Singapore is known for having a scrumptious fare of local and international food. One of the best ways to try everything under one roof is to indulge in a well-known buffet Singapore can offer. Go for this when you are truly hungry, otherwise it might seem like a waste if you don't get to eat everything. Forget about that waistline and gorge yourself.
Carousel is a Halal international buffet at Royal Plaza on Scotts Hotel that has a large spread of food, from seafood to desserts. This restaurant is popular among Muslim families, especially during the weekends. The buffet spread includes Indian dishes, seafood, Western dishes such as pasta, Turkish, Mediterranean, sashimi and desserts such as macaroons and ice-cream. Carousel has an open kitchen concept that allows guests to see the food being prepared. Prices start from SG$49 per person.
Sakura International Buffet
Sakura International buffet has branches all across Singapore including Cairhill Place, Dhoby Ghaut, Pasir Ris, Jurong and Yio Chu Kang. This restaurant is known for its spread of Japanese, Oriental and seafood dishes. You can get scallops, lobster salad, sashimi, tempura and dim sum. End off the buffet with some sweet treats from the dessert corner. Prices start from SG$21 per person.
The Line Buffet
The Line Buffet at Shangri La Hotel is a well-known buffet restaurant among Singaporeans. This place has always been crowded and sometimes you have to wait for a couple of minutes in line. The locals have this belief that if a place has a long queue, it means the food will be worth the wait. The Line has local, Oriental, Western, Japanese and a dessert selection. We recommend the Japanese section and Chocolate Fondue. Prices start from SG$47 per person.
StraitsKitchen at Grand Hyatt Singapore is known for having an enormous spread of Halal local dishes such as Singapore Laksa, Chicken Rice and Roti Prata. Sounds like you can get all of these from a hawker centre but here at StraitsKitchen, at least you are comfortably seated in a chic buffet restaurant and each meal is prepared using the finest ingredients. We recommend the beef rendang and grilled sting ray. Prices start from SG$39 per person.
Plaza Brasserie at Parkroyal on Beach Road has been around for quite some time and never fails to satisfy a hungry buffet-lover. This buffet restaurant has local, seafood, Western and a dessert selection. The popular sections to try would be the seafood and Western fare. We recommend the shucked oysters and baked salmon. Prices start from SG$36 per person.
As a rule of thumb, always make a reservation before going down to these buffet restaurants.
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