Published On: February 4, 2024- Last Updated: February 18, 2024- 7 min read-

Feast Your Senses: Singapore’s Best Value Buffets Unveiled

Indulge your taste buds with a journey through the best value buffets in Singapore! From multi-sensory experiences featuring diverse spreads and BBQ grills to affordable prata buffets available 24/7, there’s something for every palate.

Discover all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ and hotpot delights, relish an Indian vegetarian buffet with a ‘Pay as you Wish’ concept, savor Taiwan Porridge alongside local comfort food, and explore local, Asian, and international cuisine with city views.

Whether you’re a fan of Thai-style grilling or a student seeking budget-friendly KBBQ and hot pot options, this list has you covered. Discover the array of culinary treasures and unique buffet choices that dot Singapore’s food culture!

Overeat SG

Overeat Singapore

Source: Overeat SG via Facebook

Tantalize every sense with Overeat SG’s modern multi-sensory buffet celebrating premium cuts like wagyu striploin and black pepper ribeye. Alongside grilled-to-order meats, tender chicken katsu and crispy shrimp, you’ll discover oysters, scallops and endless fresh sashimi. For just $3.90 more, pair these interactive DIY hot pot offerings and cooked bites with unlimited drinks.

With an eclectic seafood and BBQ selection in a chic open kitchen setting, Overeat’s contemporary space matches elevated flavors for an unforgettable experience.

Instagram: Overeat
Address: 5 Straits View #02-04, Marina One West Tower
Tel: 8876 0098
Email: or click Reservations
Buffet Timings: Lunch – 12pm to 2.30pm, Dinner – 5.30pm to 10pm

Al Jasra Restaurant

Al Jasra’s 24/7 prata experience goes beyond satisfying hunger – it’s an adventure for the senses. At wallet-friendly rates, discover 16 flavors – from classics like egg and onion to inventive ikang bilis.

Al Jasra Restaurant

Source: Al Jasra Restaurant

End your culinary journey on a sweet note with dessert picks like chocolate before the place’s retro charm beckons your return, whatever hour the craving strikes. Just be sure to order mindfully and avoid unfinished plates that incur minor fees, part of efforts to encourage sharing over waste for this Halal hotspot.

Al Jasra Restaurant: Facebook
Address: 459 Changi Road (off Jalan Masjid) 419882
Tel: 6742 5786

OPPA Sha-Shabu

Oppa Sha Shabu

Source: Oppa Sha-Shabu & BBQ via Instagram

OPPA Sha-Shabu is an all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ and hotpot buffet. For just $16, diners can grill meat varieties like pork belly and beef bulgogi and pair them with banchan selections, japchae noodles, kimbap and soups. Free flow non-alcoholic beverages are included.

If you haven’t had Korean BBQ or shabu-shabu before, this would be a great place to start. But be careful—you may just walk away with a new addiction! We’ve covered all the delicious details in our comprehensive article on OPPA Sha-Shabu, so be sure to check it out!

OPPA Sha-Shabu: Facebook and Instagram
Address: 1 Selegie Road, GR.iD #01-18, Singapore 188306
Tel: 9668 5841
Buffet Timings: 11.30am – 10pm daily


Annalakshmi has a ‘Pay as you Wish’ model allowing diners to pay what they want for the Indian vegetarian buffet. Established in 1986 and run mostly by volunteers, Annalakshmi’s concept of “Eat as you Want, Give as you Feel” aims to spread generosity and kindness through classic South and North Indian comfort foods such as dahl, crispy dosas, and chapatis.

Rather than a traditional buffet format, diners here can eat what they want and however much they desire, then pay whatever they can afford in order to spread goodwill.

AnandlaxmiSource: Annalakshmi

Website: Annalakshmi
Location: 6A Shenton Way, #01-03, 068809
Tel: 6339 9993
Buffet Timings: Tuesday – Sunday, Closed Mondays
Lunch: 11.30am – 3pm, Dinner: 6pm – 9pm

Crystal Café

This retro eatery is a wallet-friendly wonderland for comfort food cravings with its signature Taiwan Porridge buffet and à la carte menu. Alongside the regional porridge spread stocked with specialties like burgers, fried rice and steaks, an additional breakfast buffet offers morning fuel-ups.

Whether the $16 weekday or $18 weekend Taiwan buffet or daily AM option, all menus channel old-school Taiwanese soul food vibes perfectly suited for the 90-minute dining limit. From stew to stew, it’s a journey through homestyle classics.

