It’s halfway through Ramadan and we’re pretty sure you’ve been making the best of this holy month so far, be it fulfilling your religious obligations or simply soaking in the atmosphere and being thankful for all the blessings you have 😊 And amidst all that blessings, one thing to be thankful for is all the good food that we have here in Singapore!
Talking about food, if you’re still planning an iftar meetup with your loved ones and don’t know where to go, we’ve rounded up a list of 10 halal buffets you should head to in Singapore for a sumptuous iftar out.
P.S. If buffets are not your thing, check out our top picks of 15 places to break fast in Singapore for 2018.
1. Atrium Restaurant (Holiday Inn® Singapore Atrium)
Seafood lovers, you’re in for a treat because Atrium Restaurant at Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium is bringing back its Seafood Extravaganza Buffet! Indulge in their array of seafood on ice which includes French Oysters, Baby Marron Lobsters and a sliced-to-order Sashimi station. Did you know that the French claim to have the best oysters in the world? So you should absolutely get your hands on them 🤗
#HHWT Tip: If you want to get a taste of some freshly cracked Snow Crab Legs, head over to Atrium Restaurant on a weekend.
Not only do they have fresh seafood, you can also feast on their selection of yummy grilled dishes at the BBQ station. One of the highlights is their perfectly grilled Bamboo Lobsters. Simple yet delicious, this treat lets you savour the chewiness of the lobster meat, an experience you won’t want to miss!
Meat lovers, don’t worry as you have your fair share of delectable items too! Get a cut of their Roasted Lamb Leg and Slow-cooked Beef Ribeye at the carving station, and have them melting in your mouth. But that’s not all, treat yourself to some juicy lamb chops from BBQ station and we’re pretty sure you’ll keep coming back for more 🤤
Finish off your dinner with the Atrium Restaurant’s selection of sweet treats, from their French pastries to Nyonya Kueh and ice cream. There’s even Chocolate Fondue to fix all your chocolate cravings. Not to mention, there’s free-flow Iced Bandung to accompany you throughout your meal!
The best part is, the Atrium Restaurant is halal-certified for Ramadan (until 17 June 2018) and they have specially prepared a prayer room during Ramadan for its customers, so you can have your meal here without any worries.
Address: Level 4, Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, 317 Outram Road, Singapore 169075
Opening hours: 6.30pm – 10.30pm daily
Dinner (Sun – Thur): $90++ (Adult)
Dinner (Fri – Sat): $100++ (Adult)
Reservations: Call +65 6731 7172, email email@example.com or book online
2. Koh Nangkam
Does the idea of having free flow tom yum, green curry and Thai iced tea excite you? Well, now you can satisfy all your Thai food cravings at Koh Nangkam. This unassuming Southern Thai eatery is having its Halal Iftar Thai Buffet this Ramadan.
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Other than scrumptious Thai dishes to eat with rice, there’ll also be appetisers like their all-time favourite Hat Yai Fried Chicken and Mango Sticky Rice. Not only is their food delicious, this buffet is very affordable as well – it costs just $22 per person 😱
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If you need to do your prayers after breaking fast, don’t worry as Koh Nangkam has set aside a mini prayer room. So, that’s another reason to head here for iftar. Otherwise if it gets too crowded, you can always do your prayers at Sultan Mosque which is just nearby.
3. The Landmark (Village Hotel Bugis)
Most of you would have probably heard of The Landmark for having celebrity Chef Bob as one of its cooks. This Ramadan, they are having an Iftar Special and the good news is, it’s one of the most affordable buffets (from just $35!) you can find in the heart of Singapore. Don’t be fooled by its cost though as it still serves a wide variety of international cuisines from Asian and Western to Mediterranean and Indian.
One of the highlights of their buffet is this Sup Tulang (mutton bone soup), which has a thick and flavourful broth. The blend of spices in this dish is just enough for you to enjoy it without being too overwhelmed. Savour every last bit of the meat off the bone or take a straw to slurp the marrow out from the bone – this is one dish not to miss 😋
If you love barbecued meat, head over to their Live BBQ station by the pool, available only on the weekends. Bite into their tantalising grilled treats like roasted beef, prawns and satay. Indulging in these savoury treats while you sit by the pool will be an experience like no other – a perfect ambience if you ask us! If you’re lucky enough, Chef Bob might even be the one grilling the meat for you.
Can’t get enough of the meat items? Head over to their live kebab station. Well-marinated with Mediterranean spices, their Chicken Kebab is a tender and succulent treat. Don’t miss out on their Indian cuisine too which has been receiving rave reviews for its especially soft and fluffy naan breads. Eat it on its own or with their Butter or Tandoori Chicken and we’re pretty sure it’ll leave your tummy satisfied!
P.S. Stand a chance to win an Umrah or Dubai trip if you dine at The Landmark. Two lucky winners will be picked every month till the end of the year!
