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Telephone
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Introduction
Let Chef Wan take you on a heritage culinary journey through South-East Aisa’s legendary Spice Trail and be inspired by his exotic recipes from the regional cuisines of Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam. His gastronomic cuisines consist of 80% of heritage recipes, whilst 20% of his other recipes are drawn from his extensive travels from all over the world. Other than the exquisite buffet spread, Chef Wan has a cooking studio within the 450-seat restaurant, where he will hold live cooking demonstrations whenever he is in town. The restaurant will also carry his signature rumpah (spice blends), condiments and sauces as well as his sought-after cookbooks. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:30-14:30
18:00-22:00
Mon-Sun
11:30-14:30
18:00-22:00
Other Info
Halal
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
http://www.auricgroup.com/one-market.php
Review (11)
Level1 2014-12-03
1650 views
Dining at 1 Market was a surprising dinner find for my friends and I. It is located at the new plaza sing building. Despite the comments I heard about the place, we decided to give it a go since it wasn't too expensive. Upon entering I was charmed by the kampung style of the place. Being a sweet tooth, I was immediately attracted to the dessert section before anything else - love the beautifully decorated dessert section. Very yummy desserts and wide selection too. They have seafood selection too so we chow down to the fresh oysters - Sulculent! The other dishes were flavourful and I highly recomend their grilled squid. It is very well marinated and not rubbery at all. The food was replenish pretty quickly, lovely staff that whisk to clear your empty plates so overall we had a nice time. Drop by if you're at Plaza Sing. continue reading
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Level4 2014-03-07
2284 views
Just have my lunch here at this popular buffet restaurant here at Plaza Singapura. The waitress and waiters here are quite prompt in clearing the plates and utensils from the tables and the restaurant is quite big and spacious, cooling as well. For less than $40 per adult, is still charged quite reasonable. Enjoyed having their cold prawns and scallops. THey are very fresh and chewy, with no stingy smell in it. The stired fried pepper prawns are also delicious, which is flavourful with lots of peppery fragrant in it, prawns are crunchy and sweet as well. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-25
1732 views
1 Market is a halal buffet restaurant opened by the famous Chef Wan, which attracted a lot of media and hype when it first opened! I met up with two of my friends to try the lunch buffet here ^^ The first stop I went for is the Japanese section! I love sashimi which I happily spam those on my plate! The soba noodles are not bad! Some of the food from the Thai, Viet and Indo sections. The charcoal black pepper prawns are a must-try! After sometime, I realize they have a pretty wide range of sauces available! These are surprisingly tasty! There is a long queue for the satays and after getting a plate, we found it to be nothing fantastic and definitely not worth queuing for. I was already pretty full but I saw this laksa station and decided to try this last item! Lucky I ordered as it was surprisingly good and I finished the whole bowl! Moving on to the desserts, there is an especially long queue for the waffles! I think we waited around 10 minutes for our turn. I had the chocolate ice-cream on my waffles and drizzled it with strawberry sauce I like that the waffles are crispy and it was worth queuing! There is a range of kuehs, tarts and pastries at the dessert section and these are just some of it! There is also a ice kachang machine! Overall, I find that the buffet spread didn't have much variety but considering the price, it is reasonable ;) continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-28
1390 views
My friend has treated me the lunch buffet here at 1 Market. The restaurant was really cooling and seats were comfortable as well. Lots of Asian cruisines can be found on their buffet spread. I particularly enjoyed eating their raw salmon, which is really fresh and chewy. The stir fried bitter gourd is very crunchy and not too oiy as well. The fresh cold prawns are also crunchy and delicious. Service was good and according to my friend, the price is reasonable as well, which is less than $30 per adult. continue reading
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Level2 2013-08-11
1108 views
The buffet serves food from Indonesian, Thailand, Vietnam, Japanese and local cuisines. There are about 10 stations, prominent ones are the barbeque meats, laksa, popiah, and rojak stations.There's a lot of variety available at 1 Market. Sadly, there's quantity but no quality. To cite a few examples, the sashimi (salmon, tuna, octopus) didn't taste fresh. Also, chicken in dishes such as the Thai green curry were super tough.1 Market is definitely not a buffet that I intend to revisit. For the price of $34.80++, there are lots of buffets out there that serves fresh, quality food.For full review and pics, visit http://www.bunnysays.com/2013/01/1-market-by-chef-wan-plaza-sing.html continue reading
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