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The Rice Table

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AsianMalay / Indonesian
Address: #02-09/10, International Building, 360 Orchard Road, 238869
Named after the Dutch term rijsttafel, this restaurant serves a buffet spread of tantalising Indonesian fare, with up to 20 items available at dinner. The wait staff will bring you a little of everything and you can ask them to top up those items that you would like more of.

Daily: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 21:00

+65 68353782
$26 based on 25 submissions
Dinner (8 votes), Lunch (8 votes), Buffet (7 votes)

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The rice table is located in town area and provides an extensive menu of Indonesian (if I am not wrong) cuisne. This place is pretty small so you would be wise to make a reservation if you plan to dine here for a meal or some other events. They menu usually includes their standard rice and complimented by a variety of dishes which, while they look quite appealing, is not as tasty as they look. Not that they are bad but I would say that they are rather average. This brings me to the next point of their hefty price which probably does not make this place a value to eat dining area for most Singaporeans (although some of you might beg to differ) Still worth a shot though, if you have not tried before.

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• 30 Jan 2016 • 203 reviews • 0 follower

Indo

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The rice table is located in town area and provides an extensive menu of Indonesian (if I am not wrong) cuisne. This place is pretty small so you would be wise to make a reservation if you plan to dine here for a meal or some other events. They menu usually includes their standard rice and complimented by a variety of dishes which, while they look quite appealing, is not as tasty as they look. Not that they are bad but I would say that they are rather average. This brings me to the next point of their hefty price which probably does not make this place a value to eat dining area for most Singaporeans (although some of you might beg to differ) Still worth a shot though, if you have not tried before.
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• 18 Oct 2013 • 295 reviews • 15 followers

Nasi Padang Buffet

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While trendy at one time, eat-all-you-can Dutch-style rijsttafel (rice meal) can now only be found at the single outlet of The Rice Table. The price is right for 14 dishes at lunch and 20 dishes at dinner, where unlimited small plates of each dish, such as tahu telor (fried tofu) and sambal kangkong are served to your table. We love the chicken dishes, especially the satay, soto, and fried chicken on the dinner menu. Quick service, halal-certified ingredients and a pleasant dining room add to the no-frills experience. For more best buffet reviews, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/52-best-buffets-in-singapore-*gid-fc280400/photos/#4ddf0700
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• 05 Sep 2013 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Overrated

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I'm an indonesian food lover and have often enjoyed my food while in the native land itself. Was excited to learn that there is a nasi padang buffet in Singapore. However the food was only average. The only thing worth mentioning is their beef rendang which is palatable. The rest of the dishes are just so average. Ambience of the place is good as you can dine in peace. Response time and attentiveness of the staff was very slow. Overall, I would not recommend the place. But it would be good to try, just that it is not a place I would go back again.
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