12 of the best hotel buffets in Singapore

Buffet feasts are a time-honored Singapore tradition. Here is a round-up of some of the best ones in town, and many of them come with free-flow Champagne. From the enduring stalwarts to the recent revamps, these are the ones to book.


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One of the city’s most atmospheric outfits serves a pretty swish, all-Italian Sunday brunch. It includes the lavish cheese and seasonal Italian tomato stations, with highlights such as smoked burrata and cow’s milk bocconcini and yummy cold cuts like the salame Milano and salame Pugliese. Don’t miss the highly-recommended house-made pizzas and rotisserie meats. From $98 to $155 (with free flow Champagne and wines).  


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Dig into an extensive international buffet at this halal-certified crowd favorite. They serve a wide variety of international dishes ranging from dim sum, maki rolls, Mediterranean fare and an exciting spread of fresh seafood. You may also find yourself lingering around the buffet’s three dessert counters that feature an indulgent chocolate fountain. Prices range from $32 ++ for breakfast to $101.22 nett for a weekend dinner buffet. 


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Formerly the site of the beloved Greenhouse buffet, this swank revamp is easily one of our favorite Sunday brunches in town. It has possibly one of the best oyster spreads we’ve seen in a while, shucking Normandy, Irish and Fine de Claire varieties, among others. There are also the obligatory live cooking stations that whip up everything from dim sum to tasty fried rice with cereal prawns and a fiery sambal belachan. Check out the cocktail cart shaking up craft cocktails, with house-infused spirits and syrups, although you’ll have to top up around $20 to order those. From $138 to $188 (with free-flow Moet & Chandon) for the Vintage Champagne Brunch. 



, 12 of the best hotel buffets in SingaporeStraitsKitchen

For a truly posh “marketplace” dining experience, this long-standing, 260-seater buffet restaurant at Grand Hyatt Singapore serves Singapore-inspired dishes in a sleek and stylish space. Diners can pick from a dazzling array of Chinese, Indian and Malay dishes such as laksa, Hainanese chicken rice, briyani rice and mee goreng, prepared a la minute from various open-concept cooking stations. The show-kitchens are also halal-certified, making StraitsKitchen a great spot for power lunches, and dinner with friends and family. From $52 ++ (lunch) to $62 ++ (dinner).

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This 316-seater all-day dining restaurant has plenty of themed buffets on any given night of the week, including a theatrical Sunday Champagne Brunch and seafood feast Hooked on Edge. At the four-hour Sunday Champagne Brunch (12-4pm), premium offerings include free-flow Veuve Cliquot, Alaskan King crab, caviar, Boston lobster, a wide artisanal cheese selection and local dishes. From $118 to $198. 

Flavours At Zhongshan Park

Revisiting Singapore’s street food, the hotel’s Hawkerlicious Dinner Buffet is a casual affair, with a new Wok-Fry station serving fresh seafood cooked to your specifications, and a D.I.Y Noodles station offering Nonya laksa, Penang assam laksa and prawn noodles. Veering slightly from the theme, the buffet also has a Japanese counter specializing in fresh sashimi and sushi. From $45++ (weekday) to $49++ (weekends). 

Ikoi Japanese Restaurant

It doesn’t have the requisite hotel poshness, and is a bit of a squeeze if you’re coming in a group, but getting a table at this a la carte Japanese buffet requires a bit of forward planning nonetheless, mobbed as it is with fans of their free-flow sashimi and other goodies like yakitori, tempura and noodle dishes.


With floor-to-ceiling windows and three open kitchens, this modern and stylish restaurant predominantly dishes out Asian dishes with hearty international fare for its daily lunch and dinner buffets. Our favorite is the small but delicious section of Peranakan favorites, including kueh pie ti and ayam buak keluak. Get their other signatures like fried jumbo prawn, Indonesian-style oxtail soup and the Penang char kway teow. From $48 (weekday lunch) to $78 (Sunday lunch). 

The Line

Everyone’s enduring hot favorite, The Line continues to be the place everybody talks about when it comes to stuffing yourself silly, thanks in part to its 16 theater kitchens, including Japanese, Chinese, Western, Indian, seafood and dessert. The buffet has the usual seafood spread, Western and Asian roast meats, dim sum, a selection of cheese, and desserts. From $43 (breakfast) to $158 (Sunday Champagne brunch, inclusive of free flow drinks). 

Marriott Café

Like most hotel buffets in Singapore, Marriott Cafe has a rotating menu of crowd pleasers stretching from fresh seafood items, a la minute dishes and local favorites like chili crab, chicken rice and roasts. Don’t forget to save room for the signature sticky date pudding. From $42 ++ (breakfast) to $98 ++ (Sunday lunch, inclusive of free flow sparkling wine, beer and soft drinks). 


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An institution of sorts, this restaurant is famous for its lavish buffets and sumptuous Champagne brunch on Sundays. (There’s also the option of free-flow sangria.) The set-up is semi-buffet, with a spread of seafood on ice, salads, charcuterie, carving stations, et cetera, followed by your choice of a la minute mains, including poached eggs with truffle, wagyu beef burger and lamb chops. From $64 (dinner) to $180 (Sunday brunch, inclusive of free-flow Veuve Clicquot)

Seasonal Tastes

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The Westin’s signature dining concept boasts stunning panoramic views Marina Bay and the Straits, with five interactive kitchens including an amazing dessert section that features old-school treats like kueh lapis and all sorts of other sweets. If you’re a seafood lover, go for their Sunday brunch, where they also have special deals on bottles of Veuve Cliquot. From $48++ (lunch, Mon-Sat) to $82 ++ (Seafood Night, every Fri).