The 5 Best Japanese Buffet Restaurants in Singapore
Eat & Drink | September 18, 2018
There are two situations that bring people to a buffet restaurant. Some come to sample a wide variety of foods without limit while some would like to get endless flow of their favorites. It is the journey of flavor exploring or fulfilling a big craving.
If you love sashimi or wish to taste hundreds of delicious items at one visit, why don’t head yourself to a Japanese buffet restaurant? With tasty and healthy dishes presented beautifully, Japanese cuisine satisfies both the body and soul.
There are a number of Japanese buffet restaurants in town that make up a colorful picture of culinary air and choice. The below mentioned restaurants are highly recommended as each of them meets various needs of Japanese food lovers. And now, it’s time to consider and choose your own favorite!
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- Great sashimi: Ikoi is famous for its sashimi, a not-to-be-missed dish, and has been viewed as one of the restaurants serving best sashimi in town by local foodies. At Ikoi, the tasty sashimi cuts are thick and very fresh.
- The presence of Japanese dining favorites: Many of the Japanese dining favorites are available on the menu, ranging from sashimi to cooked foods, from sushi to ramen. Everything presented in the buffet menu could be nicely served on your table without any limits. Complimentary dishes are offered once in a while.
- A choice of celebrities: Ikoi is a favorite haunt for celebrities to hang out. And their photos pasted on the restaurant’s walls tell the stories of how joyful they were at Ikoi.
- On-the-spot prepared foods: At Irodori, buffet does not mean that foods are cooked in advance. Dishes are only prepared upon ordering, so you can be sure that they’ll arrive at your table piping hot. And sashimi is freshly sliced on the spot to entice diners to ask for more.
- Tasty sashimi: Sashimi, a highlight among other foods, draws people to this restaurant. All types of sashimi are fresh, thick and well presented to make sashimi lovers fall in love with this dish forever.
- Wide range of foods: With almost 100 dishes available for unlimited orders, the restaurant’s menu enables us to balance our plate with both sashimi and cooked foods.
- Great complimentary dishes: Some signature dishes of Irodori such as Green Tea Tofu and Ebi Mentai Mayo are serverd as complimentary dishes upon arrival. They are so delicious that diners may come up a wish that they are one of the dishes in the buffet menu.
- Promotion: ANZ, Maybank, UOB, Diners, American Express, CIMB and OCBC Credit card holders get a reward of 15% off for lunch and 10% off on a la carte menu for dinner.
- Open concept kitchen: Any seats at the bar counter will be provided a view of chefs at work.
- Snow crab buffet: Free flow of fresh, sweet and firm snow crab legs is one of the reasons that make Kuishin Bo well-known. The restaurant’s nicely chilled and delicious crab legs will satisfy any fans of crab.
- Awesome desserts: A buffet meal at Kuishin Bo will be perfectly completed with various delicious sweet items. People with a sweet tooth may be surprised at a fantastic chocolate fondue in a Japanese buffet place. Sticks of marshmallows, grapes, mangos and strawberries are beautifully presented to be dipped with tasty chocolate.
- Excellent complimentary dishes: Shin Yuu's house specials which are wished to be repeated endlessly are fabulous with the presence of oyster, salmon aburi, seared tuna belly sushi, sliced smoked duck, fried sliver fish and cheese-baked tiger prawn. These are so fresh and tasty that you can’t forget.
- Great sashimi: Including tuna, salmon, swordfish, kingfish and octopus, the colorful sashimi moriawase at Shin Yuu satisfies the craving sashimi lovers through the deliciousness of each thick seafood slice.
- More than 200 buffet items over 29 food categories: A mega spread of Japanese delicacies makes Kiseki one of the best Japanese buffet restaurants in Singapore. You will be greeted by stations after stations offering good quality Sashimi, Sushi, Tempura, Chawanmushi (steamed egg), Robatayaki (Japanese grill), Yakitori (skewers), Teppanyaki, Nabemono (hot pot items), and Cold Seafood.
- Good selection of fresh sashimi: Kiseki’s sashimi counter will charm you like no other while offering a wide variety of this must have. Salmon, Salmon Belly, Tuna, Squid and Surf Clam are there to make the sashimi lover in you happy.
- Abundance of fresh, succulent seafood will satisfy your cravings for coastal specialities. You will be mesmerized by the cold and fresh seafood placed temptingly on the beds of ice. A range of sweet fleshy delights such as Prawns, Scallops, Mussels, Crayfish, Gong Gong, and Blue Swimmer Crabs will make you be spoilt for choice.
- Value for money buffet lunch: For its vast buffet spread, paying S$19.80++ (Monday to Friday) or S$27.80++ (Saturday, Sunday, Eve PH and PH) for a good buffet lunch is quite a steal.