Best Buffets In Singapore

Singapore Buffet

Buffets In Singapore

Want to eat all the good food and make sure that every bite you take is value for money? Hop on to buffets where you can feast unlimitedly at a fixed and affordable price no matter how much you consume! There are many types of buffets nowadays ranging from International buffets to the recently on trend Korean BBQ buffets. Don’t worry if the food items you eat are not up to standard as compared to ala carte items or the ones you find in restaurants. The buffets, especially those international buffets are skillfully prepared by world class chefs using premium ingredients some which are air frown from other countries.

Edge – Pan Pacific Singapore

If you’re an avid buffet eater, you would have heard of Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore. Edge has been helming the crown of being the best buffet in Singapore due to wide selection of cuisines ranging from Thai, Korean, Japanese, Peranakan, Malaysia, Indian and Singaporean. In the seafood selection, you would find that fresh sashimis and seafood are placed on ice and instantaneously thawed when requested. The hot stone and carvery selections are also changed daily with variety such as slow roasted Tuscan pork, mussels, seafood, pork scaloppini with fennel salsa verde and lobster bisque pot pie. At the dessert area, there are many considerations available such as desserts that are absolutely gluten free, premium chocolate truffle balls dippers with rum and many different cakes in unusual flavours you have never heard of like Chrysanthemum tea, black velvet and Hojicha. For beverages, there’s unlimited non-alcoholic beverages like teh tarik.

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Buffet Price:
Lunch (Sat-Sun): SGD62++ per adult; SGD31++ per child (6–12 Years old)
Dinner (Mon-Tue): SGD78++ per adult; SGD39++ per child (6-12 Years old)
Dinner (Wed-Sun): SGD88++ per adult; SGD44++ per child (6–12 Years old)

Opening hours:
Lunch (Sat-Sun) – 12.00pm to 2.30pm
Dinner (Daily) – 6.30pm to 10.30pm

Address: 7 Raffles Blvd, Level 3 Pan Pacific, Singapore 039595

Phone: 6826 8240

Triple Three – Mandarin Orchard

One of the cheapest international buffets in this list, Triple Three in Mandarin Orchard is a Japanese inspired restaurant, focusing mainly on Japanese cuisines like sashimi , sushi, seafood on ice as well as a roast section featuring different cheese and ham. Triple Three is an ever changing buffet restaurant that is highly innovative. Buffet menus are rotated at the start of every day and on each day, a surprise awaits! Firstly on every Monday, the buffet restaurant serves free flow Asahi draught beer and on tuesday foie gras are featured in four different styles which are terrine, royale, pan seared in truffle miso and chawanmushi. Wednesday would be the famous buttery tender A4 grade Kumamoto Wagyu. Thursday would be shell themed delights such as Baked Oyster in Shell Gratin, Stuffed Crab Shell with Miso Butter and Soft Shell Crab Maki Roll. On Friday and Saturday enjoy a seafood feast that introduces Triple Three’s signature dish, the Lobster Metaiyaki. Savour your last day of the week on Sunday with your loved ones and indulge in all kinds of food varieties that will encapsulate the taste bud from old to young.

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Buffet Price:
Lunch (Mon-Sat): SGD78++ per adult; SGD28++ per child (6-12 Years old)
Lunch (Sun): SGD108++ per adult; SGD48++ per child (6–12 Years old)
Dinner (Mon-Sun): SGD108++ per adult; SGD48++ per child (6–12 Years old)

Opening hours
Lunch (Daily) – 12pm – 3pm
Dinner (Daily) – 6.30pm – 10pm

Address: 333 Orchard Road Level 5, Mandarin Orchard Hotel Singapore, Singapore 238867

Phone: 6831 6271

The Line – Shangri-La Hotel

To say that the buffet in The Line at Shangri-La is like being invited to an international cuisine tasting is not flattering at all. The Line displays a wide variety of food selections that are specially curated by a team of incredibly hardworking and experienced chefs. A prime and popular selection for celebration, you shouldn’t be surprised at the long waiting list just for their buffet. To ensure that their guests all have a scrumptious meal, there are a total of 16 kitchens preparing cuisines ranging from Japanese, Western, Korean, Chinese, Singapore very own dishes like laksa and satay as well as the after meals sweet, savory desserts.

