Buffet lines are where Singaporeans’ talent at queuing is put to use the best, in my opinion. We strategise which stations to hit first, which dishes need to take up more space on our plate, and how to best to delegate each friend to a station so that everyone at the table gets to sample every single item on the buffet line.
As most places are re-adjusting to the ‘new normal’, here’s 10 Halal Buffet suggestions to add to your conquest to sample that will bring you back to the good ol’ days of dining in.
Following Singapore’s current law, dine-in services will be available for up to a maximum of five fully vaccinated pax per table.
1. Straits Kitchen
Famously known for its swanky set-up and celebrating the best of local offerings, Straits Kitchen’s live theatre stations are specialised in varying cuisines, ranging from Indian to Chinese to Malay to Peranakan.
Enjoyed by many, be sure to come with an empty stomach because you’ll want to dig into every bowl of Laksa, every plate of Popiah and every serving of Hainanese Chicken Rice. Witness the chefs prepare the Asian delights right before you, and have a culinary feast like no other!
Straits Kitchen is also open for Lunch (S$62++ for adults, S$32++ for children below 12), and Dinner (S$72++ for adults, S$42++ for children below 12).
10 Scotts Road, Grand Hyatt Singapore, Lobby Level, Singapore 228211
+65 6732 1234
Mon to Fri: 6.30am – 10.30am, 12pm – 2.30pm & 6.30pm – 10.30pm
Sat & Sun: 6.30am – 11am, 12.30pm – 3pm & 6.30pm – 10.30pm
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Formally known as AquaMarine, enjoy a delectable buffet spread at Peppermint. The all-day dining restaurant offers a stunning view of greenery and a healthy spread of farm-to-table cuisine from flavours all around the world.
They also feature a new all-you-can-eat concept that will showcase a slew of Asian and International favourites, freshly prepared at their open display kitchen. Peppermint’s new menu also includes plant-based options, and sustainable and locally-sourced ingredients. Additionally, they also have an urban farm for you to check out.
Whether you decide to dine in their garden setting or have an intimate lunch or dinner indoors, their affordable rates for Lunch (S$65 for adults, S$32.50 for children) and Dinner (S$88 for adults, S$44 for children) will only get you coming back for more.
6 Raffles Boulevard, PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, Level 4, Singapore 039594
+65 6845 1111
Mon to Fri: 12pm – 2.30pm & 6.30pm – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 12pm – 3pm & 6.30pm – 10pm
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3. The Landmark Restaurant
Claiming their name to fame as ‘one of Singapore’s most extravagant MUIS Certified Halal dining destinations’, being spoilt for choice is an understatement at The Landmark restaurant.
The buffet features live stations such as pasta, pizzas, and satay (on weekends), and over 50 items across 12 stations during dinner service. The highlights include Clam Belado, Chilli Crab, Fish Head Curry, Laksa and even Sup Tulang on weekends. It’ll be tough to find something that won’t be a hit with you and your crew, and trust us, you’ll get more than your money’s worth.
4. Captain Kim Korean BBQ & Hotpot Buffet
Looking for something Korean? Why not head on over to Captain Kim Korean BBQ & Hotpot Buffet. The halal-certified restaurant features a slew of over 60 meats, a hotpot and, you guessed it, Korean BBW. They also have good deals and outlets all over the island.
A large variety of halal cuisine is available for folks to enjoy a hearty Korean BBQ meal to warm the soul. Captain Kim also offers a free flow of beverages, to wash down your meal with. If you have kids under 90cm, they get a free meal!
5. Royal Palm
Unbeknownst to most, Orchid Country Club is home to one of the most picturesque backdrops for the perfect garden wedding. To top it off, it also hosts Royal Palm, a halal-certified buffet restaurant that serves an array of Asian cuisines with a seafood station, a soup station (with more than 10 different soups), a deep-fried station, a rojak station and even a nasi lemak station!
They even have a live Mediterranean station with Warm Pita Bread and Chicken Shawarma. Make space for the extensive spread of sweets, including Bubur Cha Cha, Cheese Cake, Bubur Pulut Hitam and Sago Gula Melaka.
6. Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant
Where else can you enjoy an array of delectable Balinese dishes? Well, at Kintamani Restaurant at Furama Riverfront Hotel of course! The restaurant has been around since 1985 and will make you feel like you’re dining in Bali without even leaving the island. Pretty sweet, huh?
We’ve not been able to travel for a long time now, so this seems like the perfect time to satiate your appetite with a slew of yummy Indonesian dishes. Think Kintamani’s signature Peha Kaki Kambing (roasted lamb leg with chef’s homemade sauces), Rendang Daging Sapi, Ayam Panggang Rica Rica, Udang Goreng Mentega, Remis Sambal, and more.
7. Asian Market Cafe
Set in a contemporary dining setting, Asian Market Café in Fairmont Singapore welcomes diners to a buffet spread like no other. Combining ready-to-serve stations with live and DIY stations, your dining experience will be thoroughly immersive.
Whet your appetite with a live Gado-Gado station (with more than 10 condiments), a dedicated cracker station, a DIY Kueh Pie Tee station and even a live Prata station! If you decide to come down during dinner, there’s also an extra satay and carving station.
80 Bras Basah Rd, Fairmont Singapore, Level 2, Singapore 189560
+65 6431 6156
Mon to Fri: 12pm – 2.30pm & 6pm – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 12pm – 4pm & 6pm – 10pm
Voted the Best Buffet Restaurant in Singapore at AsiaOne People’s Choice Awards for seven consecutive years, Carousel has consistently been rated among the top halal buffets in Singapore. They have over a hundred kinds of dishes along with exceptional customer service to go with it.
Additionally, if you’re craving for their range of delicious food, you may also opt for their delivery service that will ensure a lovely meal at home with the family. Ranging from Mediterranean to Asian to Japanese cuisine, trust Carousel to have it all together with a medley of impressive French rotisserie and desserts, leaving everyone spoilt for choice.
9. Taste of India
Craving for Indian? Head on over to Taste of India for an eclectic mix of North and South Indian cuisine. Expect to find delicious meat straight out of the tandoor, Chettinaad-influenced dishes, popular Punjabi favourites, and many more.
Indulge in the likes of Butter Chicken, Aloo Gobi, Tandoori Chicken, Prawn Sambal, various kinds of Paneer dishes, Naan, Dosas, and many more. Exploring a vegetarian diet? Fret not, for Taste of India also features various kinds of delicious vegetarian dishes that will fill your tummy up!
10. Sakura International Buffet
One of Singapore’s longest-running halal buffets, Sakura International Buffet started in 2003, specialising in catering to the Muslim community with halal-certified Japanese cuisine. Over the years, their stations have evolved to include Thai, local, and Western fare.
Get your hands on fresh king prawns, mussels, snow crabs, oysters and assorted sashimi. They even have DIY stations, so you’ll get an immersive dining experience that’ll allow you to customise your plates.
With so many places to choose from, the only worry you’ll have is to figure out how to maximise your appetite!
With so many places to choose from, the only worry you’ll have is to figure how to maximise your appetite!
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