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18 Mar 2022

The 20 Best Hotel Buffets in Singapore

The 20 Best Hotel Buffets in Singapore

For the perennial foodie, indulging in a buffet is the best way to eat to your heart’s content. You get a free flow of food and try out a wide array of cuisines. You can also enjoy the serene vibe and spaciousness that comes with dining at a world-class hotel and the service of masterchefs. 

Meat lovers can delight in premium wagyu beef and roasted meats at specialised carving stations. Boston lobster, tiger prawns and chilli crab are just some of the many options available for seafood lovers. Be prepared to indulge your sweet tooth with the nonya kuehs, decadent cakes and durian desserts. 

So grab a few friends or family and go feast on these 20 buffet restaurants at luxurious hotels in Singapore.

1. Peppermint

Source: Peppermint 


Walk into Peppermint to enjoy a Halal certified Peranakan buffet, served by efficient and friendly staff. Located inside PARKROYAL Collection, Marina Bay, the restaurant interiors boast an open space concept with special compartmental rooms for bigger groups. You can also step out to the terrace and discover their Urban Farm, where more than 60 varieties of herbs, edible flowers and vegetables are used in the food itself.  

Available until 30 April 2022, highlights from the Peranakan menu include the Ayam Buah Keluak, Sustainable Barramundi Kuah Ladah and the Black Angus Beef Oxtail Pongteh. Vegans can get plant-based meatball vindaloo, a fiery Indian curry dish. 

For desserts, go for their signature Durian Pengat, where D24 durian meat is whipped with Coconut Cream and Gula Melaka. Cake lovers can also indulge in these three flavours: Chendol Coconut Mousse, Pandan or Ondeh Ondeh. An assortment of Nyona Kuehs and gelato are also available.


6 Raffles Boulevard, PARKROYAL Collection, Marina Bay, Singapore 039594

Opening Hours: 

Monday - Friday: 12-2:30pm, 6:30-11pm

Saturday - Sunday: 12-3pm, 6:30-11pm

Get up to 25% off your next buffet to Peppermint with Chope here.


2. Edge

Source: Edge

Located at the third floor of Pan Pacific Singapore, Edge serves an extensive spread of local and international cuisine that will make you spoilt for choice. Their seven open kitchens create a feast for the eyes, where you can watch the chefs create your food on the spot. The staff are warm and attentive, which elevates your dining experience. 

Pasta lovers will definitely enjoy their fresh pasta, made in-house such as Fusilli Pasta with Eggplant, Tomato Sauce and Mozzarella Cheese. Indulge in roasted meats such as Roasted Cantonese Duck and Char Siew. If you love noodles, do try their Signature Rickshaw Noodles, where yellow flat noodles are doused in a thick broth, beef rump char siew and a gooey onsen egg. 

Local desserts include Durian Pengat Verrine, Chendol Tart and Durian Pandan Cake. Their pastry specialities include Crème Brulee, Cheese Cake and Strawberry Swiss Roll.


7 Raffles Boulevard Level 3, Pan Pacific, Singapore 039595 

Opening Hours: 

Monday - Friday: 12-2:30pm, 6-10pm

Saturday - Sunday: 12-3pm, 6-10pm

Get 15% off your next buffet to Edge with Chope here.


3. Oscar's


Source: Oscar’s


At Conrad Centennial Singapore, be prepared to feast on a stellar array of food. Their service crew is also top-notch, prompt and attentive. We can’t fly to Taiwan now because of the pandemic but we can bring a taste of Taiwan to us without leaving Singapore.

Savoury options include Spicy Taiwanese Pepper Prawns, Taiwanese Oyster Mee Sua, Taiwanese-style Grilled Beef Cube with Garlic and Taiwanese XXL Fried Chicken. End off your meal with their Taro and Sweet Potato Dessert.

They also have a Halal-certified buffet with over 40 buffet items. Fresh Oysters and Executive Chef Chua's Signature Laksa are just some of the items on the menu. Go down a nostalgic memory lane with Hawker Uncle Ice Cream served with Rainbow Bread or Wafer Slices!


