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.
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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.
Window on the Park at Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre has a lobster buffet spread that focuses on Asian delights, though there are still international elements.
Paying homage to the ASEAN Golden Jubilee and the region’s rich culinary heritage, Window on the Park will be showcasing culinary styles and dishes from Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and Singapore. This is part of their Southeast Asian Culinary Dinner Showcase that happens every evening from Monday to Thursday and it is only going at S$80++ for two pax.
And as you gear up for the weekend from Friday and through to Sunday, reward yourself with the ultimate seafood treat—the Boston Lobster Weekend. Making its debut at the live station is the pan-seared Boston lobster as well as a myriad of seafood indulgences including baby lobster, fresh succulent prawns and scallops—all this for a steal of S$96++ for two pax! Window On The Park’s buffet promotions will be available from now until 30 November 2017.
While many other buffet restaurants out there pride themselves on having the largest and most extensive range of food and cuisines, Window on the Park adopts the ‘less is more’ approach by dishing out a substantially sized spread of only the good stuff, allowing diners to be able to savour each and every item before their bellies beg them to stop. Read on to find out just what stellar creations they have in store!
Rise Restaurant at Marina Bay Sands (MBS) is an all day dining restaurant with an international buffet spread. Even though the Rise buffet prices are not cheap ($45++ for lunch, and $68++ for dinner), it has been extremely popular with buffet lovers.
The question on everybody’s mind: is this the best buffet in Singapore? Is it worth spending eighty bucks for a buffet dinner?
Here is a guide to the best buffet restaurants in Singapore.
Dim sum, for the uninitiated, is a style of Chinese food prepared in small bites. In Singapore, we are very lucky that there are many fantastic Chinese restaurants serving good dim sum.
Here is a list of the best dim sum restaurants in Singapore. I hope it will be useful when you are looking for a place to satisfy your dim sum cravings.