10 Hotel Buffets Not To Miss In 2015
Buffets. Ahh the idea of free flow food, stuffing yourself silly and then slowly slipping into a food coma as the day passes… who doesn’t like that?
International, chinese, breakfast, japanese, ice-cream and even durian buffets are all the rage right now. Here we bring to you, a specially curated list of the best hotel buffets to not miss making sure you get all the bang for your buck and not waste unnecessary calories on lacklustre food.
1. Durian Buffet at Goodwood Park Hotel
Singapore’s national fruit is an acquired taste; you either love it or hate it for it’s pungent smell. For durian aficionados, be glad to know that Goodwood Park hotel holds an annual Durian Fiesta featuring a range of handmade durian crafted desserts for purchase from 16 March to 2 August 2015 at the hotel’s Deli.
From 30 May to 2 August 2015, Coffee Lounge will also be serving its much anticipated Dessert buffet with their signature durian pastries during lunch and dinner.
Price: TBC during March 2015
Address: 22 Scotts Road, Singapore 228221
Contact: L’Espresso: 6730 1743 | Coffee Lounge Durian Buffet: 6730 1746
2. International Seafood Buffet at The Line
Many of you won’t be a stranger to this much raved about place in Singapore’s buffet industry. The Line is popular amongst diners for its HUGE array of food from all over the world, including it’s impressive dessert line which can practically be a dessert buffet by itself.
Lunch Buffet: Monday to Friday: $58++ (adult), $29++ (child)
Saturday & Public Holidays: $68++ (adult), $34++ (child)
Dinner Buffet: Mon, Wed & Sun (International): $76++ (adult), $38++ (child)
Address: Shang-ri La Hotel; Lower Lobby Tower Wing
Contact: 6213 4275
For more info on The Line’s buffet, click here.
3. Super Photogenic Buffet At Lime
The highlight of the buffet at Lime is definitely the matcha chocolate fondue situated right at the front of the buffet line. Instagrammers, whip out your phones and prepare to make your followers jealous with the super photogenic dessert spread. The international buffet here boasts a large variety of food and even live stations which serve up hot, fresh food in tasting portions.
Price: International Sunday Brunch (12pm – 3pm), SGD 138++ per adult, Includes free flow of Piper Heidsieck Champagne, House Wines, Chilled Juices, Soft Drinks, Specialty Coffee and Tea
SGD 98++ per adult, Includes free flow of Chilled Juices, Soft Drinks, Specialty Coffee and Tea.
Address: PARKROYAL on Pickering, 3 Upper Pickering Street, Level one , Singapore 058289
Contact: 6809 8888
Also read more about our visit to Lime here.
4. Halal International Buffet @ Carousel
Heads up ardent seafood lovers! Stuff yourself silly here with a lavish seafood spread from lobsters, prawns, oysters, crabs and scallops on ice. Be spoiled for choice with not one but 3 dessert stations and chocolate fondues in three different types of chocolate – white, dark and milk. What makes this place better, is that it is halal certified so our malay friends can join in the gastronomic experience brought to you by Carousel!
You definitely need to book a few weeks in advance though – the last 3 times we tried to book 1 one week in advance, we were told it was fully booked.
Weekday buffet lunch: S$49.00++ (adult) | S$30.00++ (child)
Weekday buffet dinner: S$68.00++ (adult) | S$40.00++(child)
Carousel Buffet Restaurant at Royal Plaza on Scotts, 25 Scotts Road, Singapore 228220
Contact: (65) 6737 7966
5. Cheese & Chocolate Bar Buffet @ The Club,Marina Bay Sands
Treat yourself to an indulgent buffet that is cheese, chocolate and wine. PLUS, a mesmerizing view of Singapore’s beautiful nightscape while noshing on over 40 handcrafted desserts, 12 varieties of European cheese and the world’s most exotic coffee.
Price: Optional Wine Pairing (available from 8pm – Midnight): Classic: $19++ per person (3 wines)
Cheese & Chocolate: Adults $48++ | Child $24++
Optional Wine Pairing: Classic: $19++ Per Person Dessert: $28++ Per Person
Black Ivory Coffee pairing: $60++ Per Person
Address: The Club at Marina Bay Sands,Hotel Tower 2, Level 55
For more info, click here.