2 Temasek Boulevard, Conrad Centennial Hotel, Singapore 038982 

Opening Hours: 

Monday - Sunday: 11am-10:30pm

Get 20% off your next buffet to Oscar's with Chope here.


4. Melt Cafe

Source: Melt Cafe


Situated at the Mandarin Oriental, Melt Cafe has a welcoming and pleasant vibe. The option to dine outdoors amidst lush greenery during dinner is refreshing. Indoors, you can indulge in the international buffet, as well as award-winning pastry creations. 

There is a roast and carving station, which will please the meat lovers. Go for the Grain Fed Beef, Leg of Lamb or Roasted Chicken. They are paired with assorted mustard, mint sauce and red wine jus. Another must-try would be the free flow oysters and Boston lobsters, accompanied by cocktail sauce, mignonette, lemon and tabasco. Do note that the lobsters are available only on the weekends.

For desserts, you won’t go wrong with the Melt Signature Chocolate Cake, a rich and decadent 59% dark chocolate mousse cake topped with crunchy chocolate pearls. Another option you don’t usually see in buffets would be baked waffles, which comes with a choice of ice cream or sorbet.


5 Raffles Avenue, The Mandarin Oriental, Singapore 039797

Opening Hours: 

Monday - Sunday: 12-2:30pm, 6:30-9:30pm

Get 20% off your next buffet to Melt Cafe with Chope here. 


5. Sun's Cafe

Source: Sun’s Cafe  


If you are searching for authentic Peranakan cuisine, look no further than Sun’s Cafe. Nestled in the sleek Hotel Grand Pacific, it boasts a cosy and homely interior that makes you feel at ease. Their buffet has an ongoing one-for-one promotion, which makes it an amazingly good deal.

You can savour dishes like Itik Sioh (duck in tamarind sauce), Beef Rendang, Char Kway Teow, Fruit Rojak and Curry Fish. More interesting selections include Babi Pongteh with mushrooms, which is a pork belly dish stewed with mushrooms.

There are also DIY stations for kueh pie tee and rojak and a live noodle station for meatball noodle soup and laksa. For desserts, choose from a variety of Nonya Kueh, pandan-flavoured Kueh Lapis, Bubur Hitam and Sago Gula Melaka.


101 Victoria St, Hotel Grand Pacific, Singapore 188018

Opening Hours: 

Monday - Sunday: 12-2:30pm, 6:30-9:30pm

Enjoy 1-for-1 buffet at Sun’s Cafe with Chope here.


6. The Landmark

Source: The Landmark


Located at Village Hotel Bugis, you can enjoy an international Halal buffet at The Landmark. You can choose to sit at the outdoor pool area on days with good weather, creating a chill and inviting atmosphere. The staff is also great and attentive, checking in constantly on what you need and ensures the buffet is refilled timely.  

You can find an assortment of cuisine, from curry-based Indian dishes such as Chicken Masala to well-loved Chinese dishes such as Singapore Chili Crab with Fried Mantou. If you’re craving Western food, Penne Arabiata with Parmesan Cheese or Cajun Baked Fish with Pineapple Salsa is also something you can consider.

What better way to put a sweet finish to your meal than indulging in their range of desserts? Their desserts include Assorted French Pastries, Cakes, Nyonya Kuehs, Nutella Cream Brûlée, and two different kinds of churros. 


390 Victoria St, #05-01 Poolside, Village Hotel Bugis, Singapore 188061

Opening Hours: 

Monday - Sunday: 12-10:30pm

Enjoy up to 30% and 1-for-1 lunch buffet at The Landmark with Chope here.


7. Asian Market Cafe

Source: Asian Market Cafe


Situated in the sleek Fairmont Singapore, Asian Market Café is renowned for its pan-Asian cuisine and its friendly and attentive staff. The Halal-certified buffet has an impressive buffet spread and you can enjoy seafood at their live cooking stations, such as the Baked Whole Seabass, which is available only on Friday and Saturday.  

