These hams from the buffet spread have very nice presentation and also looks really fresh as well. Generous amount are always topped on the buffet spread so you be enjoy at your fullness on it. especially like their pork ham and chicken ham as they both are equally chewy and fragrant. great to have it on its own or to eat with sandwich bread too. Frankly, either way will taste delicious and you will sure be craving for more.
Sakura International Buffet is really THE place to go to if you would like to have a buffet comprising of many different food from many different countries! The food range is so big that you can find japanaese food, italian food, chinese cuisine, western food, indian food and many more, as suggested by the name, Sakura International Buffet. Great choice of restaurant for a good buffet!
Other than the wide range of foods to choice from their buffet spread, I especially love their ice cream puffs. Is small but easy finish in one bite. Also the puff is soft and tasty! Love it and feel like having enough of it. The buffet here is very affordable and does not charge service charge. Safra card member enjoy additional discount too. My verdict: 6.5/10
Ok, it’s my first visit to Sakura last month. I have been hearing quite a number of good and bad reviews of Sakura and finally, I’m there with colleagues to try it myself.
Since it is the cheapest, affordable buffet in Singapore, overall the food served there was acceptable to me although the variety is not that wide compared to other buffet. The oysters served here were big and juicy (personally, I think the oysters here were bigger than the ones served in Pariss International Seafood Buffet). There were lots of dim sum being served and tasted nice initially, but when consumed too much, you will feel sick of it.
Coincidentally, it’s Durian and Peranakan Fair (from 01 Oct to 31 Dec 2010) when I’m there. Being a durian lover, I indulged myself in the durian puffs (which were very “duriany” and tasted nice to me but my colleagues beg to differ, maybe they don’t really like durian), durian tempura and durian spring rolls (these were too oily for me), sambal durian sticky rice (which was actually quite nice but you actually can’t taste the durian except very faint durian smell.) and many more. As for the peranakan food, the sambal petai squid were good but spicy. I'm happy that there was bobo cha cha being served here because it’s been years since I last had bobo cha cha.