Buffet Town in Raffles Place is Now Halal-Certified; Pricing for Christmas & New Year Out

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If you’ve been to the basement of Raffles City, you’ll notice that at one end of the level is an unobtrusive shopfront that leads into a world of food.

Image: Buffet Town

Walk within the humongous space and you’ll quickly realise that they live up to their name.

There are various zones within the restaurant, split according to the “regions” of the food. Similar to USS.

There is the local section (did we mention fried mantou and chilli crabs?), the Japanese section where you can get sashimi and sushi, the western section where you see pizzas, an entire fresh seafood section, and more.

Image: Buffet Town

Well, while pricing is pretty affordable (for that sheer variety), not everyone can enter the place to dine because, well, it’s a non-halal restaurant.

Well, if that’s the only thing stopping you so far, I’ve got some great news for you.

Buffet Town in Raffles Place is Now Halal-Certified; Pricing for Christmas & New Year Out

Recently, Buffet Town located at Raffles Place announced that it’s (finally) halal-certified.

This means that the restaurant, which is able to seat 300 pax, is now open to everyone in Singapore.

Image: Buffet Town

Normal Pricing

Here’s how much it costs to dine at Buffet Town on a normal day:

Image: Buffet Town

Lunch (11.30am to 3pm):

  • Mon to Fri: $26.80 (adult) / $18.80 (children)
  • Sat, Sun, Eve of PH & PH: $35.80 (adult) / $19.80 (children)

Dinner (6pm to 10pm):

  • Mon to Fri: $38.80 (adult) / $21.80 (children)
  • Sat, Sun, Eve of PH & PH: $48.80 (adult) / $22.80 (children)

Christmas & New Year Pricing

Thinking of celebrating your Christmas or New Year at this humongous buffet place?


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Here’s how much it’ll cost you to do that:

Image: Buffet Town

14 Dec– 18 Dec, 21 Dec – 23 Dec, 28 Dec – 30 Dec [Weekday for last three weeks of Dec]

Lunch (11.30am to 3pm):

  • Mon to Fri: $32.80 (adult) / $18.80 (children)

Dinner (6pm to 10pm):

  • Sat, Sun, Eve of PH & PH: $46.80 (adult) / $21.80 (children)

19 Dec & 20 Dec

Lunch (11.30am to 3pm):

  • Mon to Fri: $41.80 (adult) / $19.80 (children)

Dinner (6pm to 10pm):


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  • Sat, Sun, Eve of PH & PH: $56.80 (adult) / $22.80 (children)

24 Dec – 27 Dec, 31 Dec 2020 – 3 Jan 2021

Lunch (11.30am to 3pm):

  • Mon to Fri: $45.80 (adult) / $19.80 (children)

Dinner (6pm to 10pm):

  • Sat, Sun, Eve of PH & PH: $60.80 (adult) / $22.80 (children)

The best part? Children who are below 1.1-metre in height can enter and eat for free.

All prices are subjected to service charge and prevailing taxes.

You can make your reservation via Buffet Town’s contact form here.


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Online reservations are required to be made at least one day in advance.

Featured Image: Buffet Town

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