Kuishin Bo is the first to introduce a local dining concept in Japanese buffet meal, with a wide spread of food including zuwaigani (snow crabs), appetizers, sashimi, sushi, seafood, teppanyaki, tempura, oden, soba, udon, ramen, hot dishes, desserts, cakes, soft drinks, coffee, tea and more. Listen out for the trademark “Dong Dong Dong Kuishin Bo” announcement in the restaurant. This familiar jingle, which plays out approximately every half an hour during dinner, signals the limited serving of special food items, on a first come first served basis. continue reading
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Level2 2019-08-18
From the decor and management, even though I am NOT a buffet person, but seeing it looks like a decent Japanese restaurant, I gave it a try.  We tried the family package with 2 adults 1 child.I would say nothing special, though it is not bad, but definitely not good.Salad - ok.Summer special - to be honest I didn't try any as it did not look attractive.Seafood - unlimited supply of crab leg - this is the main attraction, every table just grabbed whole lots of them.  It is not good in quality, but I suspect this is the item with the best value for your price.Paper hot pot - the choice is limited, one good choice is to add the beef.The other foods are so-so - curry, tempura (only shrimp), cold noodle.In conclusion - come here only for the crab leg. continue reading
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Level3 2015-09-03
Full review: http://nkikichua.blogspot.sg/2015/09/kushinbo-suntec-city-promenade-singapore.htmlKuishin Bo returns back to its nesting ground, Suntec City. Now situated in the new North Wing of Suntec City, they brings you a brand new interior and deco with more lively colours yet cosy and welcoming setting. There's even a Kids Haven corner, only exclusive to Suntec City outlet.The buffet spread consist of 100 over timeless favourites across 7 sections: Salad and Appetisers, Sushi, Sashimi, Seafood, Teppanyaki, Paper Hot Pot, Fried Food, Soups and Desserts. Besides their regular buffet range, Kuishin Bo is introducing quarterly thematic food fairs featuring gourmet highlights from various regions in Japan, where you will be able to feast in over 20 seasonal items. From 6 July - 27 September 2015, you can savour items from Kyushu and Okinawa.I would recommend going for dinner instead, so you'll get to enjoy free flow of snow crabs, and not forgetting the iconic ‘dong dong dong’ bell which indicate the hourly specials with limited quantities. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)