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We ate our way through this big buffet by Chef Wan to bring you our verdict
28 February 2013 5:12 PM | Updated 01 Mar 2013
By Faz Abdul Gaffa
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Helmed by Malaysian celebrity chef, Chef Wan, 1 Market (Tel: 63419159 | Opening hours: Daily 11.30am–2.30pm, 6–10pm) at Plaza Singapura almost needs no introduction with the hype around it since its opening in November 2012. On a daily basis, makcik (Malay aunty) fangirls of Chef Wan’s queue up for a dining spot in the 450-seater halal buffet restaurant.
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We had been warned by friends that it has been close to impossible to get a reservation, so we tried calling several days in advance. True enough, the line was either busy or left unanswered. Luckily, someone picked up just before lunch hour, and slots for dinner were still available. Tip: Call (Tel: 63419159) well in advance, or go really early if you are a walk-in.
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