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Feast Your Heart Out At These Top 12 Halal Buffets In Singapore

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Have Halal Will Travel  •  Nov 12, 2015

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[Updated: 14 August 2021] One thing about Singaporeans is that we love our food. And naturally, that leads us to be huge fans of... BUFFETS! A huuuuge variety of food for you to pick from, what's not to love, right? With the easing of dine-in restrictions, you might be thinking of going to a buffet. We've compiled a comprehensive list of the top 12 halal buffets in Singapore in 2021 just for you! 😉 As Singapore is a melting pot of cultures, most of the buffets here features an international spread which means more variety for you! Note: Some of these buffets are still adjusting their opening hours. Do check their social media pages for more updates. 

Where to eat halal buffet in Singapore?

1. Atrium Restaurant

If you’re in the mood for buffets, dine at Atrium Restaurant, the halal-certified hotel restaurant at Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium! Look forward to enjoying their specially curated signature dishes, awesome live stations as well as a mix of local and international cuisine. Feast on the freshest collection of Fine De Claire Oysters, Poached Tiger Prawns, and Australian Black Mussels at Atrium! Halal status: Halal-certified Address : Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium Level 4, 317 Outram Rd, Singapore 169075 Facebook

2. StraitsKitchen

Credit: StraitsKitchen Local cuisine is served in a contemporary style at Straits Kitchen at Grand Hyatt Singapore with an amazing spread of Chinese, Malay and Indian food including roasted duck, naan, and even kuih. Yes, that means you get to try a whole array of local desserts too! 😋 Their a la carte A La Minute buffet makes dining super convenient - just place your order, and your food will be cooked upon order and delivered right to your table! Halal status: Halal-certified Address: 10 Scotts Rd, Grand Hyatt Singapore Lobby Level, Singapore 22821 Facebook

3. Peppermint

Peppermint's a la carte buffet of over 40 dishes is laden with local and international favourites prepared at their open display kitchen before being delivered right to your table. Look forward to sustainable seafood including juicy oysters, sweet Tiger Prawns, and succulent mussels that will bring the taste of the ocean right to your plate. 😋 There’s also fork-tender beef, mouth-watering lamb, and a rotating monthly themed feast of special offerings. Make sure to try their Singapore Lobster Laksa and Hainanese Chicken Rice! Halal status: Peppermint’s kitchen and buffet stations have been Halal-certified by MUIS. Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Level 4, PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, Singapore 039594 Facebook

4. Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road

Credit: Ginger Ginger is the latest spot to join the halal buffet scene in Singapore. Its signature dishes include chilli crab with mantou, crispy lamb with Thai green sauce, slow-braised beef rendang and more! There are also 5 live stations where you can enjoy satay, BBQ chicken wings and other scrumptious grilled items. Ginger is currently having a seafood and BBQ themed dinner with mouthwatering treats like lamb rack, wagyu beef steak and sambal clams. Plus, HHWT readers get an exclusive deal - read our article for more details! Not to mention that Ginger's interior is super IG-worthy too! Halal status: Halal-certified kitchen and live food stations Address: 7500 Beach Road Singapore 199591 Opening hours: Lunch (Wednesdays to Sundays) - 12PM to 2:30PM, Price: $48++ (Adult), $24++ (Child) Dinner (Wednesdays and Thursdays) - 6PM to 10PM, Price: $55++ (Adult), $27.50++ (Child) Dinner (Fri, Sun and PH) - 6PM to 10PM, Price: $65++ (Adult), $32.50++ (Child) Reservations via: Online Website | Facebook | Instagram

5. JinshangYipin Halal Hotpot & BBQ Buffet

 Have you always heard your non-Muslim friends talk about Chinese hotpot buffets (ie. Haidilao 🤣) and you just wished that there's a halal version in town? Well, now your wish has come true! Jinshangyipin at Eastpoint Mall in Simei is the first and probably the most authentic halal Chinese hotpot buffet you can find in Singapore. There are 5 soup bases but we recommend their spicy Sichuan mala soup of course!😋 Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 3 Simei Street 6, Simei New Town, Eastpoint Mall #01-20, Singapore 528833 Facebook

6. Asian Market Cafe

Credit: Asian Market Cafe on Facebook You can probably already guess what Fairmont Hotel's Asian Market Cafe has to offer in their buffet spread from their name. Yep, pan-Asian and Singapore cuisine! Some of its buffet line items include seafood on ice, Japanese sushi, roasted duck, live roti prata and satay stations, mutton rendang, Singapore style chilli crab and more! Halal status: Halal-certified Address: Level 2, Fairmont Singapore, 80 Bras Basah Rd, Singapore 189560 Facebook

7. Carousel

Credit: Carousel Carousel at Royal Plaza on Scotts is one of the most popular buffets in Singapore and is the perfect place to treat yourself to a fantastic meal. The buffet has a scrumptious international spread with fresh seafood, sashimi, local favourites (Hainanese chicken rice, laksa, etc), Asian delights (Thai, Chinese, Indian, etc) and of course an amazing dessert corner! Halal status: Halal-certified kitchens Address: 25 Scotts Rd, Royal Plaza, Singapore 228220 Facebook

