Alaskan Snow Crab @ Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant

Alaskan Snow Crab @ Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant

Unlimited servings of Alaskan Snow Crab Leg (Zuwai Kani) at Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant.

Prized for their unique succulent and sweet flavour white meat, snow crab legs are now available on Weekday Dinner. Best of all, eat your fill of crab legs at no additional charge. While stock lasts.

Weekday Dinner (adult): $31.80++
Weekday Dinner (child): $15.80++ (4 to 12 years old)

For reservations or enquiries, please call 6736 1216 or sms 9626 7767. Make your reservation today! Visit Kiseki Japanese buffet restaurant at their Facebook for more details :

Halal Buffet Restaurant Feature - Aquamarine

Halal Buffet Restaurant Feature - Aquamarine

There are a number of Halal Certified buffet restaurants in singapore . In a nutshell, the halal certificate is handed out by MUIS  to buffet restaurants which do not  serve pork. There are other criteria that the buffet restaurant has to fulfill besides not serving pork.

A popular halal buffet restaurant in sg is  AquaMarine . The latter is situated  on level 4 of the Marina Mandarin Hotel, serves up a sumptuous buffet spread of seafood and international cuisines. Alongside an enticing a la carte menu of local favourites, it is complemented by an alfresco dining alternative

Aquamarine joins a small list of halal hotel buffets in Singapore. Akin to its competitors, this buffet offers an exciting myriad of international and local cuisines. The most sought after seafood bar is well-stocked with fresh shellfish and crustaceans. The Alaskan King Crab is hard to miss. The rest of the buffet spread is divided into Japanese (sushi, sashimi & cha soba), Local (laksa, chicken rice), Indian (briyani, naans and curries) and of course Dessert (cakes, puddings, fresh fruits, and nonya kuehs) .  Click here for more information

Level 4

Operating Hours:

Breakfast: 6.30am - 10.30am
Lunch: Monday to Friday, 12.00pm - 2.30pm;
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday, 12.00pm - 3.00pm
Dinner: 6.30pm - 10.00pm

Reservations: (65) 6845 1111
Email: aquamarine.marina@meritushotels.com
Be A Fan of KISEKI For Buffet Privileges

Be A Fan of KISEKI For Buffet Privileges

Despite being at its new location for not very long.  (they moved to Orchard Central from Heeren), Kiseki is often packed- well at least when we were there .  Why do they have long queues? Probably the location and of course the food and service. 

The eat all you can Japanese buffet restaurant has a range of  Cold Seafood, Sushi, Sashimi, Teppanyaki, Robatayaki (Japanese grill), Yakitori (skewers), Nabemono (hot pot items), Agemono (deep-fried), Mushimono (steamed items), Japanese Western (pasta and pizza) and  more !

With so many items to choose from, you will definitely find something that you like. Join KISEKI  as a fan on their facebook to receive news and promotions on a regular basis or visit their website, both at the links below . Ita daki masu !

Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant : Facebook


For reservations, call : 6736  1216

July  Focus on Japanese Buffet Restaurants in Singapore

July Focus on Japanese Buffet Restaurants in Singapore

The traditional food of Japan is based on rice with miso soup and other dishes, with an emphasis on seasonal ingredients. The side dishes often consist of fish, pickled vegetables, and vegetables cooked in broth. Fish is common in the traditional cuisine. It is often grilled, but it may also be served raw as sashimi or in sushi. Seafood and vegetables are also deep-fried in a light batter as tempura.

Apart from rice, staples include noodles, such as soba and udon. Japan has many simmered dishes such as fish products in broth called oden, or beef in sukiyaki and nikujaga. Foreign food, in particular Chinese food in the form of noodles in soup called ramen and fried dumplings, gyoza, and western food such as curry and hamburger steaks are commonly found in Japan. Historically, the Japanese shunned meat, but with the modernization of Japan in the 1880s, meat-based dishes such as tonkatsu became common.

