs, but the Penang buffet at Princess Terrace Cafe (@copthornekings) has one of the largest kueh selections I have ever come across in a buffet and they are all so good! My favourites include Kueh Beng Kah, Kueh Dar Dar, Kueh Seri Muka and this amazing pancake looking kueh that is served with caramelised banana sauce? Apart from kuehs, there is also a live Ban Chang Kueh station where a super crispy peanut pancake is made on the spot and a Tau Huey station where you get to add regular syrup or gula melaka over the super soft soya beancurd❤️ Really spoilt for choice for deserts – and I don’t even have a sweet tooth to begin with (though the desserts are not too sweet I must say☝?)! – – The main courses include hearty Penang classics such as Penang Fried Kway Teow, Assam Laksa, Pork Curry, Satay and Duck with Salted Vegetable Soup. But what I really like is the Pork Trotters in Black Vinegar – it has just the right balance of sweet and sour and it is very addictive! This is also the first time I saw an automatic egg cooker – quite impressive? To be honest, I don’t have enough stomach space to try everything every time I am here because there is just too much food to try and limited capacity? – If you are wondering about the price, I made my reservation via @eatigo_sg and managed to get a 50% discount ($26.90++ for buffet lunch on weekends) woohoo? If you are looking for a good buffet that serves homely comfort food without burning a hole in your pocket, this is a good place to try:)! #buffet #penang #kueh #desserts

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This buffet restaurant has been serving Penang cuisine since the early 1970s, so we’re gonna trust them for the most authentic taste of Straits delicacies.

Make your own Penang-style rojak or popiah with the deliciously seasoned ingredients at the counter and indulge in perennial favourites like Penang Laksa, Prawn Noodle, Popiah, Satay, Curry Chicken, Kueh Pie Tee, Fried Kway Teow and Duck Thigh Mee Sua.

Opening Hours: (Lunch) 12pm – 2.30pm | (Dinner) 6.30pm – 10pm
Price: SGD51.80++ (Mon – Thur, Lunch) | SGD55.80++ (Mon – Thur, Dinner) | SGD53.80++ (Fri – Sun, Lunch) | SGD58.80++ (Fri – Sun, Dinner)
Address: 403 Havelock Road, Copthorne Kings Hotel, Singapore 169632

19. Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant

Another popular buffet restaurant that food aficionados flock to, Kiseki offers a wide selection of Japanese-style fresh seafood: Blue swimmer crab, crayfish, vongole soaked in cold sake, spicy bamboo clam, and more.

Refill your plates with the tasty assorted maki and sushi rolls or grilled skewers dipped in teriyaki sauce.

If you’re visiting for dinner, check out the Western grill station that serves garlic ribeye stick, marinated teriyaki chicken, pork collar, and grilled prawns.

For the price and wide selection of food, we’d say this is a great value-for-money place to feast on seafood.

Opening Hours: (Lunch) 11.30am – 3pm | (Dinner) 6pm – 10pm
Price: SGD22.80++ (Mon – Fri, Lunch) | SGD29.80++ (Sat, Sun, PH, Lunch) | SGD33.80++ (Mon – Thur, Dinner) | SGD39.80++ (Fri – Sun, Dinner)
Address: 181 Orchard Road, 03 Orchard Central, 08-01/02, Singapore 238896

20. Ikoi Japanese Restaurant (Hotel Miramar)

If you’re a sashimi lover, here’s the place to be. This buffet restaurant located in Hotel Miramar, serves premium and fresh sashimi like salmon, yellowtail, swordfish, octopus and more, a la carte.

Order grilled dishes like crab sticks, bacon mai and mackerel or choose among the huge selection of deep fried dishes to go along with your beer.

This restaurant can get very crowded at peak hours, so we’d recommend making a reservation in advance if you don’t want to wait.

Opening Hours: (Lunch) 11.30am – 2.30pm | (Dinner) 6pm – 11pm
Price: SGD38++
Address: 401 Havelock Road, Hotel Miramar, Singapore 169631

21. Dookki

This Korean buffet chain is where you get to make your own Tteokbokki with tteok (rice cake) of all shapes and sizes. Add on sausages, meatballs and ramyun if you’re all down for the calories.

And if you’re craving for those fish cakes served on skewers with hot soup, get free flow of this popular street snack at Dookki – but just a reminder to pace yourself with these delicious snacks, you’ll want to leave some space in your stomach for the fried rice that completes the meal. That’s because after you’re done with your tteokbokki feast, you’ll be given rice that’s fried with the remaining sauce and ingredients.

Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm
Price: SGD18.80++
Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, #B1-107 (East Wing), Suntec City, Singapore 038984 | 3155 Commonwealth Avenue West, #B1-30/31, Clementi Mall, Singapore 129588


14 Satisfying Buffet Promotions in 2020 You Don’t Want to Miss

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It’s time to maximise your credit cards and membership cards if you have them. If you’re a foodie and love free-flow of yummy food, you know that you have an abundance of buffet choices here in Singapore. But do you also know all the ongoing buffet credit card promotions at these popular hotels and restaurants?

In all honesty, there are so many great buffet deals at one time that we get slightly overwhelmed too. That is why we want to help you find the most satisfying all-you-can-eat buffets and not miss out on the promotions you can obtain with your credit cards. We’ll create and update this simple list of top buffet deals for various credit cards so that you can expand your buffet options!

🍣 Also Read: 1-for-1 and 50% off Dining Deals that are finally not Hotel Buffets

Not enough for you? Or perhaps your credit card promotions aren’t included in this list? Check out more dining deals on Cardable’s website for all other credit card promotions. If you’re keen to sign up for a credit card focused on dining perks, perhaps reading our article on the best dining credit cards in Singapore will help you make a more informed decision. We hope you find some of the best buffet deals in Singapore here!

⚠️ Note: Due to the evolving Covid-19 situation in Singapore, restaurants are required to comply with the safe distancing measures (read more here). As a safety precaution, most buffets are served to guests at their tables instead. Seats might be limited so do make your reservations in advance. 

1. Triple Three, Mandarin Orchard 

Credit: Triple Three, Mandarin Orchard

Indulge yourself in this Japanese-inspired buffet at Triple Three, Mandarin Orchard, featuring fresh premium seafood on ice, sashimi and sushi, live cooking stations, roast section and an amazing spread of tantalising desserts. These 1-for-1 lunch weekend buffet deals are too irresistible to miss so be sure to reserve your seats before the promo ends! 


Address: 333 Orchard Road Level 5 @ Mandarin Orchard Singapore 238867

2. The Line, Shangri-La Singapore

Credit: The Line, Shangri-La

Life is good at Shangri-La, and so is the amazing buffet at The Line. With a name synonymous with luxury, be spoilt with the 16 food stations filled with endless delicious Japanese, Asian, Seafood cuisine at more at The Line, Shangri-La Singapore! If you are looking to impress your date, your mother-in-law or even a nice afternoon lunch with your best friends, this is THE buffet you wouldn’t want to miss! 

[Restaurant Special – 50 Dishes for S$50++ Special Buffet till 23 April 2021] Check out the special a la carte buffet lunch with unlimited servings of 50 delectable dishes available at just S$50++ from Mondays to Fridays till 23 April 2021. Be delighted by premium seafood and prime roasts such as Snow Crab, Sashimi, and Australian Angus Beef Sirloin. Authentic ethnic dishes will thrill your tastebuds with Seafood Pad Thai, Lebanese Arayes Kafta as well as popular local delights like Salted Egg Crab, Prawn Paste Chicken and Lobster Laksa. Do save some space for dessert with The Line’s signature Durian Cake along with all-time favorites such as Tiramisu and Crème Brulee. Kids would also get to enjoy Cheesy French Fries, Hong Kong Style Baked Rice, Crispy Mozzarella Cheese Sticks from the kid’s selections! 


Address: 22 Orange Grove Rd, Lower Lobby, Tower Wing, Singapore 258350

3. Marriott Cafe, Marriott Hotel Singapore

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Treat yourself to the freshest International buffet spread at Marriott Cafe. Sporting a fresh, contemporary feel with an open kitchen and several live cooking stations, Marriott Chefs whip up your orders on the spot.

Well-known for its extensive buffet offerings, here you can find the freshest selection of seafood like oysters, savour local favourites such as Sayur Lodeh, fish curry, chicken satay, and an extensive array of premium western dishes such as pizza and other roasted delights cooked to perfection.


Address: Marriott Cafe, Lobby Level, 320 Orchard Road Singapore

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4. Basilico, The Regent Hotel 

Credit: Basilico, Regent Hotel Singapore

Missing your favourite Italian cuisine? Take yourself back to the Italy trip that you’ve been thinking about with the variety of authentic and seasonal Italian dishes at Basilico! Handmade and cooked to perfection, tuck into a bowl of hearty pasta just the way you like it. Indulge in your favourite cheese platter and antipasti, along with delicious pizzas and mains. Don’t forget to order the popular tiramisu dessert and leave some tummy space to indulge in some gelato! 


Address: 1 Cuscaden Road, Level 2, Regent Singapore, Singapore 249715

5. Asian Market Café, Fairmont Singapore

Credit: Fairmont Singapore

Be taken by the live action stations and salad, appetiser and dessert stalls as you’re bound to be spoilt for choice at Fairmont’s Asian Market Café. Be prepared to salivate over local favourites and contemporary regional delicacies—an all authentic pan-Asian cuisine experience.  Halal-certified and casual, Asian Market Café paints the perfect dining spot for days you and your taste buds—and company, if you have any—are feeling a little fancy.


