We love to eat. But am not a fan of overeating, that’s why we skip buffets most of the time.
Still, it feels great to indulge once in awhile, don’t you agree? And if you do, just make sure you load the right calories – and as the title suggest, over-eat at the best!
While not an exhaustive list, a dependable directory to some of the best Buffets in Singapore! Let’s be realistic too, it is almost impossible to come across a good buffet without paying it up.
P.S. As with every list, this is done alphabetically (updated May 2016). Enjoy!
Just what you need if you are missing out on hearty Italian fare. They rotate their buffet offerings across the Italian regions every quarter, one of the many reasons to be back at this joint. The semi-dinner buffet works well for me, because I get to enjoy some quality mains (one choice from the a la carte menu), and unlimited antipasti and dessert offerings. We daresay the dessert counter at Basilico is one of the best amongst all the buffets we have tried thus far in Singapore. (tRP’s review)
Price: $88++ for dinner
1 Cuscaden Road
Tel: +65 6725 3232 (Make your reservation instantly at Basilico here.)
We said it more than once and let us repeat this again, “Edge continues to impress us”. Why? Just head down to Edge for its dinner or its weekend brunch, and you may just be blown away. They said “Live Life on the Edge”, and we replied, “Just head to Edge!”. (tRP’s review)
Edge is also part of our list of 8 Sunday Brunch Buffets in Singapore you should not miss.
Price: $88++ for dinner
Pan Pacific Singapore
7 Raffles Boulevard
Tel: +65 6826 8240 (Make your reservation instantly at Edge here)
Ikoi Japanese Restaurant
How can we resist unlimited sashimi? And if you are looking to load up with lots of Japanese, load only the best. After all these years, this timeless restaurant at the classic Miramar Hotel still remains my only to-go restaurant for a pure Japanese buffet experience. (tRP’s review)
Price: $38++ onwards
401 Havelock Road
Tel: +65 6887 3788
Drinkers, raise your hand and follow me! Manhattan is definitely the place for you, especially with their adult-only Sunday Cocktail Brunch, a weekend indulgence even the non-alcoholic diners will fall in love with. (tRP’s review)
Manhattan is also part of our list of 8 Sunday Brunch Buffets in Singapore you should not miss.
Price: from $155 for their Sunday Brunch
1 Cuscaden Road
Tel: +65 6725 3377 (Make your reservation instantly at Manhattan here.)
Melt Café at Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Singapore has recently undergone a revamp, from its interior to its array of buffet spread. The Indian cuisine selection is clearly one of the forte as evident by the array of spread and the resounding affirmation on its quality from our dining table throughout the night. Other highlights include the seafood spread such as freshly shucked oysters, crabs, prawns and lobsters, and the live station which dishes out Japanese Wagyu Beef Shabu Shabu and Boston Lobster Laksa, all prepared a la minute. (tRP’s review)
Price: from $62++ per person for lunch
Mandarin Oriental Singapore
5 Raffles Avenue, Marina Square
Tel: +65 6885 3500
Despite facing still competition from nearby hotels, Oscar’s at Conrad Centennial Singapore still remains one of the best for us in terms of its buffet quality. It may not be the largest or longest buffet line here, but we didn’t feel like we are missing out on anything after every visit. Highlights at Oscar’s are the seafood, Japanese sashimi, outdoor live noodle station which features local deights such as laksa and prawn noodle, and of course, the dessert station which carries Mövenpick ice-cream. The restaurant has recently revamped its Supercharged Sunday Brunch in April 2016.
Oscar’s is also part of our list of 8 Sunday Brunch Buffets in Singapore you should not miss.
2 Temasek Boulevard
Lobby Level Conrad Centennial
Tel: +65 6432 7481 (Make your reservation instantly at Oscar here)
Decked in bright colours, The Line at Shangri-La Hotel Singapore has been serving one of the most extensive buffet spread since, which will definitely excite any buffet-goers. With a sumptuous spread catering to meat lovers and one that is bound to satiate your seafood craving, there are also the cheese, foie gras, local Singaporean delights, Indian fare, and the list goes on. My favourite station was undoubtedly the carving station with 6 types of roast meats to choose from. With cuts such as the 48-hour Slow Roasted Wagyu Beef Leg with a Mustard Crust, the Australian Stockyard Tomahawk Steak, a 200-Day Grain fed Australian Stockyard Roasted Beef Striploin with Truffle Jus and well, you get the idea!
The Line is also part of our list of 8 Sunday Brunch Buffets in Singapore you should not miss.
Shangri-La Hotel Singapore
22 Orange Grove Road
Tel: +65 6213 4275 (Make your reservation instantly at The Line here)
Always been one of my favourite buffet, their live stations and fresh seafood are just some of the key highlights at this conveniently located hotel buffet. And if you are a discount hunter, there are always some great credit card discounts at Triple Three, do check out their latest promotions and dig in! (tRP’s review)
Price: $88 to $108 for dinner
333 Orchard Road
Tel: +65 6831 6271 (Make your reservation instantly at Triple Three Restaurant here)
If you love dim sum, Yan Ting at The St. Regis Singapore runs a weekend dim sum brunch buffet. There are more than sixty dishes to enjoy from the menu, though it’s virtually impossible to try everything unless you have a dinosaur appetite, but we reckon that it’s best to come in a trio or party of four to try more dishes. From the Double-boiled Fresh Abalone Soup with Black Garlic to the Wok-baked Boston Lobster with Superior Stock, this is probably the only dim sum buffet I will return for again.
Yan Ting is also part of our list of 8 Sunday Brunch Buffets in Singapore you should not miss.
Price: $108++ per person
The St. Regis Singapore
29 Tanglin Road
Tel: +65 6506 6887
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