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Buffet Price:
Lunch (Mon-Sat): SGD78++ per adult; SGD28++ per child (6-12 Years old)
Lunch (Sun): SGD108++ per adult; SGD48++ per child (6–12 Years old)
Dinner (Mon-Sun): SGD108++ per adult; SGD48++ per child (6–12 Years old)

Opening hours: 
Breakfast (Mon-Fri) – 6am – 10.30am
Breakfast (Sat-Sun) – 6am – 11am

Lunch (Mon-Fri) – 12pm – 2:30pm
Lunch (Sat-Sun) – 12pm – 3pm

Dinner (Daily) – 6pm – 10pm

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

Phone: 6213 4398

Melt Cafe – Mandarin Oriental

Unlike other hotel international buffets, Melt Cafe is one of the buffet restaurants that offers all day dining experience from lunch, brunch to dinner, settling all your 3 meals if you want to dine in the same place. The interior of Melt cafe is also a wow factor of the restaurant and attracts diners to go back again just for its wonderful view. If you realise that you tend to eat more than usual, it is because of Melt cafe’s excellent buffet presentation. Here, the main dining area is brightly lit decorated with floor to ceiling windows. At the carving corners, live gourmet stations and beverage bar, it is surrounded with lush greenery and an award winning pastry theatre at the center.

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Buffet Price: 
Lunch (Mon-Fri): SGD57++ per adult
Lunch (Sat): SGD61++ per adult
*Top-up: SGD32++ for free-flow of white wine, red wine and beer

Brunch (Sat): 
– SGD218++ per adult (includes free-flow Ruinart Blanc de Blanc champagne, white wine, red wine, selected cocktails, beer, soft drinks and chilled juices)
– SGD178++ per adult (includes free-flow “R” de Ruinart Champagne, white wine, red wine, selected cocktails, beer, soft drinks and chilled juices)
– SGD118++ per adult (includes free-flow chilled juices)

Dinner (Sun-Thu): SGD78++ per adult (includes free-flow chilled juices)
Dinner (Fri-Sat): SGD88++ per adult (includes free-flow chilled juices and barbecue grill station)
*Top-up: SGD32++ for free-flow of white wine, red wine and beer

Opening hours:
Breakfast (Mon-Fri) – 6am – 10.30am
Breakfast (Sat-Sun) – 6am – 11am

Lunch (Mon-Fri) – 12pm – 2:30pm
Lunch (Sat-Sun) – 12pm – 3pm

Dinner (Daily) – 6pm – 10pm

Address: 5 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039797

Phone: 6885 3500

Ssikkek BBQ

The best catch about this buffet is its pocket and budget friendly prices. Popular among students and low budget buffet diners, Ssikkek Korean Grill attracts crowds from all walks of life. At just SGD22 for authentic Korean buffets, those that offer large portions of meat and kimchi, SSikkek Korrean Grill is certainly very value for money as they even have expensive meats such as ribeye, short ribs, pork belly and pork collar. For popular cuts like ribeye and short ribs, the meat is well marinated with authentic spicy Korean sauce or sesame for those who can’t take spicy food. Even though they’re budget friendly, the service is top notch, when the staff notice that grill plates are charred, new ones are immediately replaced together with a new aluminium foil cover. After the meal, simply help yourself with the seaweed soup that is boiled with fermented vegetables. There are other outlets you can dine, check it out here!

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Buffet Price: 
Weekday lunch: SGD14.90++
Weekday dinner: SGD24.90++
Weekend, PH: SGD24.90++

Opening hours: 5pm – 11pm

Address: 44 Tanjong Pagar, Singapore 088465

Phone: 6831 6271

Hai Tien Lo

Chinese food can be pretty expensive because their food ingredients usually include expensive seafood such as abalone, sea cucumber, crabs and bird nests. If you’re someone who is a chinese food lover and don’t want to leave a hole in your pocket after every meal you indulge, Hai Tien Lo is the place you should visit for your chinese food cravings. Specialising in the Cantonese cuisine, it is well known for its delicious weekend buffet and tasty dim sum. On their weekend dim sum buffet, you will get a taste of their many signature dishes which includes har gau, marinated soy chicken, pork belly and roasted duck. For their zi char menu, food items include wok fried pork spare ribs, yang chow fried rice as well as the braised abalone and mini buddha Jumps over the wall! Hai Tien Lo is also an award winning restaurant and offers healthier options like brown rice upon request.

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Buffet Price
Dim Sum Brunch (Mon-Fri): SGD60.80++ per adult; SGD30.40++ per child (6–12 Years old)
Dim Sum Brunch (Sat-Sun): SGD68.80++ per adult; SGD38.80++ per child (6–12 Years old)

Opening hours
Lunch: 11.30am to 2.30pm (Dim Sum Buffet)
Dinner: 6.30pm to 10.30pm (Ala Carte)

Address: 7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595

Phone: 6826 8240

Dookki

Another Korean BBQ Grill on the list. Dookki is a pocket friendly Korean BBQ Buffet that offers diners an authentic korean experience and a wide variety of korean ingredients. Dookki is korean, which means Two meals. Like its name, Dookki actually offers a two meal concept in its buffet. In the first meal, diners will consume their selected ingredients in the form of korean stew mixed with their own in house spicy sauce. After you’re done, the second meal would start where the staff would collect some of your leftover soup in the first meal, allow you to reselect your ingredients and create a tasty korean fried rice. You might be curious what kind of ingredients are there! There are usual ingredients that you would find in a korean BBQ joint such as pork belly and kimchi as well as Topokki and fried koreaan snacks. Dookki is also generous with its buffet price, students can enjoy a 90 minutes korean buffet anytime regardless of weekday, weekend or public holiday!