Address: 80 Bras Basah Road Level 2, Singapore 189560

6. The Buffet, M Hotel

Credit: The Buffet, M Hotel

The Buffet is a hidden gem of Tanjong Pagar, tucked away in the M Hotel. For lunch, enjoy a wide spread of local and international favourites, then round up your indulging afternoon with popular local desserts such as nonya kueh and durian pengat.

Offering a delicious feast of local and international buffet, The Buffet serves a very popular steamboat buffet dinner with a specialty soup base and a premium spread of fresh seafood. Starting from the raved drunken prawn, a succulent and fresh prawn immersed in tasty herbal soup to the restaurant’s seafood on ice highlighting half-shell scallops, white clams, whole pomfret fish and more, it’s a seafood paradise!



Address: 81 Anson Road, Level 2, Singapore 079908

7. Window on the Park, Holiday Inn Singapore, Orchard City Centre

Credit: Window on the Park, Holiday Inn

Enjoy a hearty local, Asian and seafood buffet here at Window on the Park at Holiday Inn Singapore, Orchard City Centre. Tuck into a bowl of local goodness like Singapore Laksa, Mee Rebus or Prawn Noodles or get your fill of fresh seafood on ice along with well-loved dishes like chilli crab, black pepper crayfish, kueh pie tee and more! Save some space in your belly for sweet delights like ondeh-ondeh cake and local kuehs. 


Address: Level 2, 11 Cavenagh Road, Holiday Inn Singapore, Orchard City Centre, Singapore 229616

8. Cocobolo Poolside Bar + Grill, Park Hotel Clarke Quay

Go al fresco at Cocobolo Poolside Bar + Grill, Park Hotel Clarke Quay and relax to the sizzle of the grill! At this impressive char-grilled buffet, you can expect expertly prepared charcoal-grilled premium meats and fresh seafood like stingray, tiger prawns and more. Let your hair down and kick-start your weekend with the popular Weekend BBQ Buffet (available only on Fridays and Saturdays)! 

Credit: Cocobolo Poolside Bar & Grill

Cocobolo Poolside Bar & Grill Promotion: 1-for-1 BBQ Buffet (Friday and Saturday) | with OCBC Cards

  • Expires 31 March 2020
  • Not valid on eve of and public holidays, and special occasions 
  • More info


Cocobolo Poolside Bar & Grill Promotion: 1-for-1 Main Course (Sunday to Thursday) | with OCBC Cards

  • Expires 31 March 2020
  • Not valid on eve of and public holidays, and special occasions 
  • More info


Address: Level 2, 1 Unity St, Park Hotel Clarke Quay, Singapore 237983

9. Lobby Lounge, Conrad Centennial

Step into an oasis of old world charm and delicious food right here at Conrad Centennial Singapore. Feast upon a delightful selection of pastries, sandwiches and sweet treats like bagels, freshly baked souffles and more in this afternoon high tea promotion!

Credit: Lobby Lounge, Conrad Centennial

Conrad Lobby Lounge Promotion: 20% off total bill | with Citibank, DBS, OCBC, UOB & Maybank Cards


Address: 2 Temasek Blvd, Conrad Centennial, Singapore 038982

10. Clove, Swissotel the Stamford

Revel in a delightful afternoon or evening right at Clove restaurant with refreshing greenery and natural light and tuck into some of the most exquisite international and local delights. One of the highlights of Clove is a poke bar with a base of quinoa, mixed grains, fresh vegetables topped with tuna or salmon and more. For meat-lovers, there is also a roast live section where you can get your fill of freshly-roasted lamb leg and more!

Credit: Clove, Swissotel the Stamford

Clove, Swissotel Promotion: 1-for-1 lunch and dinner buffet | with DBS/POSB Cards


Address: Level 2, Swissotel the Stamford, 2 Stamford Road, Singapore 178882

11. Orchard Cafe, Orchard Hotel (Lobby)

Expect a fusion of delightful international, western and popular local hawker flavors here at Orchard Cafe! Feast up a storm with freshly-made local food, sushi, roast meats, fresh seafood-on-ice, even satay and more at Orchard Cafe. This is a popular gathering spot, conveniently located at the lobby of Orchard Hotel so do remember to book your table early.

Credit: Orchard Cafe, Orchard Hotel

Promotion: 15% off lunch & dinner buffet | with DBS/POSB Cards


Address: 442 Orchard Road, Orchard Hotel Lobby Level, Singapore 238879

12. Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant, Furama Riverfront Singapore

Savour the best in Halal Indonesian cuisine over a delectable buffet spread with traditional Balinese cuisine and fusion Indonesian fare at Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant.

Enjoy the heat of spicy sambal, wonderful combination of spices and authentic with crowd pleasers like the Mee Soto Ayam, Redang Daging Sumatra, classic favourites like Gado Gado, Rojak and Tahu Telur. Round off the satisfying meal with a bowl (or two) of traditional Chendol!

Credit: Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant, Furama Riverfront Singapore

Promotion: Lunch Buffet at S$29++ / Dinner Buffet at S$31++ per pax | with PAssion Silver, Platinum & Black Cards

  • Expires 31 July 2020
  • PAssion Card/e-Card must be presented upon payment
  • Not valid on Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day eve, Festive Seasons, eve of and on Public Holidays
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Address: 405 Havelock Road Singapore 169633

13. The Square, Furama Riverfront Singapore (Havelock)

The Square presents the best of international culinary gems from flavors of the East and West. With an entourage of dedicated chefs cooking up a storm in the kitchen, you can expect an exquisite dining experience with every bite being flavorful and delicious!

Credit: The Square, Furama Riverfront Singapore

Promotion: Weekday International & Local Lunch Buffet at S$30++ / Weekend Long Lunch at S$32++ / Dinner Buffet at S$35++ per pax | with PAssion Silver, Platinum & Black Cards

  • Expires 31 July 2020
  • PAssion Card/e-Card must be presented upon payment
  • Not valid on Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day eve, Festive Seasons, eve of and on Public Holidays
  • More info


Address: 405 Havelock Road Singapore 169633

14. Carousel, Royal Plaza on Scotts

Credit: Carousel

Go all out at this award-wining Halal buffet at Royal Plaza on Scotts. Carousel serves up an amazing range of international delights from Mediterranean, Asian, Japanese to local favourites such as dim sum and more. Don’t miss out on the fresh sashimi and seafood! All dishes are freshly prepared in its halal-certified kitchens with the finest ingredients. 

TIP: Do book in advance for your seats as Carousel gets booked out really quickly!


Address: Royal Plaza on Scotts, 25 Scotts Road, Singapore 228220

15. Suki-Ya

Suki-Ya offers a heart-warming shabu shabu dining experience at an affordable price. Enjoy a hearty meal with unlimited servings of delicious sliced beef, pork and chicken with popular soup choices including Sukiyaki and Touyu Miso broth. What’s more, there’s a salad bar featuring a huge selection of fresh vegetables giving your meal a healthy touch!

Suki-Ya Promotion: 1-for-1 Shabu Shabu Buffet | with Maybank Cards

  • Expires 31 March 2020
  • Valid from Monday to Thursday, 11.30am – 4pm (60 mins). Last order at 3.30pm
  • Marina Square: Valid on Monday to Thursday, 11.30am to 3pm (60 mins)
  • Suki-Ya KIN Vivocity: Valid from 12pm – 3pm (60 mins) Last order at 2.30pm
  • Offer is not valid at Suki-Ya Plaza Singapura and Bugis+
  • Offer is valid on regular buffet menu only. Offer is not valid on all premium menu, any additional top-ups or ala carte drinks (e.g. beer, sake, water).
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Suki-Ya Promotion: Receive S$10 return voucher with any spend at all Suki-Ya outlets | with Citibank Cards

  • Expires 30 December 2020
  • Limited to one voucher per table, per bill
  • Voucher is valid for dine-in on next visit only, with a min. spend of $60 on total bill, in a single receipt, charged to a Citibank Credit/Debit card. Minimum spend requirement excludes service charge and GST
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  • 4 Tampines Central 5, #B1-02, Tampines Mall, Singapore 529510
  • 6 Raffles Boulevard, #02-183B/C Marina Square, Singapore 039594
  • 112 East Coast Road, #03-04 I12 Katong, Singapore 428802
  • 201 Victoria Street, #04-14/15 Bugis + , Singapore 188067
  • 799 New Upper Changi Road, #03-08/11 Bedok Point, Singapore 467351
  • 68 Orchard Road, #04-63/67 Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
  • 205 Hougang Street 21, #02-08/09 Kovan Heartland Mall, Singapore 530205

Want to find the most suitable dining credit card for yourself? Compare cards here or read our list of best dining credit cards before you decide. If these great buffet deals aren’t enough for you, check out other promotions available!

Four Points by Sheraton Singapore, Riverview-Four Points Eatery

Treat yourself to tantalizing local, Southeast Asian and international cuisine at our lively all-day restaurant with the choice of dining indoors or at the sheltered al fresco dining space overlooking the serenity of the beautiful river. Enjoy delicious breakfasts, extensive à la carte menus and large buffet spreads for the weekend and Sunday brunch.



Family Friendly, Buffet, Takeaway, Dinner


Buffet, Café

Operating Hours

Lunch: Monday – Sunday | 12:00PM – 4:30PM

Dinner: Monday – Sunday | 6:00PM – 10.30PM

*Buffet Lunch: Saturday and Public Holidays 12:00PM – 02:30PM

*Buffet Dinner: Friday, Saturday, Eve of Public Holidays and Public Holidays 06:00PM – 10:00PM

*Buffet Brunch: Sunday 11:30AM – 03:00PM

Due to the pandemic, traditional buffets are replaced by A la carte buffet. 


