Buffets

Buffets

I love buffets. You get to eat so many things in one setting, as much as I want. Here are a few buffets I have tried.
Hungry Ghost
Hungry Ghost

Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant offers more than 200 buffet items over 29 categories.

You can expect sashimi and sushi, yakotori and robatayaki, Japanese hot pot, cold buckwheat noodles and more. Each diner is also entitled to a serving of their seasonal speciality which happens to be Japanese Baked Gratin Oyster.

The food is average at best but you do get to have a birdeye view of Orchard Road.

Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

Kogane Yama has recently opened a new outlet at JEM serving their signature tendon bowls (Mixed Bowl, Chicken Bowl, Prawn Bowl, Vegetable Bowl) and donburi (Chirashi Bowl, Gyu Bowl, Mentaiko Bowl, Buta Bowl). Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg.

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Buffet Town at the basement of Raffles City Shopping Centre offers 300 buffet items over 29 categories. Besides Seafood on Ice, Japanese, Mediterranean and Western food, there are also many local iconic dishes available such as Hainanese Chicken Rice, Chilli Crab and Village Style Assorted Satay. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

The prices are a little high here and there are only four condiments to choose from, but the ingredients are very fresh and service from the staff is good. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

Colony at The Ritz-Carlton offers seven "live" conservatory kitchens that showcases Chinese, Indian, Malaysian, Western and local dishes. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

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Antoinette's Salted Yolk Lava Croissant has been voted by Daniel Food Diary to be the best salted egg croissant in Singapore. If salted egg is not your thing, Antoinette also has Chilli Crab Croissant. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

Seasonal Salad Bar is a all-you-can-eat salad buffet that is halal certified. All main course comes with the salad buffet which includes salad ingredients, ready-mix salad, pasta, soup and finger food. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

Edge at Pan Pacific boasts seven live theatres showcasing Singaporean, Chinese, Malay, Indian, Thai, Japanese and Pan Pacific's signature "Pacific Cuisine". Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

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If you are looking for a good international buffet and you don't mind spending a little bit more, The Line at Shangri-La Hotel is one of the best international buffet you can find in Singapore. Please read my full review at www.hungryghost.sg

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It is a little expensive, but it is worth it with more than 10 stations of food, a delightful spread of desserts, a Japanese station that serves sliced-upon-order sashimi and an amazing seafood spread. The best thing is, it is halal-certified.

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21 On Rajah is a buffet that recently opened in Day Hotel. This is a halal buffet so Muslims can enjoy to their heart's contend. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

Spice Cafe's Harvest of the Sea Dinner Buffet has crab cooked in 5 different styles. Although this is definitely not the best buffet and a little pricey for the quality of food, but it is still worth a try. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

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