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Best Buffets in Singapore

Best Buffets in Singapore

'Tis the season to eat, drink and be merry — cue the best buffets in Singapore. We've rounded up 10 places worth the splurge, whether it's to go down memory lane over local kuehs with mum or indulging in 40 different cheeses at a go. Gather your loved ones, it's time to feast!
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Good service, quality and ambience – this is one buffet that the Burpple community can't stop raving about. Set in the snazzy Ritz Carlton Hotel, Colony is known for its appetite-whetting buffet (from $58), which excels in both local and Asian flavours. Roasts are tasty, seafood is super fresh, and local dishes like the laksa and popiah are equally excellent.
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Bring a cheese lover to this Italian joint, and they'll love you for a long time. The Formaggissimo Night ($58) flaunts a free-flow selection of over 40 Italian cheeses, from Burrata to Smoked Mozarella and Gorgonzola. Cheeses aside, you can also fill up on the scrumptious variety of crudo (Italian-style raw fish), cured meats, bread and cook-to-order pastas here.
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If you've got a date who loves street food, this is your cue! Priding itself on an Asian street food concept, the buffet (from $55) at Pan Pacific boasts seven open kitchens, replete with live cooking theatrics. Hot picks by the community include the Kimberley Street Kway Chap and the juicy Salted Egg Crispy Prawns. Burppler Tammy Wee also implores you to finish on a sweet note — melt-in-your-mouth cubes of assorted Soft Chocolate!
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Bring friends who are down for some mookata loving at this Orchard Central spot! The buffet (from $29.80) features freshly marinated meats and interesting soup bases (salted egg yolk soup, anyone?) that hit the spot. Don't forget to make space for the show-stealing desserts, such as the DIY pandan waffles and mango sticky rice.
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Heralded as one of the most iconic buffets in Singapore, this Shangri-La stalwart maintains a reputation for its consistent, quality fare. The international buffet (from $65) here is bound to impress, with standouts being the fresh seafood and made-to-order Grilled Satay (there's even a raclette cheese station!). Dessert lovers will be pleased with the line-up of fresh bakes, pastries and local kuehs as well.
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Mark this Japanese buffet joint down for special occasions! Prices here may not be the cheapest around, but with Burpple Beyond's 1-for-1 Premium BBQ Buffet, two get to enjoy free flow beef, sashimi, drinks and Ben & Jerry's ice cream at just $114.90. We suggest skipping the subpar cooked dishes and saving tummy space for the must-orders here, including the excellent signature Wagyu Beef varieties, fresh Salmon Sashimi and umami Gyu Tan (beef tongue).
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Meat lovers, this spot along Alexandra Road is where you can get your free-flow protein fix. Don't expect a wide variety at this buffet (from $42), but the quality of its offerings certainly makes up for it. Whilst offering a typical array of Western dishes like beef stew, pastas and pizzas, the roasted meats, such as the tender Whisky-Aged Black Angus Prime Rib and crispy Bangalow Sweet Pork, are what you should make a beeline for.
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Housed in Days Hotel, this Halal-friendly buffet serves up Meditarranean and Asian flavours befitting for an offbeat date night. The buffet (from $35) spread is extensive, and sees signature dishes like the Slow Braised Lamb Shank and Beef Meatballs. Small eaters may opt for the a la carte menu as well, with options ranging from the Slow Cooked Norwegian Salmon ($23.90) to the Crayfish Nonya Laksa ($15.90).
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With its affordable price tag, adequate ventilation and large dining area, this casual Korean barbecue buffet is the perfect spot to messily eat your heart out with the gang. The Weekday Lunch is the ultimate steal – at just $14.90 per pax, help yourself to the a wide variety of free-flow meats, seafood and Korean dishes. Don't miss out on the tasty Japchae (glass noodles) and crispy Pajeon (pancake), as recommended by the community.
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For an intimate family gathering, look to this rustic Italian joint located in the basement of Grand Hyatt. Feast to your heart's content with the Full Italian Lunch Buffet ($40), from made-to-order wood-fired oven pizzas to freshly baked breads. Burppler MichelleLIN T recommends the Capricciosa Pizza – think fresh mushrooms, artichokes and forest ham on a chewy yet crusty base. Desserts here are are stellar as well, such as the Chocolate Fondant with Cherries and the Ricotta Cheese Tart.
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