If quantity and choice matter to you the most, then a buffet is the best way to go. Be it local or international, here is the list of Top 10 Places For Buffet in Singapore, so that you can fill your tummy up with a variety of food!
1) Alley On 25 (Andaz Singapore)
Go during the weekend and check out Alley on 25’s value-for-money breakfast buffet from 12 pm till 2.30 pm. Dubbed “Lazy Breakfast” ($50++ per pax), choices are aplenty here, with hearty breakfast mains such as Avocado Toast, Eggs Benedict and even Lobster Mac & Cheese. Each order allows you to enjoy an extra breakfast a la carte dish. And did we mention that it happens to be unlimited as well? Expect popular options like various cereals, bread, pastries and cold cuts. You can also top up an additional RM45++ for an unlimited beverage package, offering the likes of soft drinks, wine and beer.
hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/singapore/andaz-singapore/sinaz/dining | FB: hyatt | IG: @hyatt
2) Lime (PARKROYAL on Pickering)
Well, it’s super, alright at Lime in Parkroyal Collection Pickering. Bring your appetite and enjoy their wide selection of Super Lunch Sunday ($88++ per adult, $44 per child from 6-12 years old) buffet spread, available from 12.30 pm till 3 pm. You’ll be spoilt for choices here, with assorted meats and seafood like Singapore Chilli Crab with Mantou and Grilled Angus Beef Sirloin. Don’t miss their signature Pickering Lobster Laksa as well while dessert lovers are in for a treat. They have everything from the sinfully rich Durian Pengat to the delicious Baked Yogurt with Boba and good old Bread and Butter Pudding with Vanilla Sauce. And while they offer a free flow of chilled juices, soft drinks, coffee and tea, you can upgrade your beverage choices for the likes of sparkling Prosecco, house wines and beer.
panpacific.com/en/hotels-and-resorts/pr-pickering/offers/super-lunch-sunday.html | FB: parkroyalpickering | IG: @parkroyalpickering
3) Carousel Buffet Restaurant (Royal Plaza On Scotts)
Serving a wide array of international cuisines from Asian to Japanese and Mediterranean delights, Carousel Buffet Restaurant has them all to whet your appetite. And what’s more, all of their foods are prepared in halal-certified kitchens. Offering lunch (12 pm-2 pm) and dinner (6.30 pm-9.30 pm) spreads, some of the delectable choices available include Har Cheong Gai (Fried Prawn Paste Chicken), Teppanyaki (e.g. sliced beef and boneless chicken leg) and Prawn and Clam Aglio Olio. Those who prefer seafood can look forward to varieties like Boiled Tiger Prawns, Maine Lobsters, Snow Crab Legs and Whole Atlantic Salmon served with Chives. You can check out their prices right here.
carouselbuffet.com.sg | FB: royalplazasingaporehotel | IG: @royalplazaonscotts
4) Edge (Pan Pacific Singapore)
Located at Pan Pacific Singapore, this restaurant definitely has an edge (no pun intended) when it comes to their buffet offering. Here, you can witness the master chefs in action in seven open kitchens as they prepare varieties of Asian and Pacific cuisines a la minute style. This includes everything from local to Peranakan and Japanese fares. They have various seafood as well, with freshly-shucked oysters being one of them. Remember to leave some room for dessert too, where you will find a colourful display of cakes, pastries and ice creams. Prices for Edge’s lunch and dinner buffet are available on their website.
edgefoodtheatre.com | IG: @panpacificsingapore
5) Melt Cafe (Mandarin Oriental)
From Asian to Indian and European cuisines, Melt Cafe has them in spades, with popular choices like Signature Prawn Laksa, Tandoori Chicken and Beef Stew with Root Vegetables. You can also get to watch the chef in action as they prepare the likes of oven-roasted chicken and pineapple-glazed gammon ham. Interestingly enough, the cafe has an outdoor BBQ section where you can enjoy grilled delights such as Marinated Lamb Chop and Thai Style Grilled Pork Jowl.