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Buffet Price:
Child: SGD10.80++
Student: SGD14.80++
Adult: SGD18.80++ 

Opening hours:
Sun – Thu: 11.30am to 10pm
Fri – Sat: 11.30am to 10.30pm

Address: 3 Temasek Blvd, #B1-107, Singapore 038984

Phone: 6266 2425

Carousel Buffet Restaurant – Royal Plaza On Scotts

Voted as the Best Buffet Restaurant in Singapore at AsiaOne People’s Choice Awards for consecutively 7 years. It’s also the only restaurant that’s on the highly acclaimed list. Carousel Buffet Restaurant at the Royal Plaza On Scotts serves international buffets from Mediterranean to Asian as well as Japanese seafood and French rotisserie. For desserts, they have 4 dessert counters that cater to diners with a sweet tooth, which makes you indecisive and spoilt for choices!

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Buffet Price:
Breakfast (Mon – Fri): SGD35++ per adult; SGD20++ per child (6-12 Years old)
Breakfast (Sat – Sun): SGD35++ per adult; SGD20++ per child (6-12 Years old)

Lunch (Mon – Fri): SGD58++ per adult; SGD36++ per child (6-12 Years old)
Lunch (Sat – Sun): SGD68++ per adult; SGD43++ per child (6-12 Years old)

Dinner (Mon – Fri): SGD80++ per adult; SGD46++ per child (6-12 Years old)
Dinner (Sat – Sun): SGD88++ per adult; SGD49++ per child (6-12 Years old)

Opening hours:
Breakfast: 6.30am – 10am
Lunch: 12pm – 2pm
Dinner: 6.30pm – 9.30pm

Address: 25 Scotts Rd, Royal Plaza, Singapore 228220

Phone: 6219 3780

Crystal Jade Xiao Long Bao Buffet – Holland Village Branch

Crystal Jade is a restaurant chain that has many outlets in Singapore featuring different cuisines and specialties. The Crystal Jade on the list is the Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao along Holland Avenue, near the Holland Village MRT station. Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao serves a wide selection if chinese food, notably La Mian and Xiao Long Bao. The dishes are inspired by the Jiangnan region, south of the Yangtze River, a province famous for its skilfully crafted snacks and delicacies that will please your senses and wow your taste buds. With a contemporary and quiet ambience, it is suitable for casual dining and large gatherings. Some of the recommendations of this restaurant are La Mian with Chilled Poached Chicken in Szechuan Style, Xiao Long Bao Buffet and La Mian with Scallion Oil. 

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Buffet Price: SGD27.80++

Opening hours:
Mon – Thu: 11.30am – 9pm 
Fri – Thu: 11am – 9.30pm

Address: 241 Holland Ave, Singapore 278976

Phone: 6463 0968

Mezza9 – Grand Hyatt

A buffet restaurant that is spacious enough to boost itself by accommodating 400 seats and several show kitchens. If you’re inviting a very large group of friends out to gather, e.g. class gathering on a weekend, you will surely find Mezza9 the perfect buffet restaurant. But what’s attracting so many diners over to Mezza9 is its free flow booze on Sunday with selections ranging from Perrier-Jouet Blason Rose Champagne, red wine, white win, gin, tonics and Tiger beer. Mezza9 is also a buffet restaurant that strongly emphasises on sustainable dining, all ingredients are freshly sourced. There is also a grill station that many can’t wait to feast at. The grilled tomahawk steaks and lamb ribs are cooked at small batches and closely monitored to ensure that it is well cooked – pink and succulent. The recommended dish is gin fizz meringues. 

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Buffet Price:
Child: SGD59++ (aged 5 to 12)
Adult: SGD118++ (inclusive of selected juice, soft drinks, coffee and tea)

Opening hours:
Lunch (Sat-Sun) – 12pm – 3pm
Dinner (Daily) – 6.30pm – 10pm

Address: 333 Orchard Road Level 5, Mandarin Orchard Hotel Singapore, Singapore 238867

Phone: 6831 6271

Hope this guide would help you to find places to eat in Singapore!

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