Their wide selection of colourful desserts are worth a mention too and they are definitely more than enough to satisfy any sweet tooth cravings. So, if you’re looking for a buffet that’s value-for-money, head over to The Landmark with your loved ones and have a whale of a time 😉
#HHWT Tip: Get 20% off your total bill if you reserve your slots online. Use discount code “FB20” to get your savings!
Address: 390, Victoria Street, #05-01, Village Hotel Bugis, Singapore 188061
Opening hours: 6.30pm – 10pm (Dinner)
Mon – Thur: $35++ (Adult), $15++ (Child)
Fri – Sun: $40++ (Adult), $15++ (Child)
Reservations: Call 6299 7786 or book online
4. Rumah Rasa (Bay Hotel Singapore)
Known for their yummy selection of Indonesian cuisine, Rumah Rasa is having a special Ramadan buffet throughout the month. It’s taking its usual fare a notch higher with special dishes you can only get during Ramadan. One of their main highlights this time is Chick Kut Teh – a unique twist and halal version of Bak Kut Teh. The broth is cooked overnight to bring out its strong flavour and served with tau pok, dried mushroom and garlic. Slurping the broth will definitely be a comfort to your tummy after a full day of fasting 😌
Another highlight you have to look out for is their Ayam Woku Belanga – marinated chicken seasoned in a spice mixture from Manado in North Sulawesi in Indonesia. Treat yourself to this hot, spicy and aromatic dish and bite into the tender chicken meat which is full of flavour. It’s probably unlike anything you’ve tasted before!
If you’re here on a Friday or Saturday, be sure to check out their Live BBQ station – indulge in fresh tiger prawns, chew on marinated squid or sink your teeth in their assorted satay. There’s no better way to enjoy your meat than having them grilled 😉
If you’re a duck lover, don’t miss out on their Bebek Cabai Ijo, which is Indonesian braised duck in green chilli sauce. Marinated and then slathered with flavourful sambal ijo (green chilli paste), you’d definitely not want to miss this.
You can also look forward to other live stations from their tasty Assam Laksa to Roti John. The best part is, you can customise your Roti John with your choice of fillings – from char siew chicken, cheese or minced mutton.
P.S. Rumah Rasa is located right beside Masjid Temenggong Mosque, perfect for completing your prayers after iftar!
#HHWT Tip: Book online and quote “HHWTRR18” to enjoy 10% off!
Address: 50 Telok Blangah Rd, Singapore 098828
Opening hours: 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Sun – Thur: $35++ (Adult), $20++ (Child)
Fri – Sat, eve of PH (with live BBQ station): $42++ (Adult), $25++ (Child)
Reservations: Call 6818 6681 or book online
5. Royal Palm (Orchid Country Club)
From the same management as The Landmark, Royal Palm at Orchid Country Club in Yishun offers the perfect ambience for your iftar gatherings, and a respite from the city. Their Ramadan special boasts a wide range of international cuisines. Dig into their mouth-watering buffet highlights which include Spicy Chilli Crab, Prawn Sambal, Ayam Masak Lemak, Beef Rendang, Fish Head Curry, Sambal Lala, Steam Mixed Vegetables and Sayur Lodeh. There’s a total of more than 35 dishes to suit your palate! Although these dishes need no introduction, Royal Palm puts its own twist to it and perfects their tastes.
There’s also a variety of live stations available at Royal Palm and if there’s one highlight you shouldn’t miss, it’s their Roast Beef carvings. This succulent and juicy meat will definitely leave you wanting more. Indulge in their range of pastas and pizzas too to complete your meal ☺️
Don’t forget to drop by their Live BBQ station by the pool during the weekend (Friday to Sunday) for their tasty selection of grilled meat and wings. Once you’re done savouring their main course and meat items, be sure to complete your meal by indulging in their palatable desserts.
Here’s some good news if you’re looking to dine affordably – get a 1-for-1 buffet promo when you eat here from Monday to Thursday! That’s quite a steal if you ask us. What’s more, you can also stand a chance to win an Umrah or Dubai trip if you dine there too. Two lucky winners will be picked every month till the end of the year 😱
Address: Orchid Country Club, #01-21, Social Club House, Singapore 769162
Opening hours: 6.30pm – 10pm
Mon – Thur: $35++ (Adult), $15++ (Child)
Fri – Sun: $40++ (Adult), $15++ (Child)
Reservations: Call 6555 2165 or book online
6. Hilton Iftar Buffet Pop-Up Restaurant
Hilton Hotel is bringing back its popular iftar pop-up buffet this year – with a spread of over 90 dishes and 6 live and carving stations! Check out their tantalising highlights like the Whole Roasted Beef Sirloin and Roasted Whole Baby Lamb.
If you love Mediterranean food, their Moroccan spread will entice you. Here’s your chance to try quintessentially Moroccan dishes like Kefta (Moroccan minced meat), Lamb or Chicken Tagine. Don’t forget to have them with pita bread on the side too!
