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Burpple Guides, Buffets 10 Best Buffets Worth The Splurge There's no better way to celebrate the holidays with your friends and family than indulging in Singapore's best buffets! We've rounded up the spreads worth saving up for, just be sure to bring an empty stomach and a strong will. Whether it's feasting on quality international dishes, having a tête-à-tête with your mother over dainty treats or splurging on a luxurious seafood brunch, it's time to gather your loved ones for a feast like no other.
Burpple Guides, Buffets Best Buffets Under $50 in Singapore 2016 Sometimes, a regular menu just isn't enough to satisfy your bottomless stomach. Whether you're craving for endless sashimi, a meaty feast in a hotel or just looking for a reliable international buffet in town, gather the hungriest of friends and hit up one of these places on our list — they are all under $50!
Burpple Guides, Buffets, Good For Groups 10 Best Buffets in Singapore Buffets are for those times when mindless, passionate indulgence is what you want. Occasionally, it also comes with regret when you're done eating. Always go with an empty stomach and clear your schedule for the rest of the day because you'll need to nurse that food coma!
High Tea, Seafood, Buffets Buffet Time! Sometimes you feel like you need to be pampered, maybe after a marathon or something. Some worthy dishes here for you to choose the place to burn that hole in your pocket!
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Went to Kcook and was delighted that they remained consistent compared to my past visits a year ago and 2 years ago😂
Id personally go for their kimchi pancake and japchae alongside 2-3 selections per meat type😋 Lunch was affordable at a price of $14.90 for students!! Thus give it a try, since the cooked/ready to eat food are slightly different from the average KBBQ places👍🏻

Another day another shabusai☺️✨
Lunch is really worth it in my opinion! And now they are having a promo at causewaypoint from 1-31 october 2018, at 3-5pm, $12.90/pax👍🏻💯 sadly didnt get to go to the cwp outlet and visited westgate outlet instead!

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The vermicelli encapsulates the sweetness of the prawns. I’m a big fan of vermicelli in claypot! And if you are too, you gotta try this. Part of the new menu launched at the newly revamped Crystal Jade Kitchen Holland Village! Group Executive Chef Martin Foo introduced awesome dimsum like siewmai with truffle ($7.50/4pcs) and the must-order Deep Fried Carrot Dumpling Pastry with chicken and dried shrimp ($5.30/3pcs). One can never go wrong at Crystal Jade. The new menu will only start rolling at Holland Village Kitchen outlet before going to the rest. Time to pop to check them out.

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The mushroom has a enjoyable textural bite to it which is accentuated by the aromatic minced garlic with chilli sauce.
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Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2018/09/si-chuan-dou-hua-parkroyal-on-beach.html
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Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant
PARKROYAL on Beach Road
7500 Beach Road
Singapore 199591
Tel: +65 65055724
Nearest MRT: Nicoll Highway (CC Line)

Opening Hours:
Daily: 1130am - 1030pm

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@crystaljadesg kitchen has revamped its outlet at @hollandvillage_sg and come out with new items ! This is the only outlet that opens at 8.30am and provide sumptuous dim sum and dinner! My fav is this deep fried carrot dumpling pastry that can probably make you eat more than 3 pcs easily! If you’re jadelite member you may enjoy 15% off total bill excluding beverages.(valid till 31 oct, only for dine in at Holland V outlet)
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I particularly liked the salmon as it was really tender and well-marinated without any fishy stench. If only every table wasn't limited to one serving 😟

Of course no japanese buffet is complete without sashimi and i enjoyed their sashimi which was sufficiently thick and fresh👍🏻 However, the makis here failed to meet my expectations. The rice felt like they had been overcooked and a few of the nigiri i had failed to hold together 😕

Also, i felt that the buffet menu was somewhat limited, especially as compared to other places such as Shin minori which has a more extensive selection of makis, with a great number of special rolls such as salmon with cream cheese, spider rolls and makis with unagi (which sadly cannot be found anywhere in the menu??) On the whole, i feel that Irodori has its fair share of hits and misses and while it is worth a try, it doesn't warrant repeated visits from me😅

