Here is a guide to the best buffet restaurants in Singapore.
Basilico – Italian Buffet
1 Cuscaden Road
Level 2 The Regent Singapore
Tel: +65 6725 3232
// Weekday Lunch Buffet $42++
Saturday Lunch Buffet $46++
Sunday Brunch Buffet $69++
Daily Semi Buffet Dinner $69++
Bar & Billiard Room
1 Beach Road Raffles Hotel
Tel: +65 6412 1816
// Mon to Sat Lunch Buffet $60++
Mon to Sat Dinner Buffet $75++
Sunday Champagne Brunch $178++ ($158 without champagne)
Carousel Halal Buffet Restaurant
25 Scotts Road
GF Royal Plaza on Scotts Singapore
Tel: +65 6589 7799
// Weekday Halal Buffet Lunch $46++
Weekend Halal Buffet Dinner $50++
Weekday Halal Buffet Dinner $62++
Weekend Halal Buffet Dinner $75++
Cafe L’Espresso – English High Tea Buffet
22 Scotts Road
GF Goodwood Park Hotel
Tel: +65 6730 1743
// Mon – Thu English High Tea Buffet $34+++
Fri – Sun English High Tea Buffet $36++
Cherry Garden – Champagne Dim Sum Brunch Buffet
5 Raffles Avenue
5F Mandarin Oriental
Tel: +65 6885 3538
// Weekend Dim Sum Brunch
Sat – Sun 10am to 3pm
$48++ without Champagne
$118++ with free flow Champagne
EDGE – seven live food theatres and a whimsical dessert island
Pan Pacific Singapore, Level 3
7 Raffles Boulevard
Tel: +65 6826 8240
Nearest Station: City Hall/Promenade
Jing Restaurant – Weekend Brunch Buffet
One Fullerton, #01-02/03
1 Fullerton Road
Tel: 6224 0088
// Weekend Brunch Buffet $38++
Melt The World Cafe – International Buffet
5 Raffles Avenue
4F The Oriental Singapore
Tel: +65 6885 3082
// Weekdays Lunch Buffet (Mon – Sat) $56++
Sunday Brunch Buffet $88++ (Non-alohol)
Sun – Wed Dinner Buffet $68++
Thu – Sat Dinner Buffet $78++
One Ninety Restaurant – European Buffet
190 Orchard Boulevard
GF Four Seasons Hotel
Tel: +65 6734 1110
// Mon – Fri European Buffet Lunch $48++
Saturday Asian High Tea $45++
Sunday International Brunch Buffet $138++
Sabroso Tapas Wine Bar – Tapas Buffet Dinner
26A Lorong Mambong
Holland Village, Singapore
Tel: +65 6766 0053
// Sun – Thu Spanish Tapas Buffet Dinner $32++
32/F The Westin Singapore
Asia Square Tower 2
12 Marina View
Mon to Sat Lunch Buffet S$35++
Mon to Sun Dinner Buffet S$55++
Sunday Champagne Brunch S$110++
Nearest Station: Downtown/Marina Bay
Straits Kitchen – Singapore Hawker Food (Halal) Buffet
Grand Hyatt Singapore Hotel
10 Scotts Rd
Tel: +65 6732 1234
Daily Halal Buffet Lunch $42++
Daily Halal Buffet Dinner $48++
The Line Shangri La – International Buffet
22 Orange Grove Road
Basement Shangri-la Hotel
Tel: +65 6213 4275
// Weekday International Buffet Lunch $47++
Sat International Buffet Lunch $50++
Sun Brunch $78++ (non alochol)
Fri – Mon International Buffet Dinner $68++
Tue Buffet Dinner Oyster Night special $88++
Wed Buffet Dinner BBQ Night Special $78++
Thu Buffet DInner Seafood Night Special $88++
Town Restaurant – International Buffet
1 Fullerton Square
GF Fullerton Hotel
Tel: +65 6877 8128
// Mon – Fri International Lunch Buffet $48
Sat Local High Tea $32++
Sun Champagne Brunch Buffet $148++
Sun – Wed International Dinner Buffet $48
Thu – Sat Seafood Dinner Buffet $58++
Tea Lounge Regent Singapore
1 Cuscaden Road GF
The Regent Singapore
Tel: +65 6725 3246
// Weekday English Afternoon Tea
Afternoon Tea Set ($38++):
Mon to Fri 12.30pm – 5pm
// Weekend High Tea Buffet ($45++):
Sat & Sun 1.30pm – 5.30pm
Triple Three Restaurant
333 Orchard Road
Level 5 Meritus Mandarin Singapore
Tel: +65 6831 6271
// Weekday Lunch Buffet $68++
Mon to Thu Dinner Buffet $89.9++
Fri & Sat Dinner Buffet $72++
Sun Brunch Buffet $138++ (free flow sparking) $99++ (no Alcohol)
Sun Dinner Buffet $108++
// 1 for 1 with DBS credit cards is valid for Sun – Thu dinner & Mon – Sat lunch
Yan Ting Restaurant – Weekend Dim Sum Brunch Buffet
29 Tanglin Road
The St Regis
// Weekend dim sum brunch $88++
Weekday 11.45am – 2.30pm
Weekend 11 am – 3.30pm
Tel: 6506 6888
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I will be adding this list to the top of my Delicious page. Given that it’s already April, that means on average, I need to check out at least one buffet restaurant each month. Get going, save up for the indulgence and report back to me every time you ticked off a restaurant off this list.
katie: My favourite buffet is melt the world cafe, they have a seafood spread with oysters during dinner.
