16 halal buffets in Singapore where you can feast on mookata, fresh seafood & more

by Natalie Lim and Christabel Tan

There’s no doubt that Singapore is filled with pretty cafes and hipster coffee spots. But sometimes, “IG-worthy” just doesn’t cut it and you’d prefer stuffing yourself silly at a buffet. However, halal-certified buffets are hard to find, so we’ve compiled a list of halal buffets in Singapore to make things easier for you.

1. Sedap Thai

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The majority of mookata places aren’t halal-certified as they use pork lard in their cooking process. But over at Sedap Thai, beef fat is used instead, so you can happily round up your Muslim friends for a mookata sesh.

You can order ala carte items from the menu, but the Standard Platter (S$22 for two pax) is the most affordable and popular choice.

It comes with a vegetable basket with cabbage, golden mushrooms, kang kong, and tang hoon, as well as seafood and marinated meats like garlic chicken and black pepper beef. Otherwise, go for the All-You-Can-Eat Buffet (S$22/pax excluding seafood items) and eat your fill without breaking the bank.

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📍166 Jalan Besar, #01-08, Berseh Food Centre, Singapore 208877
🕑 4.30pm–9.30pm (Mon to Sat), Closed on Sun

2. Ginger Restaurant

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Ginger Restaurant along PARKROYAL Beach Road is best known for their sumptuous halal buffet spread featuring an array of seafood, live carving stations, and selection of desserts.

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This Ramadan, the restaurant has collaborated with Nasi Kandar Jamal Mohamed — yes, the famed stall from Penang — to bring you a memorable iftar feast titled Flavours of Curry and Tradition: A Nasi Kandar Affair, available from now till 9 April 2024.

An all-you-can-eat dinner spread of your favourite mamak dishes like Daging Masak Kicap, Perut Kambing, Sotong Bawang, and Sambal Udang awaits!

Reservations can be made by contacting +65 87690591.

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📍7500 Beach Rd, PARKROYAL on Beach Road, Singapore 199591
🕑 12pm–2.30pm, 6pm–10pm (Daily)

3. J65

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Located at JEN Singapore Tanglin, J65 celebrates Singapore’s unique melting pot of cultures through its extensive buffet selections featuring local specialities and international flavours.

The halal-certified buffet menu rotates daily with different themes, such as the ever-popular Seafood Mania (S$98++ per adult, S$49++ per child) on Fridays and Saturdays and the High Tea Buffet (S$88++ for two adults, S$44++ for two kids) on weekends.

From now till 9 April 2024, you can celebrate Ramadan with your loved ones over an indulgent Iftar Buffet (from S$98++) featuring dishes like Hyderabad Dum Briyani, Nasi Dagang, Tom Yum Seafood Hot Pot, Durian Pengat and many more.

Reservations can be made here.

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📍1A Cuscaden Rd, Level 1 JEN Singapore Tanglin, Singapore 249716
🕑 6pm–9.30pm (Daily)

4. Tiffany Cafe & Restaurant

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If you aim to try a little bit of everything at the halal buffets you visit, take on the spread at Tiffany Cafe & Restaurant. Their signature Best of Tiffany’s Buffet Feast (from S$48++) serves up an array of international cuisine, including fresh seafood, sashimi, local delights, and grilled meats.

Drop by for their Weekend Hi Tea Buffet (S$30++ for adults) if you’d like to spend a Sunday afternoon catching up with friends over dim sum, laksa, DIY waffles, and an exquisite selection of sweet treats.

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📍60 Eu Tong Sen Street, Level 2 Furama City Centre, Singapore 059804
🕑 12pm–2.30pm, 6am–10pm (Daily)

5. Captain Kim

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With outlets in Tampines, Clementi, and Bukit Panjang, Captain Kim offers one of the most affordable halal buffets you can find. The buffet lunch is priced from S$18.90++ for lunch and S$28.90++ for dinner, inclusive of over 60 varieties of ingredients and free-flow drinks.

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From street food like tteokbokki and Korean chicken wings to an assortment of meats and seafood including bulgogi beef and spicy cuttlefish, you’ll have a great time grilling up a storm. Do note that there is a minimum of two pax per table for dine-in.

