6 Bottomless Buffets to Enjoy with Family and Friends – Because You Can!

You can feast to your heart's content again.

By Mandy Lim Beitler        27 July 2022

All-you-can-eat buffets are back with a vengeance, and if you haven’t indulged in such decadence for some time, these six bountiful buffet spreads are bound to tempt your taste buds. Some even come with bubbly to boot!

1. Rotisserie Round-up at Carnivore Brazilian Churrascaria

If endless succulent cuts of freshly grilled meats glistening as they fall onto your plate make your day, then a trip to Carnivore is in order. While you settle into your seat, anticipate the arrival of roaming passadors, as one after another, the meat waiters present various perfectly grilled offerings on skewers straight from the grill to your table.

From beef rump and beef short ribs to leg of lamb and pork jowl, each carefully sourced meat is prepared, marinated and grilled by true-blue Brazilian chefs, using centuries-old traditional methods. Other popular items include juicy Grilled Pineapples, kid-favourite Chicken Wrapped in Bacon and the more exotic Chicken Hearts. An array of hot and cold sides, salads, soups and desserts complement your meaty meal.

Available for dinner daily, from $69++ per adult and $15++ per child.

SAFRA members enjoy 10% off the buffet price; more info at safra.sg/promotions/carnivore-brazilian-churrascaria-2

#01-32 CHIJMES, 30 Victoria Street, Singapore 187996
More info at carnivore.com.sg

2. Taste of Taiwan at Peppermint

Foodies who can’t get enough of Taipei’s distinct food culture will be glad to discover this exciting new promotion at Peppermint. Inspired by its popular night market scene, Executive Chef Chan Tuck Wai and his team have curated a spread of street snacks, such as Flame-grilled Diced Beef Cubes, Scallion Egg Pancakes and Pan-fried Crispy Bun. Iconic Taiwanese comfort food, such as Braised Chicken One-bowl Rice and Oyster Mee Sua, also feature.

Round out this ‘trip’ to Taiwan with Honey Barley White Corn, uniquely served raw and chilled. Using white corn sourced directly from Tainan, it boasts tender kernels bursting with natural sweetness. Alongside, expect Peppermint’s signature halal-certified spread of fresh seafood, salads and soups, Japanese, Indian and local delights, and desserts, of course.

Available for lunch and dinner daily till 31 July, from $68++ per adult and $34++ per child.

SAFRA members enjoy 15% off the total bill; more info at safra.sg/promotions/parkroyal-marinabay-fnb

Level 4, Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay Singapore, 6 Raffles Boulevard
More info at

Prefer a lighter taste of Taiwan? Head to the Coffee Lounge at Goodwood Park Hotel for their Weekday Taiwan Porridge à la carte buffet – NSmen enjoy 50% discount off for the 4th diner if you use your NS55 credits. More info and deals at www.safra.sg/membership/ns55-recognition-package-singapore/ns55-deals/more-ns55-deals

3. Golden Hits at Ellenborough Market Cafe

The time is indeed ripe for a new buffet spread at Ellenborough Market Cafe, which shines a spotlight on Singaporean’s beloved golden fruits, durian and cempedak. Kick off your meal with Singaporean Rojak with Cempedak, Smoked Duck with Cempedak Salad and an unexpectedly delightful Durian Chicken Soup. Classic mains also given the golden touch include Plant-based Cempedak Bolognese and Durian Fried Rice with Sambal. Don’t miss Fish Head Tempoyak, an appetising curry uplifted with the aromatics of fermented durian.

Ready to indulge your sweet tooth? The dessert station beckons with a plethora of golden treats, starring the well-loved Durian Pengat. Its supporting cast includes Durian Tiramisu, Durian and Coconut Panna Cotta, Cempedak Sable Tart and Cempedak Clafoutis, just to name a few.

Available for dinner on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays till 31 July, at $88++ per adult and $44++ per child.

Level 1, Paradox Singapore Merchant Court at Clarke Quay, 20 Merchant Road, Singapore 058281; Tel: 6239 1847/8

If the durian desserts have set off your craving for more nonya kueh, make a booking for Copthorne King’s Hotel’s Princess Terrace Authentic Penang Cuisine – all NSmen enjoy 15% if they use their NS55 credits. More info at www.safra.sg/membership/ns55-recognition-package-singapore/ns55-deals/promotions-with-usage-of-ns55-credit

4. Spritzy Sunday Brunch at Hotel Indigo Garden

Overflowing with laid-back vibes and speciality Aperol cocktails, the new Sunday brunch at Hotel Indigo Garden is designed for food- and fun-loving folk – and their furkids. Hidden within the bustling Katong neighbourhood, this pet-friendly al fresco garden bar is an intimate oasis boosted with energetic beats, bold flavours and spritzy drinks.

The free-flow spread of mod-Asian dishes includes Chilli Crab Cake, Philly Cheese Steak Pita and Angus Cubes, featuring Margaret River Angus wok-fried with kampot black pepper and garlic chips. Look forward to platters loaded with Italian cold cuts, French cheeses, breads and dips and the ever-popular truffle fries. Chase it all down with all-you-can-drink house wines and refreshing Aperol cocktails, such as The Classic, Two-One-Two, Aperol Spritz Mimosa, and more.

Available every second and fourth Sunday of the month, from $44++ per person.

Level 1, Hotel Indigo Singapore, 86 East Coast Road, Singapore 428788; Tel: 6723 2025

5. Tantalising Indonesian Flavours at Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant

For a feast of authentic Indonesian cuisine, head to Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant, where both popular and lesser-known dishes are perfected based on time-honoured recipes. The halal-certified spread begins with a series of hot and cold appetisers, rice and noodle dishes, and warming soups on rotation.

Then dig into seafood delights such as Kepiting Telur Asin and Udang Bijirin, alongside all-time favourites Rendang Daging Spi, Ayam Woku, and Sayur Lodeh Jawa. From the carving station, expect seasonal highlights like Peha Kaki Kambing and Ikan Bakar Siakap. Lastly, regular diners know that Pulut Durian Pengat and Kintamani’s Assorted Kue-Kue Tradisi are worth saving stomach space for!

Available for lunch and dinner daily, from $35.80++ per adult, $21.50++ per child and $25++ per senior citizen.

Level 3, Furama RiverFront Singapore, 405 Havelock Road, Singapore 169633; Tel: 6739 6463

6. Truly Indulgent Sunday Brunch at Opus Bar & Grill

Back once again to satisfy even the most discerning gourmands is Opus Bar & Grill’s iconic Sunday brunch fete. Start by assembling your personal charcuterie plate from counters overflowing with cheeses, cured meats and cold seafood. Get a matching buzz going with free-flowing Champagne Laurent Perrier Brut and a mix-it-yourself Mojito bar.

Suitably relaxed? Go global at Japanese, Italian, French, and Asian corners. Highlights include freshly prepared sushi and sashimi, pizzas and pastas, a live foie gras station, Joue de Boeuf Bourguignon, and Wok-fried Chilli Crab. No brunch at Opus is complete without premium cuts such as Australian Prime Rib, Wagyu Sausage and Lamb Porterhouse prepared on its signature open-flame grill. Get through the feast and be rewarded with D9 Cakery’s legendary cheesecakes, chocolate pralines and other sweet treats.

Available every Sunday, from $98++ per adult and $59++ per child.

Level 1, voco Orchard Singapore, 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883; Tel: 6730 3390

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