Hotel breakfast buffets in Singapore
If there’s one F word – no, not that word – to describe Singaporeans, it’s “foodie”. We are, after all, appreciative and proud of our country’s varied food choices. Aside from our usual hawker haunts and trendy cafes, another way we can fill our tummies is by taking advantage of hotel breakfast buffets.
We’ve rounded up a list of 8 breakfast buffet spreads that come with hotel stays. I mean, since you’re already treating yourself to a fancy staycay, why not go all the way? Continue reading to find out more.
Table of Contents
- Hotel breakfast buffets in Singapore
- 1. Shangri-La Hotel – Dedicated buffet corner for kids on weekends
- 2. M Social Singapore – Omelette-making robot
- 3. Dusit Thani Singapore – Dine in a giant glasshouse
- 4. Mandarin Oriental – Middle Eastern decor & food
- 5. InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay – Alfresco dining area
- 6. Quincy Hotel – Breakfast till 3pm
- 7. Warehouse Hotel – Local food & nostalgic old-school ambiance
- 8. Copthorne King’s Hotel – Peranakan-themed breakfast
- Pamper yourself at these hotel breakfast buffets
1. Shangri-La Hotel – Dedicated buffet corner for kids on weekends
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Quality and quantity is what you’ll find at The Line at Shangri-La Hotel, home to 16 cooking stations where guests can see the BTS of chefs cooking up a storm. If you’re hankering for a savoury bowl of noodles or a refreshing plate of salad, the restaurant serves various cuisines including Asian, Western, and Continental F&B.
Families with kiddos will be glad to know that The Line also has weekend kid-specials, where there will be a specific buffet corner set up just for the lil’ ones. Choices include both sweet and savoury grub like croissants, pancakes, and waffles.
2. M Social Singapore – Omelette-making robot
There are live performances during brunch time too.
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The affordable M Social Singapore is a popular location for couples, with its location set along the Singapore River. And right below the hotel is Beast and Butterflies, the dining area for guests to gather and indulge in delectable food.
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Make your way to the buffet stations where you can choose dishes such as the typical American breakfast, kuehs, toasts, and nasi lemak. But the star of the show would be the egg-making robot, primed to cook your desired style of eggs. And if you’re up for a cheeky tipple, order a glass or two here as they have a wide selection of artisanal cocktails.
3. Dusit Thani Singapore – Dine in a giant glasshouse
It’s time to bust out your best #cottagecore outfit at The Greenhouse, set in Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore. This pseudo greenhouse is covered in floor-to-ceiling windows – think Gardens by the Bay’s Flower Dome – so you can expect a tonne of sunlight streaming in as you feast.
Choices are aplenty here as there are 5 show kitchens that include cuisines such as Thai, Japanese, Indian, Mediterranean, and Chinese. But let’s be real – you’ll probably be spending most of your time here photographing the scenic establishment.
4. Mandarin Oriental – Middle Eastern decor & food
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Hop a carpet and fly, to another Arabian night. The set of Aladdin is brought to life at Melt Café, located in Mandarin Oriental. Spot the traditional Middle Eastern ornaments peppered around the cafe, such as the clay tagines and copper water jug.
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Food-wise, you can choose between various international offerings from chicken curry, eggs benny, dim sum, and pancakes. There’s also a roast and carving corner where you can stock up on your proteins, and a patisserie counter to satisfy your dessert cravings.
5. InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay – Alfresco dining area
Island gals, this one’s for you. Publico Ristorante at InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay is a botanical dream for those who thrive outdoors. Snap a couple of photos in front of the green walls, or under the big parasols. Then fuel up with classic Western grub like pancakes, avocado toasts, and eggs benedict.
6. Quincy Hotel – Breakfast till 3pm
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One qualm about hotel breakfasts is the early timings. After all, the last thing you want is to wake up at 8am during your holiday. Sleepyheads will be glad to know that Quincy Hotel has an extended breakfast timing till 3pm, so you can comfortably sleep past noon knowing that food is still available.
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The urban jungle inspired breakfast area has a mix of local and international food waiting for you, including the beloved nasi lemak, chicken porridge, scrambled eggs, and fluffy French toasts.
7. Warehouse Hotel – Local food & nostalgic old-school ambiance
Set in the stylish Warehouse Hotel is Po Restaurant, with its unique rattan lamps and chairs that’s paired with the marble table tops – reminiscent of your popo’s dining room with a modern dose of IG-worthiness.
Imagine your grandmother’s cooking and that’s what you’ll get at Po Restaurant. The menu consists of classic local dishes such as kueh pie tie, dumplings, chee cheong fun, and even charcoal-grilled iberico satay – a modern twist to our usual hawker fav. Crafty cats can opt to DIY your own popiah, where you can pick from the fresh ingredients provided by the place.
8. Copthorne King’s Hotel – Peranakan-themed breakfast
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Princess Terrace at Copthorne King’s Hotel takes you back to the nostalgic streets of Penang. The place has been adorned with traditional Chinese lanterns and banners – giving major CNY vibes.
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Completing the Peranakan theme are the street food that’s served. Guests can expect Penang delicacies including the spicy Assam laksa, char-grilled char kway teow, and lor bak. No need to travel to Malaysia for authentic food.
Pamper yourself at these hotel breakfast buffets
From a Peranakan-themed buffet that’s perfect for your grandparents to extended breakfast timings for the night owls, this list of breakfast buffets at our local hotels is defo worth checking out. Time to book your much-needed vacay and make your way down to the buffet spreads. Happy munchin’!
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