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Kuishin Bo (Suntec City Mall)

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Kuishin Bo is a Japanese buffet restaurant with a difference, this lively dining destination offers not only a wide spread of the usual Japanese dishes but also has daily special food surprises so that regular diners can always try something new.

Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 17:30 - 22:00

Last round at 14:30
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+65 68846884
+65 63419200
$42 based on 56 submissions
Buffet (17 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (17 votes), Dinner (16 votes)
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Big meal for a reasonable price.

Kuishin Bo has reopened at Suntec City on level 3. We tried the express lunch buffet which is $24.90 ++ per head and must be completed within one hour. The selection was quite good and varied however some of the dishes didn't seem fresh (e.g. Chawamushi was cold, pork tonkotsu was cold, and the salmon sashimi looked tired). Highlights were the tuna sashimi, the tempura, and the grilled beef and chicken. They also have a chocolate fondue fountain which may appeal to the chocolate lovers out there. At the price, given that it also includes drinks (soft drinks, coffee, and a large selection of teas), we found it to be a very good deal. Service is very good from start to finish. and the restaurant itself is quite nice and comfortable. 
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• 23 Jun 2015 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Big meal for a reasonable price.

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Kuishin Bo has reopened at Suntec City on level 3. We tried the express lunch buffet which is $24.90 ++ per head and must be completed within one hour. The selection was quite good and varied however some of the dishes didn't seem fresh (e.g. Chawamushi was cold, pork tonkotsu was cold, and the salmon sashimi looked tired). Highlights were the tuna sashimi, the tempura, and the grilled beef and chicken. They also have a chocolate fondue fountain which may appeal to the chocolate lovers out there. At the price, given that it also includes drinks (soft drinks, coffee, and a large selection of teas), we found it to be a very good deal. Service is very good from start to finish. and the restaurant itself is quite nice and comfortable. 
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• 15 Dec 2012 • 66 reviews • 20 followers

No way am i going back

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Food was average, definitely not worth the price. 
Dessert's quality has deteriorated too much. 
Sashimi hastily prepared. 
Everything else too average. 
I will never go back again 

Just like how this post is done. With no effort. 

Read more about my review on my blog. 

http://chiamhuiy.blogspot.sg/2012/12/kuishin-bo-review.html


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• 28 May 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Over-Rated Japanese Buffet

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The Kuishin Bo buffet at Suntec is over-rated.

Sashimi was limited to salmon, tuna and some other fish. For seafood, only prawns, Alaskan crab legs and mussels were available. The number of dishes is not as widespread as stated on the website.

The quality is only mediocre. As about the most expensive Japanese buffet in town, there is no value for money. There are better Japanese Ala-carte buffet available for that price.

 

Definitely not recommended and not worth visiting again!

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