20 best all-you-can-eat buffets in Singapore — including Korean, Japanese and halal (Updated 2023)


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Buffets — what’s not to love about them? Rows and rows of lip-smacking, free-flow food, and drinks, they’re every foodie’s source of joy. We’ve sussed out the 20 best all-you-can-eat buffets in Singapore, from Japanese and Korean to halal buffets, even self-service ones. Read on and make your reservations right away — especially since Father’s Day is just around the corner! ♥

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Japanese buffets in Singapore

01 •  Tenkaichi

(Photo adapted from: Burpple & Tenkaichi)

If you’re a wagyu fanatic, Tenkaichi will take you to the gates of (beef) heaven. This place is a crowd puller not just for its super-fresh, premium tender cuts, but also for its unbeatable prices. Some of the meaty signatures include the wagyu tongue, wagyu sashi (thinly sliced wagyu beef sashimi), and wagyu tataki (seared wagyu beef).

In addition, you’ll also find an array of premium seafood options like scallop, butter fish, and Japanese oysters — but trust us when we tell you that Wagyu beef is the real deal.

📍 Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, #03-129, Singapore 039594
📞 Phone: 6250 8918
Opening hours: Mon to Fri, 11.30am – 2.30pm & 5.30pm – 10pm | Weekend & PH, 11.30am – 10pm
🌐 Website: tenkaichi.com.sg

02 • Suki-Ya

(Photo adapted from: Suki-Ya)

Conveniently located across various locations in Singapore, Suki-Ya (not to be confused with another Japanese franchise called Sukiya) is popular for both its affordable prices and mouth-watering hotpot fares. A trip down to this place wouldn’t be complete without the signature shabu-shabu which is what the restaurant is most known for.

Dig into fresh, thin cuts of chilled beef, pork, and chicken and wash them down with savoury broths. Don’t forget to add some greens for a balanced meal. 🥗

📍 Address: Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Road, #04-62, Singapore 238839. View other outlets here.
📞 Phone: 6835 9406
Opening hours: 11.30am – 10pm daily
🌐 Website: suki-ya.com.sg
💲 Price: From $22.90++ onwards

03 • Shin Minori

(Photo adapted from: Burpple)

On the lookout for scrumptious makis, teriyaki, and sashimi of superior quality? Shin Minori will hit all the right spots for you. Nestled in a quiet corner in UE Square, this perpetually-packed restaurant serves up various buffet options like Omizu Buffet, Premium Buffet which features various sushi and sashimi options, grilled seafood dishes, and noodles just to name a few.

📍 Address: UE Square, 81 Clemenceau Avenue, #03-15/16, Singapore 239917. View the other outlet here.
📞 Phone: 6733 2272
Opening hours: Mon to Sat & eve of PH, 12pm – 2.30pm | Sun & PH, 12.15pm – 2.45pm | Daily (including PH and eve of PH), 6.15pm – 10.15pm (Dinner)
🌐 Website: shinminori.com.sg

04 • Syohachi Yakiniku

(Photo adapted from: Eatbook)

A5 Wagyu lovers are in for a treat at this all-you-can-eat buffet that’s smack in the middle of CBD. For those who didn’t know, the A5 Wagyu is considered the golden standard of beef — you’ll be able to see the difference in the meat’s colour and its marbling. Syohachi Yakiniku’s A5 Wagyu 120-minute unlimited buffet allows you to indulge in six different cuts including brisket, tri-tip, and bite-sized portions.

Not only that, the menu also consists of various appetisers, tofu and salad dishes, pork, chicken, seafood, vegetables, rice, and noodles as well as a variety of soups. You’re sure to go home with a full and happy tummy.

📍 Address: Guoco Tower, 5 Wallich Street, #01-13, Singapore 078883
📞 Phone: 9431 8804
Opening hours: Sun to Wed, 11.30am – 11pm | Fri & Sat, 11.30am – 11.30pm
🌐 Website: facebook.com/SyohachiYakinikuSG
💲 Price: From $28.80++ onwards

05 • Mitsuba

(Photo adapted from: Zomato & Trip.com)

It’s evident that Mitsuba is a treasure trove of Japanese food — their ala carte buffet menu which consists of over 130 dishes features their signature thick-cut sashimi, nigiri sushi, temaki, maki, appetisers, grilled, hot-grilled and deep-fried dishes, as well as noodles, rice, and authentic Japanese ice-cream.

If you’re up for some splurging, check out their Premium Buffet which comes with premium selections like the wagyu beef steak, grilled giant tiger prawn, lobster bisque, foie gras, and Iberico pork rib among many others.