Website: Crystal Cafe
Location: Orchard Grand Court, 131 Killiney Rd, Singapore 239571
Tel: 6830 2020
Buffet Timings: Breakfast from 6am – 10.30am, Lunch: 12.00pm – 2.30pm (Weekday)/ 12.00pm – 4.00pm (Weekend and PH), Dinner: 5.30pm – 9pm


This sleek Orchard eatery brings diners a globe-spanning buffet. From seafood grill stations to Cumberland sausages, smoked turkey, garlic-crusted lamb and more, Makan@Jen’s fare starts at $58++ per adult. With sublime international food and a classy yet welcoming environment, it makes for a jolly backdrop to fill up on flavors from around the world.


Source: Hotel Jen via Instagram

Their year-round buffet line-up also ranges from Asia’s greatest hits to western comforts, dished up while you take in city views. You can see what the full menu has to offer here.

Website: Makan@Jen
Location: 277 Orchard Rd, Level 10 JEN Singapore Orchard Gateway by Shangri-La, 238858
Tel: 6708 8899
Buffet Timings: Breakfast: 7:00am – 10:30am (Mon-Fri), 7:00am – 11:00am (Sat, Sun, PH),
Lunch: 12:00pm – 2:30pm (Mon-Fri), 12:30pm – 3:00pm (Sat, Sun, PH), Dinner: 6:30pm – 9:30pm (Daily)

Super Thai Mookata

This wallet-friendly Mookata spot lets you sizzle up affordable barbecue feats across a 50-item buffet. For just $16.80, DIY your dinner with over marinated meats like lemongrass pork alongside fish balls, crab sticks and free-flow Thai tea.

Super Thai Mookata

Source: Super Thai Mookata

Upgrade to the $26.80 premium selection for Aus beef, snowflake beef, oysters and salmon. Weekends cost slightly more but kids eat for half price. With quantity and quality, Super Thai Mookata promises the full mookata experience without breaking the bank or your belt.

Website: Super Thai Mookata
114 Lavender Street, 2, #01-68 CT HUB, 338729
9321 1087
Buffet Timings:
12pm – 10pm daily

Pot Addiction

Pot Addiction brings the DIY spirit to hotpot and Korean BBQ, with buffet prices friendly for students and big appetites. Craft your own flavour bomb from over 80 items and 7 signature soup bases – combining meats like bulgogi, ribeye and pork belly with veggie picks and seafood.

Pot Addiction

Source: Pot Addiction

Students under 16 pay only $10.90 for garlic or honey butter fried chicken alongside buffet extras like pancakes and fries, best washed down with a bubbly Coke float. With quality meats and customized broths, this self-serve spot makes student budget buffets an art form. Check their website out for premium tiers and promotions too!

Website: Pot Addiction
Address: 30 Sembawang Dr, #02-14 Sun Plaza, 757713
Tel: 6592 2929
Buffet Timings: 11.30am – 10.30pm daily, till 11.30pm Fridays, Saturdays and Public Holidays

Dookki Singapore

This Korean buffet spot plates up customized rice cake bowls stuffed with your choice of 22 mains and 7 crispy toppings – all for just $20.80 per 90 minute seating. Craft a new flavor medley every round with recurring options like kimchi fried rice, chicken meat cubes plus corn and seaweed sides.

Wash it down with free peach juice, Coke or iced tea and end on a sweet note with unlimited ice cream. With creative freedom to DIY your Korean comfort food feast, a budget never tasted so good.


Source: Dookki Singapore via Facebook

Website: Dookki Singapore
Address: Suntec City East Wing, 3 Temasek Blvd, #B1-107, Singapore 038984
Tel: 6266 2425
Buffet Timings: 11.30am – 10pm daily, till 10.30pm Fridays & Saturdays

Princess Terrace

Take an authentic taste bud journey to the streets of Penang at Princess Terrace’s signature Peranakan buffet. Across an extensive buffet spread, iconic Nonya delights like Penang Hokkien Mee and Crispy Belacan Chicken Wings celebrate the island’s cultural fusion at wallet-friendly rates ($60++ to $88++ per pax).

Princess Terrace

Source: Eatigo

The array of tongue-tingling dishes immerses you in the spirit of Penang, from start to sweet finish.

Each lovingly-prepared recipe packs generations of tradition into familiar favourites and fusion flavours. Build your own adventure amongst Penang specialties infused with Chinese, Malay and Thai influences.

Website: Princess Terrance
Address: 403 Havelock Rd, #1F Copthorne Kings Hotel, Singapore 169632
Tel: 6733 0011
Buffet Timings: 11.30am – 10pm daily, till 10.30pm Fridays & Saturdays

So as we kick off the New Year with open arms and empty stomachs, Singapore sets the stage for another year of spectacular buffets. From time-honoured local flavors to international delicacies, wallet-friendly comfort foods and lavish high-end spreads, there’s no shortage of choices for any craving or budget.

Hungry for the scoop on the establishments putting Singapore’s culinary creativity on the map in 2024 and beyond? Be sure to explore Singapore’s Culinary Excellence: 12 Restaurants Among the World’s Best for 2024.

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