Daily: 12:00 - 14:30
Daily: 18:00 - 21:30
Despite its name, this buffet restaurant serves not only Japanese cuisine but Western and Asian dishes too. The spread includes all the Japanese standards like sushi, sashimi, tempura and teppanyaki, complemented by dim sum, lobster salad, grilled meats, among others.
I have always been to Sakura whenever I want to have buffet. Over the past few years I think the place is great value and the food though not amazing but it great value.
Yesterday I bring my wife to Sakura after a year not being there. There are some food that is ok, however there are some that is badly done.
Salmon at the western section, after biting it I find it's taste to be very strange and doesn't taste like fish. After leaving the fish on my table for 10 minutes while I chomp on other food, the fish suddenly turns smelly!
The stir fried beef that was cooked on the spot was also cooked to a state with a bit burnt and dry.
The herbal chicken soup comes with a chicken wing + feather!
The other food they have is fine and some was good.
Hope yesterday was just a hiccup for them as they have been bringing great value for buffet to my life. However based on what I experience yesterday, the experience is not good and I have to give the recommendation the way it should be.
Full review: http://www.jacqsowhat.com/2015/11/seafood-in-bucket-sakura-international.html
Ever since it's major revamped for it's YCK outlet, the Clementi Woods branch is the next outlet that promises an indulgent dining experience. Sakura's first-ever Seafood in a Bucket, also one of the first buffet concept to offer this bucket treat. Besides this, there will be new DIY counters such as papaya salad, Thai beef noodles and belgian waffles in this newly revamped outlet. Interesting!
On top of the buffet spread, Seafood in a Bucket is another new concept. It features a medley of seafood ingredients as well as parts of the live boston lobster. It will be available for unlimited servings, so you can eat to your heart’s content. Two dipping sauces —spicy; and garlic herb butter— will accompany the mainstay. I perfer the spicy one, the garlic herb butter is a little too buttery for my liking. Don't forget to get the Bird nest egg tart, one of my favorite item at Sakura's revamped concept. Prices start from $25.80 from adult per pax :)
Full review at www.rachelays.blogspot.com/2015/11/sakura-international-buffet-clementi.html
Sakura has recently launched their first ever Seafood in a Bucket in their buffet concept. This is one of the first buffet concepts to offer this item on the menu. You know how restaurants that specialize in such concepts are so expensive and sometimes you still feel hungry after spending a bomb on it? Well.. at Sakura, the Seafood in a Bucket is available as part of your dining experience in unlimited servings.
Ingredients include corn on a cob, scallops, clams, potato, carrots, octopus, mussels, and live Boston Lobster. It comes with two dipping sauces: spicy saucy and classic garlic herb butter. We wiped the garlic herb butter sauce clean because it was that good and so addictive. The creamy texture and combination of buttery and salty flavours complement well with the seafood. For the spicy saucy, there are 7 or more chilli sauces that go into its concoction but it is not overly spicy and very manageable.
Although their range of food offerings is not as extensive as their Yio Chu Kang's outlet, it is sufficient to keep one's belly satisfied. While there are hits and misses, Sakura International Buffet is one of the more affordable buffets around that offer a wide range of cuisines.
Must try: LIU SHA BAO!!!