Dining at Japanese restaurants has gained popularity in Singapore not only among the health conscious, but more for their exquisite presentation and taste. Several Japanese buffet restaurants have sprouted all over singapore  . Here are some of them :
The Ultimate Crab Buffet Feast- From Plaza Brasserie

The Ultimate Crab Buffet Feast- From Plaza Brasserie

Plaza Brasserie’s signature annual crab buffet is back by popular demand from 8 June to 23 August 2015 to delight diners with an ‘All-Star’ edition featuring eight of its most popular crab dishes. Freshly prepared with well-loved local ingredients, these dishes include Chilli Crab, Cereal Crab, Salted Egg Crab, Black Pepper Crab, White Pepper Crab, Curry Crab and Steamed Crab with Dang Gui.

Since its debut in 2012, The Ultimate Crab Feast has been Plaza Brasserie’s most anticipated food event. A pioneer in crab buffets, Plaza Brasserie constantly experiments with new sauces to create exciting ways to enjoy the dish. This year, guests will be able to enjoy the chef’s newest creation, Crab with Honey Rock Sugar, which enhances the natural sweetness of the crab.

The Ultimate Crab Feast is complemented by a delicious Best of Asia spread of Singaporean favourites and Asian cuisine from the region’s gourmet capitals. Highlights include Singapore Laksa, Prawn Mee Soup, Lotus Root & Pork Belly Soup and Salted Vegetable with Duck.

A truly delectable crab fiesta at Plaza Brasserie awaits. For reservations, please call 6505 5710 or email dining.prsin@parkroyalhotels.com.

The Ultimate Crab Feast

8 June to 23 August 2015
Buffet Dinner (Daily), 6pm to 10:00pm
Buffet Lunch (Sundays only), 12pm to 2:30pm
Adult: $75
Child: $45

Prices are subject to 10% service charge and 7% Goods and Services Tax (GST).

For enquiries and reservations, speak with us at
Plaza Brasserie
PARKROYAL on Beach Road 7500 Beach Road, Level One Singapore 199591
Tel: +65 6505 5710
Email: dining.prsin@parkroyalhotels.com
How To Eat At Buffet Restaurants In Singapore

How To Eat At Buffet Restaurants In Singapore

1. The Walk-Through. Don’t do what I used to do and blindly take a spoonful of everything when eating at a buffet restaurant. No, you’ve got to do  some Belly Space Analysis, where every item’s Tasty Deliciousness is weighed against it’s Projected Stomach Volume. Bread, soup, and salad rarely pass the Belly Space Analysis test. Skipping those means you just gained an extra plate and are on your way.

2. Drink Later. Sugary drinks just fill you up with carbs and cost extra. If you can postpone your Pepsi, then you’ll save belly space for the hot goods.

3. The Sampler. My dad is famous for the sampler plate. Within minutes of arriving he’ll grab a big white plate with small portions of every entree and proceed to say “Hmmm,” a lot while scooping up tiny forkfuls of each to see what will make the cut. You have to have willpower to pull off The Sampler, but it can be very rewarding. You know you aced it when your next plate is loaded with your two favorites.

4. Staggered Trips. If you’re with friends, don’t wait until everybody is done with their first plate before uniformly filing up for a second trip together. No, go separately and act as each others eyes and ears out there — whats new, what’s hot, what’s fresh, what’s not.

5. Big Plates Always. Be watchful of the small salad and dessert plates lurking about. Find your secret stash of full-size dinner plates and use them, know them, love them lots. The big plates will let you spread your meal around, and avoid piling things high, which generally results in meat gravy getting all over your salad.

6. One More Egg Roll. When the check arrives, take your time. Slow it right down now and see who still has room. Since you’ve been so busy scarfing your food and staggering trips, now really is the best chance to catch up with your friends. Then after ten or fifteen minutes, someone will likely cave in and say “Okay, one more egg roll.” This is buffet victory.

