If you’re looking for all-you-can-eat seafood, you can find an oceanic extravaganza at these hotel buffets.
Sudden craving for crab in all its forms (we love a good chilli crab), fresh fish and shrimp, oysters and lobsters? Turn up at a seafood buffet where you can have it all, and more. Better get your pacing right, there’s something about buffets that make us lose control…
Famed for its Ice Bar, Colony at Ritz Carlton is another destination for seafood-loving foodies. The ice bar spread includes Alaskan king crab, lobster claw, half-shell scallops, flower clams, white clams, poached prawns, and Australian black mussels. The oyster basket section of the buffet offers freshly shucked oysters with a variety of sauces and condiments. Move on to the sushi section, and you’ll find a bounty of sushi and sashimi options with sliced salmon, akami tuna, mekajiki, shima aji, snapper, and amberjack. So many choices!
Colony, 7 Raffles Avenue, The Ritz-Carlton, Singapore 039799
Make Sunday brunch at the Hilton a permanent weekend thing. The buffet spread (from $88++) here includes Maine lobster, yabbies, Alaskan king crab, tiger prawns, half-shell scallops, black mussels, pacific clams, Fine De Claire oysters, and even a complete sashimi and sushi bar. Feeling hungry yet?
Hilton Sunday Brunch, Opus Grill & Bar, Hilton Singapore, 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883
Sustainable seafood? You got it! On Tuesday nights, Rise devotes their buffet to an all Indulge in some of the finest selection of seafood carefully and consciously sourced from around the region. Think freshly shucked oysters, succulent crabs, juicy prawns, mussels, scallops, and sashimi. Bingeing on sustainable seafood – we’re making reservations now.
Rise, 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956
The multi-concept dining destination at the Grand Hyatt prides itself on serving food that is “thoughtfully sources and carefully served”, especially when it comes to their seafood! Served is from sustainable sources that have been certified by agencies like the Marine Stewardship Council and Friends of The Sea, it is a rather reassuring touch when you think of all the oysters and lobsters consumed by Sunday brunchers.
mezza9, 10 Scotts Road, Grand Hyatt Hotel, Singapore 228211
Top marks all around for the wide range of food from local to authentic Indian cuisine but a star highlight of the whole experience? The acclaimed (and most popular stop at the buffet) fresh seafood station and the section dedicated to sashimi and sushi. So rock up to Melt Cafe with your baggiest pants, make sure you save some space for desserts and indulge in the biggest feast ever.
Melt Cafe, Mandarin Oriental, 5 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039797
the kitchen table
From Fridays to Sundays, W Singapore Sentosa Cove’s the kitchen table brings you Seafood from the Heart ($88) – a buffet showcase of modern sustainable seafood dishes. Expect classics like chilli crab and oysters, as well as a tandoori lobster dish. While not a buffet, the kitchen table also offers a Crabby Saturdays a la carte menu with dishes starting from $14++.
the kitchen table, 21 Ocean Way Sentosa, W Singapore Sentosa Cove, Singapore 098374
Edge’s revitalised [email protected] dinner buffet ($88) on Wednesdays and Thursdays features an unforgettable spread of Chef de Cuisine Ken Zheng’s exquisitely crafted international delicacies. Go for the knife-shaved raw seafood bar featuring dishes like prawn tartare, white snapper, diver scallops, and even a truffle edamame shooter.
Edge, 7 Raffles Boulevard, The Pan Pacific Singapore, Singapore 039595
Crazy for crab? Make a beeline for Spice Brasserie’s Crab and Seafood Buffet Dinner ($65) from Thursdays to Sundays. This crab-centric feast features timeless favourites like chilli crab and black pepper crab – but that’s just scratching the surface. You’ll also find unconventional dishes like cheesy crab cake, rock salt baked crab, stir fried crab with jalapeno, and the signature slow-braised pumpkin crab in claypot.
Spice Brasserie, PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road, 181 Kitchener Road, Singapore 208533