With so many festive lights adorning the streets of Orchard Road and Christmas carols being played all across town, there is no denying that the holiday we have all been waiting for is finally here. That’s right, it means that it is time to shop without restraint and more importantly, feast like there’s no tomorrow.
This Yuletide season, prepare to embark on a gastronomic adventure with the endless array of tasty offerings by highly renowned buffet restaurants such as Royale at Mercure Singapore Bugis, Edge at Pan Pacific and the unbeatable 10 at Claymore at Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore. From roast lamb to a gorgeously carved Christmas turkey as well as an array of delectable local and international dishes and desserts, this is perhaps something worthy of your year-end holiday plans this year.
If the thought of whipping up a Christmas feast at home frightens you, why not head out for a merry buffet instead? It takes the hassle away from all that tedious prep and all you have to do is literally sit back and stuff yourself silly. Here are 5 Christmas buffets in Singapore this year that you and your loved ones can indulge in this Christmas—just be sure to make your bookings early!
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Christmas is less than twenty sleeps away and we are all psyched for a festive Yuletide with our loved ones over a good buffet dinner. Whenever we want something that suits the dynamics of a family with three generations, one of our favourite spots is PARKROYAL on Beach Road’s all-day-dining restaurant, Ginger.
Drawing inspiration from Singapore’s diverse cuisines and cultural influences, what diners can look forward to at Ginger this festive month is a value-for-money buffet spread that comprises both local delights and traditional festive roasts—few of which are given a lick of Asian flavours for that special kick.
Helmed by our friend Executive Chef Low Hoe Kiat, Ginger will showcase thematic dishes such as Oven-Roasted Goose infused with Five Spice and Onion Marmalade, Turkey with Chestnut Stuffing, Seafood Paella as well as his signature slow-braised Pumpkin Crab in Claypot.
Whether you’re a devoted crab lover or just someone looking to stuff yourself silly, this buffet spread will please both the young and old in the family. Simply quote ‘ladyironchef x Christmas’ upon making your reservation to enjoy Giinger’s dinner buffet at S$58.50++ per adult. This promotion is valid from Mondays to Thursdays from 09 December 2017 to 29 December 2017, and it is not available on the eve of and public holidays.
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In the North-East district, most are familiar with this suburban mall in Hougang that is well-connected to Hougang Bus Interchange and Hougang MRT station. The mall is compact but houses an array of dining and shopping options all packed within six levels. There is even a library that occupies the third level.
From snack kiosks, fast food eateries, casual dining spots and even restaurants, family-friendly Hougang Mall has quite the variety. Whether you are looking for a quick bite, a fuss-free takeaway or a proper meal with your loved ones, there are options for everyone.
Use this handy Hougang Mall Food Directory to easily determine your preferred dining choice. There is no time to waste when it boils down to satisfying those hunger pangs!
The Wired Monkey is a new speciality coffee shop nestled just off Little India along Dunlop Street. Besides serving up amazing coffee, they also have some interesting food offerings that delve away from your typical cafe fare.
Their Falafel Burger comes highly recommended and their banana cake is the perfect accompaniment for your freshly brewed coffee. The Wired Monkey uses a blend of coffee from Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee, a veteran in Singapore’s coffee scene.
If you’re tired, The Wired Monkey is, without a doubt, an excellent place to get wired.
All-you-can-eat buffets make up a big part of Singapore’s vibrant dining culture and it is evident from the uncountable options we have, ranging from top-notch hotel buffets to casual Korean barbecue restaurants. But they don’t exactly come cheap, and not everyone is willing to break the bank for them.
Here is where eatigo comes into play—the dining app offers reservation service for over 2000 partner restaurants across 6 countries: Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Philippines, India and, of course, Singapore. And the best part? You get to enjoy up to 50% off your dining bills every day—including all-you-can-eat buffets.
Sounds a little too good to be true? We explore how eatigo has made discounts beneficial to both the restaurants and diners like yourself! But first, check out 5 All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Places In Singapore With Up To 50% Off when you book through eatigo.
Calling all meat lovers and those passionate about a good steak—there is a new steak bar in town that you will not want to miss.
Sharing the same shop space as The Bao Makers, Butler’s Steakbar is the newest resident eatery along the food-laden Jiak Chuan Road. Like its name suggests, diners can expect to tuck into to luxurious steaks, gourmet burgers and possibly the crispiest French fries around.
Although a spot like Jiak Chuan Road may be home to a considerable amount of fine-dining establishments, you can rest assured that dining here is anything but expensive. Priding themselves with serving up exceptional cuts of beef and a variety of gourmet dishes without an overly exorbitant price tag attached, Butler’s Steakbar is one that all steak lovers should check out.
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At the heart of Singapore’s most famous tourist precinct, Paragon nicely houses an upscale six-storey retail mall that features a dazzling array of international brands as well as premium, contemporary brands. Above all, this mall is easily accessible courtesy of Orchard MRT’s well-connected linkways.
This posh shopping paradise also boasts an extensive spread of restaurants, cafes, snack kiosks as well as artisanal bakeries that will certainly jazz up your dining experience here.
Ditch the hassle of trying to Google for their respective addresses and opening hours and simply turn to this Paragon Food Directory. We’ve got you covered from A to Z.
Photo Credit: The Maple Mania SG
The Maple Mania—Tokyo’s famous Maple Butter Cookie—is now in Singapore!
Established in 2013, The Maple Mania is well-known for its Maple Butter Cookie that is ranked as the number one best-selling product in Tokyo Station for three consecutive years from 2015 to 2017.
A sister company of famous cheese cookie chain, Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory, The Maple Mania focuses on using pure maple syrup directly sourced from Quebec, Canada in its pastries.
What makes their maple syrup unique is the mixture of toffee, spice, herbs and floral flavours in it. Packed with this sweet syrup, The Maple Mania’s buttery cookies are perfect for those with a sweet tooth.
Here’s what you can expect from The Maple Mania’s flagship store at ION Orchard.