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$47/pax

based on 45 reviews
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Jake Wong
 • 31 Aug 2014 2 reviews 0 follower
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It was a local buffet. To be fair I didn't eat a lot of it. But the outstanding dishes were Indian - the spread of curries was simply superb and there were varied types of meat - all very well done and tasty The chinese fungus soup was nice and again I must admit I missed a lot of it - the chicken rice, tanghoon etc. But I was told the touhu telor was disappointing and the popiah was average. But the buffet does not come with beverages. The ambience was good though and the ervice was great
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I spent $64 per person.

Must tries: Briyani

I also recommend this place for:
Boys Night Out, Buffet

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Priyankac
 • 01 Nov 2013 204 reviews 2 followers
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At the regal, Grand Hyatt hotel, Straits Kitchen is taking on Deepavali with panache, offering lunch and dinner specials ($54 and $68 per person, respectively) that include free-flow selected juices, tea tarik and coffee tarik. Mains comprise delicious options such as Bangali machi curry (Bengali-style fish curry) as well as nalli briyani (bone-in mutton Hyderabadi briyani). Not to be missed are of course, the desserts – with kaju roll (Cashew and pistachio roll) and kheer (Indian rice pudding) stealing the show. Available only on 1 and 2 November.
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I spent $68 per person.

Must tries: Bangali machi curry (Bengali-style fish curry), nalli briyani (bone-in mutton Hyderabadi briyani)

I also recommend this place for:
Buffet, Children/Family, Dinner, Lunch

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Celine Asril
 • 18 Oct 2013 264 reviews 9 followers
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Straits Kitchen is a one stop buffet for the best of Singapore Cuisine under one roof - but at five-star prices. This food is halal and you can watch the chefs toss your roti prata or grill you somesatay through the theatre kitchens. All the local favorites make an appearance; Hainanese chicken rice, beef rendang, biryani and desserts like durian ice cream and almond cream. This is a good spot to bring out of town guests – they get to sample a smorgasbord of local fare, in a posh and sanitised environment. For more best buffets reviews, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/52-best-buffets-in-singapore-*gid-fc280400/photos/#5ddf0700
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I spent $65 per person.

Must tries: Satay, beef rendang

I also recommend this place for:
Buffet, Dinner, Lunch
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