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Buffet City

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Buffet City have a wide range of food from different cuisine.

Daily: 11:00 - 14:30

Daily: 17:30 - 21:00

+65 64109084
$27 based on 95 submissions
Buffet (27 votes), Birthdays (23 votes), Business Dining (22 votes)
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Affordable & Wonderful International Buffet

Love the spread so much! Very reasonable price with so much of fresh seafood and others to choose from. Service crews are friendly and attentive. Cosy environment and comfortable music to get along. Clean and efficient in clearing plates. Well done & will come back for more!

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• 28 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Affordable & Wonderful International Buffet

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Love the spread so much! Very reasonable price with so much of fresh seafood and others to choose from. Service crews are friendly and attentive. Cosy environment and comfortable music to get along. Clean and efficient in clearing plates. Well done & will come back for more!
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• 24 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worst Buffet

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One of the worst buffet i went so far.
 Like some reviewer said,they top-up food is slow,To me,seems like they purposely drag slowly so u wont eat so much.
 For example,the hainanese chicken.When we reach there around 1200pm,the chicken already left not much.I stay there for almost 2hrs but they never top-up the chicken at all.
 Another example,the satay.No more satay when i reach there.After more than a hour wait,still no top-up.I have to ask them before they willing to bring out around 20 satays.I still dont know satay need to take so long to prepare.This is just 2 of the examples,so got many to list on.
 I do not know why some reviewer said they are good.to me is horrible.
 I paid around $27.80 for weekend lunch buffet totally not worth at all.To me,$15 still acceptable
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• 03 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

one of the worst buffets ever

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$30.30 for lunch buffet is daylight robbery with the poor quality of food with minimal variety..there's no sashimi to begin with, absolutely awful. it makes you wonder if those 'good' reviews are true. I will never return agai
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