382 Havelock Road, Singapore 169629

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The unlimited food buffets are the silent heroes we take for granted. They are there when we need to celebrate Mother’s Day or Chinese New Year. They also prevent conflicts from arising when one wants to eat Indian food while the other feels like he loves Japanese food. They give us the opportunity to enjoy all the best in a comfortable environment.

Before we dive into the 20 best Singapore buffets to eat, let’s look at a few factors. Hope this makes your decision-making process easier.

Tips for choosing a place for a buffet

Understanding everyone’s needs

The buffet concept has already satisfied everyone’s desire for a different choice of food. Not really. Remember that if you are walking with a group of people, there are people with different dietary restrictions – for example, halal, gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan.

Check with staff if there is more than 90,021 of one food that suits their dietary preferences. It’s not a good gesture to eat a variety of food while your friend at the table is eating the only vegan dish in the entire restaurant.

Explore the niche of the buffet

With an abundance of buffets and unlimited food choices, each restaurant operator comes up with ways to outshine each other. Consequently, each buffet can be different from each other.

This is good news for us.

For example, the “Triple Three” at Mandarin Orchard International Buffet has a Japanese bias and caters to Japanese food lovers. Halal certified atrium specializes in fine local cuisine.

Also, you can check the customer reviews. Pay close attention to which dishes everyone is delighted with, and you will understand why this particular buffet is so special.

Choose an ambience to match the mood of your buffet

In our article on furniture stores and painting services, we briefly touched on how color and design will affect your mood.

Ask yourself the following questions:

  • What is the purpose of this buffet? To celebrate a big event? To celebrate a special anniversary just for the two of you?
  • How do you want to feel? Cozy and calm? Optimistic?

Different restaurants have different decor. For example, if your group of friends likes to take a break from strenuous gazing at their devices, check out the Lime of Parkroyal Collection, Pickering. Its biophilic design is a tonic essential for any emaciated eye.Dinner there will make you feel like you are in the exquisite garden of the future.

For a taste of old Spain, try Don Quijote in Dempsey.

View restaurant photos and compare them with customer reviews to make sure there is no catfish in the description.

Stay tuned for specials

There is no shortage of specials in our food-obsessed country. To get started, check out the personalized payment benefits that your credit card offers.

In addition, there are also apps like Chope, Eatigo, The Entertainer and Fave that offer competitive buffet deals.

If you are trying to save money, choose the buffet lunch instead of dinner. A lunch buffet is usually easier in your wallet.

* Please note that the following timings may change after the circuit breaker.


Carousel Buffet Restaurant at Royal Plaza on Scotts (Halal)


  • 7 open concept kitchens including Chinese, Indian, Japanese and Mediterranean.
  • 4 dining sections – living room, state rooms, veranda and terrace.
  • French grill.
  • 4 different dessert sections.
  • A wide variety of fresh seafood is available at the seafood counter.
  • For the 7th year in a row, Best Restaurant – Buffet in Singapore at the AsiaOne People’s Choice Awards.
  • Festive song and dance performance courtesy of the restaurant staff.
  • S $ 35 ++ (weekday, breakfast)
  • S $ 35 ++ (weekend, breakfast)
  • S $ 58 ++ (weekday, lunch)
  • S $ 68 ++ (weekend, lunch)
  • S $ 42 ++ (weekday, afternoon snack)
  • S $ 48 ++ (weekend, afternoon tea)
  • S $ 80 ++ (weekday, dinner)
  • S $ 88 ++ (weekend, dinner)


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25 Scotts Rd, Royal Plaza, Singapore 228220


+65 6219 3780
Opening hours
  • 6.30-10.00 (breakfast)
  • 12:00 – 14:00 (lunch)
  • 15:30 – 17:30 (afternoon snack)
  • 18:30 – 21:30 (dinner)

Review 1

“Awesome dessert.My friends and I liked the dessert the most. Other food was so so … the waiter and waitress were very polite despite the crowd they encountered. “- Chua Jinxing

Review 2

” Great for meetings. Good food, friendly staff and good meeting place.
Large selection of food, variety of foods and desserts and cakes taste good. Food well spread out and already worth the money. will visit again in the near future. “- Lele

Review 3

“One of the best buffet tables for an afternoon snack. There were quite a few considering it was afternoon tea. Would have liked more desserts, although the sushi and main courses were satisfactory. Pleasant atmosphere. “- Jazzz


Lime in the Parkroyal collection, Pickering (vegetarian options available)


  • Lush green decor “hotel in the garden”.
  • Wide variety of local, regional and international dishes.
  • Plant-based à la carte dishes for vegetarians.
  • S $ 88 ++ (Sunday lunch)
  • S $ 60 ++ (Sunday to Thursday dinner)
  • S78 ++ (Friday and Saturday dinner)



3 Upper Pickering St Singapore 058289


9000 680988

Hours of Operation

Lunch Buffet:

  • Monday to Friday: 12.00 to 14.30
  • Saturday: 12:00 to 14:30
  • Sunday Brunch: 12:30 to 15:30.

Dinner Buffet:

  • Sunday – Thursday: 18:30 – 21:00
  • Friday to Saturday: 18:30 to 22:30.

Overview 1

“Excellent quality food and service. I brought my wife to celebrate our anniversary. We expected a good buffet and WOW the food was great.My wife loved the Assam signature fish and the desserts they had.
What’s more, their service exceeded our expectations from any buffet restaurant we have been to. Not only did they get my bouquet of flowers and keep them in the refrigerator, they specially prepared a wonderful anniversary dessert. Special greetings to Wen Qiang, Ryan and the team, they made special arrangements to make our night special.

Overall the team was polite, cleaned tables quickly, the service was great and we are confident that every guest felt cared for.Kudos to Lime Team and would definitely recommend a delicious meal for any occasion! “- Albert Cook

Review 2

” Relaxing dinner. We have a relaxing buffet dinner tonight here at Parkroyal @ Lime. Unknowingly, we got the best seats here.

My favorites were their west station and their own style chocolate fruit (very fresh and high quality) that we kept buying! 10/10 will come again when I have money and time!

And thanks to the friendly staff who served us well….

I can’t remember all the names, but in particular thanks to Ryan, Fallini, Asiraf, of course thanks to all the chefs who prepare this delicious meal. ” – Fanny

Overview 3

“I had a buffet lunch at Lime on Monday afternoon. The variety of food served was sufficient for a weekday lunch buffet. It was an international spread with roast beef, seafood, local specialties and great desserts.

I would really like to thank the staff working in the restaurant, they were very efficient making sure our drinks were full and our plates were cleaned. always check if we need anything. The whole experience was wonderful. Excellent service and food. Dad had a memorable birthday. Will definitely come back again. ” – Ellegm


Buffet City (Halal)


  • Affordable buffet for the whole family.
  • 8 stations – Asian wok fries, deep fried, dim sum, local, Italian, Korean, Japanese sushi and dessert.
  • Holiday promotions available, such as Chinese New Year boat buffet and Christmas party.
  • Adult: S $ 26.80 ++ ++
  • Children: S $ 17.80 ++ (4-12 years old and below 1.2 m)
  • Seniors: From S $ 22.80 (age 55 and over)


101 Cantonment Road # 01-04, Tanjong Pagar Civic Club, Singapore 089774


+65 64109084

Hours of Operation

  • Lunch: 11:30 – 15:00
  • Dinner: 17:30 – 21:30.

Review 1

“I have to say that given the variety of Buffet City food on offer in their buffet lines, this is the best, most delicious and worthy buffet in town.The price is very reasonable and the buffet has both international food and free steamers, eat whatever you can eat. Appreciate the effort and freshness they put in! “- Kairul

Review 2

” This place was amazing. The staff were especially memorable in helping us with the restaurant. We didn’t expect to create our own soup plate, but it was amazing. They have everything you could wish for bean sprouts.I would go back. Thank you all. “- Dion Gamble

Review 3

” Great food and get ready for soup because they bring your broth to the table and allow you to cook meat, noodles and vegetables in it, which was really cool. ”- David McDaniel



Melt World Café at Mandarin Oriental


      from all over the world.
    • In the outdoor BBQ area, you can grill foods such as seafood, pork legs, wagyu beef, lamb rack, satay, sausages and mushrooms.
    • The Asian cuisine section features “Noodles of the Day”.
    • Sunday brunch buffet with unlimited champagne.
  • Weekday Lunch (Mon-Sat): S $ 68 ++
  • Sunday Brunch Buffet: S $ 108 ++ (alcohol excluded)
  • Sunday Brunch Buffet (with free champagne): S $ 158 ++
  • Dinner Buffet (Sun-Wed): 82 ++ S $ 90,048
  • Dinner Buffet (Thu-Sat): 88 ++ Singapore Dollars


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5 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039797


+65 68853500

Hours of Operation

Daily :

  • 12:00 – 14:30 (lunch)
  • 18:30 – 9:30 (dinner)
  • 12:00 – 15:00 (Sunday Champagne Brunch)

Overview 1

Saturday Lunch Buffet Overview: Lobsters and oysters are replenishing quickly.The staff are interactive and attentive. Smiley and easy approach. From an environmental point of view, renovation may be required. Nostalgic feeling. Grand but old hotel. Distribution is not competitive. Maybe it is worth revising and comparing with neighboring hotels. This is a good place, but not a place for me to repeat. But try the chicken “rice” – the ginger taste and alluring smell made it great! “- Helena Ong

Review 2

” Enjoyed a great buffet lunch on Saturday with my spouse.Oysters and shrimp are fresh and replenished frequently. The cakes (especially the Melt Signature chocolate) available as desserts are amazing. I will come again. ” – Neville Louis

Review 3

“My wife and I came here for her birthday to have their buffet dinner and it couldn’t be better!

