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Pla Thong Mookata – All You Can Eat Buffet For Only 169 Baht

Victory Monument in Bangkok may be the best place to go for boat noodles as the Boat Noodles Alley is just a few minutes walk from the BTS station. However, there is also another gem in the neighbourhood – a popular mookata joint, Pla Thong Mookata, that is frequented & highly recommended by the locals. […]

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The Grand Gem Indian Restaurant @ Grand Bluewave Hotel, Johor Bahru and The Easy Taxi Mobile App

The husband and I popped over to Johor Bahru City Square for a day out of which we seemed to be doing much more often this year than before. It was just one of those moments when we ran out of ideas on where to go in Singapore that would spur us on to cross the causeway to catch a […]

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High Tea Buffet @ Straits Cafe, Rendezvous Grand Hotel

I just wonder sometimes why I would go crazy with buffets especially when I love variety but I’m never able to eat so much at one setting compared to the husband. And my appetite seems to shrink as I grow older (another sign of aging?) but my weight remains the same (unfair!). Buffets are just […]

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Todai International Cuisine, Seafood & Sushi Buffet Restaurant @ Marina Bay Sands

I can’t believe I took so long to blog about Todai even though I’ve been here like four times. The first time was when the husband decided to try out his first ever eating challenge at the Todai Spicy Sushi Roll Competition. He won the challenge and received free dining vouchers. The 2nd time, we […]

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Buffet Town International Seafood, Mixed Grill & Teppanyaki @ Raffles City

It was 8 o’clock in the evening and the husband and I were roaming everywhere in Raffles City, undecided on where to have our dinner till we chanced upon Buffet Town that was bustling with life (and noise) inside. A peep into the restaurant through the glass window, I saw piles of chilled crayfish, oysters […]

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Danro Japanese Hot Pot Buffet @ NEX, Serangoon

I felt a little turned off to write this blog post because it wasn’t a fully enjoyable dining experience for me and my family. Normally I don’t even start off my food review with such a comment. Read on to find out more. Craving for steamboat, I decided to bring the family to Danro Japanese […]

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Irodori Japanese Restaurant @ Riverview Hotel, Havelock Road

I have been to a number of Japanese buffet restaurants and I must say this is one of my preferred ones because it serves my favourite mekajiki (swordfish) sashimi that comes in thick cuts and always taste fresh and sweet. I have had bad experiences where the sashimi served were either slightly frozen (not properly […]

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Harvest of the Sea Buffet Dinner @ Spices Cafe, Concorde Hotel

I had a sudden craving for crabs but couldn’t make up my mind on where to eat. Should we go for chilli crabs at Jumbo? Salted egg crabs at G7? Or butter crabs at Mellben? Finally the husband suggested to go somewhere new (so I can try and blog about it too) and he went […]

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Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant Part 2 @ Heeren (Former Location)

Seafood! What?! Kiseki again??? Yes, it’s my second time to Kiseki within a span of one week! Never ever done such a thing before :p but the parents were too captivated by the earlier Kiseki pictures so I just had to bring them here this time which wasn’t a bad thing too as I could […]

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Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant @ Heeren (Former Location)

The hunt for good affordable Japanese buffets continues. Since my past expeditions to Shin Minori and Kuishin Bo, which failed to tickle my fussy palates, I’m now here to conquer Kiseki which I heard is very popular among students and families. In fact, I was quite impressed with the prices for a Japanese restaurant located […]

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Carousel @ Royal Plaza on Scotts Part 2

As mentioned in my other blog entry on Carousel, my family and I decided to ditch the ideas of steamboat at home or lo hei dinner at some Chinese restaurant and celebrate our CNY eve here instead. I wasn’t seriously enthusiastic in dining at the same place twice in a month but a reunion meal […]

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Shin Minori Japanese Restaurant

We were deciding between Ikoi, Irodori, Kiseki and Shin Minori for Jap buffet. As there weren’t many online reviews on the latter, we chose Shin Minori so we could blog about it as well. At 12.30pm, there wasn’t any other customer in sight except us. In fact, the whole of UE Square seemed pretty quiet. […]

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Carousel @ Royal Plaza on Scotts

Carousel was awarded the Best Buffet Restaurant in People’s Choice Awards 2009 and is one of the few good halal hotel buffets in Singapore. I used to be a big fan of weekend hi teas but had never found a place where I would consider returning again. Finally, my search is over now. Situated at […]

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Melt the World Cafe @ Mandarin Oriental Hotel

A much anticipated night after seeing all the reviews and hearing the hoo-has about this buffet place. Very unfortunately and much to our dismay, we probably arrived with such high expectations that we left with even greater disappointment and even felt the money spent was so not worth it at all. Spending $16 on still […]

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The Rice Table Indonesian Restaurant

The Rice Table is probably the only Indonesian restaurant in Singapore that does a rijsttafel (ryst-tah-fell) concept which literally means “rice table” in Dutch. It usually consists of many side dishes served in small portions and eaten with rice. That’s certainly the reason why I love to dine at Rice Table. I love variety. I […]

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Oyster Night @ The Line, Shangri-La Hotel

If you are an oyster lover like me, who loves slurping up big, fat, juicy oysters off the shells, then the Oyster Night buffet (every Tuesday night) at The Line is certainly not to be missed. At $88.00++ per pax, you will get to enjoy oysters of different nationalities from France to New Zealand to […]

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