5 Awesome International Buffets in the City

With our rich culinary history and a large number of foreign restaurants setting up shop in our shores, it’s no wonder Singapore has been recognized as the premier food destination in Southeast Asia. If you want to sample a range of international cuisines, check out these 5 awesome buffet restaurants:


  1. The Line (Shangri-La Hotel)

If it’s seafood you’re looking for – especially if you’re craving for delicious, juicy oysters – head on to the Line at Shangri-La Hotel. Oysters and other seafood favorites like crab, mussels and prawns, are served on an ice bed for the diners to take. The other attraction of the place is their local and Western desserts.

  • Never-ending array
  • The best in town
  • So popular
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  1. The Dining Room (Sheraton Towers Singapore)

People come to the Dining Room for the food, but enjoy the relaxing ambiance almost just as much. Their salmon sashimi is as exquisite their cosy ambiance, their crayfish and scallops as tasty as their interior design is tasteful. What’s more: you don’t need to rush through your meal as there are no long queues or noisy fellow diners.

  1. Carousel Buffet Restaurant (Royal Plaza)

Carousel has excellent service, a full menu, and a lively atmosphere perfect for celebrations. Among the cuisines they offer are Indian, Japanese, Chinese and Mediterranean, with each station serving their dishes in large quantities. They also have an impressive cold seafood counter and three dessert counters.


  1. Plaza Brasserie (PARKROYAL Hotel)

If you want delicious crabs in unlimited servings, go to Plaza Brasserie, arguably the best and biggest crab buffet in Singapore. We’re not just talking chili crabs here (though that is of course a specialty of the restaurant), they also have salted egg crab, black pepper crab, and butter crab, among much else. Also, don’t miss their unique roti prata station.

  1. Melt – The World Cafe (Mandarin Oriental Singapore)

If we have to pick the best international buffet in Singapore, it will have to be Melt – the World Café. This resto has a dizzying array of stations – appetizers, cheeses, salads, cold seafood, noodles, breads, pastas, carving meat, fruits, desserts, and more – all served in different cuisines (Chinese, Indian, Thai, Japanese). Their best stations are the outdoor barbecue and tandoori.


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