Top 5 buffets in Singapore for under $20 per person!


Last Updated on 2016-05-19 , 1:35 pm

Always wondering where you can get good food, in town or other wise, that is filling and within your budget?

Listed here a couple of buffet places you can definitely get your favourite food and not burn a hole in your pockets!!

Sakura International Buffet (Yio Chu Kang)
Located adjacent to the Yio Chu Kang MRT and sports complex, Sakura has a weekday lunch buffet here that serves both Singaporean food as well as international cuisines. You can find your staple food – hokkien mee, oyster omelette – here as well as pasta, sushi, pizza and shabu shabu. Drop by this outlet if you’re working in the North area and have a buffet lunch for just $19.90++!

Bang Heng Harbourfront Centre
Fancy some dim sum? The selection here is pretty comprehensive to satisfy your dim sum cravings. Available every day from 11:30am to 2:30pm, all the basic dim sum items like prawn rolls, siew mai can be found here. Only at the harbourfront outlet, this buffet is only priced at $19.30++ per pax!

Penang place buffet
For the Westies, a heads up for you guys! The wide selection of Penang food here coupled with spacious seating, it’s worth your $19.80++ during the weekdays! Head here for a nice lunch with your co-workers and relieve your stresses over a cup of old town white coffee!
(Updated on 11 June 2015: Penang Place Restaurant has informed us that the lunch buffet of $19.80 has not been available since 2008.  We apologize for the outdated information! The current price is $23.90++. But because they’re so kind and polite, and also our writer seems to still be a fan, we’re leaving this in this list. So Westies, go go go for that buffet there, too!)

Swensens Dessert Buffet (Ion Orchard)
For those who love your sweets, this buffet available every day of the week allows you to have free flow waffles and brownies and cakes along with 50 different ice cream types of your choice. With a main course separately before your dessert buffet, the buffet is priced at $12.90. If not, $18.90 charged per pax is still below the nice budget of $20.


Shabu Sai
If you like soup, it’s the place to go for cheap and nice Japanese soup broth. Combined with Shabu shabu, meats and vegetables, as well as sushi and ice cream, you can satisfy your cravings for all Japanese food within a seating. All of their outlets have this, priced at $16.50++ on weekdays and $18.50++ on weekends.

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