With these tips plus your personal experiences, you too can master the art of the all-you-can-eat buffet. After that, there’s really no stopping you. So eat all you can, my friend, but eat sensibly.
Eat all you can at buffet restaurants in Singapore

Reproduced from : http://1000awesomethings.com/2008/12/29/864-mastering-the-art-of-the-all-you-can-eat-buffet/
Mother of all Buffets Serves Japanese & International Cuisine

Mother of all Buffets Serves Japanese & International Cuisine

An upscale “all you care to eat” international seafood and sushi buffet restaurant, TODAI offers an assortment of quality food and services. Todai restaurants are family oriented and offer a wide selection of food to appeal to a range of tastes that are considered Asian Fusion Entrees.

In addition to a wide assortment of cold dishes including sushi, Todai also features signature dishes that are served year round, from snow crab legs to green mussels to cocktail shrimps. Hot entrees selections include international dishes that are commonly served in Korea, Japan, China, Singapore and much more.

The dessert bar also offers a flavor of international fusion pastries, from Italian tiramisu to Japanese light cheese cake, French crème puffs & Crème brulee and  more. Newly added menu items include “made to order”  noodle corner. Dont forget to check out their  Hot Bop Korean BBQ in the cup !

Check out their Cup Bop on their Facebook
Todai also serves local and imported beers, wine, champagne, soju and sake. Most of dishes are prepared in house. Elmer Dills, famous Los Angeles food critics, once described Todai as “THE MOTHER OF ALL SEAFOOD BUFFETS” Todai’s motto is reflected in all restaurants:

One Brand, One Team, One Mission: To Serve You

Todai Restaurant 
2 Bayfront Avenue, #B2-01
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
Singapore 018972

For reservations, call : 6688 7771

Monday  -  Friday
Lunch: 11:30am  -  3pm

Dinner: 5:30pm  -  10pm

Saturday  -  Sunday
All Day Dining: 11:30 am - 11pm 



The Lure of Japanese Buffet Restaurants in Singapore

The Lure of Japanese Buffet Restaurants in Singapore

When it comes to food, the Japanese are among the most enthusiastic and passionate of any race.  Such is the Japanese passion for food that you can turn on your TV at almost any time of the day or night and almost undoubtedly catch a show about food when you're in Japan.

Careful preparation and meticulous presentation are crucial elements of Japanese cuisine. Food is an art form and even the simplest dishes are often prepared by chefs who have trained for many

Singaporeans have taken to japanese cuisine like fish to water. There are numerous Japanese dining options  in Singapore, from humble small kiosks serving sushi and sashimi to fine dining japanese restaurants . Japanese buffet restaurants have also sprouted around the island .  Singaporeans love buffet dining and eating out has become a national past time, especially at buffet restaurants .

Like SG Buffet Restaurants for more info on Japanese buffet restaurants as well as other buffet cuisines .
 1 for 1  Buffet Promotion @ The Ferntree Cafe

1 for 1 Buffet Promotion @ The Ferntree Cafe

The Ferntree Cafe erves a  range of Asian cuisines and East meets West creations.

Ferntree Cafe is situated within Hotel Miramar. Their one for one international buffet promotion is now on until end of September 2015 .
This promotion is available everyday, for lunch and dinner .  Click here to view menu and pricing

Hotel Miramar Singapore
401 Havelock Road
Singapore 169631

Phone (65) 6631 3021
Fax (65) 6733 4027
Email:  fnb@miramar.com.sg

 Buffet at Four Seasons Hotel

Buffet at Four Seasons Hotel

Located on the main lobby level of the Four Seasons Singapore, One-Ninety is the hotel’s bistro specializing in the freshest products with a selection of local and international all-time favourites. Classy yet comfortable, the restaurant has an intimate, relaxed atmosphere with delicious cuisine.