There’s also a selection of seafood on ice, assorted sushi plus a mouth-watering spread of Malay cuisine too – from Beef Rendang and Asam Pedas to Ayam Masak Merah and Soup Kambing.
Located all the way up on the 24th floor, Hilton’s buffet also has an impressive view to boot. Now you can watch the sunset as you prepare to break fast, so that’s another reason why you should iftar there!
#HHWT Tip: There’s a prayer room specially prepared for Muslim diners, so you don’t have to fret about where to do your Maghrib prayers.
Address: Level 24 (Panorama Venue), Hilton Singapore, 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883
Opening hours: 6.30pm – 10.30pm
Mon – Thur: $68++ (Adult), $34++ (Child)
Fri – Sun: $78++ (Adult), $39++ (Child)
Reservations: Call +65 6737 2233 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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7. The Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens
Looking for a fancy buffet for iftar? The Halia’s got you all covered! Tucked away at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, you can break fast with some lush greenery while indulging in their delectable Ramadan Buffet at The Villa. One of the things to look forward to in the buffet is their signature Chilli Crab Spaghettini, which has generous amounts of crab meat in a mix of sweet, spicy and tangy sauce 😋
If you’re a meat lover, keep a lookout for their all-time favourite Australian Grain-Fed Beef Ribeye at the carving station. Watch as this succulent and juicy meat is cut right in front of your very eyes! Wash off your meal with free-flow Bandung or grab a bite of their appetising desserts like tiramisu and chocolate brownies. Their Ramadan Buffet is only available on Friday and weekends so make sure you reserve your slot early!
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Address: 1 Cluny Road, Ginger Garden, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569
Opening hours: Mon – Thur, 9am – 9.30pm, Fri, 9am – 10pm, Sat, 10am – 10pm, Sun, 10am – 9.30pm
Ramadan Buffet (The Villa) – only Fri and Ramadan weekends: $50++ (Adults), $20++ (Children)
Reservation: Book online
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8. Flame Café
If hotel and fancy buffets are not for you, then head over to Flame Café for their sumptuous 4-tier pagoda steamboat and BBQ. With more than 70 ingredients to choose from, you’ll definitely be spoilt for choice 😍
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You can choose to barbecue your meat or dip them in soup. There’s also a steamer on top where you can steam vegetables or dim sum. Plus, how can we leave out their heavenly cheesy dip? Flood your food in cheese for that extra flavour.
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What’s more, during Ramadan, Flame Café is adding several main course and savoury items to their buffet spread at no additional cost. Each table also comes with dates and a water pitcher so you can break your fast with ease.
#HHWT Tip: Their musollah is located at B1 of the building (near the carpark) and there’s a wudu area right next to it too.
Address: Level 1 Centro Bianco Building, Singapore 534818 (nearest MRT – Tai Seng)
First time slot: 7pm – 9pm
Second time slot: 9pm – 11pm
Price: $19.90 – $35.90
Reservations: Call them at 6282 0251 or 6288 6346
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9. Aroma Kampung
Do you have those days when all you want for iftar is some good ‘ol traditional Malay food? Then Aroma Kampung is just the place for you! With over 40 dishes in their nasi padang buffet, Aroma Kampung serves authentic kampung cuisine, with some dishes you can’t even find anywhere else in Singapore 😉
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What’s nasi padang without Beef Rendang right? Their rendang comes in huge chunks and has just the perfect balance of sweet, salty and spicy so it’s definitely something you shouldn’t miss out on. Some of the other highlights you should try are their Ayam Lemak Cili Padi and Asam Pedas which will leave you craving for more.
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And if you need a little kick in your food, Aroma Kampung has 13 different types of sambal you can enjoy – from the usual ones like belacan and petai to more unique ones like tempoyak, selasih and budu (fermented fish sauce). So spicy food lovers, this one’s for you!
10. Al-Jasra Prata Buffet
Where are the prata-loving foodies? If you’re the sort who enjoys prata for any meal of the day (yes, even for iftar!), this place is practically calling your name. This prata buffet serves both savoury and sweet, so you don’t have to pick sides on this.
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Mushroom and cheese, ikan bilis, pepper and masala prata are some of the choices for those who love it with a dash of zingy flavour. Or if you prefer to have it the traditional way, get your fix of their kosong and egg prata, and we’re pretty sure you’d still be on cloud nine 🤤
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If sweet prata is more your cup of tea, choose from their chocolate, strawberry, pineapple, honey, banana or sugar prata, and you’ll be walking on candy-coated land soon.
Address: 459 Changi Road (off Jalan Masjid)
Price: $7.90 per person, excluding drinks
Opening Hours: 24 hours
That concludes our list of 10 buffets you need to go to this Ramadan. We hope there’s more than enough in the list to last you through the end of the month 😂 So, if you still haven’t got plans for iftar, start booking your buffets now and have a hearty meal with your loved ones.