These unlimited spreads will fill you right up for a fun-filled day.
Among the numerous eateries within Sentosa, there are a few that are committed to making more than your appetites can handle. These buffet restaurant tables are heaving with the choicest nosh — from authentic local fare to meats, seafood and desserts from around the world.
From weekend-only feasts to everyday indulgences.
We round up the island’s best buffets.
Eat first, thank us later.
When it comes to buffets, the W Singapore on Sentosa Cove pulls out all the stops.
Their Sunday Remix brunch buffet is spread across two restaurants (The Kitchen Table, and Skirt) and includes the freshest cold seafood, wok-fried local nosh, an impressive array of carved and grill meats, the most decadent desserts and much more. The spread is paired with unlimited pours of bubbly, wines, beer and cocktails.
There is a DJ spinning tunes, cotton candy and freshly popped corn for the kids, but the best part: this boozy brunch allows you access to WET®, The W’s gorgeous resort-like pool. The only agenda post-brunch should be lazing on a pool float though. Priced at $128++-$168++ for adults, and $48++-$68++ for kids.
The cliff top restaurant at Sofitel Sentosa serves a family-style Prosecco Brunch on every first and third Saturday of the month. It’s worth it — not just for the spectacular South China Sea and tropical rainforest views, but also for the classic Italian food and unlimited pours of Zardetto Prosecco.
Feast on shared platters of homemade Italian staples; salads, pasta, mains and elegant desserts. At $98++ per person, it’s a very good brunch. Buffet-goers can take a dip in the resort’s 33-metre pool post lunch (and can have access to it till 7pm).
Usually their Pan-Asian restaurant, come Sundays, Kwee Zeen is the spot to indulge in Sofitel Sentosa’s ultimate Sunday Champagne Brunch.
You can sit indoors, on their terrace or by the pool, but it’s the buffet spread that will command your attention. Premium cold seafood, cheese and cold cuts, a foie gras station and house-made chocolate truffles and desserts are just a few of the 16 live culinary stations. Apart from this, kids will be entertained with the dedicated kids room with activities like face-painting, balloon sculpting, indoor bouncy castles, board games and a TV showing cartoons on loop.
All brunch goers can access the resort’s 33-metre pool for free---if you can tear yourself away from the free flow Taittinger champagne that is. $175++ per adult (with free flow of Taittinger Champagne, wines, soft drinks and juices) and $65++ for kids aged 5-11.
At the Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa, this restaurant serves up a buffet spread for all three meals, every day.
The spread is exhaustive, but the best part of this buffet is their attention-to-detail towards their littlest guests. Kids can help themselves from a scaled-down-to-height buffet counter which has child-friendly dishes like pasta, vegetables, fruits, cheese, sandwiches, and sweet treats such as cupcakes and gummy bears.
Babies and toddlers are well taken care of at the BabyZone which provides complimentary baby food for infants of different ages (available during lunch and dinner). Essential baby care items such as milk-bottle sterilisers, hot water, a microwave, utensils, baby wipes and diapers are also available to provide a hassle-free experience for parents. Prices begin at $48++* per person, and a child below five dines free with every paying adult.
This Hard Rock Hotel venue is a 3-in-1 dining destination that combines a patisserie, a restaurant and a cooking studio all-in-one. But, it’s really their weekend dinner buffet (Fri-Sat | 6:00-9:30) that is the main draw for us.
For $79++ it is an all-you-can-eat feast of cold seafood like poached fresh prawns, mud crabs; or Louisiana grilled lamb chops and Cajun grilled fish. There’s a salad bar if you are feeling virtuous, or you can tuck into local favourites like drunken herbal prawns, chilli crab with fried mantou and laksa. Desserts are a mind-boggling array of cakes, tarts, canapes, freshly made pancakes, gelato and more. Going hungry is impossible.
The plush confines of Le Meridien’s all-day dining restaurant makes for a comfortable backdrop to their weekend-dinner buffet (Fri-Sat | 6-10pm). Called the Taste of Discovery, the signature dishes here are seafood specialities like the soft shell crab with wasabi mayonnaise, stir-fried salted egg prawns and a live barbecue grill churning out succulent meats like an Australian lamb rack.
There are even Singapore laksa and masala chicken for those who prefer their flavours more local. Finish with desserts by award-winning pastry chef, Edwin Leow like the signature petit éclairs, sparkling red raspberry sphere and rainbow cake. Priced at $65++ per person.
It’s not all five-star hotel buffets and luxurious prices on Sentosa. For a good value meal that will fill you up before or after a fun-filled day of Sentosa activities, look no further than Good Ol’ Days.
Located right at Beach station, their evening buffet (served from 5pm daily) is a spread of classic Asian dishes like roast chicken with five spices and seafood tofu with a variety of rice and noodle stapes. The all-you-can-eat spread comes at an unbeatable price of $20 per person ($15 for kids), and flavours are kept authentic and comforting.