World class food from Chef Santosh and his team. You can choose from a huge variety of Asian dishes with their Indian flagship selection, or devote yourself to an amazing seafood table!

For dessert, they have a great selection of fruits, ice cream, chocolate and local delicacies!

Apart from the food, the service was top notch, we have never felt so welcome and “at home” in another restaurant before! It’s amazing!

If you’ve been here before, visit again! If you are thinking of coming here, do it! And if you have other plans, rearrange and come here, you will not be disappointed!

Best wishes from Sweden! »- Jack Nicklasson



Royal Palm @ Orchid Country Club (Halal)


  • 1 “from S $ 47.08 net.A great option for get-togethers.
  • A wide variety of local and international dishes are available.
  • The restaurant offers scenic views of the pool.
  • Weekday Lunch 1 to 1: S $ 47.08 net.
  • 1-to-1 buffet dinner on weekdays: S $ 57.55 net.
  • Weekend lunch buffet 1 to 1 (Saturday, Sunday and public holidays): S $ 57.55 net.
  • Weekend 1-to-1 Buffet Dinner: (Friday to Sunday, Eve & Holidays) S $ 41.20 net.
  • Children ages 3-7: S $ 17.66.



1 Orchid Club Road, # 01-21 / 22, Social Clubhouse,
Orchid Country Club, Singapore 769162


+65 65552165

+65 9118 5967 / + 65 9222 0144 (booked on WhatsApp) 9005


  • Lunch: 12:00 – 14:30
  • Dinner: 18:30 – 22:00

Review 1

“The restaurant offers a special 1 to 1 promotion “For lunch and dinner” buffet “.The food is halal, you can enjoy with your Muslim friends to collect. The level of goods on offer has improved significantly since I came here 3 months ago for the lunch buffet. They have a seafood section offering shrimp, flower crabs and mussels. The shrimps were fresh. The dessert section now offers ice cream cups. ” – Chua Mui Sher

Review 2

“The staff at the entrance greeted me warmly.We were there to post a deposit for tomorrow’s dinner. We have reserved 50 places for our friends. We were escorted to a buffet table, and we quickly imagine what to expect from breakfast. We really liked the layout. Very luxurious and well decorated. ” – Mohd Radzi

Review 3

“Such a nice place to relax and enjoy a meal with our loved ones” – Yonovo Skii.


Carvery at Alexander Park Hotel


  • Singapore’s first specialized meat restaurant with carved stations for roast beef fried chicken and pork.
  • Freshly cooked wood-fired pizza.
  • Lunch (daily): S $ 44 (adults), S $ 22 (children)
  • Weekday dinner (Monday through Thursday): S $ 60 (adults) S $ 30 (children)
  • Weekend dinner (Friday to Sundays): S $ 65 (adults), S $ 32 (children)


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Level 7 Park Hotel Alexandra 323, Alexandra Rd, Singapore 159972


Opening hours


Lunch :

  • 12:00 to 14:30 (buffet à la carte)
  • 12:00 to 15:00 (à la carte)

Dinner :

Review 1

“This service was impeccable.The food is fresh and carefully presented. The cutlery and ambiance are perfect. The prices are affordable. Highly recommended “- Kaexc22

Review 2

” The chicken was perfect brine, the lamb and beef were delicious. All the food there was good. Maybe besides pizza. The crust was hard and the pizza was too cold. But you can’t be picky as the rest of the food was delicious. As for the price, I would return regularly. “- Christian Fong

Review 3

“I never regretted ordering trout. Great atmosphere and food, whether it’s a family dinner or a date! Meats such as steaks, chicken and fish are cooked to perfection! Highly recommended for all meeting lovers! “- Jolene Tay


Shangri-La Hotel Line


  • The hotel has 16 theater kitchens, visitors can see the chef play live.
  • Showcasing a variety of local and international dishes.
  • One of the best local buffet restaurants.
  • Highlights include seafood on ice, stews (Asian and Western), dim sum, fresh salads and soups, a selection of cheeses and desserts (local and international).
  • Lunch Buffet (weekday): S $ 65 (adult), S $ 32 (child)
  • Lunch buffet (Saturday): S $ 75 (adult), S $ 37 (child)
  • Sunday Champagne Brunch: S $ 108 for adults (includes unlimited soft drinks and juices)
  • Sunday Champagne Brunch: S $ 158 for adults (includes unlimited champagne, Selected wines, beers, soft drinks and juices)
  • Sunday Champagne Brunch: S $ 54 per child (includes unlimited soft drinks and juices)
  • Dinner Buffet (Monday, Wednesday and Sunday): S $ 80 (adult) S $ 40 (child)
  • Dinner Buffet (Friday and Saturday): S $ 95 (adult), S $ 47 (child)
  • Tuesday: Sea tax: S $ 98 for adults (includes unlimited soft drinks, beer, juices, coffee and tea)
  • Tuesday: Sea tax : S $ 49 per child (includes unlimited soft drinks and juices)
  • Thursday: Sea Tax: S $ 98 for adults (includes unlimited soft drinks, beer, juices, coffee and tea)
  • Thursday: Sea Tax: S $ 49 per child (includes unlimited soft drinks and juices)


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22 Orange Grove Rd, Lower Lobby, Tower Wing, Singapore 258350


Opening hours

  • Buffet breakfast:
    6.00 – 10.30 (Monday to Friday)
    6:00 – 11:00 (Saturday, Sunday and public holidays )
  • Lunch buffet:
    12.00 – 14.30 (Monday to Sunday)
  • Dinner Buffet:
    18:00 – 22:00 (Monday to Sunday)
  • A la carte:
    6.00 – 23.00 (Monday to Sunday )

Review 1

“Wide selection, delicious dessert! As usual, I enjoyed my buffet, not for the first time, but certainly not for the last time! This time Miss New really gave good recommendations for good: D “- Shypixie

Review 2

” Great service.I went to The Line with friends. The food is good and the service is great, especially Bikash provided great service with a surprised birthday cake. Thank you for Bikasha’s service to make our night wonderful. Your health. “- Prabash

Review 3

” Good food, good service with social distancing measures.

There were good explanations from the manager regarding the distance between the guest tables.

Excellent service from the new staff, who did his best to make it comfortable for me and my wife.

Had a great time together, having spent our 12th anniversary here. ” – K4930TOJC


Sakura International Buffet (Halal)


  • different parts of the world.
  • Japanese corner offering a wide variety of sushi, sashimi, teppanyaki, tempura and tawanmushi.
  • Do-it-yourself station where you can create your own laksha.
  • Monday to Thu: S $ 28 ++ (adult), S $ 20.90 ++ (retired), S $ 13.90 ++ (child)
  • Fri, Sat, Sun and Mon: $ 31 ++ (adult), $ 23.90 ++ (senior citizen) | $ 14.90 ++ (Child)

* Child price applies to children between 91cm and 130cm tall.

* Children 90 cm and below can dine for free.

* Senior prices are valid for people over 60 years old.

* Prices may vary depending on outlets.

  • Admiralty Park, 31 Riverside Road, (S) 739087
  • Park Clementi Woods, 93A Clementi Road, (S) 129781
  • East City Center, 1 Pasir Ris Close # 02-02, (S) 519599
  • SAFRA Jurong Club, 333 Boon Lay Way # 2B-01, (S) 649848
  • Io Chu Kang Stadium, 210 Ang Mo Kio Avenue, 9 # 01-208


  • +65 6368 8197 (Admiralty Park)
  • +65 6474 8197 (Clementi Woods)
  • +65 6755 8197 (East Center)
  • +65 6760 8197 (Jurong)
  • +65 67548197 (Io Chu Kan)

Opening hours

Admiralty Park, Clementi, Jurong and Io Chu Kang: 90 012

  • Daily: 12:00 to 14:30
  • Daily: 18.00 – 21.30

City Center East:

  • Mon – Thu: 12:00 – 15:00
  • Mon – Thu: 18.00 – 22.00
  • Fri: 12-15
  • Fri: 17.30 – 22.00
  • Sat, Sun and Mon: 11:30 – 15:30
  • Sat, Sun and Mon: 17.30 – 22.00
  • PH Eve: 11:30 – 15:30
  • PH Eve: 17.30 – 22.00

Overview 1

“We went here for lunch one Sunday.The place is well lit and they have large seating tables. They even have a stew section where you can select vegetables / seafood and cook them on your own table. Don’t expect first class fresh seafood because the prawns were a disappointment the day we went. We give two thumbs up for the sago pomelo dessert and durian pengat. They should do something about the cleanliness of the closet next to the drinks and pizza section. ” – Fadilla

Review 2

“Our quality has dropped, although the spread is good.Not really value for money. We still walk because it is halal. ” – Pohllinh

Review 3

“From Japanese to Malay cuisine, not to mention Western dishes and desserts. I also like cold food. ” – Ida N.