As they specialise in Asian flavours, you won’t go wrong with the Singapore Style Chilli Crab, where succulent crab meat is doused with a mildly spicy sauce. If you prefer Japanese food, salmon sashimi or assorted sushi would be a good choice. The Roasted Duck with Lychee and Plum Sauce is also unique. 

For desserts, be sure to try their signature house-made Durian Penyet, a pudding dish that is made with real durian. Rose Bandung Panna Cotta, Kopi Lapis, Penang Lapis are also some great options.


80 Bras Basah Rd, Fairmont Singapore, Singapore 189560

Opening Hours: 

Monday, Thursday and Friday: 12-2:30pm, 6-10pm

Saturday - Sunday: 12-4pm, 6-10pm

Get 35% off your next buffet at Asian Market Cafe with Chope here.


8. Ellenborough Market Cafe

Source: Ellenborough Market Cafe 


Located at Swissotel Merchant Court, Ellenborough Market Cafe is a beautifully designed Peranakan restaurant with a huge space for comfortable dining. It has elegant and modern vibes. 

The Babi Ponteh, a Nyonya-style braised pork in fermented soybean sauce, is worth ordering seconds. Do also try out the Chilli Crab Kueh Pie Tee and Ayam Buah Keluak, braised chicken in tamarind gravy. The carving station also features Pork Knuckle with Mashed potato and Jus. 

For desserts, go for the Glutinous Rice Ball with Sweet Ginger Broth or Salted Egg Choux Puff, an interesting Asian-Western fusion. If you’d prefer Western desserts, go for the Baked Maple Walnut Tart or Black Forest Gateau.


20 Merchant Road, Swissotel Merchant Court, Singapore 058281 

Opening Hours: 

Monday - Friday: 12pm-2:30pm, 6:30-10pm

Saturday - Sunday: 12pm-10pm

Enjoy up to 31% off your next buffet at Ellenborough Market Cafe with Chope here.


9. Tea Lounge

Source: Tea Lounge


Enjoy a relaxing weekday afternoon tea with your friends at the Tea Lounge, located at the illustrious Regent Hotel. Set against the backdrop of a contemporary colonial garden, you can delight in a cup of freshly ground coffee or an exquisite Gryphon tea blend. For something more unconventional, opt for a TipTree mocktail or cocktail. 

Savour delicate tea sandwiches and desserts like Ivory Chocolate Panna Cotta with Mandarin Compote and Amalfi Lemon Almond Meringue Tart. Everything will be served on a three-tiered stand. 

They also have a special Thai-inspired Weekday Afternoon Tea, available until May 2022. Thai Milk Tea Mille Feuille, Kaffir Lime Scones and Tiger Prawn finger sandwiches are some of the items that will be served. If you’d like a gluten-free or vegetarian menu, do notify the Tea Lounge 48 hours in advance. Free flow Prosecco or Champagne are also available, at additional charges. 


1 Cuscaden Road, Lobby Level, Regent Singapore, Singapore 249715

Opening Hours:

Monday - Friday:  2-5pm

Saturday - Sunday: 12-2:30pm, 3-5:30pm

Get 20% off your next buffet at Tea Lounge with Chope here.


10. Princess Terrace

Source: Princess Terrace


Famed for serving Singapore's Best Penang Buffet since the early 1970s, Princess Terrace at Copthorne King’s Hotel features authentic Penang delicacies. Princess Terrace Cafe has a comfortable and nostalgic ambience and it would cater to the taste of the older folks.  

You can indulge in authentic cultural food that’s prepared using the finest ingredients. Classics include Penang Hokkien Mee, Ark Thui Mee Sua, Deep Fried Lor Bak and Char Kway Teow. A crowd’s favourite would be the Penang Assam Laksa, bound to delight with its spicy and tangy fish broth. Tasty snacks include Popiah, Kueh Pie Tee and Otah in Banana Leaf.