8. Seoul Garden

Seoul Garden is definitely a local favourite! Their signature marinated Korean meat is served in a buffet-style format, giving you the chance to enjoy a leisurely meal grilling meat and catching up. Don't worry if you're dining solo either because they've even introduced their Personal Grill Sets! Starting from $15++ you can enjoy beautifully marbled, tender, and juicy premium cuts just for yourself. Halal status: Halal-certified Outlet details: Click here for a full list of all outlets Facebook

9. Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant

Credit: Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant Craving for some Indonesian food but not quite sure exactly what to order? Perhaps it's time to visit Kintamani Restaurant at Furama Riverfront hotel ! 😊 This restaurant has been around since 1985, serving up a delicious spread of Indonesian dishes that will make you feel like you're on a Balinese holiday. Look forward to over 20 different dishes including classics like Mee Goreng, Gado Gado, Rendang Daging Sumatra (with tender beef cooked in Thai coconut milk!), and Ayam Bekakak (grilled chicken marinated in a spicy black sauce). Halal status: Halal-certified Address: 405 Havelock Rd, Level 2 The Square @ Furama Riverfront, Singapore 169633 Facebook

10. The Landmark

Did you know that The Landmark at Village Hotel Bugis is one of the largest restaurants offering a wide variety of international cuisine? Their buffet menu is full of Asian, Western, Indian, Arabic, and Mediterranean influences! 😁 Feast on everything from Sirloin Beef Steak to Chilli Crab to Butter Chicken and so much more all in one spot. On weekends they even have specials like Tulang Merah, BBQ Prawns, and BBQ Chicken Wings and Drumlets! Halal status: Halal-certified Address: #05-01 Village Hotel Bugis, 390 Victoria St, Singapore 188061 Facebook

11. Buffet Town

Credit: Buffet Town International on Facebook Buffet Town at Raffles City shopping mall has been around for a while - but it finally received halal certification in 2020 ! Known for its amazing array of international seafood, mixed grill and TeppanYaki, it's the perfect place for a special sit-down meal with friends or family. Coupled with an amazing international buffet spread, you can savour anything including seafood on ice, sushi and sashimi, Japanese Teppan and Robatayaki, Western dishes, local delights and even an ice cream bar for dessert! Halal status: Halal-certified Address: 252 North Bridge Rd, Raffles City #B1-44E, Singapore Facebook

12. Window on the Park

Credit: Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre on Facebook Window On The Park is Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre's very own halal hotel buffet restaurant! With a range of local and Asian cuisine, savour mouthwatering favourites like Chinese Rojak, Kueh Pie Tee, Chef's Singapore Laksa and prawn mee. Seafood fans, you'll love their succulent poached prawns and Canadian cold mussels. Complete your meal with their colourful desserts including cakes, kueh and ice cream. Halal status: Halal-certified Address: 11 Cavenagh Rd, Holiday Inn Singapore, Orchard City Centre Level 2, Singapore 229616 Facebook So, are you ready to feast yet? 😋  Let us know if we've missed out on any buffet restaurant that you absolutely love 😉 Looking to dine out? You'll love these too:

Halal buffets that are temporarily closed:

Saltwater Cafe

 While you're in the East, check out this hidden halal buffet that's perfect for a weekday treat or a weekend end indulgence with your loved ones. 
Credit: Sherrill Lee on Facebook With a variety of local and international dishes, Saltwater's highlight is their D-I-Y stations where you can try your hand at making local favourites like rojak and popiah. If you come on the weekends (Fri-Sun) for dinner, head over to their Chill and Grill live barbecue station which offers an array of all-you-can-eat grilled seafood and meat!

Halal Status: Halal-certified Address: Level 1, Village Hotel Changi, 1 Netheravon Road, Singapore 508502 Website | Facebook | Instagram

21 on Rajah

Although 21 on Rajah may not have an impressive spread to rival the likes of other international buffets, they do have a wide selection of seafood on ice (yep, Singaporeans love their seafood!), tapas, local favourites (chicken rice/tom yum noodles), a carving corner and more!
Credit: 21 on Rajah on Facebook Here's where you should go to get your fix of halal Mediterranean cuisine, with their MediterrAsian buffet dinner spreads. Feast on gnocchi, roasted beef rib-eye, braised lamb - and pair them with local favourites including durian mousse, ikan panggang and more! Halal Status: Halal-certified Address: Days Hotel, 1 Jalan Rajah, Singapore 329133 Website | Facebook | Instagram

Katong Kitchen

 It's pretty easy to miss Katong Kitchen amidst all the other more well-located hotel restaurants. But if you plan to explore the more residential parts of Singapore, check out Katong Kitchen for some Peranakan fare! Perakanan Nyonya dishes typically combine Malay and Chinese cuisines and culinary traditions, and Katong Kitchen is one of the few places in Singapore that serves halal versions! 
Credit: @kitchenlanguagesg on Instagram
Rightfully located in the Peranakan neighbourhood, Katong, this restaurant also serves Macanese, Asian, local Chinese and Western fare. You'll be spoilt for choice with Ayam Buah Keluak, daily live stations including Carrot Cake and Oyster Omelette, and even weekend specials including Rendang Oxtail and Prawn Noodles! Halal Status: Halal-certified Address: Level 4, Village Hotel Katong, 25 Marine Parade Road, Singapore 449536 Website | Facebook | Instagram