J65 @ Hotel Jen Tanglin


  • Special theme nights like seafood barbecue and beer (on Mondays) and lobster roll “N” (on Wednesdays).
  • A range of delicious local cuisine is also on offer.



1A Cuscaden Rd, Level 1 Hotel Jen, Singapore 249716


+65 68314374

Opening hours

6.30 – 23.00

Review 1

“Always enjoy the seafood buffet. Lots of fresh lobster and shrimp. Chili and crab sauce is also available. Wonderful buffet. “- Mark

Review 2

” The buffet is always a good idea when you don’t know what to eat … bye. Once in the buffet area, you check each section and taste and rate each menu, that is, depending on your type of diet.The J65 at Jen Tanglin offers an excellent buffet. Really nice / friendly and cozy place to eat freshly prepared food and a good place to socialize! “- Feng Sang

Review 3

” The buffet is not bad here, but there was not much to choose from! The quality was good! “- Wilfred


Triple Three at Mandarin Oriental


  • International buffet specializing in Japanese cuisine.
  • A wide variety of North Indian food is also on offer.
  • Live cooking stations where the chef showcases his talents.
  • Lunch Buffet: Monday – Saturday: USD 78 ++ per adult; $ 28 ++ per child (6-12 years old)
  • Sunday family lunch: $ 118 ++ per adult, $ 48 ++ per child (6-12 years old). Add $ 45 ++ for 2 hours of complimentary bottling of Chandon Brut sparkling wine.
  • Dinner Buffet (Sunday – Thursday): USD 88 ++ per adult, USD 33 ++ per child (6-12 years old)
  • Dinner Buffet (Friday and Saturday): 108 ++ USD per adult, USD 48 ++ per child (6-12 years old)

* DBS / POSB / UOB credit card holders can enjoy 1 to 1 benefits. Accept the terms.


Level 5, Mandarin Orchard Singapore. 333 Orchard Road, Singapore 238867


+65 68316271

Hours of operation

  • Breakfast (daily): 6.30-10.00
  • Lunch (from Monday to Saturday): from 12.00 to 14.30.
  • Lunch (Sunday): 12.00 – 15.00
  • Dinner (daily): 18.30 – 22.00

Review 1

“Delicious food and good service. The waitresses are lovely and kind. However, it is a little more expensive. ” – Lynn

Review 2

“Value for money if you come on a weekday lunch break and when they have a 1 to 1 promotion. Parking is free if you spend over $ 100 , I believe. Suitable for short / long breaks and festive mood.They have a good selection of Japanese / Western / Chinese and even Indian. I want to have a bigger stomach to taste everything. ” – Kwang Hui Soo

Review 3

“Thank you for the Triple Three team! They rewarded me for the decision to bring my wife here for her birthday (we were pleasantly surprised by the birthday cake presented to us) while we finished eating their sumptuous buffet. I would definitely recommend this place and plan to come back again! »- Brian


Straits Kitchen in Grand Hyatt (Halal)


  • 6 different products which offers a wide selection of gourmet local street food.
  • Live theatrical performances of chefs in action.
  • Ideal for families with its homely and comfortable environment.
  • Lunch Buffet: S $ 45 ++ (adult) and S $ 25 ++ (child)
  • Dinner Buffet: S $ 55 ++ ( adult), SGD 30 ++ (child)


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Address Lobby Level, Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road, S228211


(65) 6732 1234

Hours of Operation

  • Weekdays: 12:00 to 14:30, 18:30 to 22:30.
  • Weekends and holidays: 12:30 – 15:00, 18:30 – 22:30.

Review 1

“They have the best roast duck of any buffet restaurant in Singapore !! The duck skin is crispy and the meat is tender, fresh and aromatic !! Ask to order a roast duck for 5 people and then eat the whole plate yourself !! Their Briyani and Butter Chicken are also better than almost every other buffet in town. “- Jeremy Wong

Review 2

“Good selection of Malay, Indian and Singaporean delicacies. What is missing is the snacks. They were all main courses and quite satisfying. It’s good for seafood lovers who also enjoy chili shrimp and crab. ” – Beverly Ho

Review 3

“Delicious food. Great service. My staff had dinner here.Everyone liked it ”- Mohd Ismail.


Ginger at Parkroyal on Beach Road


  • International Buffet.
  • Live cooking station that lets you choose fish to be cooked in Curry Fish Head or Hong Kong style.
  • Live Carving Station
  • Specialties include Hainanese Chicken Rice, DIY Kyuh Tie, Black Pepper Crab and Chili Crab.
  • Lunch (Monday to Friday): S $ 34.
  • Lunch (Saturday and Sunday): S $ 58
  • Dinner (Monday-Sunday): S $ 58.


7500 Beach Road Singapore 199591


+65 65055710

Opening Hours

  • Breakfast : 6:00 – 10:30 …
  • Lunch : 12:00 – 14:30
  • Dinner : 18:00 – 22:00

Review 1

“There is quite a wide selection of good food, the quality is definitely there is! Sushi is good, but their seafood is best so they are worth it!

Good service and pleasant atmosphere! “- Brian Tan

Review 2

” Great buffet with loved ones like black pepper crabs, butter lobsters, sea bass, satay.Fresh food, good variety, value for money “- Jerry Hee

Review 3

” Unlimited ice lobsters, other delicious seafood such as mussels, shrimp and shellfish, and a wide variety of dishes local cuisine and cuisine of the strait. 4 stars: it lacks unique taste and aroma, after dinner the food is just average. Hope there is a change in the receipt. Overall good service and reasonable prices for the buffet.”- Gregory


Aquamarine in Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay (Halal)


  • Paradise for seafood lovers with an endless stream premium crabs, fresh sashimi, juicy French black mussels, live steamed shrimp and more
  • Live roasting stations
  • Special events featuring guest chefs from around the world.
  • Daily Lunch Buffet: S $ 60 ++ for adults, S $ 30 ++ for children (6-12 years old)
  • Dinner Buffet at weekdays (Monday to Thursday): S $ 73 ++ for adults, S $ 36 ++ for children (6-12 years old)
  • Weekend Buffet Dinner (Fri-Sun): S $ 83 ++ USD 41 ++ for children (6-12 years old)


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Address Level 4, Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay. 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594


+65 6845 1111

Opening Hours

Daily : : 9005

  • 12.00 – 14.30 –
  • 22.00

Overview 1

“The hall was quite spacious and accommodated a lot of visitors, but in the end it got crowded anyway as several companies / groups were dining too.Their seafood selection was good, the sushi bar was the place where most of the people lined up. Their salmon sashimi was fresh. The selection of fruits and desserts was good too, but my favorite was their creamy cauliflower curry soup, I had seconds. The location was pleasant as you can see the interior of the Mandarin Hotel and part of the cityscape. Overall the food quality and selection are good. I give it 5 stars because I think nothing distinguishes this restaurant from other buffet restaurants. “- Adrian

Review 2

“Overall a good experience, the staff were attentive, I wish there were more options and better quality seafood in the food. The quality of the food is so-so for the price. ” – Toby

Obzor 3

“Great dinner place for large groups, very friendly and helpful staff, great selection of seafood.” – Mus


Princess Terrace Cafe at Copthorne King’s (Halal)


  • Known for serving buffet “Penang has been around for almost 4 decades.
  • Be sure to try Penang Hokkien Prawn Mee Soup, Keraba Tang Hoon, Char Kway Teow, Penang Assam, Laksa Nasi Ulam and many more.
  • Environmentally friendly business practices by avoiding the use of plastic straws and serving shark fin soup.
  • Lunch: S $ 51.80 ++ (Mon-Thu), S $ 53.80 ++ (Sat & Sun)
  • Dinner: S $ 55.80 ++ USD (Mon – Thu), 58.80 ++ Singapore Dollars (Sat & Sun)


https: //

403 Havelock Road Singapore 169632


+65 67330011

Opening hours

  • Weekend lunch (Sat and Sun): 1st place – from 12.00 to 13.30, second place – from 13.45 to 15.00.
  • Dinner buffet on weekends (Sat and Sun): 1st place – 18:00 to 20:00 2nd place – 20:00 to 22:00

Obzor 1

” The quality of the RMB buffet has improved significantly.Being literally a spoiled choice, I recommend focusing on hard-to-find dishes: pig stomach and pepper soup, fish paste soup, duck leg mee sua soup, fried porridge. As for dessert, try apom balik. ”

Review 2

“Expensive but very good buffet in Penang Nyonya with lots of authentic #LocalStreetFood traditional food, more choice and variety than anywhere else.
Popiah, Kuih Pitee, Assam Laksa, Penang Hokkien Prawn Mee, MeeSuah duck, TaoPok, Rojak, Nasi Kunyit, Gulai ayam, pork stomach soup, salty duck vegetable soup, raki, mi goreng, CharKuracayTeangai fish , braised pork, ice cold kakang, chendol, apambalik and more … Make sure you are very hungry !!! Reserve in advance !! “- Alex

Review 3

” Went there for a buffet in Penang.While I cannot say that this is the quality of Gurney Drive, I can say that it is the best thing to get on a plane to fly to Penang to eat. The food is definitely good and my friend and I enjoyed it. We’ll be back! “- Richard


Alley 25 at Andaz Singapore – Hyatt Concept


  • Heaven ”with a view of the picturesque city landscape.
  • Known for its lazy semi-buffet breakfast on weekends and public holidays. The breakfast buffet is served in three parts of the restaurant – Icehaus, The Green Oven and Smoke & Pepper.
  • Free wines, beers and bar snacks are served at the Kitchen Night Party Wednesday through Thursday.
  • Wednesday to Thursday Kitchen Party: SGD 50 per person.Includes light wines, beers and bar snacks.
  • Lazy breakfast on weekends and holidays: S $ 50 ++ per person. Includes complimentary Alley on 25’s breakfast and one à la carte menu. Additional SGD 50 ++ for prosecco, spritz, wine and beer. Half the price for children 6-12 years old, and free for children under 6 years old.
  • Daily afternoon tea S $ 48 ++ per person. Includes a picnic basket with two typhin containers filled with sweet and savory treats, plus one cocktail / non-alcoholic cocktail of the day.