Round up your meal with desserts such as Nonya Kueh, Chendol and Homemade Fine Beancurd. Do also try the Apom Bokwa, a traditional Peranakan dessert of mini pancakes, served with a rich banana sauce.


403 Havelock Rd, Copthorne King, Singapore 169632 

Opening Hours:

Tuesday - Sunday: 12pm-2:30pm, 6-10pm

Get 20% off your next buffet at Princess Terrace with Chope here.


11. Atrium Restaurant

Source: Atrium Restaurant


At Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium's Halal-certified Atrium Restaurant, be prepared to feast on a stellar array of food. Their service crew is also top-notch, prompt and attentive. We can’t fly to Taiwan now because of the pandemic but we can bring a taste of Taiwan to us without leaving Singapore.

Savoury options include Spicy Taiwanese Pepper Prawns, Taiwanese Oyster Mee Sua, Taiwanese-style Grilled Beef Cube with Garlic and Taiwanese XXL Fried Chicken. End off your meal with their Taro and Sweet Potato Dessert.  

They also have a Halal-certified buffet with over 40 buffet items. Fresh Oysters and Executive Chef Chua's Signature Laksa are just some of the items on the menu. Go down a nostalgic memory lane with Hawker Uncle Ice Cream served with Rainbow Bread or Wafer Slices!


317 Outram Road, Level 4, Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, Singapore 169075

Opening Hours:

Monday - Sunday: 12–9:30pm 

Get 50% off your next buffet at Atrium Restaurant with Chope here.


12. Cafe 2000

Source: Cafe 2000


Cafe 2000 is situated at Hotel M and serves Asian and Western buffets. Their Fresh Seafood on Ice features Poached Tiger Prawn, Canadian Black Mussel, Chilean Sea Scallop and Pacific White Clam.

On Fridays and Saturdays, you can also have a lovely change of dining environment by treating yourself to an Alfresco Seafood BBQ. There is a good variety of food available such as Fish Otah, Sea Scallop, Slipper Lobster, Sambal Baby Squids and Ocean Jumbo Red Leg Prawn.

Indulge in the Chef’s Signature Hot Chocolate Soufflé, a light and airy dessert. Other desserts include Durian King Cream Puff, Rasa Malaysia Ondeh Ondeh Cake, Mango Coconut Strudel with Mango Compote, Japanese Strawberry Mochi. There’s also a Fruit Skewker Chocolate Fountain. Wash everything down with premium tea selections such as Yunnan Pu Erh and Indian Papadum.


81 Anson Rd, M Hotel, Singapore 079908

Opening Hours:

Monday - Sunday: 12-2:30pm, 6-10pm 

Get 20% off your next buffet at Cafe 2000 with Chope here.


13. The Buffet @ M Hotel


Source: The Buffet @ M Hotel


Aptly named The Buffet, gather some friends and family to bond over a steamboat buffet at the M Hotel, available from Friday to Sunday. Their broth is MSG-free and you can choose from five flavours: Superior Chicken, Singapore Laksa, Sichuan Mala, Spicy Thai Tom Yum and Supreme Collagen Rich Broth (top up $9). 

At their live station, you can savour their Tiger Prawn in Chinese Herbal Essence. Some of their handcrafted minced meat include Minced Prawn with Tobiko and Muar Otah Paste. They also offer Sliced NZ Grass-Fed Lamb and Free Range Sliced Chicken. If seafood’s more up your alley, Blue Flower Crab and Pink Scallop are also available. They also have a Yong Tau Foo platter and Chilli Crab Meat with Mantou. 

Their dessert platter has chocolate eclairs, macarons and their signature durian king puff, just to name a few. Do note that it’s a one-time serving only. But you do get free flow potong ice cream in three flavours: Durian, Red Bean and Chendol. 


81 Anson Rd, M Hotel, Singapore 079908

Opening Hours:

Thursday - Sunday: 6-10pm

Get 20% off your next buffet at The Buffet @ M Hotel with Chope here.