=X triple 3? My family went for the weekend dinner buffet only recently, i’ve to say that will be our first, and last time going for the buffet. although the sashimi is pretty fresh, rest of the food are sort of average with respect to the cost of the buffet. also, i don’t really like the idea of paying so much and still have to queue for certain dishes. the conclusion is my whole family decided meltz are better in terms of varieties, taste and cost. but i would say for service wise, both triple 3 and meltz are equally good.
I have a craving for fresh oysters for lunch, where would you recommend?
I remember when the incredibly Fullerton Sunday brunch buffet only cost $80… now it’s almost double! I almost shed a tear.
If i’m looking for a international buffet with budget around $35 do you have any recommendations?
How about good and nice yet budget de buffet (no need international one also can.
Any comments on the Fisherman’s Market Seafood Buffet at Clarke Quay’s The Central? Been wanting to go try it.
Wow this is a great list! I’m going to try melt the world this saturday! Anyone knows whether its still so delish over the years?
So I’m new to Singapore (3 months).
Love the idea of lazy Sundays indulging in great food and fine champagne whilst someone takes care of the kids
As a note – neither my wife nor I eat any shellfish (no crab, lobster, oysters).
A few weeks ago went to Melt @ Mandarin – which was fantastic. Plenty to eat and actually thought the seafood was a very minor portion of the buffet. The desserts are outstanding.
Last weekend went to Greenhouse @ Ritz which was a notch above. The food spectacular. Seafood more prevelant, but still plenty for us to indulge on. Sushi was beautiful. Desserts not as good as Melt.
The ambience definitely more refined at Greenhouse.
We have some friends from out of town in 2 weeks and we have booked for Town Restaurant @ Fullerton. I have heard it is VERY heavily slanted to seafood. Anyone been there recently. Should we attempt it or head back to Greenhouse @ Ritz?
To answer your question RG, I was at the Fullerton Hotel buffet lunch recently. It has a pretty decent selection of food but it’s highlight was its Japanese buffet sushi bar and selection. We loved it because of its japanese sushi sashimi but it may be wasted on you and your wife if you don’t eat much seafood.
Actually – we eat fish – not shellfish. So we love sushi, sashimi.
Think we’ll give it a go.
I’ll be sure to tell you how it went
No one writes about the Oscar at conrad. It used to have a good campaigne brunch. Good mix of local, fresh seafood (oyster, Japanese) and BBQ. Price is a little high. There is no write up on orchard hotel,
My comment on various:
The line- you will always find something nice but not great
Ritz – nothing special or signature
Melt – good value
Hey i just called one ninety in four seasons hotel, they dont have the desserts buffet anymore! Dang, i was looking forward to it.
Anyone can suggest a good dinner buffet restaurant that serves a wide range of seafood? Price is not an issue as long as its below $100 per person.
Totally helpful post! Went to bar n billiard and the carousel before in your list! Worth every penny u spent! (:
hi any recommendations for a sunday brunch with free flow foie gras?
Hey there! Could you possibly recommend a good halal dim sum spot?
Try the Oscar’s at Conrad Hotel. It’s really good. Has both variety and quality. It’s better den The Line in Shangri-La.
just returned from Oscar’s at The Conrad from a buffet dinner with my wife. It was really really really bad, both in quality and variety. The curry was horrible, meat was hard. The laksa station was also a let down. Your ridiculous comment on Oscar’s being better than The Line is absolute rubbish. Because of you, we wasted calories and time on sub-standard food. The sushi variety was limited to some sprinklings of sashimi and hard sushi. I have never written a comment on any site till now about my epicurean adventures, but i felt it necessary to warn others about Oscar’s. Your positive comments on Oscar’s leaves me to believe on other hidden intentions as the restaurant was also pretty empty for a Friday evening. Again, Cheers for wasting our time and ruining a Friday evening.
It’s just a personal recommendation. Dun have to use harsh words. Everyone has their own preference to the kind of food they like. If you dun like it, then too bad. Honestly, every time I go there, it’s almost full house.
Do u guys know where to find a place with buffet my budget is 20++ as its the kids which r paying..
Good post! What do you reckon is a good buffet place with decent variety of veg options? (:
I really really enjoy Todai buffet! Something to add to your list=)
Apart from Carousel at scotts, does anyone know of a good halal buffet?
Hi, do u know where can I find good international buffet dinner in sg??? Thank you.
I have a group of colleagues (some are Indians vegetarian Philippines , mymar, sporean) work like to go for dinners. Please suggest I have colleagues who do not like vegetarian food but some r vegetarian. So how. Please suggest the place cater for both needs
How do get a list of hotels offering high tea or lunch and dinner buffet in both Singapore and Johore Bahru…..
Hi, do u know where can I find good Halal buffet lunch in sg, other than Aquamarine and Carousel??? Thank you.
For the Indian Food buffet i would highly recommend haveli restaurant, just nearby katong shopping center, the price for dinner buffet is only 25$ were for lunch only 15$ what is so cheap especially that the food quality is simply awesome, and in general its mt favourite indian restaurant in singapore
Hi, does anyone know which is better:
2. Shin Minori
If you have any other suggestions for a nice Japanese buffet that doesn’t exceed $45 as I am still a student so the price is a little bit of a problem.