Address 5 Fraser St, Level 25 Singapore 189354


+65 64081288

Hours of Operation

  • Wednesday to Thursday Kitchen Party: 18:00 – 21:00 …
  • Lazy breakfast on weekends and holidays: 12:00 – 14:30.
  • Daily Afternoon Tea : 15:00 – 17:00

Review 1

“We loved our free afternoon tea thanks to the helpful staff, great food and wonderful atmosphere. Everything is so fresh and tasty, thoughtful and simply amazing. The bun cream was amazing. ” – Polina

Review 2

“On New Years we had a wonderful afternoon snack in the restaurant“ Alleya 25 ”.The food was of the highest quality and the atmosphere was modern and clean yet very cozy. An ideal place to spend time with your loved ones. The prices are quite high so less about this place and also about the staff who don’t really communicate with their guests. For example, during an afternoon snack, you would like the staff to ask if you like the food. Or maybe you need some more tea. If it improves, this restaurant can really give you a more personal experience, and then it will be a five-star rating. “- Wieste Theeuwen

Review 3

“Tried a lazy breakfast on Sunday afternoon. You can order one main course and enjoy a buffet breakfast. There is a good selection of buffets. What I liked the most was the pleasant atmosphere around the restaurant. From here there is a beautiful view of the center of Singapore. The restaurant also has free parking, although parking on Sunday is $ 3.75. ” – Mo Iggy Lo

local cuisine.

  • Highlights include seafood on ice, assorted sushi, cold whole salmon with assorted sambals.
  • Live Stations include Chicken / Lamb Satay, Roti Prata, Traditional Singapore Ice Cream, Live Noodle Station serving Chef Chua Yu Hock’s signature lax.
  • Serves festive buffet meals such as Easter and Ramadan Iftar.
  • Company

    Atrium Restaurant at Holiday Inn Atrium (Halal)


    • Lunch – S $ 34.13 per person (Monday to Friday).
    • Seafood Dinner – S $ 45.90 net per person (UP S $ 91.81 net, Sun-Thu), S $ 49.43 net per person (UP S $ 98.87 net, Friday, Saturday and PH )
    • Local afternoon snack – S $ 37.66 per person (S $ 75.33 net, Saturday, Sunday and PH)


    https: //singaporeatrium.holidayinn. com / Atrium-Buffet-Restaurant

    317 Outram Rd Singapore 169075


    +65 31382150

    Opening hours

    • Lunch (12:00 – 14:30)
    • Seafood Dinner (18:30 – 22:30)
    • Local Snack (12:00 – 15:30)

    Review 1

    “I love the interior design of hotels: simple and modern.I rate 5 stars as the hotel really cares about the user experience: cleanliness, room lighting, pillow menu, empty minibar by default (request replenished on request), comfortable bathroom. The breakfast is not plentiful, but the quality is good. For your convenience, there is a small shopping area at the side gates of the hotel. There I also saw the elevator leading to the conference rooms and beautiful girls who came in at night, but I didn’t have time to check. ” – Truong Newgen Xuan

    Review 2

    “Loves the variety of food available.Good Hainan chicken rice. There are briyani, rendang, prata, smoked salmon, seafood on ice, shaving ice. Very helpful staff, the food was refilled very quickly. ” – Anna

    Review 3

    “Variety of calculations! Nice and cozy place ”- Sze Law


    Don Quixote


    • from more than 16 types of dishes to choose from.
    • Popular dishes include ollitos de esparragos y beicon (asparagus in bacon ), homemade pollo al chilindrone (simmered chicken ) and croquetas con jamon (Spanish ham croquettes).
    • 38 ++ Singapore Dollars (with juice and soft drinks)
    • 58 ++ Singapore Dollars (with beer, wine and sangria)
    • S $ 69 ++ (any combination drinks including sangria )
    • S $ 19 ++ (children)


    https: //
    Address Blk 7 Dempsey Road, # 01-02, Singapore 249671


    +65 64762811

    Hours work

    11.00 – 14.30 (buffet times on Saturday, Sunday and holidays)

    Review 1

    “Nice atmosphere. Good service.Decent food. Free flow of wine, beer and sangria for S $ 58. Not cheap but ok value for a tipsy afternoon breakfast. Overall, it’s nice. – Andy Chua

    Review 2

    “Nice place for tapas in Dempsey Hill. We ordered croquettes, mushrooms, eggplant, small squid, and fried milk for dessert. Everything was fine except for the fried milk dessert, which we consider to be a big omission.Service can be a little slow at times, so I hope they get better. ” – Yu Wai

    Review 3

    “I love this place. Great service .. lovely atmosphere and free parking. The food is delicious and will be back again! “- R.R. Lee


    Grand Hyatt Oasis


    • Offers outdoor dining by the pool.
    • The Sunday through Thursday buffet includes Spencer Gulf shrimp, iron steak, lamb and rosemary sausages, a variety of fresh and healthy salads and more.
    • Fridays and Saturdays buffet for seafood on ice and Mongolian grill.
    Pricing S $
    • S $ 88 (Adults, Prosecco, Tiger beer, red and white wines, margaritas and soft drinks) S $
    • 68 ++ juices)
    • S $ 48 (child 5-12)


    https: //
    Address 10 Scotts Rd, Grand Hyatt, Singapore 228211


    +65 67381234


    17:30 – 21:00 (daily)

    Review 1

    “Excellent laxa in a resort environment on Orchard Road. Recently went to the Oasis to just have lunch with the whole family and their new laksha finished them shocked.Consulted with the staff and one of their chefs said it was a new recipe. The gravy was lemak! Laksa pasta is homemade and you can taste dried shrimp that has been coarsely grated, as opposed to factory-made pasta, which is completely watery. The serving was very generous and included organic large shrimp, shelled for easy consumption. The only minor flaw was the taupoc, which was not stewed so tastelessly.Otherwise, it was a very satisfying bowl of coconut goodness, surrounded by beautiful landscape and the sound of water. A great way to enjoy spicy laksha in hot Singaporean weather and at a reasonable price! “- Nariko

    Obzor 2

    ” Nice environment. Located by the pool, Oasis offers a tranquil environment where you can relax and enjoy your meal. Oasis, a grill restaurant, serves decent steaks and seafood.They also have a weekly BBQ buffet and even free drinks. However, I think the prices are a little overpriced. ” – Nele G.

    Review 3

    “Decent grilled food and drinks. A poolside restaurant serving seafood and grilled meats. Alo margaritas in unlimited quantities! Seems like the perfect spot for predators and alcohol lovers. Hyatt’s service staff meet the high standards found at Straits Kitchen and Mezza9.A similar attentive and friendly service was demonstrated at Oasis. We were given a table pretty close to the pool along with many rounds of salted magarita (which were sometimes a little or too heavy with salt). BBQ choices were your usual suspects shrimp, squid, fish, beef, sausages and more. Except that some of the grilled dishes turned out to be a little tough and tasteless. Not for the faint of heart. The atmosphere was relaxing and at night the view was even more romantic with the pool and lighting. “- Cheryl


    Grand Copthorn Waterfront Food Capital, Singapore


    • Offers outdoor seating view of the Singapore river.
    • Live radio stations with performances by chefs.
    • Signatures include waterfront laksa (weekends only), tandoor-baked naan, farm-raised grilled chicken, and oven-baked strip sirloin with premium red wine Jus.
    • Lunch – S $ 75.33 for 2 people (S $ 150.66 net, Monday to Friday), S $ 78.39 for 2 people (S $ 156.78 Net $, Saturdays & Sundays)
    • Dinner (6:30 pm – 10:30 pm) – S $ 89.45 net for 2 people (S $ 178.90 net, Monday through Thursday), S $ 98.87 net for 2 people (S $ 197.74 net, Friday to Sunday)


    https: //
    Address 392 Havelock Rd, Singapore 169663


    +65 62331100

    Opening hours

    • Lunch : 12:00 – 14:30
    • Dinner : 18:30 – 22:30.

    Review 1

    “We went to a festive buffet table with friends.An excellent value for money restaurant with a wide selection of food. From local Chinese, Indians, Japanese and Westerners. The staff are attentive and always pleasant. I went during the holiday period so the price is a bit higher but I am still good for the price compared to other places. Will be back again “- Schnitzer Ang

    Review 2

    ” Decent buffet at a good price after the promotion. The speed is ok, but the quality is good. Sashimi fresh and sliced ​​when ordering.Tempura is fried locally, but shrimp is also cooked quickly. Other meat dishes are also well prepared. Overall, we have a good dinner. ” – Boon Kiat Ng

    Review 3

    “Good buffet, lots of local food and outdoor area, prices are quite high, but if you have credit card or app promotions you can get up to 50%. All in all had a great experience and especially a good selection of desserts. Be sure to try their ice cream, I think it’s freshly made.Close to town, so not bad. If you love a buffet table and love desserts, this place should be visited at least once. If you are driving, parking is not cheap, so be prepared to pay parking fees. ” – Yuki


    Kubilai Khan Mongolian BBQ and International Seafood Buffet


    • Ready to eat seafood.
    • Multiple stations including Mongolian BBQ, sushi & cold dishes, seafood on ice, DIY laksa station and more.
    • Lunch on weekdays (Mon-Thu): $ 18 (adult), $ 12 (children 110 to 140 cm), $ 17 (students / seniors over 60 and over)
    • Weekday dinner: $ 29 (adult), $ 16.80 (children 110-140 cm tall), $ 24.80 (students / seniors 60 and older)
      Weekend lunch: $ 20 (adult), $ 14 (children between 110 and 140 cm tall), $ 19 (students / seniors 60 and older)
    • Weekend Dinner: $ 30.80 (adult), $ 17.80 (children height from 110 to 140 cm), $ 26.80 (students / seniors 60 and older).