14. Four Points Eatery


Source: Four Points Eatery


If you love Thai food, be sure to try out the Thai Seafood BBQ Buffet at Four Points Eatery. You can have the choice of dining indoors at their spacious restaurant or at the sheltered alfresco dining space overlooking the river. The service staff is friendly and approachable, which adds to a great dining experience. 

Take your pick from the exotic seafood delights including Crawfish, Marinated Fish Fillet and Flower Clams. Their meat selection includes Iberico Pork, House Marinated Chicken, Smoked Duck and Chicken Sausage. Their greens include Chinese Cabbage, Bok Choy, Enoki Mushrooms.

Go for their sides if you want something different: Mexican Wings, Potato Wedges and a unique Four Points Cheese Dip. 


382 Havelock Road, Four Points by Sheraton Singapore, Robertson Quay, 169629 

Opening Hours:

Monday - Sunday: 6am-10pm

Get 50% off your next buffet at Four Points Eatery with Chope here.


15Spice Brasserie

Source: Spice Brasserie


At PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road, Spice Brasserie lives up to its name for providing spice through its famous four crabs: Chilli Crab with Mantou, Kam Heong Crab, Creamy Tom Yam Crab and Mongolian Crab. Crab lovers definitely should pay a visit to the restaurant and feast on the dinner buffet.

Their Signature BBQ Black Char Siew and Signature Crispy Pork Roll are sure to satisfy you. You can also try out their Singapore Laksa or Garlic Egg Fried Rice with Crab Meat, Tobiko Roe and Scallion. For something that packs more of an alcoholic punch, order their Fresh Prawns or La La (Clams) in Shaoxing Wine, both simmered over a claypot.

If you still have room left for desserts, the Teppanyaki Ice Cream of the Day is not to be missed. Other options include Ying Yang Muah Chee, Cempedak Crumble Cake and Durian Pengat with Sticky Rice.


181 Kitchener Road, PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road, Singapore 208533

Opening Hours:

Wednesday - Friday: 12-2:30pm, 6-9:30pm

Saturday - Sunday: 12-4pm, 6-9:30pm

Get 20% at your next buffet at Spice Brasserie with Chope here.


16. Royal Palm @ Village Hotel Bugis

Source: Royal Palm @ Village Hotel Bugis


At Royal Palm, Village Hotel Bugis, you can experience a 1-for-1 High Tea Buffet. The spacious restaurant is also decked out in grand furnishing and rustic touches, resulting in a relaxing ambience. 

Their High Tea consists of four courses, served by the tier, and Seafood On Ice, featuring fresh prawns and mussels. For savoury items, you get Wagyu Beef Burgers, Chicken Sandwich, Chicken Shawarma, Crispy Breaded Fish and Grilled Saffron Chicken. 

For sweets, you get an assortment of Macarons (one-time serving), Danish Pastries, Croissants, Muffins and Donuts. Cakes lovers can also delight in their Cheesecake, Red Velvet or Ondeh Ondeh Cake. For drinks, choose between sparking, still mineral water, coffee tea or juice.


390 Victoria Street, #03-12A, Village Hotel Bugis, Singapore 188061

Opening Hours:

Monday - Sunday: 11am-10:30pm

Enjoy 1-for-1 buffet at Royal Palm @ Village Hotel Bugis with Chope here.


17. Estate


Source: Estate


Located at Hilton Singapore, Estate serves all-day dining buffet that is inspired by the heritage of Orchard Road. The restaurant has a cosy and relaxed ambiance. The staff are very attentive to your needs and go out of their way to provide the best service. 

Notable mentions from the lunch buffet include the Smoked Roasted Pork Belly and Peruvian-style Roasted Organic Chicken at the carving station. For desserts, Marsala Wine Tiramisu and Torched Citron Tart are some unique picks. For the dinner buffet, get their Signature Squid Ink Tagliatelle with Octopus confit, which is a gluten-free option. The Estate Black Truffle Roasted Duck, served with a homemade sweet turnip pickle, is also worth a try.