📍 Address: 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #03-88, Singapore 059817
📞 Phone: 6227 0388
Opening hours: Daily, 11.30am – 2.30pm & 6pm – 10pm
🌐 Website: mitsuba.com.sg
💲 Price: From $56.90++ onwards

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Korean buffets in Singapore

01 • I’m Kim Korean BBQ

(Photo adapted from: Burpple & Klook)

Located just a stone’s throw away from Dhoby Ghaut MRT station is this ever-packed restaurant known for its wide variety of marinated meat. Elevate your buffet experience with the spicy volcano chicken, marinated pork belly, and the Korean pancake — take note, the latter runs out really fast so be sure to grab yours as soon as they’re refilled.

Other than these, you’ll also get to enjoy authentic tteokbokki, salad, and a tasty kimchi soup.

📍 Address: School of the Arts, 1 Zubir Said Drive, #01-04, Singapore 227968
📞 Phone: 6238 7218
Opening hours: Mon to Fri, 11.30am – 4pm & 5.30pm – 10pm | Weekend, PH and eve of PH, 11.30am – 10.30pm
🌐 Website: kingdomfood.sg/im-kim-korean-bbq
💲 Price: From $16.90++ onwards

02 • Ssikkek Korean Grill BBQ

(Photo adapted from: Klook & Ssikkek)

Frankly, getting a table at Ssikkek’s outlets can be quite a battle, but if you’re willing to make an early reservation and wait for your turn patiently, you’ll be in for an unforgettable meaty adventure. There’s just so much fresh meat in the spread that you’ll be surprised it only costs $25.80++ per pax. And if you’re wondering what to do while waiting for your meat to cook, don’t worry — you can enjoy some of their other bestsellers like Korean seaweed soup, stir-fried glass noodles, and ramyeon.

Fun fact: There’s a Febreeze bottle at the entrance for you to spray on your clothes before you leave the restaurant. Trust us, you’ll need it. 😛

📍 Address: Oriental Plaza, 291 New Bridge Road, #01-01, Singapore 088756. View the other outlet here.
📞 Phone: 6225 6964
Opening hours: 11.30am – 10pm daily
🌐 Website: ssikkekoreanbbq.oddle.me
💲 Price: From $25.80++ onwards

03 • Dookki Singapore

(Photo adapted from: Entree Kibbles & PinkyPiggu)

Dookki’s dining concept deviates slightly from the usual Korean buffet style. Here, you’ll get to have two meals in one sitting and instead of stuffing yourself with slabs of meat, you’ll get a plethora of tteokbokki (rice cakes). For the first part of your meal, indulge in an unlimited supply of rich army stew and tteokbokki. You can even choose sweet potato tteokbokki for a change.

When you’re satisfied with Part One, move over to the buffet station for a DIY kimchi fried rice. Simply create your own sauce, add in rice, sweet corn, kimchi and seaweed, stir everything and you’re done — easy peasy so tasty!

If that doesn’t sound mouth-watering enough, imagine tucking in a spread of fried and battered meat, and various Korean fish cakes on sticks.

📍 Address: Suntec City East Wing, 3 Temasek Boulevard, #B1-107, Singapore 038984. View the other outlet here.
📞 Phone: 6266 2425
Opening hours: Sun to Thurs, 11.30am – 10pm | Fri & Sat, 11.30am – 10.30pm
🌐 Website: dookkisg.com
💲 Price: From $20.80++ onwards

04 • K.COOK Korean BBQ Buffet

(Photo adapted from: K.COOK & Zomato)

Want to enjoy an alfresco Korean spread? Head down to K.COOK, another popular Korean place that offers a BBQ buffet at an affordable price. They offer a wide selection of both marinated and non-marinated meats, as well as fresh seafood. Don’t miss out on one of their non-meat bestsellers, the spicy tofu stew, which will deliver the right amount of heat to your tongue.

📍 Address: 181 Orchard Road, #07-01, Singapore 238896
📞 Phone: 6884 7282
Opening hours: Mon to Thurs, 11.30am – 3pm & 5.30pm – 10pm | Fri, 11.30am – 3pm & 5pm – 10pm | Sat & Sun, 11.30am – 10pm
🌐 Website: facebook.com/kcooksg
💲 Price: From $14.90 onwards

05 • Gogiyo

(Photo adapted from: Eatbook)

Those who enjoy dining at underrated restaurants should absolutely check out this humble stall at a hip food court in Toa Payoh North. Their famous buffet spreads include the Bulgogi Beef Waterfall ($29.90), where you get to grill your own beef and concoct your soup afterwards, and the Jjalishan Chicken Waterfall ($29.90) which consists of spicy chicken and gochujang soup.

There’s also the Seafood Army Stew ($26.90) that’s loaded with gigantic scallops, mussels, clams, tiger prawns, and squid. This dish can easily feed two to three hungry diners.

If you’re up for more, try out their Korean bowls — there’s the Gogiyo Black Pork Bowl ($9.90), Salmon Mentai Bowl ($8.50), and Beef Bulgogi Bowl ($7.50).

