It is hard to pass up on Japanese food—let alone Japanese buffets where you are free to indulge in endless fresh sashimi, maki and other Japanese delicacies. While we can never get enough of Japanese buffets, it is sometimes hard to decide which Japanese restaurant we should patronise in Singapore (not that we are complaining).
On days when you want to treat yourself to value-for-money Japanese cuisine that will not break the bank, Shin Minori is an affordable option you should consider. Best known for its a la carte buffet offering, the restaurant caters to all sorts of cravings for Japanese food—offering anything from sushi to sashimi, tempura and even heavier alternatives such as soba and udon.
Drop by either one of their outlets at UE Square or Katong Square for lunch or dinner and you will be greeted by the likes of pretty hand rolls, gorgeous slices of sashimi, maki rolls, tempura and more. READ ON
Izakaya bars are all the rage now, especially among the office crowd and En Sakaba under the Izakaya Japanese Dining Group (which manages En Japanese Dining at Mohd Sultan, En Japanese Dining Bar at Bukit Timah and Z’en Japanese Cuisine) is not a name unheard of.
Now with a total of 4 new outlets—each boasting different concepts—this izakaya slash Japanese restaurant group is a true haven for those in search of tantalising Japanese fare, a chic yet cosy spot to relax at and a solid tipple.
Introducing its new flagship restaurant and the group’s fourth outlet, En Sakaba at Capital Tower is set to enthrall with their stellar shabu shabu offering, visually stunning à la carte items as well as a selection of curated Japanese whiskies and sake for your after-work tippling pleasure.
For a limited period and exclusive only at Capital Tower, En Sakaba is having a hot pot buffet dinner that comes with a selection of appetisers, 3 kinds sashimi platter, wagyu sushi, prawn and vegetables tempura, Häagen-Dazs ice cream as well as a monumental shabu shabu that sees unlimited servings of Japan’s No. 1 of Miyazaki wagyu beef, premium zuwai kani queen crab, ibérico kurobuta pork, assorted vegetables, udon and Japanese porridge—all at only S$78++ per pax (U.P. S$108++ per pax).
We kid you not, from the sweet flesh of the queen crab to the perfectly marbled, melt-in-your-mouth Miyazaki Wagyu, this is a shabu shabu feast that you must try and you’d be a fool if you missed it.
Nestled within Emporium Shokuhin in Marina Square, Gyuu+ Yakiniku Grill is Japanese beef heaven.
Their all-you-can-eat buffet option is available for lunch but the premium a la carte wagyu dinner buffet is what you should be looking out for. Featuring the best of Japanese beef cuts—including succulent beef aged for 14, 21 and 28 days—and other types of fresh meat, seasonal fish and seafood, this is one Japanese barbecue restaurant that will leave you with happy bellies.
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.
When it comes to good Japanese food, there is never ‘too much’.
For all Japanese cuisine lovers, #sorrynotsorry but your diet is going to go down the drain. Because in today’s installation, we share with you some of the best Japanese buffets around in Singapore.
For endless refills of your favourite juicy sashimi, rich sukiyaki and flavourful meats, here are 11 Best Japanese Buffets In Singapore. You really have to thank us for this list.
Hotel buffets have always been a favourite past time of ours, simply because we know that every time we head over to one, we will be indulging in a quality buffet spread and having the time of our lives. Of course, as with every aspect of life, some are better than others but in general, the hotel buffets in Singapore are top notch and this includes buffets of different styles and cuisines.
That is the great thing about Singapore, being able to dig in to different types of cuisines easily. Dim Sum Buffets, Indian Curry Buffets and so much more. Buffets in general is an indulgence and people generally have in once in a while. Hence, every time you do go to a buffet, you want to ensure that it is a worthwhile and satisfying experience.
Here is The Ultimate Guide to Hotel Buffets in Singapore—35 Places to Eat to Your Heart’s Content. Rest assured that you will find a buffet that suits your needs an preferences from this extensive list.
Ciki and I were bar-hopping after our dinner at Ippudo Ramen, and before going to our second stop at Orgo Bar, we decided to have some snacks at Tomo Izakaya, Esplanade Mall.
The Japanese casual dining restaurant has an original outlet at Clarke Quay, and they serve a variety of small dishes together with Japanese beers and sake.
Izakaya is a term referring to a Japanese drinking establishment that’s focused on drinks, but like many bars, serves food so that you will not drink on an empty stomach.
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.