Buffet Town – The Best Of “Singapore Food Fare” Buffet, Only Till 31 Aug
A buffet line-up of international fare and local favourites, with over 300 buffet items and 29 categories.
Buffet Town at Raffles City B1 has introduced a “Singapore Food Fare” theme that you can jio your friends and family to.
Think Chili Crabs, Roti Prata with Braised Lamb with Asian Spice Curry, Chef Fish Curry, Tau Hu Goreng, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Laksa, Satay Bee Hoon, Singapore Hokkien Mee, Fish Head Soup and DIY Yong Tau Fu.
Mai tu liao.
The “Singapore Food Fare 狮城美食 will be available from 5 July to 31 August 2016 at Buffet Town.
To commemorate Buffet Town’s 5th birthday, their All-You-Can-Eat Lunch is priced at $50 nett for 2 pax and Dinner at $75 nett for 2 pax.
This is an incredible deal for buffet lovers.
Yes, all prices are NETT. (Wah) The promotion applies during Weekdays (Mon – Fri) from 11 July to 4 August 2016.
Just because there are over 300 items (which we can’t eat all at one go), we decided to pick out 10 of our Singapore Food Fare favourites from Buffet Town here:
Roti Prata with Braised Lamb with Asian Spice Curry & Chef Fish Curry
Instead of the usual chicken curry or mutton curry to complement the thin and crisp Roti Prata, the braised lamb comes with a special Asian Spice Curry.
The lamb is cooked with this pasty-sauce that is sweetish-spicy, with a tinge of turmeric and lemongrass flavour. May need some getting used to for curry-lovers, but worth a try and grow on you.
If seafood is your thing, go for the Chef Fish Curry as a complement to the prata.
Singapore Chilli Crab
The iconic and signature dish that many overseas friends will insist on devouring during their visit to Singapore.
Packed with a fiery punch, matched with gooey sweet sauce which you can dip the mantous in, the signature Chilli Crab should be the crowd favourite.
If you come during weekend dinners, there will be Black Pepper Crab option with a bold, rich sauce made with Sarawak black pepper.
(The Chilli Crab dish is available daily for the buffet dinner, while the Black Pepper Crab is limited to Friday to Sunday dinners.)
Choice of beef, chicken or pork that are grilled upon order and served with peanut pineapple sauce for extra tanginess.
Another one of our local delights with tau pok and beansprout in thick coconut gravy. Not forgetting to add the extra chili for more spicy kick!
Tau Hoo Goreng
The tofu are deep fried to a gold brown hue, garnished with beansprouts and cucumber.
Steamed Yam Cake
Yammy? Yummy. Sprinkled with shallots, spring onion and chili, the Steamed Yam Cake was one of our favourites for its soft and smooth texture.
Hainanese Chicken Rice
Another one of our local’s favourites – Hainanese Chicken rice with chicken boiled to give it a more tender texture.
Eat it the hawker-style with specially made chili, ginger and dark soy sauce for additional pleasure.
DIY Yong Tau Foo
This is probably one of the few chances to pile up with your favourite YTF ingredients.
With 15 different liao (ingredients) to choose from, we can add as much as we want without being afraid of burning a hole in our wallet. #BuffetGoals
Rojak in Clay Bowl
Deep fried You Char Kway with tau pok, cucumber, pineapple, sweet turnip in prawn paste and grated peanuts.
Reminiscing our childhood memories? These ice lollies come in 6 different flavours: Pineapple, Bandung, Coffee, Caramel, Sour Plum and Ribena! So nostalgic.
Hint hint. These ice lollies are kept within a fridge next to the Yong Tau Foo store and not at the dessert section.
Other desserts available to satisfy sweet cravings include DIY Ice Kachang, homemade Red Bean Soup, Cheng Teng, Cempedak Mousse, and Chilled Mango Pudding.
Thinking of taking a rest from all the eating?
Head towards the Games Corner next to the dessert section for some childhood games: Five Stones, Aeroplane Chess, Chaptek and yo-yo.
Don’t forget to pick up a game card (limited to 1 card per dining receipt) and identify all 10 games on it.
Each game card allows you to take part in the lucky draw on 1 September 2016 and 10 lucky winners will walk away with a food hamper each.
Pricing for Buffet Town
Lunch (Mon-Fri) – Adult: $26.80++; Child: $18.80++
Lunch (Sat, Sun, Eve and Public Holiday) – Adult: $33.80++; Child: $19.80++
Dinner (Mon-Thu) – Adult: $36.80++; Child: $21.80++
Dinner (Fri-Sun, Eve and Public Holiday) – Adult: $42.80++; Child: $22.80++
(Note: The “Singapore Food Fare 狮城美食 will be available from 5 July to 31 August 2016 at Buffet Town. Due to popular demand, Buffet Town has closed reservation and set aside tables for walk-in customers on a first come first serve basis. Reservations still available for 23, 24, 30 & 31 July.)
Raffles City #B1-44E, 252 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179103 (City Hall MRT)
Opening Hours: 11.30am – 3pm, last order 2.30pm; 6pm – 10pm, last order 9.30pm (Mon-Sun)
* Written by Nicholas Tan @stormscape. This entry is brought to you in partnership with Buffet Town Singapore.
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