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Sakura International Buffet Restaurant (Yio Chu Kang) (樱花)

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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 67548197
$30 based on 34 submissions
Buffet (10 votes), Children/Family (8 votes), Dinner (7 votes)
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Around the world in 80 days? Sample food from across the globe in 80 minutes!

Around the world in 80 days? Sample food from across the globe in 80 minutes! See more at http://www.littletinysun.com/2015/02/sakura-international-buffet-review.html

Since its inception in 2003, Sakura Buffet has been a familiar name to most Singaporeans. Now, their newly-revamped menu boasts over 170 delights from Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Thailand, the US and France. I had the privilege of attending their new menu launch — unfortunately I could not write about it earlier as I was struck down twice with illnesses that took a few weeks of recovery. Definitely could use all your well-wishes. How is the revised buffet concept different? 

We started off with salmon yusheng (S$38.80++ for 6-8 pax) before proceeding to the dining banquet. It's a banquet because the whopping restaurant has a seating capacity of 200!

Read the rest of the review and buffet prices here: http://www.littletinysun.com/2015/02/sakura-international-buffet-review.html

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• 27 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Waste $$ ..wast time ... Total disappointed

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I went there because of their advertisements on king crab and grill prawn.... U know what !!!! Each person get one chip and to hv the grill king crab, you hv to give the chip to chef.. And it took 30 mins to get one small prown .... Total disappointment,. Feeling like being cheated ... Will never ever go there again .......
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• 26 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

not worth! food is cold!

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Went with my 2 friends on a Monday's night at 7plus, the "surprise" they give me was that there is no replenish of the salmon sashimi, as they explanied they have no more salmon. so izzit a buffet concept or izzit while food last concept?
 Nevermind... other food tried was cold, some trays were empty and they did not replenish.
 only food tat can recommend is the lava ice-cream.
 anyway, i will not recommend to anyone.
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• 03 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

An Utter Waste of Money

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First of all, this place is full of flies (both dead and alive). You will also have the pleasure of dinning with other insects.

Next the food food is not good at all. The food is all cold and taste really substandard. in addition the mushroom cream sauce for the pasta tasted sour  The only food that is okay there is the ice cream, which don't have to be prepared by their chefs. 

All  in all, unless you are treating your worst nemesis to dinner,  I would strongly suggest that you stay away from this restaurant. 

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