What is a lunch buffet? Well, a buffet is a meal consisting of several dishes from which guests serve themselves. Several hotels and restaurants have buffets for their guests and many people prefer them for some reason. If you are in Singapore and you are into Halal food and you are also into buffets, you should not worry because we have Halal buffets in Singapore. In this article, we are going to tell you about them and about buffet etiquettes too which we also need.
But first, let us introduce one of the most unique halal dining experiences in Singapore. At Bay Hotel Singapore, Indonesian food with a modern twist is served as a lunch buffet. You can enjoy your Bay hotel halal lunch buffet while admiring Sentosa island that is in the vicinity. If you love Indonesian food, you should not miss this out. Check their site out for more details.
10 Halal Buffets In Singapore To Suit & Satisfy Every Palate
Buffet lines are where Singaporeans’ talent at queuing is put to use the best, in my opinion. We strategise which stations to hit first, which dishes need to take up more space on our plate, and how best to delegate each friend to a station so that everyone at the table gets to sample every single item on the buffet line.
Well, as they say, the more the merrier, and with these 10 halal buffet suggestions, your friends can add to the belly count and help you out in your conquest to sample all the stations!
- Straits Kitchen
Famously known for its swanky set-up and celebrating the best of local offerings, Straits Kitchen’s live theatre stations are specialised in varying cuisines, ranging from Indian to Chinese to Malay to Peranakan.
Be sure to come with an empty stomach because you’ll want to dig into every bowl of Laksa, every plate of Popiah and every serving of Hainanese Chicken Rice. Witness the chefs prepare the Asian delights right before you, and have a culinary feast like no other!
Prices: (Lunch) $55 for adults, $29 for children below 12, (Dinner) $65 for adults, $36 for children below 12 Read more here.
Pieces of information about these restaurants include the cuisine they offer, the prices which vary during breakfast, lunch dinner, and even in age, their address, contact information, operating hours, and official website. Now, if you are someone who is watching your budget, you can still avail buffets with these nine Halal-certified buffets in Singapore to suit all budgets. Nellie Tan is going to tell us about it.
9 Halal-certified Buffets in Singapore to Suit All Budgets!
Pay a fixed amount and eat all you can? Count me in, please! In our buffet-crazy country, you can find a vast array of buffet selections to suit all preferences and budgets. If you’re looking to dine with your Muslim friends or planning a company retreat with Muslim colleagues, look no further! This list will definitely come in handy for you. We have consolidated 9 halal-certified buffets and classified them according to their price tags to suit different budgets, ranging from the very affordable ones (as low as $18++) to more luxurious ones (above $83++).
So, are you ready for an eye-feast? Let’s begin!
- Kublai Khan Mongolian BBQ
Possibly the only Halal Mongolian BBQ buffet restaurant in Singapore, Kublai Khan Mongolian BBQ is nestled in The Central at Clarke Quay. The restaurant is very spacious, with a high ceiling and an excellent view of the Singapore River and the shop houses in Clarke Quay. Read more here.
Each restaurant has information on what they serve, their prices, availability, address, contact information, and their website. The prices also vary just like the restaurants on the first article we read. Next thing that we’re going to talk about is buffet etiquette which we really have to take in consideration. DEBBY MAYNE will help us regarding this matter.
Do you ever wonder about the proper etiquette at a buffet? Whether you’re setting one up or helping yourself to the bounty of food, it’s important to know the correct way to serve yourself.
Buffet dining has become very popular in restaurants and at private dinner parties. It’s a way to take as little or as much food as you want, and you’re able to sample a wide variety of dishes.
Most people enjoy a good buffet, but some people’s rude and sometimes disgusting behavior near the food can make it a less than desirable experience.
Casual dining by its very nature seems to invite people to do things they wouldn’t appreciate others doing. You need to learn and follow proper etiquette guidelines to prevent grossing others out and ruining their experience. Read more here.
Those etiquettes are really something that we have to keep in mind. There are tip for dining out at a buffet restaurant, for hosting a buffet, and for buffet guests. Apple those tips to keep things clean, organized and proper. What we provided above are buffet restaurants but all buffet etiquette tips actually apply to everything. So if ever you are planning to a buffet restaurant in town, you now know what to do and what not to do.