On 17 April 2022 (Sunday), Estate is hosting a Grand Easter Champagne Lunch Buffet. Fun activities for children include Easter-themed Best Dressed competition, Easter egg hunt and pottery making classes.

Children aged 12 years old and below dine at 50% off adult price and children aged 5 years old and below dine for free.


333 Orchard Rd, Level 5, Singapore 238867

Opening Hours:

Monday - Sunday: 6:30am to 10pm

Enjoy up to 20% off your next buffet at Estate with Chope here.


 18. Si Chuan Dou Hua

Source: Si Chuan Dou Hua


Si Chuan Dou Hua at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road is adored for its authentic Cantonese and Sichuan specialities. The service is warm and impeccable, including a Tea Master who skillfully pours tea through a long-spout pot.

Their Weekday Dim Sum Buffet is a precursor of what the dining experience at Si Chuan Dou Hua is like. The theme of their buffet is nostalgic. Indulge in their Braised Fish Maw, Abalone, Sea Cucumber and Conpoy in Brown Broth or Pan-fried Yam Cake with Sakura Shrimps and Fish Skin. Do also try out their Signature Pork Belly Roll with Yam. 

End your meal on a sweet note with their refreshing desserts. Some stellar options include Lemongrass Jelly with Fresh Fruits and Chilled Osmanthus Jelly with Honey. If you’d prefer something hot, go for the Crispy Sesame Glutinous Rice Ball.


181 Kitchener Road, PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road, Singapore 208533

Opening Hours: 

Monday - Sunday: 11:30am-2:30pm, 6-10pm

Get 10% off your next buffet to Si Chuan Dou Hua with Chope here.


19. Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant

Source: Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant


Relish award-winning Halal fusion and Indonesian delights at Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant, which started in 1985. Located at Furama RiverFront, the restaurant oozes a rustic and cosy vibe and the staff are attentive, knowledgeable and friendly. Families with young kids, do take note that your children, aged 6-12, can dine for 40% off.  

Highlights include their Roasted Lamb Leg with Chefʼs Homemade Sauce. Other options also include Gado Gado Jakarta, Cumi-Cumi Goreng Pedas Nusantara, Sop Buntut Nusantara, Ayam Panggang Rica Rica and Rendang Daging Sapi. End your buffet with the Chef’s Signature Desserts such as Goreng Pisang and Pulut Durian Pengat.


405 Havelock Rd, Level 3 Furama RiverFront, Singapore 169633

Opening Hours: 

Monday - Sunday: 12–2:30pm, 6–10:30pm

Get 15% off your next buffet to Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant with Chope here.


20. Window On The Park


Source: Window On The Park


At Holiday Inn, Window On the Park's iconic 1-for-1 Halal-certified buffet has an extensive range of Asian and Western cuisine options that will make your tummy happy. For mains, go for classics such as Singapore Nyonya Laksa and Chicken Satay.

Get their Signature Seafood in the Wok, where you get a generous 500grams of Mud Crabs, Prawns, Mussels, Clams and Assorted Vegetables, served with a sauce of your choice. Other chef recommendations also include Beef Stroganoff, Wok Fried Turkey Breast with Mongolian Sauce and Steamed Fish in Heritage Nyonya Sauce. 

Their dessert selection includes Lemon Blondies, Hot Tau Suan, Banana Cake, Mini Cheesecake, Fruits Tarlets and Fresh Fruit.


11 Cavenagh Rd, #02-00 Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre, Singapore 229616

Opening Hours: 

Monday - Thursday: 12–5pm, 6–10pm

Friday - Sunday: 12–5pm, 6–10:30pm

Book your next visit to Window On The Park with Chope here.


That’s it for the round up of the 20 best hotel buffets in Singapore. If you want more cuisine options or you’d rather dine elsewhere rather than at a hotel, click here to discover Japanese, Korean or Hotpot buffets. 

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