The buffet restaurant is usually THE destination to be at when you want to eat your heart out. But if you want to be in the company of your Muslim friends, it just can't be any restaurant. It has to be halal certified.
Though there are many restaurants out there where your Muslim friends can dine in, not all of them serve a really good buffet spread. Not to worry, we list down 5 of the Best Halal Buffets in Singapore. Try ‘em all and let us know which one is your favourite.
Also, this might come in handy: Useful Tips when Eating at a Buffet Restaurant1. 1 Market by Chef Wan
Photo taken from 1 Market's Facebook page
One of the newest additions to Plaza Singapura’s long list of eateries is 1 Market by Chef Wan
. This spacious 450-seater buffet restaurant features an extensive offering of dishes inspired by Chef’s travels throughout Southeast Asia (let’s talk Vietnam, Indonesia, Cambodia, Thailand, and Singapore).
Take a food trip inside this restaurant and you will find different cuisines organised into sections like the Nyonya Peranakan, Vietnamese, and Japanese. There also seem to be a number of sauces to match the delectable feast prepared daily. Be warned, though, that most of these are quite spicy for an average person! So if you can’t handle some chilli, just skip these. Anyway, the offerings are already good on their own.
68 Orchard Road, #04-45 to 49, Plaza Singapura ExtensionTel. No.:
email@example.comPricing: Buffet Lunch
Mon to Fri: $23.80++ (Adult), $12.80++ (Child)
Sat, Sun, PH: $29.80++ (Adult), $17.80++ (Child)Buffet Dinner
Mon to Fri: $35.80++ (Adult), $16.80++ (Child)
Sat, Sun, PH: $39.80++ (Adult), $19.80++ (Child)Buffet Timings from Monday to Sunday:
Lunch: 11:30am to 2:30pm
Dinner: 6:00pm to 10:00pm2. Carousel
Photo taken from Carousel's Facebook page
Located within Royal Plaza on Scotts hotel is Carousel
, a popular buffet choice for delicious halal fare. This is also known as one of the restaurants with the most choices when it comes to the buffet spread. There’s the seafood section which has freshly shucked oysters, lobsters, prawns, and mussels.
Another popular spot for food lovers here is the Rotisserie section where protein lovers can indulge in beef dishes. Take note that some dishes are served during weekends only while some are in rotation. Desserts shouldn’t be missed here, too, for there are just so many pretty sweets here to satisfy your sugar cravings.
25 Scotts Road, SingaporeTel. No.:
Lunch: $46++(Adult), $28++(Child)
Dinner: $62++(Adult), $37++ (Child)Weekends:
Lunch: $50++ (Adult), $32++ (Child)
Dinner: $75++ (Adult), $42++ (Child)Daily Buffet Timings:
Dinner: 6:30pm-10:30pm3. AquaMarine
Photo courtesy of AquaMarine
Just last year, AquaMarine
got its halal certification. And you know what this means, our Muslim friends can also enjoy what this buffet restaurant has to offer. Here, you can feast on Asian and international cuisine. Such dishes you can enjoy are perennial favourites which include the Singapore Chilli Crab, Grilled Beef Striploin infused with Garlic and Five Spices.
There is also a wide array of mouth-watering desserts you can sink your teeth into. You can choose to enjoy your food inside the restaurant or opt for a place in the al fresco area.
6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina SquareTel. No.:
$58++(adult), $29++ (child)Dinner
Weekday: $68++ (adult), $34++(child)
Weekend: $78++(adult), S$39++(child)Buffet Timings:
Lunch: 12.00pm - 2.30pm
Dinner: 6.30pm - 10pm 4. Straits Kitchen
Photo taken from the website
Let us tell you straight up that the Straits Kitchen
isn’t cheap (come to think of it, all hotel buffets come with a price, right?). But for the amount you pay for this restaurant at Grand Hyatt, what you get is a sumptuous and halal-certified local fare.
Yes, you heard it right. Here, you can feast on Halal Chinese, Malay, and Indian hawker favourites you grew up loving. Indulge in dishes which include the Singapore Laksa, Nasi Goreng, Hainanese Chicken Rice, and Roti Prata. For those special orders, the chefs prepare this on the spot in its open kitchen so you are assured of its freshness.
Lobby Level, Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts RoadTel. No.:
Weekday: $41++ (Adult), $20.50++ (Child)
Weekend: $45++ (Adult), $22.50++ (Child) Dinner
Weekday: $45++ (Adult), $22.50++(Child)
Weekend: $45++ (Adult), $22.50++ (Child)Buffet Timing:
Lunch: 12pm to 2:30pm (3pm for Saturday and Sunday)
Dinner: 6:30pm to 10:30pm 5. Asian Market Cafe
Photo courtesy of Asian Market CafeAsian Market Cafe
offers a delectable buffet spread which features local and regional delicacies that are of course, halal-certified. Make a trip down to this restaurant and feast on its pan-Asian offerings found at the live action stations. Watch the chefs prepare your orders from scratch.
For other choices, head on down to the salad, appetiser, and dessert stalls for a truly enjoyable meal.
Level 2, Fairmont Singapore, 80 Bras Basah Road Tel. No.:
Lunch: $45++ (Mon to Fri)
High Tea: $45++ (Sat and Sun)
Dinner: $55++ (Mon to Sun)Buffet Timing:Lunch
12:00pm to 2:30pm (Daily)Dinner
6:00pm to 10:00pm (Sunday to Thursday)
6:00pm to 10:30pm (Friday, Saturday & Public Holidays)
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