📍 Address: Grains and Hops, 978 Toa Payoh North, #02-01, Singapore 319001
Opening hours: 11am – 3pm & 5pm – 9.30pm daily
🌐 Website: https://www.facebook.com/gogiyo.sg/

International buffets in Singapore

01 • The Line at Shangri-La

(Photo adapted from: Klook & Shangri-La)

Talk about the crème de la crème. Shangri-la’s in-house buffet restaurant boasts 16 different kitchens that dish out about 100 options spanning continents. From a myriad of Asian cuisines (including Middle Eastern, Japanese, Chinese, Indian, and Peranakan), to various Western dishes, you’ll surely be spoilt for choice.

Pamper yourself with the smoked-duck salad before digging into a plate of foil-baked lemon dill salmon. There’s a whole lot of cheeses to choose from, as well as artisanal bread and steamed seabass with Schezuan spices if you’re in the mood for seafood galore.

Don’t miss out on local Peranakan food. Some highlights: Babi Pong Teh, prawn sambal, ikan bakar sambal hijau, and Nyonya curry chicken.

📍 Address: Shangri-La, Tower Wing, Lower Lobby, 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350
📞 Phone: 6213 4398
Opening hours: Thurs to Sun, PH and eve of PH, 12.30pm – 2.30pm & 6pm – 9.30pm
🌐 Website: shangri-la.com/singapore/shangrila/dining/restaurants/the-line

02 • Estate at Hilton

(Photo adapted from: Hilton & MightyFoodie)

Located in Hilton, this restaurant is not only pleasant to the eyes thanks to its tasteful modern colonial design, but the buffet spread is also heavenly. For lunch, start off with the cold seafood platter and meat platter comprising premium tiger prawns, scallops, Coppa ham, and selections of salami. Then, try out the myriad of cheeses and breads before proceeding with cold appetisers, salads, and a whole lot of mains from different cuisines all over the world.

Those who are big on Asian food, take note — the dinner buffet features an extensive Asian menu. 😉

📍 Address: Hilton Singapore Orchard, Level 5, 333 Orchard Road, Singapore 238867
📞 Phone: 6831 6270
Opening hours: Mon to Sat, 12pm – 2.30pm | Mon to Sun, 6.30pm – 10pm
🌐 Website: hilton.com/en/hotels/sinorhi-hilton-singapore-orchard/dining/estate
💲 Price: From $72++ onwards

03 • Lime Restaurant at PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering

(Photo adapted from: Klook & PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering)

Sleep-in weekend? If you’re stuck in a rut trying to figure out whether to have breakfast or just dive into lunch, we suggest heading down to Lime Restaurant for their brunch buffet. Kick-start the day with sumptuous soups and starters like the special seafood clam chowder and the broccoli salad with almonds and cranberry sage.

Seafood lovers must try out the seafood and sashimi platter. Apart from these, you’ll also get various sushi and maki rolls, an all-day breakfast menu, Western and Asian mains like the braised beef chicks bourguignon and wok-fried mud crab with black pepper sauce, and a whooole lot of cakes, ice-creams, and sorbets. 🤤

Check out the dinner buffet menu here.

📍 Address: Lime Restaurant, Street Level, 3 Upper Pickering Street, Singapore 058289
📞 Phone: 3138 2251
Opening hours: Sat & Sun, 12.30pm – 3pm
🌐 Website: panpacific.com/en/hotels-and-resorts/pr-collection-pickering/dining/lime.html
💲 Price: From $64++ onwards

04 • Ellenborough Market Cafe at Swissotel Merchant Court

(Photo adapted from: Paradox Hotels)

Peranakan food connoisseurs, make your way to Ellenborough Market Café for their delectable Peranakan spread. Those who are more adventurous should go for the multi-cuisine options too — comprising Japanese and Western. But do pay special attention to their Peranakan spread because that’s what they truly stand out for.

Highlights: Babi Pong Teh, ayam buah keluak (braised chicken in tamarind gravy), udang chili garam (chili prawns), and chap chye.

📍 Address: Paradox Singapore Merchant Court at Clarke Quay, 20 Merchant Road, Singapore 058281
📞 Phone: 6239 1847
Opening hours: Daily, 6.30am – 10.30am, 12pm – 2.30pm & 6.30pm – 10pm | Sat, Sun and PH, 3.30pm – 5.30pm (High Tea Buffet)
🌐 Website: paradoxhotels.com/singapore/dining/ellenborough-market-cafe
💲 Price: From $68++ onwards

05 • Colony at Ritz-Carlton

(Photo adapted from: The Ritz-Carlton)

Ritz-Carlton’s Colony restaurant is not just about lavish spreads. Its classy design and ambience will enchant you and your Instagram followers.

