Always on the lookout for any cheap buffet in Singapore? Same here. But not to worry – we’ve come up with a list of 7 all-you-can-eat buffets.
1. K.Cook Korean BBQ
Three things: all-you-can-eat, Orchard Road, less than $15. Located in the heart of Orchard Road, yet at a crazy affordable price, K.Cook sees its fair share of regular customers, who keep coming back for its palatable food and efficient service.
Apart from the usual BBQ fare, the restaurant also offers classic Korean favourites such as Japchae, Korean glass noodles and spicy rice cake. To top this off, beverages are free-flow.
K.COOK Korean BBQ Buffet Price: Lunch buffet, S$14.90++; Dinner buffet, $24.90++
Address: 181 Orchard Road, Orchard Central, 238896
Opening hours: Daily, 11.30am-10pm
Contact: 6884 7282
Kiseki brings a slice of authentic Japan to you – and all for the low price of $19.80. I’m talking free-flow sashimi, ribeye steak, tempura; even teppanyaki.
Their dessert bar doesn’t disappoint either. Hosting a variety of pastries, mochi and quirky gelatos, Kiseki gives the other places on this list a good run for their money.
Kiseki Opening hours: Daily, 11.30am to 3 pm, 6 pm to 10 pm Address: 181 Orchard Road, Orchard Central, #08-01/02/03, 238896 Contact: 6736 1216 Price:
Suki-ya’s selling point is definitely their Shabu Shabu – the restaurant doesn’t stinge on using quality enoki, oden, and assorted vegetables to flavour the soup. But what really deserves a shoutout, though, are their prices.
On weekday nights for SAFRA members, you can enjoy 25% off your total bill if you dine with four pax or more. Promotion is valid at all outlets except Plaza Singapura and Bugis+ outlets.
Suki-ya Opening hours: Monday – Thursday: 11:30am – 10:00pm Friday – Sunday: 11:30am – 10:30pm
Tel: 6884 5423
Price: $16/pax on weekdays from 11am – 3.30pm, $18.90++/pax on weekday nights
When it comes to a cheap buffet in Singapore, The RiceTable is one option you cannot forget.
It serves up some authentic Indonesian cuisine on their lunch menu; comprising of 15 exotic dishes such as the daging rendang (beef simmered in coconut milk) and tahu telor (bean curd omelette).
The dinner menu doesn’t pale in comparison either. They offer perkedel jagung (corn fritters) and sotong asa (squid) that will have you piling more on your plates in no time.
The RiceTable Price: All-You-Can-Eat Set Lunch at $17.85, All-You-Can-Eat Set Dinner at $28.50
Opening hours: Daily, 12 pm – 3 pm, 6 pm – 10 pm
Address: 360 Orchard Road, International Building, #02-09/10
Contact: 6835 3782
5. Bar B Q Tonight
Possibly the most exotic cuisine out of this list, the Pakistani and Afghani-inspired Bar B Q Tonight has by far the highest number of positive reviews online. And for good reason, too – the food is amazing and the experience, unforgettable.
Stanley branch: Address: 11 – 12 Stanley Street
Opening hours: Daily, 11 am – 10.30pm
Contact: 6327 9280
Roberts Lane branch:
Address: 10 Roberts Lane
Opening hours: Daily, 11.30am – 3 pm, 6 pm – 11 pm
Contact: 6299 5210
Nothing deserves your calories more than a dessert buffet of 50 ice-cream flavours with over 40 toppings. And the best part? The buffet runs 7 days a week and is exclusive to their ION Orchard outlet. Forget that overrated Cold Stone Creamery Groupon deal – Swensen’s dessert buffet is what you should be going for.
Swensen’s Ice Cream & Dessert Buffet Price: $18.90++
Opening hours: Weekdays 10.30am – 10.30pm, Weekends & Public Holidays 10.30am – 10.30pm
Address: Ion Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, #B1-31
Contact: 6884 5967
7. Ban Heng Harbourfront Centre
At $19.30++ per pax, Ban Heng’s lunch buffet runs from 11.30am – 2.30pm daily, and serves up the usual dim sum fare like har-gow, salted egg buns etc.
Note that it’s a minimum of 4 pax to enjoy the buffet, so grab three of your buddies and head on down. Price: $19.30++
Address: 1 Maritime Square #04-01 HarbourFront Centre, Singapore 099253
Opening hours: 11:30am – 2:30pm, 6:00pm – 10:00pm
So there you go, seven places for a cheap buffet in Singapore. How many have you been to?
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