This Ramadan, why not gather your loved ones and break your daily fast with a delicious buffet spread with this list of dining spots we’ve curated for you? Enjoy.
If you’re hankering after Korean food, make your reservations at Atrium Restaurant at Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium. For its Ramadan buffet this year, it’s serving up a slew of halal-certified Korean favourites such as beef bulgogi, kimchi fried rice, crisp pajeon (scallion pancakes) and squid cooked in tteokbokki sauce.
Other highlights include the aromatic Beef Rendang, Ayam Mesak Merah and Assam Fish with tender fish in a punchy sauce that isn’t too spicy. Or go for crowd-favourites such as the salmon sashimi, prata, laksa and fresh oysters.
The mini durian pengat is a must-have for durian lovers, too.
When: April 12 to May 16, 2021
Price: Lunch (Wednesday to Saturday) is $70++ (adult) and $20++ (child). Dinner starts from $80++.
Dinner starts from $80++ (adult) and $25++ (child) from Sunday to Thursday, and $90++ (adult) and $25++ (child) on Friday and Saturday.
Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium is at 317 Outram Road, Singapore 169075. E-mail email@example.com, call 3138 2530 or click here for more information and reservations.
Hilton Singapore’s Halal Iftar Pop-up Buffet is back this year with over 30 sumptuous home-cooked and seasonal favourites.
Start with light appetisers such as the traditional bubur lambuk dating (a lightly spiced porridge with beef), fruit rojak and gado gado, as well as Middle Eastern dishes of baba ganoush and chicken shawarma salad. Then dig into heartier fare like beef rendang, ayam masak merah, spicy chermoula baked seabass, Australian beef sirloin, laksa and tandoori chicken.
Equally tempting are the desserts—take your pick from a variety of kuehs, as well as marble cake and Hilton’s cheesecake.
When: April 19 to May 9, 2021
Price: $74++ per person, with 50% for children aged five to 12 years old. There’s also a 15% Group Dining Discount with a minimum of five and maximum of eight diners.
At Level 24 (Panorama Venue), Hilton Singapore, 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883. For more information, click here, call 6737 2233 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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From Malay and Indian to Chinese and Arabian, Grand Hyatt Singapore’s StraitsKitchen has a range of cuisines to tantalise your tastebuds.
Think Slow Braised Australian Lamb Shank with Nut Rice, Chilli Crab, Sze Chuan Chicken, Sustainable Poached Black Tiger Prawns, Lamb Kebab, Fried Onion Dumplings, and Chef Solanki’s Butter Chicken—mouth-watering dishes that will definitely leave you with a happy belly.
For something sweet, there’s a selection of dates, as well as baklava, halva, durian fritters, Milo ice-cream, and more.
When: April 13 to May 13, 2021
Price: Adult: $88++ (adult) and $48++ (child)
Grand Hyatt Singapore is at 10 Scotts Road, Singapore 228211. Click here for more information and for reservations.
You’re in for a treat when you break fast at Carousel with over 100 dishes to choose from. Fill your belly with Nasi Ambeng (loaded with beef rendang, deep-fried turmeric chicken, bergedil, sambal goreng and more), Lobster Mee Soto, rojak and gado gado.
End your meal on a sweet note with traditional desserts with a twist like Durian Chocolate Fudge and Chendol Delice, and Ondeh Ondeh Chocolate Pralines.
When: April 12 to May 12, 2021.
Price: $75++ (adult) and $42 (child) from Sunday to Thursday. Weekend dinners are priced $85++ (adult) and $46++ (child) on Friday, Saturday and eve of public holidays.
Carousel is at Royal Plaza On Scotts, 25 Scotts Road, Singapore 228220. Click here for more information or for reservations.
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If you’re in the mood for Indonesian food, Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant, which has served up delicious Indonesian food since 1985, is the place to be at.
Eat your way through the hearty spread with mouth-watering items such as Rendang Daging Sapi (Beef Simmered in Thick Coconut Sauce), Gulai Kambing (Mutton Stew), Bubur Surau (a traditional Indonesian porridge), Deep Fried Oatmeal Tiger Prawns with Butter & Curry Leaves, and Sambal Goreng. There’s also a complimentary specialty served to every table—Ikan Bakar Dabu Dabu (Grilled Golden Pomfret with Kintamani Sauce) and Ketam Sambal (Chilli Crab) during lunch and dinner respectively.
End your meal with traditional desserts like Pulut Durian Pengat, Gula Melaka Pudding and various kueh.
When: April 12 to May 16, 2021
Price: Lunch is priced at $33.80++ and dinner is $38.80++
Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant is at Furama Singapore, 405 Havelock Road, Singapore 169633. Click here for more information or for reservations.
If you’re after a lavish iftar spread, make your way to The Landmark. This well-known halal buffet spot doles out various cuisines, from Northern Indian to Asian, Western to BBQ delights.
The restaurant also has a signature ‘Buffet On Wheels’, with roving trolleys serving up delectable bites.
Feast on seafood like Fish Head Curry, Black Pepper Crab, Sambal Prawn, as well as Nasi Padang Specials. Western fare include Sirloin Steak, Baked Chicken in Pink Peppercorn Sauce and Northern Indian selections see the likes of Mutton Rogan Josh and Butter Chicken.
Price: Lunch is priced at $30++ (Monday to Thursday) and $35++ ((Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays). Dinner is at $35++ (Monday to Thursday) and $40++ ((Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays).
The Landmark is at Village Hotel Bugis, 390 Victoria Street, #05-01, Singapore 188061. Click here for more info.
This story originally appeared on Singapore Women’s Weekly