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This Halal Hotel Buffet In SG Serves Fresh Seafood, Durian Pengat & More

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Aleemah Basirah •  Jun 29, 2022

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Stressed out about finding a restaurant for your team lunch or want to give your loved ones a treat? We’ve got you covered! Conveniently located in Chinatown, Furama City Centre is home to Tiffany Café & Restaurant, a halal restaurant that serves a range of cuisines. From Western to Asian dishes, there’s definitely something for everyone 🤩
Credit: Furama HotelsYou’ll be spoilt for choice with the huge variety! Look forward to fresh seafood, sashimi, grills from the carving station, local specialities and signature sweet treats from the all-you-can-eat buffet 😋With its pocket-friendly prices (weekday lunch buffet at $22.80++ and weekday dinner buffet at $28.80++), it’s the perfect spot for a meal with family and friends! Children (6-12years) enjoy 40% off and Senior Citizens (above 60 years) enjoy 30% off so book a reservation via this link now and don’t miss out on all the great deals!
If you’re visiting on a weekday, why not #BuildYourBowl if you’re not up for a buffet? For just $8.80++, take your pick from 35 quality choices of meat, greens, and grains. A dedicated prayer room is available for diners to do their prayers. Halal Status: Food is prepared in halal-certified kitchen but do note that the premise itself is not halal-certified.Buffet dining hours: Lunch(Mon-Sun & Public Holidays): 12 pm to 230 pmDinner(Mon-Sun & Public Holidays): 6 pm to 10 pmAddress: 60 Eu Tong Sen Street, Level 2 Furama City Centre, 059804 Contact: 6531 5366Website|Facebook|Instagram
Credit: Furama HotelsP.S. If you’re craving for Indonesian cuisine, check out Kintamani restaurant at Furama RiverFront. With an Indonesian chef helming the kitchen, you know that the dishes are as authentic as it gets! Must-try dishes include Peha Kaki Kambing (Roasted Lamb Leg with Chefʼs Homemade Sauces), Ikan Bakar (Grilled Whole Fish) and Rendang Daging Sapi. Don’t leave without trying signature desserts such as the Pulut Durian Pengat (durian paste with glutinous rice) and Kintamani’s Assorted Kue Kue 🤤 There is also a prayer room located on the same floor. Can’t wait to check out these two restaurants at Furama Hotels already? It’s time to make a date with your loved ones for a delicious meal together 🥰This article is brought to you by Furama Hotels.