With a fresh style and menu created by Senior Sous Chef Nicholas Owen, One-Ninety Wood-fired Steaks and Seafood is the  benchmark in culinary excellence and the definitive dining destination for succulent cuts of steaks and fresh seafood. Lunch features a sumptuous buffet of appetisers and desserts with main courses from the a la carte menu. On weekends, the restaurant offers a Saturday Mezze Lunch and a delectable Sunday Brunch for the family.

Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
190 Orchard Boulevard
Singapore, Singapore 248646
+(65) 6831 7250

Big appetite for buffet despite price hikes in SG

Singaporean's BIG appetite for Buffet , 1 for 1 Buffet promotions

Prices of buffet spreads in Singapore's walk-in buffet restaurants might be heading north - but foodies are still ready to splurge for variety. The Straits Times reported that 30 of the popular buffet restaurants it checked in sg had raised prices by $1 to $9. Buffet restaurants cited rising costs for food ingredients and labour as reasons for the hikes. Even so, 11 of these 13 establishments actually saw a rise in patronage, (thanks to a vibrant buffet culture in Singapore).

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Benefits of Buffet Dining

Its no surprise that when people feel the need to save, "Value for Money" in the restaurant industry becomes important . Many are also looking our for 1 for 1 buffet promotions.

Win-Win Situation. Customers feel they are getting value for money in restaurants offering Buffet Style dining, as they can help themselves to as many portions as necessary at no added cost and the restaurant owner can keep their costs down by running their buffet restaurants with minimum service staff.

Different Palates.
Individuals in families or in groups have different tastes and buffet style dining allows each individual to eat together despite their different tastes in food. This is possible as nowadays, more buffet restaurants in singapore are offering larger varieties of food in their menu. Whether it is spicy, savoury, salty or sweet, buffet spreads are wide enough to suit the fancy of each individual. Besides, there are quite a few buffet restaurants in singapore that offer International cuisine. Folks can have their share of western or if they prefer, asian.

Ala carte buffet. This is another type of buffet where friends, families, large groups or even a company of two can enjoy food suited to their own palates. Buffet dinners are more popular as customers can take their time whereas most of us have a limited time for buffet lunch in singapore. At the end of the day however, its not how much you can eat, but the company, and quality of the food served in a buffet restaurant. Eat well, Live well !

Buffet restaurants draw diners with extensive menus at reasonable prices

Singaporeans, it seems, cannot get their fill of buffets. Several buffet restaurants have opened over the past few years. These include Buffet Town at Raffles City, Fisherman's Market at The Central in Clarke Quay, Tarafuku Japanese Fish Market, Restaurant at 313@Somerset and The Chocolate Bar in Marina Bay Sands' SkyPark. They are giving hotel buffets a run for their money, with prices from $23.80++ for an adult lunch buffet. Most hotel buffet prices start from $50. Many are also searching for 1 for 1 buffet promotions, singapore .
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You won't find a more glorious buffet culture anywhere else than in Singapore

There are many times of buffet such as the 1 for 1 buffet promotion in singapore, but the more popular type is the free-form, all-you-can-eat buffet. Customers pay a fixed fee and help themselves to as much food as they wish from an open buffet or ala carte buffet.

In a YAKINIKU charcoal grill / steamboat buffet restaurant, diners order several types of raw ingredients which are brought to the table. The ingredients are cooked by the diners on a grill built into the table . Some of these restaurants utilize a high-end 'smokeless' technology. This eliminates the odour of the girlled items clinging on to your clothes and hair.

Another form of buffet occurs in a Dim sum house, where patrons make their selections from a wheeled trolley containing food that circulates through the restaurant.

A fourth type of buffet is a Churrascaria . These are restaurants that serve grilled meat, many offering as much as you can eat: the waiters move around the restaurant with skewers, slicing meat onto the client's plate. One popular restaurant is of course Brazil Churrascaria which pioneered this concept in Singapore.

These restaurants offer 1 for 1 buffet promotions, promotions by credit cards, including the popular Citibank Gourmet Pleasures, UOB Dining Privileges, Standard Chartered online rewards, etc.