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📍Multiple outlets

6. Window on the Park

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Window on the Park in Orchard offers a delightful selection of local and Asian cuisine, as well as international delicacies, including perennial favourites like Chicken Satay and Nyonya Laksa.

From now till 14 April 2024, round up your loved ones for iftar at the Rasa Sayang Kampung Buffet (from S$78++ for dinner) featuring a fresh seafood bar, Whole Roasted Lamb, and decadent all-time favourites Durian Pengat and Deep Fried Durian Fritters.

Reservations can be made here.

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📍11 Cavenagh Rd #02-00 Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre, Singapore 229616
🕑 12pm–2.30pm, 6pm–10pm (Daily)

7. Suki Suki Hot Pot

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There are several halal hotpot buffets out there, but Suki Suki Hot Pot is probably the only Thai hotpot establishment that serves Thai Basil Chicken, a variation of chicken broth simmered with sweet basil leaves, as a soup base, alongside classics like Tom Yum Goong and Singapore Lemak Laksa.

Besides having over 40 ingredients to choose from, patrons can fork out an additional S$4.90++/pax for free-flow drinks and desserts, on top of the usual buffet with prices starting at S$22.90++ for adults.

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This Ramadan, you can look forward to savouring two new specialty desserts, Mango with Sweet Fish Sauce and Thai Ice Kachang, available from now till 10 April 2024.

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📍 Multiple outlets

8. Peppermint

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Peppermint serves a wide variety of wholesome Asian and International favourites, freshly prepared at the open display kitchen. Located at PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, the restaurant has an all-you-can-eat concept with a renewed focus on conscious eating, as well as the use of sustainability and locally-sourced ingredients.

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The halal buffet (from S$72++ for adults at lunch) served at Peppermint is a rotation of seasonal offerings and themed buffet spreads, such as the current Tastes of Malaysia Buffet, which will run till 10 April 2024.

Reservations can be made here.

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📍 Peppermint, Level four, PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594
🕑 12pm–3pm, 6.30pm–10pm (Daily)

9. Atrium Restaurant

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Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium’s popular halal-certified Atrium Restaurant serves over 40 buffet items like the classic Beef RendangFreshly-made Prata and Hainanese Chicken Rice. Desserts such as Hawker Uncle Ice Cream served with Rainbow Bread or Wafer Slices are also on the list of the hotel’s extensive buffet spread. 

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They’re currently offering a 1-for-1 promotion on their Kampong Ramadan Feast (from S$94++ for lunch on weekdays), which features bold and diverse flavours in the form of Oxtail Soup, Stir-Fried Sotong with Sambal Hijau, Cucur Udang, Goreng Pisang, and more.

Reservations can be made here.

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📍 Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, 317 Outram Rd, Singapore 169075
🕑 12pm–3pm, 5.30pm –9.30pm (Daily)

10. Seoul Garden

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It’s hard to go wrong with one of the OG halal buffets, Seoul Garden. With prices starting from just S$19.90++ for the Regular Tier, it’s easy to see why the grill and hotpot buffet restaurant has remained a household name since the 1980s.

Chow down on Korean-inspired meats like Black Pepper Beef, Hot & Spicy Chicken, Bulgogi Lamb, and even premium cuts like Steakcut Sirloin Beef, Wagyu Beef Karubi, and Salmon Fillet, alongside a variety of condiments and sauces.

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Westies can even enjoy an exclusive Happy Hour Ready-to-Eat buffet promotion (S$13.90++) at the Clementi Mall and Jurong Point outlets between 2pm–5pm daily. It’s essentially a teatime feast with up to 27 items to choose from, like free-flow Waffles & Ice Cream, Fish & Chips, and more.

Reservations can be made here.

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📍 Multiple outlets

11. Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant

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Furama Riverfront may be a staycation haven, but hidden in this enclave is a halal buffet that not many know of. Over at Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant, you’ll get to indulge in a delectable spread of Indonesian dishes that are sure to excite your taste buds.

