The Hungry Bunny •
06 May 2013
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.