Cheap Buffet Singapore
With the year coming to an end, some of you might have plans to eat big. Buffets can be quite expensive and not many are willing to fork out the money. But don’t fret as we’ve picked out some of the best buffets in town at the cheapest deals! Here are a list 7 good buffets in Singapore under $20!
1. House of Steamboat
Besides celebrating the most festive season, December is also the month where it’s all rainy and gloomy. In times likes this, all we’d like for is a bowl of hot soup. And steamboat sounds just about right! You can nd the typical selection of yong tau fu items – meatballs, shballs, seafood, and more. There’s also an a la carte menu for you to order some fried chicken drumlets, fried sh, and mantou buns. Add $2 more and you’ll have a grill set up as well. For $20nett per pax, this place is perfect for big gatherings over the weekend!
Address: 7 Tan Quee Lan Street, Singapore 188096 Opening hours: 11am – 12am daily
2. Little Ice Cream Kafe (LICK)
For those with a sweet tooth, the Little Ice Cream Kafe (LICK) might be your kind of heaven. The ice cream buffet happens on Fridays at two separate timings – 2 to 4pm and 6 to 8pm. Here, you can get as many waes as you’d like with a scoop of their amazing gelatos and this includes toppings too. They offer homemade ice cream avours and some of which we nd really unique. These avours are such as avocado, kaya toast, gula melaka, and honey lavender. There are more new avours coming your way so stay tuned!
Address: 258 Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore 437046
Opening hours: 1pm – 11pm (Sun – Thurs), 1pm – 12am (Fri – Sat)
3. I’m Kim Korean BBQ
We never fail to hear our stomachs growling each time we pass by a Korean BBQ restaurant. Here’s the good news! Kim Korean’s weekday lunches are priced at only $14++ while students get a special at $12.90. It’s easily one of the cheapest KBBQs you’ll nd in Singapore. They offer standard items such as meat cuts, fried chicken, ginseng soup, and many others. The aftermath would be a food baby that shows you’ve had a big meal. But the not so great part about dining here is having to smell like a walking KBBQ after.
Address: 1 Zubir Said Drive, School of the Arts, #01-04/05/06/07, Singapore 227968 Opening hours: 11:30am – 3:30pm, 5:30pm – 10:30pm daily
Love Japanese cuisine? Head over to KISEKI where they offer a comprehensive selection of Japanese dishes with over 200 items to choose from. You can nd everything from sushi, sashimi, chawanmushi, fresh seafood to yakitori, teppanyaki, and hot pot foods. That’s not only it as their desserts are to die for too. Try their cakes, mochi, and gelatos that come with interesting avours. Weekday lunches are going at $19.80++! Just remember to book in advance or else you’ll have to wait for long before getting in. And that’s not what most of us a patient enough to do especially when we’re hungry.
Address: 181 Orchard Road, Orchard Central, #08-01/02/03, Singapore 238896 Opening hours: 11:30am – 3pm, 6pm – 10pm daily
5. Swensen’s Dessert Buffet
Remember those days we’d visit Swensen’s for our birthday? We’d all enjoy a bowl of Firehouse on the house with our siblings. If you can’t get enough of their desserts, they offer a dessert buffet that runs on 7 days a week only at their ION Orchard outlet. Enjoy the free ow waes, brownies, and cakes to pair with their 50 different types of ice cream avours. It’s priced at $18.90 per pax and $12.90 for those who purchased mains beforehand. We’d recommend this place to dessert junkies or anyone who’s in for a cheat meal. This is a pretty great deal for such a wide selection of desserts which you can’t get elsewhere!
Address: 2 Orchard Turn, ION Orchard, #B1-31, Singapore 238801 Opening hours: 10:30am – 10:30pm daily
6. Lee’s Taiwanese
If you love Taiwanese cuisine, head over to Lee’s Taiwanese where you can eat as much as you’d like with their buffet spread. They offer over 20 dishes for you to choose from at only $16.80 (lunch) and $19.90 (dinner). Some of the standard mains include mee sua, rice with braised pork, chicken chop, and unlimited bubble tea! On top of that, the dishes here are cooked with less grease so you’ll never feel too jelak. Already salivating? Make your way to the West to get that tummy lled with some good Taiwanese food!
Address: 112 Faber Drive, Singapore 129424 Opening hours: 12pm – 9:30pm daily
7. Al Jasra Restaurant
To those looking for supper buffet places, Al Jasra Restaurant is the place to go. This 24-hour eatery offers 16 types of avoured pratas at only $7.90. Expect avours such as pepper, honey, banana, egg and onion, cheese, and more. Here’s a tip: bring some friends along to share the calories. Unless you’ve got that big of an appetite, don’t try this alone!
Address: 459 Changi Road, Singapore 419882 Opening hours: 24 hours