7 Buffets In Singapore Worth The Calories

LIFESTYLE  |  June 04, 2017
  • 1. Tapas buffet: Sabio by the Sea
    1 / 7 1. Tapas buffet: Sabio by the Sea

    For its affordable price tag, you’ll hardly believe the jaw-dropping quality of tapas dishes at this tapas buffet at Sabio by the Sea, from deep-fried oysters to grilled tuna steak to gazpacho. But pick your jaw up from the floor for your feast and finish with their signature churros; kids get free flow of cotton candy too.

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  • 2. Cheese and chocolate buffet: Club 55
    2 / 7 2. Cheese and chocolate buffet: Club 55

    With a selection of over 40 chocolatey dessserts encompassing the range from white to dark, and 12 varieties of European cheeses, categorised into hard, savoury cheeses, milder options, and the blues for the true blue fans, we’re not sure you even need dinner before this dessert-centric buffet at Club 55. Expect these treats to be rather filling, so pace yourself.

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  • 3. Xiao long bao buffet: Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao (Holland Village)
    3 / 7 3. Xiao long bao buffet: Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao (Holland Village)

    If you do the math, a reasonable number of soul-satisfying xiao long bao steamed Shanghai dumplings with a savoury broth waiting to ooze out of the springy skin would earn you your money’s worth at this Chinese buffet at Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao that only sets you back by about $30. Add in the quality steamboat and it’s possibly one of the best value-for-money buffets in town.

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  • 4. Fried chicken and alcohol buffet: Chicken Up
    4 / 7 4. Fried chicken and alcohol buffet: Chicken Up

    Doesn’t fried chicken get a bit much after more pieces than your fingers can count? Not if if goes with as much beer and Korean soju as you’d like. Plus, tire not of the addictive KFC (Korean Fried Chicken, we mean) at Chicken Up that comes in a variety of flavours from spicy to soy to a sweet-savoury Korean Yangnyum.

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  • 5. Steak buffet: Wicked Grill
    5 / 7 5. Steak buffet: Wicked Grill

    Ever come across some buffet restaurants that make you think, “How are they even making a profit?” Wicked Grill is one of them. At this timed buffet, you’ve got 90 minutes to tuck into unlimited Australian 100-day grass-fed ribeye, as well as St Louis Balinese-style pork ribs, grilled chicken, dory fish and more.

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  • 6. Dutch Rijsttafel-style buffet: The Rice Table
    6 / 7 6. Dutch Rijsttafel-style buffet: The Rice Table

    Savour authentic Indonesian fare rijsttafel-style – Dutch for “rice table”, where a sumptous spread of dishes occupy the table for a fortune of flavours. What to expect at The Rice Table: beef rendang, ayam goreng (fried chicken), sayur lodeh (veggies in coconut gravy) and more.

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  • 7. Ice cream buffet: Little Ice Cream Kafe
    7 / 7 7. Ice cream buffet: Little Ice Cream Kafe

    Don’t stop what you’ve started, and if this philosophy also applies to your dessert-indulging endeavours, you’ll love LICK for their ice cream café, featuring over 30 homemade ice cream flavours, from salted peanut butter to wild strawberry. There are also local favourites like kaya toast and D24 durian.

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