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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 31 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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  • chocolate lava cake with vanilla ice cream3 votes
  • Boston Lobster and Argentine Red Prawn Hokkien Mee2 votes
  • Hiroshima Oyster Omelette2 votes
  • Salmon Sashimi2 votes
  • Unagi2 votes
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• 13 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Overrated, Not worth the price.

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Worst Hokkien Mee & Oyster omelette I have ever eaten. 
Hotpot soup are too salty.
Only Bird’s Nest Egg Tart and Liu Sha Bao are worth eatting.
Paid $78/2 pax for dinner. (Sunday) 
I can eat somewhere cheaper, with nicer food. 
Very disappointed.
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• 01 Mar 2015 • 82 reviews • 4 followers

Around the world in 80 days? Sample food from across the globe in 80 minutes!

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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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  • http://www.littletinysun.com/2015/02/sakura-international-buffet-review.html
• 16 Feb 2015 • 32 reviews • 0 follower

Revamped buffet spread

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For full review http://nkikichua.blogspot.sg/2015/02/sakura-international-buffet-restaurant.html

With Sakura's revamped menu, experience the best of what Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Thailand, the US, France and Singapore have to offer, all at one price, in one place. I recommend to go for their Dinner buffet instead of Lunch, because of certain items are only available during dinner time.

Such as under the Local counter: Boston Lobster & Argentine Red Prawn Hokkien Mee - a new twist on a beloved favourite, Hokkien Mee. Love how the noodles have the wok-infused flavours. Both the lobster and prawn are pretty fresh and succulent, eat till your heart's content.
Whereas for Lunch, it's only Prawn Hokkien Mee.

Other highlight for the Dinner buffet is the Freshly Baked Egg Tart with Bird’s Nest, I'm usually not a egg tart person, and it would be rare if I have more than one serving. Especially the pipping hot ones right out from the oven!
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  • Egg Tart with Bird’s Nest (Dinner Special)

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