5 Best Buffets In Singapore That Don’t Cost A Bomb

Since you’re on vacation, you deserve to have at least one nice meal where you eat to your heart’s content. After all, we’re pretty sure you’d be training hard if you’re in Singapore for your martial arts vacation! Speaking of Singapore… We’re aware that it has a reputation for burning a hole in the pocket when it comes to spending on anything – including food. But the thing is, you don’t have to break the bank to feast like a king!

Today, Evolve Vacation shares 5 Best Buffets In Singapore That Don’t Cost A Bomb:

1) Buffet Town


Located in the heart of Singapore, Buffet Town offers over 300 buffet items that span across 29 item categories – this includes seafood such as mussels, fresh sashimi, chilled prawns and oysters. Hence, we’re pretty sure you’d be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing what kind of cuisine and dishes to munch on! What’s more, Buffet Town also has a mini playground for the little ones, so your kids wouldn’t be bored when you’re eating (considering how you might take awhile because it’s a buffet, after all!)

Type of cuisine: International / Seafood

Weekday – Lunch: S$26.80++, Dinner: S$36.80++
Weekend – Lunch: S$31.80++, Dinner: S$41.80++

#B1-44E, Raffles City
252 North Bridge Road
Singapore 179103


2) Kiseki


If you love Japanese food, then Kiseki is the place for you to head to! With over 29 categories and 200 buffet items, ranging from hot pots to grills to Japanese Western, you wouldn’t be disappointed with your options. Apart from enabling you to enjoy your meal without burning a hole in your pocket, this buffet gives you unlimited access to its sushi selection, teppanyaki, sashimi, yakitori and much more!


Type of cuisine: Japanese

Weekday lunch – S$19.80++
Weekend dinner – S$31.80++

#08-01/02/03 Orchard Central
181 Orchard Road
Singapore 238896


3) Coca Restaurant


With a name inspired by the Chinese words 可口(ke kou), which means tasty, Coca Restaurant’s dishes will certainly tickle your taste buds. Expect to dig in to a Thai style ‘Suki’ steamboat where you’re encouraged to start off with some of Coca’s house special appetizers such as the Thai-style “Hormok” in crab shells, roast pork, and fresh cockle salad. Psst! You might want to try their special Coca sauce too.

Type of cuisine: Thai steamboat

Price: Lunch: S$26++, Dinner: S$42++

#04-23, Ngee Ann City
391 Orchard Road
Singapore 238872


4) Crystal Jade Kitchen


Calling all fans of Cantonese cuisine! You can enjoy unlimited xiao long baos when you head over to Crystal Jade Kitchen for a buffet! Do note that the menu contains lots of vegetable dishes; however, you can still choose to munch on chicken, pork and beef if you want meat.

Type of cuisine: Chinese

Weekday – S$20.80+
Weekend – S$23.80

#02-43, Great World City
Singapore 237994


5) Chicken Up

chicken-upAt just $25, you can enjoy all the fried chicken – that comes in various flavors – you want, as well as free flow fries and a Korean style chicken stew. Some signature fried chicken flavors include the Yangnyum, a tangy and sweet flavor, and Ganjang, which is a garlic-soya based blend. For those who wish to pair your meal with beer, all you have do is top up $7 to upgrade and include a beer buffet.

Type of cuisine: Korean fried chicken

Weekday – S$25
Weekend – S$30

48 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088469


With these buffet options to choose from, we’re pretty sure your taste buds and stomach would be happy! Although of course, it’s important to burn those calories after all that indulging. So why not train with a World Champion?

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