Must-Try Buffets in Singapore

Must-Try Buffets in Singapore

The tiny island of Singapore is a melting pot of different cultures. The influences of the Malays, Chinese, Indian and English has given birth to a rich food scene that has the world touting the country as Asia’s Food Capital.

A foodie’s journey is never complete without taking a trip to Singapore. But if you’re on a layover and only have a few hours to spare to explore the food scene, or you only have a short number of days to explore the city, why not check out a local buffet? Buffets are the best way to sample out dishes in one place.

Singapore has many buffet deals you can enjoy. Here are some of the best ones to check out.

Azur at Crowne Plaza Changi Airport

Singapore Laksa food

If your layover lasts for less than five hours, head over to the Azur at the Crowne Plaza Changi Airport to enjoy the wide array of dishes from Singapore and around the region.

Try out their scrumptious dishes like the Seafood on Ice, Crispy Pork Knuckles, Roasted BBQ Beef Ribs, Roasted Leg of Lamb, and Singapore Laksa. For dessert, have some Warm Chocolate Pudding, and Pandan Gula Melaka cake.

Sky22 at Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena

After a day of walking around Singapore, it’s nice to sit down and relax. Book a seat at the Sky 22 at the Courtyard by Marriott. Feast your eyes on the picturesque views of the city with its floor-to-ceiling windows, while dining on fresh Singaporean fare.

Try out their Nasi Ulam Wild Rice Salad with charred Octopus, Tiger Prawn Laksa Lemak, and Pan-seared Red Grouper with Sambal Oelek. End on a sweet note with the Bubur Cha Cha Cup or the Gula Melaka Crème brûlée.

Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore

If you love to see how kitchens come to life to create their dishes, book a table at the Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore. There are seven open kitchens with chefs specialising in Singaporean, Chinese, Indian, and Malay cuisines. Be amazed at the chefs’ skills as they prepare food à la minute.

For a delightful meal, try out their Suckling Pig, Japanese Omi Wagyu, Duck Satay, and Duck Confit Ravioli. Satisfy your sweet tooth with their wide array of desserts ranging from cakes, macarons, mochi, and crêpes.

The Kitchen Table at W Singapore – Sentosa Cove

Fancy a glam dining experience at the heart of the tropical paradise of Sentosa? Head over to the Kitchen Table at W Singapore Sentosa Cove. The restaurant features whimsical designs like the giant oversized tables hanging from the ceiling, water containers that look like flowering cans, and psychedelic coloured glasses.

Seafood lovers must try their Slipper Lobster and Ridged Gourd Curry, Octopus Salad on Toast with Jamon Crumbs, and Chili Flower Crab

Triple Three at Mandarin Orchard Singapore

Japanese sashimi

After a day of shopping around Orchard Road, hop over to the Triple Three at Mandarin Orchard Singapore. This Japanese-inspired restaurant boasts of an extensive international cuisine, with fresh seafood, sashimi, and sushi taking centre stage.

Start off with their smorgasbord of fresh seafood like Alaskan King Crab legs and oysters, then make your way to their variety of sashimi. End the buffet with their rich cheesecakes, tarts and ice cream.

Singapore’s rich food scene will leave you wanting to eat more. Savour every dish you try and you might just find your next favourite.