    Address 6 Eu Tong Sen Street (Yellow Zone), Clarke Quay Central, Singapore 059817


    +65 63344888

    Opening hours

    • 11.30 – 15.00 ( lunch )
    • 18:00 – 22:00 ( dinner )

    Review 1

    “1) Atmosphere: 5 stars
    2) Value for money: 4 stars
    3) Choice of food: 4 stars
    4) Customer service: 5 stars” – Azri

    Review 2

    “Quite a good selection of food.Great taste, especially the Mongolian BBQ dish where you can watch the chef prepare the barbecue with the ingredients of your choice. ” – Andy Chen

    Review 3

    “Nice grilled buffet in town. Maybe they just need to add a few more food options. The place is good and the price is so affordable. ”

    Available buffets in Singapore below $ 16 ++

    Listed below are the available buffets below $ 16 ++ ($ 18.83) that have been identified and grouped by cuisine category.

    $ 90 076 16 ++

    Buffet Category

    List of Snacks

    Price / Person (Adult)

    Korean Food Korean Kebab Ssikkek 14 , $ 90 net
    Maru Korean BBQ $ 14 ++
    Daessixin Korean BBQ US $ 14.90++
    I’m KIM Korean BBQ + I’m KIM Junior $ 14.90 ++
    Danji Korean BBQ Buffet $ 15 ++
    Oppa BBQ
    Japanese Food ShabuSai $ 14.99 ++
    Teowchew Cuisin $ 12.90 +
    Indian Food Prata Corner / Al Jasra US $ 7.90US net
    Mogul Mahal US $ 12 net
    Greenleaf Cafe US $ 15 net
    Thai food Thai coal US $ 13.90 net
    Marijuana Addiction US $ 15.90 ++

    Clarification: The above fees are for weekday lunches. Charges reflected until August 20, 2020.However, given the current COVID-19 situation, circumstances may be less certain at this time. Please confirm separately with each restaurant.

    Available Korean Buffet below USD 16 ++

    93 055 $ 24.90 net

    90,076 USD 14.90++

    93,055 $ 22 ++

    List of Snacks Day Time Price / Person (Adult) Price / Person (Child) Address
    Korean Shish Kebab Ssikkek Mon – Fri Lunch USD 14.90USA net $ 10.90 net Basah Complex bra # 02-01
    44/46 Tanjong Pagar Road
    Oriental Plaza, # 01-01
    Sat-Sun + Holidays $ 24.90 net $ 18.90 net
    Mon – Thu Lunch $ 22.90 net
    Fri – Sun Night + Holiday
    Barbecue Korean Maru Tue-Fri Lunch $ 14 ++ $ 9 ++ 16 Cheong Chin Nam Rd
    Sat – Sun $ 24 ++ 18 ++ dollars USA
    Tue-Fri Lunch 21 ++ $ $ 15 ++
    Sat-Sun: $ 24 ++ 18 ++ US $
    Daessixin Korean BBQ Mon – Fri Lunch US $ 8.90 ++ Orchard Gateway # 03-17
    Bugis +
    # 04-05
    Lunch US $ 24.90 ++ US $ 18.90 USA ++
    Sat-Sun + Holidays Lunch + Dinner USD 24.90 ++
    I KIM Korean BBQ +
    I KIM Jr.
    Mon-Fri Lunch $ 14.90 ++ $ 9.90 ++ Singapore Art School # 01-04 / 07 (I am KIM)
    Scenario # 03-01 (I am KIM Junior)
    Sat – Sun + Holidays USD 24.90++ US $ 16.90 ++
    Mon-Fri Lunch

    US $ 24.90 ++

    Sat-Sun + Eve / Holiday 25 $ 90 ++
    Korean BBQ Buffet Danji Mon-Fri Lunch $ 15 ++ $ 8 ++ 188L Tanjong Katong Road, # 01-01, S437156
    Sat-Sun USD 24.80USA ++ $ 16 ++
    Mon-Fri Lunch
    Sat-Sun US $ 24.80 ++
    Oppa BBQ Mon – Fri Lunch $ 16 ++ $ 9 ++ JCube, 2 Jurong East Central 1, # 03-10, S609731
    Lunch 26 ++ USD 18 + + USD
    Sat – Sun + Holidays Lunch + Dinner 26 ++ USDUS $ 18 ++ US $

    When contemplating Korean food, Korean barbecue instinctively represents what would normally be a buffet in your mind.

    Available Japanese Buffets below $ 16 ++

    List of Snacks Day Time Prices / Person (Adult) Prices / Person (Child)
    Shabu Sai Mon – Fri Lunch $ 14.99USA ++ $ 9.99 ++ (3-9 years old)
    FREE (3 years old and younger)
    Sat-Sun, Eve / Public holiday $ 22.99 ++
    Mon – Thu Lunch USD 22.99 ++
    Fri – Sun, Eve / Holiday USD 24.99 ++

    Source : HungryGhost

    For $ 14.99, you can access an all-you-can-eat Japanese buffet at Shabu Sai Restaurant.

    The diner also has a variety of stocks of soup bases, including from Sukiya to Tomium. You can add an extra $ 1.99 for soft drinks or ice cream.

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    Disadvantages. The front desk is awful dirt, which generally reflects Seagall’s face.The sofas are greasy, there is dirt and rubbish on the floor. They settled in a dreary and long time, the bracelets were barely knocked out after 10 am, arriving at 7. Looking at the crying hungry children, the receptionist indifferently chattered that they had such a system and sorry, madam. We can only say thank you to the restaurant manager with kind eyes and a smile, who took us to the restaurant and gave us food without bracelets. The number was given more or less decent (1447) only after a big scandal. The furniture is dead, sockets are only in the corners of the room, hot water is on schedule, at 17-18 it may simply not be there, and 2 boys run with round eyes from room to room, creating the appearance of activity.The hotel as a whole is a complete disaster. For some reason, in the main restaurants, all the food was put in a small room, where a lot of people are crowded, queues, the hotel is overcrowded and cannot cope. Essentially the same every day, especially for breakfast. From fruits only apples, dates, oranges, guava for dinner. Huge water problem. Our whole family is poisoned and suffers from indigestion. The water from the cooler smells like a swamp, it is filled with powdered juices and ice, so everywhere we take water from the room, bottled in the bar, you will not get.Once they forgot and the child was very thirsty, so SOLD to my husband !!! complimentary bottle of water from your room at the bar for £ 15. Is it okay ??? The next problem is beaches. There are 2 of them, but if you arrive later than 8 hours, there will be no sun beds. At all. Today we were so late, and stood in the sun with the children while my husband ran looking for at least something. The boys on the beach are trying, helping, but they cannot make new sunbeds, which the HOTEL MUST PURCHASE. Nearby, a family with a small child just sat on the sand, while my 7-month-old baby screamed and wanted to sleep, and I could not even sit down anywhere.Beach floor with empty umbrellas, no sunbeds. WHY THEN THESE UMBRELLAS ??? And the beach itself is something. On a small beach all day near the shore, disgusting green algae, reminiscent of sludge, mixed with garbage. Only after overcoming disgust and going to the “depth” (this is the maximum waist-deep), you can see clear water. In general, we still have a week left here, but there is no mood, disgusting hotel, no help from most of the staff, especially the reception. The hotel is packed to capacity, there are queues everywhere, especially at bars where there is 1 bartender, no waiters, or rather, they are there, but their whole job is to steal plates and glasses as soon as possible, they are also stressful.If you go, take your spoons, because here they can also wait a long time. Rest is ruined, I will dissuade all my acquaintances from going to this boorish, old, dirty hotel.

    Lunch or dinner buffet on Mount Faber or Sentosa Island any day


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    Harbourfront Station Ticketing Counter
    • Address: HarbourFront Tower 2, 3 HarbourFront Place, Level 1, Singapore 099254
    • How to get there: From HarbourFront MRT station, take Exit B towards HarbourFront Center.Cross the link bridge (beside KFC on level 2) and follow directions to Singapore Cable Car at HarbourFront Tower Two
    Mount Faber Station Ticketing Counter
    • Address: 109 Mount Faber Road, Singapore 099203
    Sentosa Station Ticketing Counter
    • Address: 50 Imbiah Road (next to the Gift Shop)
    Merlion Station Ticketing Counter
    • Address: 2 Siloso Road, Singapore 098973
    Siloso Point Station Ticketing Counter
    • Address: 81 Siloso Road, Singapore 098979
    Imbiah Lookout Station Ticketing Counter
    • Address: 60 Imbiah Road, Singapore 098466
    • Arbora Lunch Set is between 12: 00-14: 30, Monday-Sunday (last seating is at 14:00)
    • Good Old Days Standard or Premium Meal is between 11: 00-20: 00, Monday-Sunday (last seating is at 19:30)
    • Operating hours for ticket redemption at Singapore Cable Car counters is between 8.45am – 7.45pm, Monday-Sunday

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    Reviews from Tripadvisor


    Were in this hotel for 12 days, not a single comment! The food is excellent, the location is excellent, the cleaning is serviceable, the room has everything you need, the staff are friendly and helpful! I liked everything very much! I advise!


