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Best Buffets in Singapore
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Best Buffets in Singapore
Buffets are the perfect solution for celebrating milestones, birthdays and festive seasons with family, friends and colleagues. Here’s a list of Singapore’s best buffets, including sashimi sashimi feasts to sustainable eating and an international Halal option.
New on Beyond: November 2019
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New on Beyond: November 2019
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Best Pastries in Singapore
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Best Pastries in Singapore
From luscious treats in MBS, to bombolones in Regent Hotel and good ol' traditional treats along East Coast Road— here are 11 to-die-for pastries that are well worth the extra lap around the field.
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Bar Bites for The Best Nights
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Another value for money place for a meal! Was skeptical to order this as it didn’t look like there was going to be a lot of sashimi but I guess the thick foie gras made up for the lack of salmon.

I’m guessing the sauce at the side is supposed to be a little spicy but it wasn’t. Although it’s a nice touch to go with the Japanese rice.

Came with quite a lot of 🥑 too

The kaya toast was relatively (not superrr) crispy and came with a pretty thick cold butter piece. The homemade kaya was nice, texture is slightly similar to tong ah’s but not as lumpy (which I appreciate), and it had a light pleasant taste and wasn’t too sweet! Would have preferred if the toast was more crisp :)

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Superb!! Super tender and was really surprised at the quality of the meat. It almost melted in our mouths even though it was not expensive.

Went well with the black pepper sauce and wasn’t overly salty. Will be back to have this for sure! Although nothing was spicy in this, I would say it has been the best dish so far, though we have yet to try the ramen (a little reluctant as it didn’t have good reviews here)

Coffee was surprisingly good and honestly better than Starbucks. It was intense like their description, taste of chocolate and but were evident. 7.0/10

Meat were still alright for the price. They have different parts of beef, pork and chicken. Side dishes were included as well like their fried garlic rice.
Not as good as gyu kaku but for the price, will make do. 6.0/10

Thai Kway Chup ($5)
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Super late to the party @yaowaratthaikwaychap but really enjoyed my meal here. Although the taste still falls short of my favourite roadside stall in BKK, this is a good version no less. Think peppery soup, sweet thai sausages, crispy pork belly and a generous dose of sliced pork cooked to perfection served with rolled kway. Add a dash of the chilli flakes to give a bigger kick! Also worth ordering are the fried intestines ($8) and the stirfried cabbage($5).

Not as much froyo as depicted. Topped with cubed fruits and unsweetened muesli clusters.