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Fisherman’s Market, the first restaurant by Japanese company Create Restaurants to open outside of Japan, is the latest all-you-can-eat seafood buffet to hit Singapore shores. Fisherman’s Market buffet Lunch: S$29.90++ (weekdays), S$39.90 (weekends) Dinner: S$39.90++ (weekdays), S$44.90 (weekends) Not to be confused with The Manhattan Fish Market, Fisherman’s Market features...
With many establishments offering high tea these days, it is no surprise that Singaporeans are getting the hang of relaxing and watching the world go by while feasting on delectable teatime snacks. The Regent Hotel is one of the few five-star hotels in Singapore that has an entire restaurant dedicated...
When you want to enjoy a good spread of Japanese cuisine, the Kuishin Bo Japanese Buffet may just hit the spot. The spectrum of Japanese fares you would find at Kuishin Bo includes sushi, sashimi, cold seafood, tempura, grilled meats and seafood, a dessert line that can match any hotel...
Throughout the month of Ramadan (Muslims’ fasting month), the Concorde Hotel is offering a Buka Puasa buffet every night. The buffet takes place by the swimming pool, and includes a range of Indonesian fares. Having enjoyed the hotel’s luxurious international seafood buffet previously, we arrive at the buffet line with...
It is no secret that Singaporeans love buffets. We are always on the lookout for buffets that offer great food at good prices. Seafood fans can now dive into the newly launched Harvest of the Sea buffet at Concorde Hotel (former Le Meridien Hotel). The dinner buffet takes place at...