I love seafood, so I’m always on the lookout for a great seafood buffet. In my books, any restaurant that has a wide range of fresh seafood for me to choose from under $100 is a place worth checking out.
Here are 10 restaurants that you can consider the next time you feel the craving for seafood!
With really fresh seafood, this is the place to be if you’re around town. Alaskan King Crab legs, mussels, clams, prawns, Boston lobsters and more for $88++ for dinner on weekdays?
Since Triple Three is a Japanese-inspired buffet, don’t leave without trying their wide variety of sashimi, including yellowtail and swordfish. Head down on Friday and Saturday to enjoy their Weekend Lobster Night, which offers free-flow lobster mentaiyaki!
Triple Three: 333 Orchard Road , Mandarin Orchard Level 5, Singapore 238867 | Tel: 6737 4411 | Website
I love The Line, the seafood is fresh and even though the variety is a little limited, the scallop sashimi is melt-in-your-mouth delicious. The oysters are also freshly shucked right in front of you, so you can be assured that you’ll be getting good quality oysters.
The best part? If you make a reservation through their website, you’ll get a 15% discount. That brings their Marine Harvest-themed buffets on Tuesdays and Thursdays down from $108 to $91, and you get a selection of unlimited wines, beer, soft drinks and juices!
The Line (Shangri-La Hotel): 22 Orange Grove Road, Lower Lobby, Tower Wing, Singapore 258350 | Tel: +65 62134275 | Website
Most of us will have heard of Todai before, with their offering of unlimited Alaska King Crab legs in addition to other delicious seafood items like the fresh and briny oysters. If you’re craving more than seafood, Todai’s wide range of cuisines will suit you. From Japanese to Italian, there’s something here for everyone.
The sashimi offerings here are also generous, with thick slices of salmon and tuna that are cut up on the spot upon ordering. At $58++ for weekday dinners, this is one of the more affordable buffets around, plus you get to walk around Marina Bay Sands after.
Todai: #B2-01/01A, 2 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972 | Tel: +65 66887771 | Website
Colony is a restaurant with the concept of a buffet centred around live stations where your food will be prepared freshly in front of you. The Ice Bar is where the seafood and crustaceans are, along with cold cuts and cheeses.
King crabs, prawns, oysters, scallops and more, what else could you wish for? At $78++ for dinner on Sundays to Thursdays, this is one place you’ll want to bring a date to.
Colony: 7 Raffles Avenue, The Ritz-Carlton, Singapore 039799 | Tel: +65 64345288 | Website
If you’re after a buffet with a view, check out Seasonal Tastes located on the 32nd floor of The Westin Singapore. Go on Fridays for Seafood Night and enjoy the fresh and varied seafood while looking out at Singapore’s skyline.
Boston lobsters, snow crabs and mud crabs, Canadian oysters make up just a small part of what Seasonal Tastes has to offer. If you prefer your seafood cooked, you can pick out some seafood and request for the chef to grill it on the spot for you.
Seasonal Tastes: Level 32, The Westin Hotel Singapore, Asia Square Tower 2, 12 Marina Square View Singapore 018961 | Tel: +65 69226968 | Website
Head to Edge at Pan Pacific Hotel on Wednesdays and Thursdays to partake in their seafood-themed buffet, Hooked at Edge. There, you’ll find a variety of cold and cooked seafood including Maine lobster, fish head curry and salted egg crab.
If you want more than just seafood, check out the new Surf & Turf buffet that Edge is offering every Tuesday night. Pairing crustaceans like Alaskan King Crabs with delectable meats like wagyu rump, $78++ is a steal.
Edge at Pan Pacific Hotel: 7 Raffles Blvd, Marina Square, Pan Pacific Hotel Level 3, Singapore 039595 | Tel: 6826 8240 | Website
At The Kitchen Table, you can enjoy sustainably caught seafood every Friday to Sunday with Seafood From The Heart.
With a wide selection of seafood, the hot dishes here are cooked with rich Asian spices to create items such as lobster tail tandoori and a Sri Lankan interpretation of the French bouillabaisse. At $88++, you’ll get both a delicious dinner and the beautiful sight of the Sentosa Cove marina. That’s a pretty good deal!
The Kitchen Table: 21 Ocean Way, W Hotel, Singapore 098374, | Tel: 6808 7268 | Website
Head to Rise on Tuesdays for their Seafood Nights, and plenty of fresh seafood. What caught my eye for Rise was the promise of a Whole Poached Salmon on the buffet line, and their plump juicy oysters along with plenty of hot seafood dishes like Lobster Thermidor.
At $72++, this is another restaurant that has something for everyone. Hurry down before Rise closes for renovations on 11 May 2017!
Rise: Tower 1, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore | Tel: +65 66885525 | Website
Another seafood-themed dinner buffet, but this time, one with live stations where you can watch the chef cook your crustaceans right in front of you. Plaza Brasserie’s Treasures of The Sea‘s hot dishes are mostly Asian style, with fish head curry and steamed fish.
Of course, there’s also the cold stations where the seafood is piled onto ice, just waiting for you to fill your plate with them. The salmon sashimi is particularly notable, with a good amount of fat resulting in a melt-in-your-mouth texture.
Plaza Brasserie: 7500 Beach Road, PARKROYAL level 1, Singapore 199591 | Tel: +65 65055710 | Website
Do you remember Lobsterfest? If you do, you’ll be well acquainted with Lime.
As for their regular buffet, although lunch is a bit limited with only prawns, oysters and salmon sashimi, dinner service has a wider variety. And if you’re a chilli crab fan, this is the place to be, with the sweet and spicy sauce and meaty crabs.
Lime: 3 Upper Pickering Street, PARKROYAL on Pickering, Singapore 058289 | Tel: +65 68098899 | Website
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