Buffets

Buffets

Featuring The Beast, Yum Cha (Chinatown), Shin Minori (UE Square), Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant, The Kitchen Table (W Hotel Singapore), Asian Market Café (Fairmont Singapore), StraitsKitchen, Buffet Town, Straits Cafe (Rendezvous Hotel), HIFUMI Japanese Restaurant (Marina Square)
Thiam Peng Tan
Thiam Peng Tan

The plain pork. It's so bad. Thick but dry, so that sucks.

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The only meat that's not free-flow. But unlike my previous visit, it was not the best cut. It was easily undercooked or overcooked.

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(Clockwise from top left) Japchae, kimchi, bean sprouts, potato salad, fishcake, radish. Below average I'd say. I controlled myself to focus on the meats.

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The better beef this time surprisingly, more than the premium brisket. The latter was easily undercooked or overcooked. At least this had the bulgogi marinade.

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I came for the cheap iftar buffet and it's indeed of cheap standard. You have to top up money for drinks but they're all diluted. The durian pengat was passable, while the other desserts you can get the same from your neighbourhood bakery.

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I came for the cheap iftar buffet and it's indeed of cheap standard. This is from the self-service carving station. Although some parts were flavourful, more often than not I got the impression it's cheap lamb that's also not cooked well.

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I came for the cheap iftar buffet and it's indeed of cheap standard. This was no different from caifan's version.

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I came for the cheap iftar buffet and it's indeed of cheap standard. The fish was no different from typical fillets in Singapore. Rice was okay fragrant.

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I came for the cheap iftar buffet and it's indeed of cheap standard. Even laksa could be mediocre. The only plus was the large crystal prawn.

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I came for the cheap iftar buffet and it's indeed of cheap standard. These were average.

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I came for the cheap iftar buffet and it's indeed of cheap standard. The crab's flesh was so difficult to eat. It doesn't matter it's unlimited, you can't eat much. The gong gong was too briny for me.

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I came for the cheap iftar buffet and it's indeed of cheap standard. This was one of the more decent items. Mee soto soup, while chicken ball although is usually worse than pork and beef, it's fine here.

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Tried more food than this account shows. Not known for naggy, deep reviews. Just the truth.

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