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(Closed) Sakura International Buffet Restaurant (Jurong West)

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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.

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 21:30

+65 68998197
$24 based on 21 submissions
Buffet (5 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (4 votes), Lunch (3 votes)
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Sakura Jurong West is Closed.

Jurong West is closed. Transferred to Jurong SAFRA. I miss this place. Used to be one of the top rated Sakura International Buffet Restaurant.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Chicken wing1 vote
  • duck1 vote
  • grilled lamb chop1 vote
  • hainanese chicken1 vote
  • laksa1 vote
  • soup1 vote
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• 20 Dec 2012 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Sakura Jurong West is Closed.

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Jurong West is closed. Transferred to Jurong SAFRA. I miss this place. Used to be one of the top rated Sakura International Buffet Restaurant.
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• 29 Apr 2011 • 77 reviews • 3 followers

29 April 2011 Lunch

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Ambience: Decent. Nothing out of the norm. Nice view of the swimming pool though.

 

Food: Not that badly done. It is just that it is not that tasty either. I would say a typical lower-end buffet spread. They do offer you hainanese chicken and duck. But neither are that well done, though it is more unusual, I suppose. I like the chicken wings. Got a nice taste to it that I can't do myself. The soup is ok too. Not great, but it is nice for someone to prepare it for you. Yam and sweet corn ice cream are nice too.

 

Value: So so. Can lah.

 

Service: None since this is a self-serve buffet. They will clear the plates every so often, not too often and not too infrequent.

 

Overall: Can consider when they offer promotions. I went for $12+. But at full price? Nah.

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• 18 Jan 2011 • 230 reviews • 0 follower

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Its a good outlet of sakura as it is very off-center and hence has much lesser crowd. reserving of seats might not be necessary on the weekdays and maybe even weekends.

There's quite a good variety of food available for choice from japanese style to chinese to western desserts. I especially like their black chicken herbal soup, fresh prawns and durian puffs. Oh, their yogurt puddings are also very delightful. But generally i think that sakura is slightly overrated and overpriced.
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