The much talked about Japanese buffet restaurant in Orchard Central offers a whopping spread of more than 200 items, including sashimi, Sri Lankan blue swimmer crabs, ribeye steak, grilled salmon belly, teppanyaki, tempura, sukiyaki, shabu shabu and a good choice of desserts.
Daily: 11:30 - 15:00
Daily: 18:00 - 22:30
$40 based on 94 submissions
Buffet (25 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (20 votes), Children/Family (15 votes)
I attempted to make a reservation online and the website indicated that I would receive a confirmation email/sms union confirming the reservation. However, I did not receive anything from Kiseki and thus called them to make another reservation, thinking perhaps it didn't get through. When I called, the person sounded rather hostile and claimed that he did send me a email. That was not true. WAS looking forward to my dinner there but after encountering the poor attitude from the staff, I'm not so sure. Service attitude can definitely improve.
Firstly, I came here for lunch on weekdays so its cheaper.
If you're a student who wants decent buffet without paying over $25 or adults who just want to have quantity or quality, this is the place for you.
- Food: Generally simple(eg.prawns, salmon, basic japanese finger food) nothing worth raving about. Salmon was too think though.
- Drinks: For me, the choice was more than enough so it's good. (around 8 choices or more)
- Ambience: Depends on where you are seated, I was seated nearby the entrance so it wasn't very pleasant. but there are a few seats inside that seemed rather cosy. Certain walkways are a little too squeezy though.
service: Generally bad. took about 10 mins to refill when it (salmon) was empty for 15 mins. They were too busy to clear tables.
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