I will cut to the chase and tell you to go En Japanese Dining Bar at River Valley for their 50% promotion off Sushi and Sashimi from 6pm – 8pm daily.
The prices of the ala carte menu are similar to other Japanese Restaurants in Singapore. But it makes a whole lot of difference when you factor in the 50% discount off sushi and sashimi. Forget about the other Japanese casual dining restaurants, go to En Japanese Dining Bar’s for their 50% Early Bird Promotion.
I have been wanting to try Japanese Buffet for very long. After doing my research, most people seemed to agree that Ikoi Japanese Restaurant at Hotel Miramar, Irodori Japanese restaurant at River View Hotel and Senki Japanese Restaurant at Killiney road are amongst the best Japanese Buffets in Singapore.
As my friends have been to Ikoi and Irodori Japanese restaurant before, we ended up at Senki Japanese Restaurant for the buffet dinner.
The Line Buffet at Shangri La Hotel has always been one of the buffet restaurants in Singapore that I wanted to check out. Even though the buffet isn’t exactly affordable, I know there are many folks who swear that The Line is one of the best buffets in Singapore.
The crowd at The Line was crazy when I went there two weeks back. Now, crazy is probably an understatement when the 400 seater buffet restaurant is almost filled with people on a weekday lunch. Just for your information, most of them are not even hotel guests – with the majority being buffet-loving Singaporeans.
If there’s one thing that Singaporeans love other than buffet, it’s definitely Japanese food. Here’s a list of the best Japanese restaurants in Singapore. I hope it will come in handy when you are looking for a place to eat.
It’s a love-hate relationship with buffet.
Buffet always evoked a sense of mixed feeling for me; I tend to over-eat and gorge myself silly (especially with desserts), it always makes me feel sick after the buffet. On the other hand, if you eat too little, it doesn’t feel worthwhile to pay for the buffet. I think I figured out this part: Buffet is a deviously planned conspiracy that is meant to make us sin.
Be it international buffet, dim sum buffet, Japanese buffet dinner, All you can eat buffet, English High Tea Buffet, Crab Buffet or ala carte buffet – Singaporeans really love buffet! Needless to say, everyone will be there so long there’s a buffet, especially when the restaurant has One for one buffet promotion.