Kiseki is an award-winning Japanese buffet restaurant offering all you can eat meals at affordable prices – their weekday lunch buffet costs only $50 nett for two people!

The buffet features cold appetisers, sushi and sashimi, teppanyaki, robatayaki (Japanese grilling), yakitori, nabemono, agemono, mushimono and Japanese Western dishes as well as desserts such as mochi and pudding.


This Japanese buffet restaurant features reasonable pricing and an ample variety of food. Their sushi section offers salmon, tuna and amaebi sashimi as well as hand rolls. There are also cold appetizers, noodles and rice dishes. Finally, their seafood selection offers clams, fresh prawns and jelly fish. Lastly their dessert section includes mochi pudding cakes as well as scoops of ice cream to round off an excellent dining experience.

Orchard Central mall’s all-you-can-eat buffet features over 200 dishes in 29 categories for only $20 per person including GST and service charges, making it an excellent value option for families and groups of friends alike. In addition to sushi and sashimi, enjoy other delights like teppanyaki, robatayaki, yakitori, nabemono and agemono dishes!

The Japanese Street Food Buffet provides an amazing variety of Japanese street foods for guests looking to experience something new. Don’t miss the Yakiniku Ohji section which serves wagyu beef grilled over charcoal fire! Additionally, other meats and sides can also be chosen. Additionally, don’t forget the drink station!


Kiseki is one of the premier buffet restaurants in Singapore, providing Japanese all-you-can-eat for an affordable price. Situated within Orchard Central shopping mall and offering stunning views of Orchard landscape from its alfresco dining area. Their expansive menu contains over 200 buffet items across 29 categories such as sushi, sashimi, teppanyaki, robatayaki (Japanese grilling), yakitori (skewers), hot pot items, agemono deep-frying items), mushimono (steamed items), Japanese Western (pasta and pizza).

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Kiseki offers a typical Japanese buffet dining experience in Singapore, featuring fresh seafood and meat as well as an array of grilled vegetables and noodles, desserts, cakes, and pastries to choose from.

The Buffet is open for lunch and dinner, and prices are comparable with other Japanese restaurants. Expect to pay $50 nett per two person meal on weekdays and $70 on weekends; reservations are highly recommended due to its popularity; without them, those waiting will have to wait while those who came earlier may get in first – an unpleasant situation that you can avoid by booking online in advance.


Kiseki has long been recognized as an affordable Japanese buffet option in Singapore, boasting mega buffet at mini prices without compromising on quality or variety. Situated within Orchard Central mall, this spacious eatery features an alfresco dining area for an unrivaled cityscape view.

Kiseki offers an expansive menu, from cold appetisers, sashimi and sushi, noodle and rice dishes, teppanyaki, robatayaki, yakitori and Japanese western food to more specialized items such as sukiyaki — featuring slices of beef layered between mushrooms, vegetables and raw egg yolk in a deliciously-sweet broth — to cakes and ice cream treats as dessert.

Hot food options at this venue include an assortment of noodle and rice soups such as oden and Japanese curry. Also worth trying are delicious Garlic Ribeye Steak and Marinated Teriyaki Chicken; along with delicious seafood options like Clam, Jelly Fish, Octopus and Marinated Top Shells.

Service was prompt and efficient, with food replenished promptly. However, selections of cold appetizers and sashimi could be improved upon.

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Kiseki Japanese Buffet restaurant at Orchard Central shopping mall provides an affordably priced all-you-can-eat Japanese buffet, complete with stunning sky views of Orchard landscape. Food offerings include sushi, sashimi, teppanyaki, robatayaki (Japanese grill), yakitori, agemono (deep-fried items), mushimono (steamed items), as well as Western style food (pasta and pizza). A reminder tag at each table reminds diners not to take more than you can consume! A reminder tag informs diners they may be charged for any leftover food left behind – take only what is necessary!

I found the buffet selection at this restaurant to be both plentiful and fresh, in comparison with other buffet restaurants I’ve visited, leading to long lines forming outside during dinner time. A la minute counters also make this restaurant worth visiting; these offer hot items such as fresh Ebi, Octopus and Jelly Fish; Lip-smacking Garlic Ribeye Steak; sizzling Marinated Teriyaki Chicken as well as desserts such as cakes, chocolate fondue fountain and scoops of ice cream!