At the restaurant, you can expect a dizzying array of dishes from both the Weekday Buffet (from S$42++ for lunch) and Weekend Buffet (from S$45++ for lunch) such as Peha Kaki Kambing (roasted lamb leg), Rendang Daging Sapi, Ayam Panggang Rica Rica, and more.

Reservations can be made here.

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📍 405 Havelock Road, Level 3, Singapore 169633
🕑 12pm–2.30pm, 6pm–10.30pm (Daily)

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Priced at S$75++ for lunch and S$94++ for dinner on weekdays, Carousel may be one of the most expensive halal buffets on our list. However, its menu features an extensive and diverse spread of dishes including seafood, Mediterranean and Asian fare, Teppanyaki, and desserts. 

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For a truly luxurious experience, head down during the weekend for specials like Snow Queen Crab Legs, Hamachi, and Japanese Braised Baby Lobsters in Garlic Butter. With sumptuous shellfish and an entire assortment of dishes that’ll take you all around the globe, a meal here will be worth every penny.

Reservations can be made here.

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📍 25 Scotts Road, Royal Plaza, Singapore 228220
🕑 12pm–2pm, 6.30pm–9.30pm (Daily) 

13. 21 on Rajah

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Nestled in the heart of Balestier is 21 on Rajah, a halal buffet serving up a spread of Mediterranean-inspired dishes, local favourites, and Southeast Asian delights.

From now till 10 April 2024, you can look forward to indulging in an elaborate spread of nostalgic dishes from Kerabu Salad and Bubur Lambuk to Roasted Whole Baby Lamb and Grilled Whole Salmon. Prices start at S$68++ per adult for lunch on weekdays.

Reservations can be made here.

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📍 1 Jln Rajah Days Hotel by Wyndham Singapore at Zhongshan Park, Singapore 329133
🕑 12pm–3pm, 6pm–10pm (Daily)

14. Permata

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Located in the historic Kampong Glam area is Permata, a unique halal buffet serving up classic Nusantara dishes with a progressive twist.

You’ll find plenty of hard-to-find offerings ranging from Kerabu salads and soups to small plates, mains, desserts, and live stations, at S$108++ for two diners. Head straight for the popular Botok Botok Barramundi, Mee Maidin, Nasi Goreng Rawon, and Tulang Merah and you’re be all set for the evening.

Reservations can be made here.

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📍73 Sultan Gate, Singapore 198497
🕑12pm–3pm, 6pm–10pm (Daily)

15. Asian Market Cafe

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Asian Market Cafe presents a halal-certified buffet line of local favourites and contemporary regional delicacies with diverse Southeast Asian flavours.

Expect a wide range of Southeast Asian cuisine such as Thai Beef Massaman Curry, Oven Baked Spice Rubbed Barramundi, and Singapore Chilli Crab with Golden Mantou, with prices starting from S$84 per adult for lunch.

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Dessert doesn’t disappoint either. You can choose from an assortment of delicious Nyonya confectioneries like Kueh Talam Gula Melaka and Kueh Dadar, as well as cakes like the Baked Chempedak Crumble Cake and Signature AMC Durian Pengat.

Reservations can be made here.

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📍 Level 2, Fairmont Singapore, 80 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189560
🕑 12pm–2.30pm (Mon to Fri), 12pm–4pm (Sat & Sun), 6pm–10pm (Mon to Sun)

16. The Buffet

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The Buffet at M Hotel prides itself on being the first halal steamboat restaurant in the city centre. With an extensive spread of fresh seafood and premium meats alongside ‘live’ stations, handmade pastes, house dipping sauces and a dazzling display of hand-crafted desserts, the Hotpot Dinner Buffet (S$68++ for adults) will warm you up instantly.

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If dim sum is more up your alley, go for the Jom Dim Sum Buffet (from S$48++ for adults) and stuff yourself silly with Cantonese classics like Shrimp Har Gao, Otak Siew Mai, Prawn with Wasabi Mayonnaise with Ebiko, and Chilli Crab Gravy with Fried Mantou.

Reservations can be made here.

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📍 81 Anson Rd, M Hotel, Singapore 079908
🕑 6pm–10pm (Wed to Sun), Closed on Mon & Tue

Which of these tantalising halal buffets will you be hitting up first?

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