Shaburi & Kintan Buffet

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~$40/pax
Shaburi & Kintan Buffet offers two restaurants under one roof: Shaburi, a Japanese Shabu-Shabu and Kintan, a Japanese premium BBQ.

50 Jurong Gateway Road
#03-11/12 Jem
Singapore 608549

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Wednesday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

The choice to choose between Yakiniku or Shaburi Shabu-Shabu, went for the latter because the slots for Yakiniku was packed all the way. Thankfully my friend went to get Q number early at 5+pm and we were informed of an available slot at 7pm.

Upgraded to the Special Shabu, so its 90 mins dining time, with more choices of meat. I usually go for beef 🥩 when it comes to Japanese hotpot, and preferred Angus Beef here compared to Tasty Beef as I prefer less fats in meats generally.

Individual Twin Pot for soup, Tonkotsu and Hot Miso. Tonkotsu was satisfying, rich broth and doesn’t interfere much with the taste of the ingredients. Hot Miso was lackluster, doesn’t pack as much flavor and spiciness as I would like.

For drinks bar, an array of cooked food and other ingredients there will be lists of papers to order due to the covid situation now. Would recommend this place for their Shaburi Shabu-shabu due to the quality of the meat and at least I discovered a broth I really like on my first try!

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Had the premium ($46.8++) buffet and it was worth every cent! The steaks were unbelievably tender and juicy, and we repeated the order for like 5 times. Gyu tan was a delight too!

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Went straight for the kintan buffet! Enjoyed the gyutan (beef tongue) and beef slices thoroughly. Their chawanmushi packs a punch and I devoured 2 cups during the buffet. The time limit is 90min, of which the first 70 min can be used to order food. As for the remaining 20 min, you can’t order any more food. You can still take the food from their cooked food and salad bars. I enjoyed the pork miso soup as well! Their staff was attentive and kept clearing the empty plates. You can also request to change the grill when it gets too charred.

Worth trying! A little pricey but good for special occasions!

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Kintan Buffet - They offer a wide variety of beef cuts ranging from the tongue, to ribeye, to rump.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/shaburi-kintan/

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Im telling you this chawanmushi is loaded. Choke full of mushrooms and chicken and seafood it's no wonder they serve it in small cups and fill it only half full else it would be too easy devouring a bowl of that. As a proud self proclaimed buffet strategist who maximises value and taste, i can tell you that this is good enuf to warrant a second cup during a yakuniku buffet.

They also provide gyutan(beef tongue). Really hard to grill since they keep folding up and the clumsy tongs dont help, as well as so easy to overcook due to its thinness, it really calls for 100% attention but it's so worth the effort.

I would definitely advice the short ribs(kalbi) as it's very flavourful and has enuf fat as well. The leaner muscles tend to dry out as the juices escape since the heat isnt enough to sear the meat quickly so i'd advise skipping the lean cuts and go for the fatty ones :D

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This recently opened restaurant on the third floor of JEM houses two concepts under the same roof — Japanese shabu (hotpot) or kintan (grilled meats). The concepts are kept separate, meaning your whole group must choose between having hotpot or grill, and each table must select the same buffet type. Make sure you come to a decision before stepping in. For both concepts, skip the Regular Buffet ($24.80 for Shaburi, $27.80 for Kintan) and go for the Special Shabu ($29.80) or the Kintan Buffet ($34.80) — the meats come from better quality cuts. Maximise the 90-minute feeding frenzy, for there are many stations to conquer. Dining at any of the two concepts gives you access to the cooked food, vegetables, drinks and soft serve stations. Make your own seaweed, curry or spicy fries with the powders provided, or stuff yourself silly with smooth chawanmushi, freshly fried chicken or lightly battered tempura. For your last fifteen minutes, head to the soft serve counter for milky vanilla soft serve, sprinkled with your favourite toppings.
Avg Price: $40 per person
Photo by Burppler Hilary See

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