If you’re heading for lunch, expect to be greeted with a premium platter of seafood and sashimi before further spoiling yourself with an array of salads, cheeses, local and Indian dishes, grill and roast options perfectly prepared in various Western styles, and decadent desserts.

Other than lunch, you may also give the vintage champagne brunch, dinner, and seafood dinner buffets a shot.

📍 Address: Colony, The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, 7 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039799
📞 Phone: 6434 5288
Opening hours: Mon to Sat, 7am – 10.30am, 12pm – 2.30pm, 3.30pm – 5.30pm & 6.30pm – 10.30pm | Sun, 7am – 10.30am, 12pm – 3pm & 6.30pm – 10.30pm
🌐 Website: ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/singapore/dining/colony
💲 Price: From $74 onwards

Halal buffets in Singapore

01 • Carousel Buffet Restaurant

(Photo adapted from: Burpple & Royal Plaza on Scotts)

Among the most well-known halal buffets in Singapore, Carousel’s buffet menus span the globe — from Japanese and Korean to Mediterranean, Greek, Italian, Thai, local, and Indian — name it and you’ll find it. Make it a point to try out their succulent and seafood so fresh, you’ll taste the sea!

📍 Address: 25 Scotts Road, Royal Plaza on Scotts, Singapore 228220
📞 Phone: 6219 3780
Opening hours: 7am-10am, 12pm-2pm, 3pm-5pm & 6.30pm-9.30pm daily
🌐 Website: carouselbuffet.com.sg
💲 Price: From $42++ onwards

02 • Al Jasra Restaurant

(Photo adapted from: World Orgs & Eatbook)

Did you know that there’s a restaurant in Singapore that offers an unlimited prata buffet? We’re not joking! Make your way to Al Jasra for their one-of-a-kind spread which features 16 different types of pratas including strawberry prata. 🤯

And the best part is, you’ll only have to fork out $7.90 per person! 😵

📍 Address: 459 Changi Road, Singapore 419882
📞 Phone: 6742 5786
Opening hours: 24/7 daily

03 • Captain Kim Korean BBQ & Hotpot Buffet

(Photo adapted from: Burpple & TripAdvisor)

Captain Kim is one of those restaurants that are almost always never empty and it’s obvious why. Serving up over 60 meats, hotpot and Korean BBQ options, this place is every meat and seafood lover’s fantasy. When you’re done exploring the fares, soothe the heat on your tongue with their free-flow beverages.

Highlights include: spicy volcano chicken, fajita chicken, Korean pancake, Bulgogi beef, and tteokbokki.

📍 Address: NTUC Income Tampines Junction, 300 Tampines Avenue 5, #01-06, Singapore 529653. View the other outlet here.
📞 Phone: 6260 4247
Opening hours: Mon to Thurs, 11.30am – 3.30pm, 5.30pm – 10pm | Fri to Sun, PH and eve of PH, 11.30am – 3.30pm, 5.30pm – 10.30pm
🌐 Website: kingdomfood.sg/captain-kim-korean-bbq-hotpot
💲 Price: $18.90++ onwards

04 • Jinshang Yipin Halal Hotpot & BBQ Buffet

(Photo adapted from: Jinshang Yipin & Foodpanda)

Waiting to visit China but passport taking forever? Fret not — Jinshang Yipin’s halal buffet will momentarily transport you there. They offer five different soup bases for your hotpot, but the highlight is their Sichuan Mala soup which has the right amount of heat and tang. If you have a large appetite, be sure to pick the premium category as it comes with a bigger selection of meat and seafood.

📍 Address: Eastpoint Mall, 3 Simei Street, #01-20, Singapore 528833
📞 Phone: 6979 7332
Opening hours: 11.30am – 4pm, 5pm – 10pm daily
🌐 Website: jinshangyipin.com
💲 Price: From $35 onwards

05 • Royal Palm — free parking available!

(Photo adapted from: Royal Palm & SingSaver)

Nestled in the popular Orchid Country Club, Royal Palm serves up a slew of mouth-watering halal cuisines like Mexican, Italian, Greek, Korean, Thai, Indian, and local. Don’t forgo their salmon fish head curry — it’s hard to come by. Other popular picks include beef rendang, ayam lemak cili padi, penne arrabbiata, and cajun baked fish in butter sauce. 🤤

📍 Address: Orchid Country Club, #01-21, Social Club House, Singapore 769162
📞 Phone: 6555 2165
⏰ Opening hours: 12pm – 2.30pm, 6.30pm – 10pm daily
🌐 Website: royalpalmocc.com.sg
💲 Price: From $67.90++ onwards

Now that you know the best 20 buffet restaurants in town, hurry and prep your tummy for a feast so that you can make the most of your dining experience. And of course, make your reservations as early as possible!

Bon appetit!
Luna 🥘

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