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Buffet Town (Raffles City)

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Address: #B1-44E, Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Road, 179103

This 450 seater buffet restaurant houses more than 300 food items from international and local fare. Savour in unlimited servings of succulent seafood, sashimi, local cuisine, mixed grills, pastas and Japanese robatayaki at a wallet-friendly price.

Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 68373793
$38 based on 73 submissions
Buffet (17 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (13 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (10 votes)

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Buffet town offers a wide variety of seafood for buffet which is one of the thing that attracts me to eat eat buffet at buffet town. One of the hot selling point are the fresh oysters which they are refilling on a very fast basis. All their food tasted okay for me which did not fall below expectations. A great place to bring your family along to have a nice buffet with lots of food and everyone can enjoy a good family dining experience together. I would recommend this place as a dining place for family people.

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• 25 Jan 2016 • 121 reviews • 2 followers

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Buffet town offers a wide variety of seafood for buffet which is one of the thing that attracts me to eat eat buffet at buffet town. One of the hot selling point are the fresh oysters which they are refilling on a very fast basis. All their food tasted okay for me which did not fall below expectations. A great place to bring your family along to have a nice buffet with lots of food and everyone can enjoy a good family dining experience together. I would recommend this place as a dining place for family people.
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• 05 Aug 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Bad food

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Came here on a Wednesday evening to have dinner after seeing long queues at Sushi Tei.

Spread looked good at first.

But in summary, the food was not fresh and not tasty. 

First, the good points. The cold steamed prawns were fresh and crunchy. Salmon sashimi was ok as well, though a little bit chewy. Laksa was decent. 

Moving on.

The oysters were not fresh and looked cloudy with lots of particulates in them. Scallop was bad too (heard neigjbouring table said that so didnt try). Tempura was not crisp and the outer deep fried surface was very hard. 

Chilly crab seemed like they were boiled before adding on the chilly paste. We noticed that when we cracked open the shell, water was flowing out. The sauce was bland too. 

Lastly the ice cream (tried mango and yuzu) tasted like frozen sugar syrup.

Spent about 87 for 2 pax including taxes.

Felt it was a place which tries to offer some variety but falls short of meeting good quality.

If you have a choice, don't bother coming!
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• 12 Jul 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worst buffet in town

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Lots of food variety but none taste what it should be. Food is either too dry or cold or saltish. It is the shortest buffet time I had with my family and definitely my family and me shall never or recommend to friends to visit. The main problems are with the many chefs whom need supervision and close watch. My rating is zero.
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