    Self-service system, about which there was no warning in the advertisement, but it was obligatory to have an explanation of the differences from the usual Holiday Inn.A surprise in the famous Holiday Inn hotel chain was its self-service version, embedded in the word “express”, but not explained in the hotel’s promotional offers, which mislead potential customers. I had no idea that the arriving guest carries his own luggage, there are no bathrobes in the room, you have to ask and then pick up toiletries at the reception, and the hotel staff send guests to a nearby store for body lotion.
    The hotel does not have a restaurant, but a dining room, into which anyone can enter, even from the street, and have a free breakfast.Because of this, there is always a crowd of people. There are no chefs and no fried eggs can be ordered. Only canned juices. In general, the range of dishes is clearly poorer than in a normal Holiday Inn, without the “express” prefix.
    Rooms are small but clean as is the rest of the hotel. However, upon arrival at the reception, a cockroach was running around.
    I advise those who have not come across this experience when choosing a Holiday Inn with the express version.
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    Irina M

    When visiting Singapore for 3 days settled in this hotel… The hotel is quite a price / quality ratio … All attractions were reached on foot in 30 minutes, and also within a 5-minute walk of the chinatown subway, if you need to get there faster … The rooms are small, but the arrangement of furniture, sanitary ware, shelves is very reasonable , the room has an ironing board and an iron … the room is clean and comfortable … Provided a room with an excellent view of the city … The only BUT – the hairdryer dries with cold air, it takes a lot of time and the hand gets tired of pressing the button forever… Breakfasts, if you live for a couple of days, then normal, but if more, then you will not see variety here …
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    Oh !!! In fact, the topic “Singapore and food” deserves not just a note on the forum, but a separate scientific study. I agree with the opinion of many bloggers and members of the forum that there is just a cult of food in Singapore. Certainly many families choose to eat in inexpensive food courts instead of cooking at home.

    By the way, there are a lot of food courts here both in shopping centers and in popular recreation places ( for example, Sentosa ), and just in the city. In Singapore, food courts are better known as Hawker Center or Food Center. I don’t see the point in making a separate map for them, you will almost certainly come across at least a couple yourself while walking around the city. They are a covered area with dozens of independent food stalls inside.

    Food court in Chinatown

    Unfortunately, it is hard to see how it is inside

    Food court from the popular chain “Food Respublic” in one of the shopping centers.The chain of these excellent food courts is very well developed in Singapore, there are really a lot of them, so I didn’t even bother adding to the map …

    Here you can choose food from almost any national cuisine of Asia – Indian, Malay, Chinese, Indonesian, Japanese. Pay attention to the small signs with letters that hang on the stalls. It is best to buy food from those with on the plates with the letter “A” or at least “B” , this is a guarantee of quality. Avoid “non-letter” stalls.

    Take a closer look, on the right side of the photo on the stall there is a red plate with the letter A

    If you are not a fan of Asian cuisine, then you can easily find European cuisine in the city. In addition, there are many traditional fast food establishments – McDonald’s, KFC and others.

    The most popular place for food among tourists – the embankments of the Singapore River ( Robertson Key, Clarke Key and Boat Key ), which are essentially one giant “dining room”.Numerous cafes and restaurants open closer to lunchtime and work until late at night. BUT!!! I haven’t seen any locals eating here! There are more than enough tourists, just crowds. It is clear that since the locals do not like these establishments, it is better not to eat there. Not even because the prices are clearly too high ( must pay off the popularity of place ), but because the quality of service and food here leaves much to be desired. For clarity, I will say that during our morning walk along the Clarke Quay on the day of arrival, we saw several dead fish in the aquariums of popular cafes.It is very likely that the dead fish stayed in the aquariums together with the live one until the evening, and it is also likely that they were eaten with pleasure by some of the tourists.

    One of the fish decided not to wait for food to be made of it …

    Not very good, but you can still see numerous cafes on Clarke Quay

    This is in the same place, in the evening

    Here are some of the must-try dishes in Singapore.

    Chile crab. A whole large crab costs about 100 SGD ( on the waterfront, of course more expensive than ). Well, so-so taste, chili sauce interrupts everything. This is near the Esplanade Theater and the floating soccer field at Gluttons Bay Food Court.

    Black pepper crab , that is, crab in black pepper sauce. For some reason, few people write about it and recommend it, this dish is not as popular as chili crab, but in vain. Very tasty! Small crab costs 35 SGD.It would be better if we ordered a large crab in black sauce, and a small one in chili sauce … but who knew …

    Marinated, smoked and dried ( all in one ) meat, in my opinion it’s called “bakkwa” . Try it! The easiest place to buy is in Chinatown, but you can also find it in the city center on Orchard Road.

    All kinds of skewers on bamboo skewers. Of course, these are not kebabs, but all sorts of different things (, mostly meat ), fried in boiling oil.The dish of Malaysian cuisine is called satay . Not healthy, of course, but tasty.

    At the food court by the Ferris wheel, we sampled a variety of Satais; some are very tasty, some are not for everybody’s taste

    The Din Tai Fung chain of restaurants is very popular with Singaporeans ( of these restaurants in the city are many, for example, on Sentosa ). True, the queues come here corresponding to the popularity. You have to wait until you are invited to a table.Then you are given a menu and a “receipt” for the order. You mark the selected dishes with a tick in the “receipt”, and pay at the exit at the checkout. I liked very much that the work of the chefs can be observed through the large window.

    Ah, I almost forgot to mention coconut jam “kaya” . Try kaya toast for breakfast. You can do this in the Toast Box eateries, which are found in almost all popular places (we ate at the zoo ). Well, or take a couple of jars home with you and then at breakfast you will remember wonderful Singapore.

    Toast with kaya jam at the Toast Box snack chain

    Singapore was very pleased with the variety of good cafes with delicious desserts . I’m not talking about network Starbucks and the like, but about small establishments that are scattered around the city and offer sweet tooth to arrange a real “feast of the belly.”

    For a sweet tooth like us, flying to Singapore is simply dangerous … So many temptations! We arranged such gatherings with a “couple” of cakes, probably every other day, and the desserts were not repeated.

    Don’t believe me? But in vain!

    I’m telling the truth !!!!

    I answer a natural question arising from most readers: NO, not stuck together !!!

    You don’t have to leave a tip, this is normal. The fact is that the price will include a 10% service charge. Sometimes in the menu, the cost of dishes is already indicated with this fee, and sometimes it is mentioned as a note, so if you received an invoice for an amount larger than you calculated, do not rush to make a scandal.

    More important information about Singapore prices. If you see “++” or “++” on the price tag, it means the price is actually higher. If there is one plus, then add 10% for the service. If there are two pluses, then this is 10% for service and another 7% for sales tax. But this situation is rare, as a rule, when buying a ticket online somewhere (, for example, for dinner on a Ferris wheel ).


    Buffet and a la carte are two styles of serving food to guests in a restaurant or hotel.In a buffet style, food is served in a public place and visitors can serve themselves as they please.

    Key difference – buffet versus a la carte

    Buffet and a la carte are two styles of serving food to guests in a restaurant or hotel. At the buffet, food is served in a public place, and visitors can serve themselves on the as they please. In contrast, a la carte is the food served on a plate of served by waiters.This is the key difference between buffet and a la carte. In addition, there is a difference in price between the buffet and the à la carte; buffets often have a flat price of , while are paid à la carte for each meal the guest chooses.

    What does buffet mean?

    Buffet is a food service system in which food is placed in a public place where guests can serve themselves. It is a convenient method of feeding large numbers of people with a minimum of staff.The buffet is often served in crowded places such as hotels, restaurants, many social events.

    Many people love buffets because they can directly see food and decide what food they want and how much they want to eat. However, some may not like the buffet table due to the long line or the relaxed atmosphere.

    Buffets can be divided into different types depending on the type of food they serve. Finger Buffets include many small and delicate finger food items, while hot buffets (buffets where hot food is served) and cold buffets (buffets where hot food is not served) include crockery and utensils.

    What does “a la carte” mean?

    A la carte is a French expression meaning according to menu . A restaurant that sets prices for items to order will list those items on a printed menu or write them on a chalkboard. The difference between a la carte and a set menu or buffet is price and preference. If you decide to order food from the menu, each product will have its own price. However, you can also select the food you want to order. You will be charged for each product you select.

    A la carte is also available for select events such as weddings, parties and other formal events. If you choose the a la carte style, guests will be offered a served plate served by the waiters. It had at least three courses: an appetizer, a main course, and a dessert. This style will make the event more stylish and formal.

    What is the difference between a buffet and a la carte?


    At Buffet , food is served in a public place and guests are served themselves.

    A la carte is a served lunch served by the waiters.


    Buffets create a relaxed and informal atmosphere.

    A la carte creates a formal atmosphere.


    Buffets often have a fixed price; guests can eat whatever they want.

    A la carte fee for each food item.


    Buffets can be managed with a minimum of staff.

    A la carte needs more service personnel.

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