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Perfectly al dente and flavourful. So good that I go for a few helpings.
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Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2018/09/edge-pan-pacific-singapore-launches.html
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The Edge
Pan Pacific Hotel Singapore
Level 3
7 Raffles Boulevard
Singapore 039595
Nearest MRT: Promenade (CC Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon-Sat: 12pm - 230pm, 630pm - 1030pm
Sun: 12pm - 4pm, 630pm - 1030pm

If I want to eat chicken hotpot. This is the 1st place where I think about.
About $60 for 2 pax. With Medium size spicy chicken hotpot.

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But this is one of the nicest we tasted.

The serving is just nice for 2 persons. We like the small pieces of carrots and the rice is fried to golden and very tasty.

The service is top notch in this top Chinese restaurant. We rate this dish 8/10. This is a dish one should order.

Bought a voucher for Ash & Elm’s semi-buffet lunch ($30.40++ appetizer & dessert with a choice of main course), but as they were having a full buffet that day, we were allowed to go for the full buffet instead, by paying $10++ to upgrade one of our coupons without the main course to a full buffet. It’s as confusing as it sounds - and the staff didn’t really explain it that well to us, so we were rather puzzled for quite a while.

Notwithstanding their confusing explanation of what we could get, the buffet was decently worth our money and the quality of the food was quite reasonable, considering it’s cheaper than the typical buffet. My favourite dish hands down is their freshly made flatbread (cheese, onions, ham) that comes straight from a pizza oven. The gooeyness of the cheese with the hot tomato purée and the sweet crunch of onions was amazing 🙌🏻

I also enjoyed their dessert section. They have a good variety of ice creams, with original flavours like cinnamon gelato and white chocolate gelato, and familiar ones like dark chocolate gelato, and lemon & lime sorbet. I liked the consistency of the ice cream, because it was on the lighter side and not so creamy, which is great after eating a lot before that. In particular, I loved the pairing of the dark chocolate gelato and this dark chocolate tart (pictured). It was really rich and the tart base was perfectly snappy, but somehow the gelato made it taste not as cloying! I didn’t enjoy the rest of their cakes though.

Apart from this, I didn’t find the appetisers or mains particularly interesting. They tasted quite average, which was a pity. The steak from the self-cutting station was tender, but slightly cold. However, I did like the fact that there was a glass room with 3 different cheese, of which I enjoyed the Brie the most, and some charcuterie.

Overall, it was an alright experience. They have quite nice deco and there are a fair bit of tourists, since Ash & Elm is located on the first floor in Intercontinental Bugis, which is the hotel next to Bugis Junction. Not that sure I would be back, but it was a decent try.

The lovely plate of barbecued seafood from the Rasa Sayang BBQ Seafood Buffet at Royale! My favourite barbecued item was probably the plump scallops, with a slightly sour, gingery sauce and minced garlic on top. Otherwise, the steak was not bad - quite tender and had a charcoal taste from the grill, although on the thinner side.

For the other dishes, I loved the creme brûlée (simple but creamy and amazingly satisfying to crack that layer of sugar) 🙌🏻 and har cheong gai wings. There are about 2 rows of local food, a table of desserts (with an ice kachang machine), a salad and chilled seafood bar and DIY Rojak station, and the highlight - the grilled seafood, which is done by a chef at an outdoor area. Overall, I felt the food was decent, but the replenishing of buffet dishes could have been done a bit more frequently.

The Rasa Sayang BBQ Seafood Buffet is available at the restaurant, Royale, in Mercure Singapore Bugis for $68++ until 9 December. It’s a bit pricy, but there is a 1 for 1 promo if you’re a UOB cardholder. Thanks @burpple for the invite and @mercuresingaporebugis for hosting us!