I know I will kick myself one day if I don’t put this down in the blog. At least I won’t have to worry about losing the article. Here’s a list of the best-known buffets in town (according to Lifestyle on 18 April 2004). I’m even going to tell you how much it’ll cost your pocket. 🙂 This is definitely not for the Kate Mosses. Here goes …
The Fullerton Singapore – Gourmet Buffet Dinner
Town Restaurant (6877-8128)
6.30-10.30pm, Mondays – Saturdays
Starts from $28+++
Mix and match appetizer, dessert and seafood buffets.
Conrad Centennial Singapore – Big Breakfast Buffet
Oscar’s Cafe & Terrace (6432-7481)
7am-3pm every Sunday
Highlight is the vitamin corner which includes a juice bar.
M Hotel Singapore – Sunday High Curry
Cafe 2000 (6421-6222)
Noon-3pm every Sunday
Curry as well as Western spread including roast prime ribs and Yorkshire pudding. Fish head curry is highly recommended.
Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort – Brunch ‘n’ PlungeSharkey’s (6371-1071)
Enjoy a great sea view and free use of pool facilities. Barbeque items include pork ribs and tiger king prawns.
Raffles The Plaza – Plaza Market Peranakan Buffet
Plaza Market Cafe (6431-6156)
Lunch and dinner daily.
$25+++ (lunch) $30+++ (dinner)
The Fullerton Singapore – Chocolate Buffet
8-11pm every Friday & Saturday
This is one which I’d personally love to try… imagine, it has a drink station with chocolate-blended yummies!
Anyone game for it, please let me know. 🙂
Shangri-La Hotel – Coffee Garden’s Seafood Extravaganza
Coffee Garden (6213-4275)
Over 100 items including barbeque lobster, Norwegian salmon, pizzas, curries and sashimi.
Swissotel Merchant Court Singapore – Buffet Lunch and Dinner
Ellenborough Market Cafe (6239-1848)
Noon-2.30pm, 6.30-10.30pm daily.
Weekdays: $19.90+++ (lunch), $24.90+++ (dinner). $25.90+++ (weekend dinner)
I’ve tried this one before and the durian pengat is yummy!
The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore – Sunday Champagne Brunch
11.30am-3.30pm every Sunday
I guess the only way to know is to go try it, huh? Comes with Moet & Chandon Champagne.
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore – Sunday Brunch at One-Ninety
11am-1pm or 1.30pm-3pm
$68+++ (without champagne), $98+++ (with champagne)
I can attest that this was brunch was simply indulgent!
Grand Hyatt Singapore – Pete’s Place Salad Bar
Pete’s Place (6416-7113)
11.30am-2.30pm (Mon-Sat), 6-10.30pm daily
$16+++, $19.50+++ plus soup & dessert, $26+++ with pasta
This one is delicious too!
Royal Plaza on Scotts – International Buffet High-Tea
Cafe Vienna (6589-7799)
3-5.30pm (Mon-Fri), Noon-5pm (weekends, eves & PH)
$18.50+++ (weekdays), $24.50+++
Went to this one with my ex-colleagues and it’s value for money.
Goodwood Park Hotel – Local High Tea
Coffee Lounge (6730-1746)
Includes dimsum, local and western fare.
Hotel Royal – Tropical Peking-Style Steamboat Buffet
Jade Room Restaurant (6251-8135)
11.15am-2.30pm, 6.15-10.30pm daily
$13.80+++ (lunch), $18.80+++ (dinner)
The supposed secret weapon is the dipping sauce.
Raffles Hotel – International Buffet High Tea
Tiffin Room (6331-1612)
Hmmm… scones with jam, butter and whipped cream.
Meritus Mandarin Singapore – International Buffet
Triple 3 (6831-6271)
Noon-3pm, 6.30-10.30pm daily
$41.80+++ (lunch), $52+++ (dinner)
Different theme each month, but baked honey-glazed ham, roast prime rib of beef, salmon sashimi and rock oysters are trademark items.
There. Now all we need to do is go try them all. I’m going for afternoon tea at the Shangri-La this Friday. Will update this list again. Do let me know if you’ve tried anything else so that we can add to this, ya?