Singaporeans are a passionate bunch with a voracious appetite when it comes to food. As people become more and more well-traveled, it seems like run-of-the-mill food just won’t cut it for us anymore.
Thankfully, F&B operators realise this and have become increasingly innovative with their offerings. Here are some unique and interesting local buffets to check out.
In America, they eat their stacks of pancakes; in Singapore, we eat our stacks of pratas! Starting from merely $6.90 (1-3 pax), you can eat a free flow of pratas to your heart’s content!
There are 16 sweet and savoury prata varieties to choose from at Prata Corner. The more people you have in your group, the cheaper the buffet cost per person! So go with your army and eat the place down.
Where: 459 Changi Rd, Singapore 419882
Xiao Long Bao Buffet
If you’ve bragged about being capable of eating more than one basket of xiao long bao by yourself, Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao is where you prove your prowess. These little meat dumplings from heaven burst with flavour and juice from every bite and are a general crowd pleaser.
Just remember to leave some space for the steamboat.
Where: 241 Holland Ave, Singapore 278976
Korean Chicken and Beer Buffet
Fans of Korean fried chicken can now rejoice! Available at Chicken Up, eat to your heart’s content any flavour of fried chicken on their menu along with a free flow of beer and soju. You’ll probably have to exercise daily for a week to clear your arteries and burn off the calories.
Taiwanese Street Food Buffet
Let us save you an air ticket to Taiwan because you can now eat all the Taiwanese street food at Lee’s Taiwanese! Enjoy unlimited servings of their signature fried chicken cutlet, oyster vermicelli, sweet potato fries and much more.
What’s more, this is all in the comfort of an air-conditioned restaurant setting!
Where: 1 Vista Exchange Green, #02-08 The Star Vista, Singapore 138617
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Brazilian Churraso Meat Buffet
Are you a carnivore when it comes to a buffet? If so, you’ll love Carne and Caipirinha’s meaty buffet. Their speciality is their Brazilian churrascaria roasted over a charcoal fire. The best part is that all the premium roasted meat is served to you simply by flipping a sign at your table.
This is one barbeque place where you won’t be leaving smelling like roasted meat.
Where: Blk 106 Sunset Way, Clementi Street 12, #01-50, Singapore 120106
Penang Food Buffet
Lovers of Penang food will discover a delightful spread at Penang Place. Savour the rich heritage of Penang with traditional popiah, char kuey teow, hokkien mee, laksa, chendol and various Asian kuehs.
Where: 1 Fusionopolis Way, Connexis #B1-20/24, Singapore 138632
North Indian Lunch Buffet
If you’re used to eating Indian food at the usual Indian-Muslim stalls, it’s time for a fancier experience at Yantra.
Other than the usual North Indian fares such as tandoori chicken and naans, you’ll also find creative dishes such as their Mahi Macchi Tikka (grilled yoghurt salmon) and Tandoori Lobster.
You can also get your cocktail and champagne fixes here.
Where: 163 Tanglin Rd, #01-28/33 Tanglin Mall, Singapore 247933
Cheese and Chocolate Buffet
It’s exactly as what the title says. Club 55 at Sands Skypark offers over 40 types of chocolate handcrafted desserts as well as 12 different varieties of European cheeses. Wash everything down with a glass of wine after this sugar-loaded meal.
Where: Marina Bay Sands, Sands Skypark on Level 55, Hotel Tower 2, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
Singapore Food Buffet
If you don’t feel like you’re in an adventurous mood to try different cuisines, Straits Kitchen at Hyatt Hotel offers you the best local food fare selection in one place.
You won’t face the dilemma of having to choose between chicken rice or laksa here because you can have the best of Singapore food in one seating.
Where: 10 Scotts Road, Lobby Level, Grand Hyatt, Singapore 228211
Vegetarian Dim Sum Buffet
If you think vegetarian food is boring, Lingzhi Vegetarian Restaurant weekend dim sum buffet will make you think again. You’ll find all the classics here in vegetarian styles such as char siew bao and siew mai.
You’ll also be spoilt for choice with over 10 different types of steamed dumplings to choose from.
Where: Novena Square Shopping Mall 238 Thomson Rd, Singapore 307683
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