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Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant

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Established since 1985, relish the best in Indonesian cuisine over a delectable buffet spread as well as a savoury a la carte menu at Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant.The chefs turn up the heat and present diverse offerings with traditional and fusion Indonesian cuisine.

Daily: 18:30 - 22:00

+65 67396463
$29 based on 22 submissions
Dinner (5 votes), Buffet (4 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (4 votes)
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Above average buffet

See http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2013/05/kintamani-indonesian-restaurant.html for the full review.

Kintamani is one of the longest standing Indonesian restaurants in Singapore. The restaurant's wrinkled, dated facade is a testament to its origins back in the 80's. I don't think it's been renovated since the disco era.  The food here is like what you'd get at your nenek's (read: Malay for grandmother) home for Sunday dinners. Nothing too fancy, just good old familiar comforting favourites.

Kintamani offers a buffet spread or ala carte dining. The buffet usually costs $45 per pax but if you have a UOB credit card, the buffet morphs into a much more value-for-money meal at only $30 per person. The buffet isn't very extensive but what they lack in variety, they make up for it in above-average quality. There are about 6 hot food stations, a dessert corner with Malay kuehs and ice-cream, a salad, gado-gado, and soto ayam soup station and a make-your-own-noodle station as well. All relatively decent.

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• 05 Jun 2014 • 11 reviews • 0 follower

so-so food quality

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If it's not for a 1 for 1 promotion, this buffet is not worth it. The varieties are little, and the quality is mediocre. Only the satay is considered nicer. Go if u only mainly enjoy satay. The durian pengat has really changed... Or rather deteriorated in quality. It seems floury and the durian taste is hardly there and the texture is yuck. Restaurant promised complimentary parking but my request was declined later on arrival. After I had explained that I was promised on the phone, then did the staff reluctantly allowed me 2 coupons. Honestly, am ok if no provision, just do not promise if can't deliver. The table arrangement was good though, we had a good time interacting with one another given the space.
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• 20 May 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Like asking for free satay

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The satay was like asking for free. Extremely little when topped up. Had to wait an hour before topup. I dont like buffets that ration till as though I didnt pay for it.

Only the ambience was v good. Food was average but the bbq chicken was quite good. Top up was slow. Noisy crowd.
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• 06 May 2013 • 578 reviews • 20 followers

Above average buffet

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See http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2013/05/kintamani-indonesian-restaurant.html for the full review.

Kintamani is one of the longest standing Indonesian restaurants in Singapore. The restaurant's wrinkled, dated facade is a testament to its origins back in the 80's. I don't think it's been renovated since the disco era.  The food here is like what you'd get at your nenek's (read: Malay for grandmother) home for Sunday dinners. Nothing too fancy, just good old familiar comforting favourites.

Kintamani offers a buffet spread or ala carte dining. The buffet usually costs $45 per pax but if you have a UOB credit card, the buffet morphs into a much more value-for-money meal at only $30 per person. The buffet isn't very extensive but what they lack in variety, they make up for it in above-average quality. There are about 6 hot food stations, a dessert corner with Malay kuehs and ice-cream, a salad, gado-gado, and soto ayam soup station and a make-your-own-noodle station as well. All relatively decent.
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