6. Seven Open Kitchens At Edge @ Pan Pacific Singapore
If you’re one who likes variety / have a huge appetite, you would definitely like Edge @ Pan Pacific Singapore. Edge has a really expansive buffet spread featuring many live cooking stations providing a feast for the senses. The types of food include Singaporean, Chinese, Malay, Indian, Thai, Japanese and Pan Pacific’s signature “Pacific Cuisine”. Winner of 2014 RAS Epicurean Star Awards ‘Best Buffet’, their signatures include their Tandoori meats, Satay and Chinese Dim Sum.
1. Hooked at Edge – Wednesday/Thursday 6.30pm – 10.30pm
Features classic dinner selections from Roasted Pork Rib, Homemade Laksa, Duck Confit, Satay, Dim Sum and wide selection of cheese and desserts.
Price: SGD88 per adult inclusive of free flow beverages, coffee and tea, SGD 44 per child
2. A Long Long Lunch
Lunch buffet featuring well known local favorites like Homemade Laksa, Bak Kut Teh, Nasi Lemak, Fried Carrot Cake and snacks like Kaya Toast, Portugese Egg Tarts, Ice Kacang and a selection of durian based desserts,
Price: SGD 48 for adult, SGD 24 per child. Available every Saturday from 12 pm to 4pm
Address: Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, Singapore 039595
Contact: +65 6336 8111
7. The Dining Room @ Sheraton Towers Singapore
Rather than the usual humongous spread of food in hotel buffets, The Dining Room features a modest variety but of superior quality. Best for the people who value quality over quantity. Enjoy endless rounds of your favourites out of the spread as you take in the breathtaking ambience attributed to the floor to ceiling glass panes facing a scenic waterfall.
Breakfast: Mon to Sun: 0600 – 1030, Adult: $40.00++, Child (6-12 years): $20.00++
Lunch: Mon to Fri: 1200 – 1430, Adult: $41.80++ , Child (6-12 years): $21.00++
Sat & Sun: 1200 – 1500, Adult: $39.00++, Child (6-12 years): $20.00++
Dinner: Wed to Sat: 1900 – 2200, Adult: $58.00++, Child (6-12 years): $30.00++
Address: Sheraton Towers Singapore, 39 Scotts Road
Contact: 6839 5621
8. High Tea Barbecue Buffet @ Café Brio’s
Talk about different. Instead of the usual kuehs, cakes and breads, why not try barbecue?
Every Saturday from 2-5pm, diners who enjoy barbecue are in for a treat as a variety of ingredients are prepared live, a la minute on the open charcoal-fired grill. Pair your BBQ dishes with favorites like nasi lemak, baked prawn with mango in filo pastry, freshly made handroll, california maki, dim sum and many more.
Price: Adult: $38, Child: $19
Address: Havelock Road, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel Singapore, Singapore 169663
Contact: 6233 1100 / [email protected]
For more info, click here.
9. High Tea Buffet @ L’Espresso
Enjoy an afternoon with English tea treats like dainty sandwiches, salads, savouries, pastries, desserts, the all time favourite chocolate fountain and definitely not missing out English scones. Lounge amongst the air of sophistication in comfy leather sofas and floor to ceiling glass windows which provide a beautiful view of the hotel’s pool.
Price: Mon to Thurs: 2pm – 5.30pm, Fri to Sun & Public Holidays: 12pm – 2.30pm / 3pm – 5.30pm
$45++ per adult & $22.50++ per child (6-11 years old) – includes 2 servings of coffee or tea
$68++ per adult – includes 1 glass of Moët & Chandon champagne and 2 servings of coffee or tea
Address: 22 Scotts Road, Singapore 228221
Contact: 6730 1743
10. Chocolate Rhapsody @ The Landing Point
The Landing Point used to serve their traditional Chocolate buffet but not any more. Fret not for they have replaced it with their new promotion which is “The Landing Point’s Chocolate Rhapsody”. It is served 3 tier style inclusive of coffees and teas. Available every Fridays and Saturdays from 8pm – 11pm, the items in the 3 tiers are refillable as per request. Offered are treats like Fullerton’s Signature Chocolate Manjari Cake, Salted Caramel Tartlet and a trio of Chocolate-dipped Madeline.
Price: $32 per adult
Address: 80 Collyer Quay, s049326
Contact: 6597 5277
Surely I don’t need to give you a reason to feast do I? Hope you’ve enjoyed our list of hotel buffets in Singapore. If you’ve any to recommend, let us know in the comments below!