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Top Japanese Hotpot buffets | Enjoy Japanese Buffets in Singapore

Dining | Lifestyle
by Priyadarshini 17 May 2022

Nobody can deny that Singaporeans enjoy good dining deals, whether they are afternoon high tea, dim sum buffets, or all-you-can-eat feasts. Japanese cuisine is a popular choice among the latter. Whether you’re craving salmon sashimi or juicy A5 wagyu beef, feast on a platter after platter of all the cuisine you can handle at Singapore’s top Japanese hotpot buffets.

Singapore’s Top Japanese Hotpot buffets

Tenkaichi

Tenkaichi is the cheapest buffet on this list, with its traditional Japanese lunch buffet costing only S$14.90++ on Mondays through Fridays. What’s the catch? To be eligible for this offer, you must be a student or a senior person. However, the same buffet is also reasonably priced for adults, at S$16.90++ per person. Standard, deluxe, and premium buffets are available. The premium menu includes more sashimi, wagyu beef, and black pork. You can get your steamboat fix at the Cineleisure location, which also features a shabu shabu option.

For those who are only available for supper, the restaurant is also running a special in which customers can save 24 percent on the Deluxe Buffet and 39 percent on the Premium Buffet.

Suki-Ya

Suki-Ya, an inexpensive hotpot buffet chain found in Singapore’s retail malls, needs no introduction. Its trademark shabu-shabu is a must-try, and it pairs perfectly with its extensive selection of free-flow side dishes, dipping sauces, and soups. Their after-school promotion is S$16.90++, but standard pricing is still reasonable at S$18.90++ for lunch on weekdays.

Are you considering where to celebrate your birthday? Dine at Suki-Ya to receive a free lunch for every paying customer! It’s basically a one-for-one bargain.

Shaburi and Kintan Buffet – Singapore’s top Japanese Hotpot buffets

Can’t decide whether to order hotpot or yakiniku? You may enjoy both at Shaburi and Kintan Buffet in one sitting! Choose your buffet course – lunch, combo lunch, grand, and combo grand – and then select your soup, and meat, and enjoy your buffet! If you’re feeling frisky, top-up S$13.90 to get unlimited salmon sashimi and sushi. If you ask me, the best Japanese buffet in town. If you’re a student on a budget, you can have two plates of BBQ pork, unlimited buffet food, and free-flow soft drinks for S$9.80++. The student discount is applicable between 11.30 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Mondays through Thursdays.

Tsukada Nojo

This soup foundation, well-known for its Bijin Nabe – beauty collagen pot – uses certified organic veggies, fresh seafood, and premium chicken. Tsukada Nojo blends chicken collagen soup into each soup base, whether tomato, pumpkin, or spinach. This buffet is luxurious, including delicacies like fish cake mentaiko, chestnut pork, and even premium wagyu beef. You can also choose from a variety of salads and deep-fried foods.

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