Located in 313@Somerset on Orchard Road, Tarafuku Japanese Buffet Restaurant serves various Japanese food such as Sushi, Sashimi, Tonkatsu, grilled items, Ramen and popular range of desserts from Tampopo Deli.
Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 15:00
Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 22:00
$23 based on 34 submissions
Buffet (10 votes), Lunch (10 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (8 votes)
I used to frequent this place alot (once a month?) since school is nearby and price + spread is reasonable. Despite the gradual increase in price every now and then, I still continue to frequent them till they get REALLY crowded after more people get to know them, spread becoming smaller and their snail speed of replenishing the food turn me off so bad that I decided to boycott them for almost a year!
Bf decided to check out this place again and found huge improvement to the place! Better service staff and more varieties of food, even better than my first visit! The huge crowd is still present but the staff are more capable of handling them. We learnt that there was a change in management and the manager told us to give this place another try. We didnt regret it! Their food is also tastier than before though I'm not sure whether they use (alot of) MSG but I just love to drink the soup for shabu shabu! As with all buffets, there are some items which are not that fantastic, but for the price and the effort they put in to improve, I believe this is an awesome place! :D
Some of the items that we LOVE:
Kaijiki and salmon sashimi
Soft shell crab
Beef shabu shabu (fresh prawns too!)
Things that can be improve:
Soup of the day (imitation shark fin soup that is too starchy and tasteless)
Beef steak (the auntie doesnt seems to know how to cook steak)
Strawberry and yuzu sobert (they just tasted really weird to me)
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