Best buffet to eat in Singapore

Singaporeans have an undeniable love for buffets, whether it’s the grandeur of hotel buffets or the comfort of all-you-can-eat fried chicken joints. If you’re a food enthusiast like us, you can understand the sheer joy of encountering rows of delectable dishes, waiting to be devoured.

What makes buffets truly special is the freedom to savor an extensive array of dishes, all while facing minimal judgment from fellow diners. We all have our culinary preferences, so let’s explore the best buffets in Singapore, categorized by the types of cuisine they offer.

Popular International Buffets in Singapore

1. Edge (Pan Pacific Singapore)
– Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore stands out with its seven open kitchens, where master chefs craft Asian and Pacific Rim cuisine. It offers a culinary experience like no other, promising diners a gastronomic spectacle.
– The restaurant also features Thai and Korean dishes throughout the week, spicing up the menu. Keep an eye out for Boston lobsters on Mondays and Tuesdays, as well as Alaskan King Crab from Wednesdays to Sundays in the evening.
– Expected Damage: Lunch – S$62++ (Mon – Fri) | Dinner – S$84++ (Mon – Wed) | Seafood & Grill Night – S$98++ (Thu) | Saturday Brunch – S$72++ | Sunday Brunch – S$108++

2. Estate (Hilton Singapore)
– Estate, with its modern colonial interiors, offers gourmet delicacies that meet hotel standards. The dishes vary between lunch, dinner, and the Grand Sunday Brunch, where indulgent items take center stage.
– The Sunday Brunch features mouth-watering favorites like Beef Wellington with Black Truffle Sauce and decadent Maine Lobster Thermidor. The cheese selection with 32 varieties is a standout.
– *Expected Damage*: Lunch $62++ per adult (Mon-Thurs) | $70++ per adult (Fri-Sat); Dinner $82++ per adult (Sun-Thurs) | $99++ per adult (Fri-Sat) | Sunday brunch $158++ / $188++ per adult (with free-flow Laurent-Perrier Champagne)

3. The Line (Shangri-La Hotel)
– The Line at Shangri-La offers a wide range of international dishes prepared by creative chefs. With 16 theatrical kitchens, this hotel buffet covers Chinese, Japanese, seafood, Western, salads, and delectable desserts.
– Don’t miss the local dishes, a specialty of The Line, featuring laksa and satay.
– *Expected Damage*: Lunch – S$65++ (Mon – Fri), S$75++ (Sat), $178++ (Sun, inclusive of free-flow Veuve Clicquot, house pour wines, beer, soft drinks & juices) | Dinner – S$80++ (Mon & Sun), S$88 (Tue & Wed) $98++ (Thu), S$95++ (Fri & Sat)

4. Lime (PARKROYAL on Pickering)
– Lime, nestled in the lush greenery of PARKROYAL on Pickering’s hotel-in-a-garden concept, offers Asian and international flavors in a lively setting.
– Lime’s Peranakan kitchen elevates classic home-cooked dishes with quality ingredients. The seafood spread, including fresh oysters and prawns, is outstanding.
– *Expected Damage*: Lunch – S$52++ (Mon – Fri), S$58++ (Sat), S$88++ (Sun) | Dinner – S$68++ (Sun – Thu), S$78++ (Fri & Sat)

5. Melt Cafe (Mandarin Oriental)
– Melt – The World Cafe is a multi-cultural culinary feast with an open kitchen concept. It features chefs whipping up a variety of cuisines before your eyes.
– The ‘Asian Kitchen’ offers ‘Noodles of the Day’ with signature mains like prawn noodles, laksa, and lor mee. The North Indian cuisine section is a highlight.
– Expected Damage: Lunch – S$57++ (Mon – Fri), S$61++ (Sat) | Sunday Brunch – S$218++ (inclusive of free-flow Ruinart Blanc de Blanc champagne) | Dinner – S$78++ (Sun – Thu), S$88++ (Fri & Sat)

6. Alley On 25 (Andaz Singapore)
– Andaz Singapore introduces a Lazy Breakfast Semi-Buffet on weekends and public holidays, featuring a breakfast buffet alongside a choice of main course.
– Guests can select from a range of mains, including Eggs Benedict, Smoked Salmon Bagel, Breakfast Burger, or Steak And Egg.
– *Expected Damage*: S$39++ (with an additional S$35 option for free-flow wines, draught beers & mojitos)

7. The Carvery (Park Hotel Alexandra)
– The Carvery at Park Hotel Alexandra is a haven for meat lovers, with live carving stations offering roast beef, pork, roast chicken, and more.
– Don’t miss their wood-fired oven-baked pizzas and an array of delectable desserts, including Pineapple Crumble.
– *Expected Damage*: Lunch (Mon-Sun): S$98.86 per pax (S$49.43 per pax with ChopeDeals) | Dinner (Mon-Thu): S$136.54 per pax (S$68.27 per pax with ChopeDeals) | Dinner (Fri-Sun): S$145.94 per pax (S$72.97 per pax with ChopeDeals)