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[Sponsored] Whether it’s Italian, Japanese or Peranakan, the all-you-can-eat lunch buffet is a time-honored tradition of Singaporean foodies. Beat the weekday blues by booking a seat at one of these buffets with Chope.

Basilico

This swanky Italian restaurant pulls out all the stops with its walk-in wine cellar, rotisserie and espresso bar. Foodwise though, the big buffet draw here is their delicious assortment of cheese and antipasti. Among heartier stuff, tuck into favorites like the smoked duck breast, beef medallion and grilled spring lamb. All that’s just $42 on weekdays. Book now!

Flavours at Zhongshan Park

With its casual vibe and Peranakan-themed décor, this place is equal parts local and contemporary.  Those who love wok-fried food who can’t be bothered to sweat it out at kopitiams, take special note: the $22 set lunch here is has mains like wok-fried chicken with cara soya, seared snapper with zesty yuzu chilli and grilled pork chop with juniper rendang - certainly the kind of food your kopitiam auntie would approve of . Book now!

Oscar’s

For working lunch with a bit of style, there’s the buffet at Oscar’s. For $59, the Conrad Hotel eatery does seafood staples like Alaskan King Crabs, rock oysters, cold prawns and crayfish, along with a sushi bar with fresh tuna, salmon and swordfish. If you're one for salads, check out their Caesar salad station complete with a parmesan drum bowl for tossing. And of course, there’s the live carving stations with all the usual classics: roast beef, lamb and more. Book now!

Straits Kitchen

If you’re feeling both local and atas at the same time, check out the $52 buffet at Straits Kitchen at the Grand Hyatt Singapore. It covers all the local bases, from Chinese popiah and chicken satay to briyani dum. The huge space and marketplace décor theme makes it good for a big group lunch, too. Book now!

Triple Three

Furnished minimally with a Zen inspired black and white scheme, the Japanese buffet at Triple Three has a mix of teppanyaki, tempura and sushi offerings. For $58, expect a combo of Japanese and international dishes like steamed egg custard, foie gras with duck toast and wagyu beef.  Book now!

Have a favorite? Make sure to put in your vote for Chope Diners' Choice Awards 2015 here!

 

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