mandarinoriental.com/singapore/marina-bay/fine-dining/buffets/international-cuisine/melt-cafe | FB: Meltfoodies | IG: @mo_singapore
6) The Line (Shangri-La Hotel)
With over 88 different choices to choose from, there’s something for everyone here at The Line in Shangri-La Hotel. They have everything from fresh seafood to various Asian and Western cuisines. Their dessert selections are no slouch either, with scrumptious treats like cakes, coconut ice cream and lychee sorbet. Buffets are available daily during lunch (12 pm-2.30 pm) and dinner (6 pm-10 pm). Prices start from $68++ and above while children aged 6-11 years old get to dine at 50% of adult’s price. Children below 6 years old, however, can dine for free with each paying adult.
shangri-la.com/singapore/shangrila/dining/restaurants/the-line | FB: TheLine | IG: @shangrilasg
7) Si Chuan Dou Hua (PARKROYAL Kitchener Road)
Specialising in Cantonese and Sichuan cuisines, those who are looking for a buffet-style dining experience can check out their Nostalgic Dim Sum Feast. Available for lunch daily (from $46++ and above) with a minimum of 2 adults required, expect plenty of choices here such as Boiled Prawns in “Hua Diao” Wine and Deep-Fried Halibut Fillet with Homemade Special Sauce. And that is not all, as they serve other items like Signature Pork Belly Roll with Yam, Fragrant Yam Cake with Waxed Meat and Deep-Fried Peanut Cake in “Teochew” Style. Finally, end your meal with some of their dessert selections, namely Lemongrass Jelly with Fresh Fruits and Homemade Bean Curd with Wolfberry.
sichuandouhua.com/en/promotions | FB: sichuandouhua | IG: @sichuandouhua_sg
8) Princess Terrace Cafe (Copthorne King’s Hotel)
Instead of a multi-cuisine buffet, Princess Terrace Cafe focuses primarily on Penang cuisine, where you can enjoy all of their signature food. Among them includes Penang Assam Laksa, Char Kway Teow, Kway Teow Soup and Hokkien Mee. For the latter, they substitute the usual prawns with half of a Maine lobster. They have appetisers and traditional dessert as well such as rojak, cendol and assorted Nyonya kuih. Available for lunch and dinner, prices start from $46++ and above. Children aged 5-12 years old, in the meantime, can enjoy 50% off the normal price.
millenniumhotels.com/en/singapore/copthorne-kings-hotel/dining | FB: copthornekings | IG: @copthornekings
9) Food Capital (Grand Copthorne Waterfront Singapore)
Combining a multi-cuisine buffet and theatrical show kitchens, the latter allows you to watch chefs in work as they prepare various dishes live. When it comes to choices, indulge in some of their local and international offerings such as Chilli Crab, Grilled Beef Stripling and Boneless Lamb Leg. For sweet treats, Food Capital offers mouthwatering desserts such as macarons, fruit crumbles and chocolate pecan tarts. Their buffet is available for lunch and dinner from 12 pm till 2.30 pm and 6 pm till 10 pm respectively.
celebrateatgcw.com/foodcapital | FB: FoodCapitalatGrandCopthorneWaterfront | IG: @grandcopthornewaterfront
10) Oasis (Grand Hyatt)
Situated within Grand Hyatt Singapore, Oasis is where you can enjoy a delectable buffet a la minute from 5.30 pm to 8.30 pm daily. If you don’t mind their limited selections, they have various freshly-chargrilled meats like Australian Beef Steak, Mexican Marinated Chicken Thigh and Chorizo Sausage. Their buffet covered free flows of alcoholic ($88++ per adult) and non-alcoholic ($68++ per adult) beverages.
singapore.grand.hyattrestaurants.com/oasis.html | FB: GrandHyattSingapore | IG: @grandhyattsing
That’s not all! More Top 10s in Singapore are waiting to be discovered!
The compilation of this list was made from accumulation of Public Votes at TallyPress.com.