Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant provides an amazing variety of cuisine at an incredibly reasonable price, making a long queue outside their premises visible during dinner hour.
Orchard Central Restaurant features stunning sky views of Orchard landscape. Their weekday lunch buffet costs $50 nett per two persons.
Kiseki offers an impressive buffet sushi selection, boasting quality sashimi items from their extensive sashimi selection and offering various maki rolls such as the California and Aburi Nigiri Sushi Roll. There is also a seafood section which features fresh prawns, clams and jelly fish; in addition, their teppanyaki/robatayaki options include Salmon Atama Shioyaki Saba Shioyaki Tsukune Kushiyaki plus more tasty options; in addition, their large dessert bar which features ice creams pudding cakes and fruits from their assortment.
There’s a wide selection of drinks, from soft drinks and juices to cocktails, plus there’s even an awesome brewed coffee machine!
Kiseki is an economical Japanese buffet restaurant in Singapore with competitive pricing. Their weekday lunch buffet costs $50 nett per two persons while weekend buffet prices rise slightly (but are still significantly less than other Singapore buffet restaurants). Offering an abundant variety of cuisine with high freshness levels and long queues often forming outside at dinner time – these three traits combine into making Kiseki so popular among Singaporeans!
Kiseki offers an outstanding buffet selection. Their sashimi section is fresh and well-prepared; cold seafood includes blue swimmer crab, crayfish, prawns and half shell mussels; while their teppanyaki and robatayaki sections provide even more variety including steamed mussels as well as sukiyaki beef slices, mushrooms and vegetables steeped in sweet-and-savoury broth; plus spring rolls, popcorn chicken drumlets and fries!
For those who prefer cooked food, the restaurant offers Western and Italian fare, including thin crust pizzas and various kinds of pasta dishes. Their nabemono and agemono items (hot pot and deep-fried items) may not compare as favorably but remain adequate options.
Dessert was equally impressive at this restaurant. Their ice cream bar is delectable, pudding is available as well, and there is even an impressive chocolate fondue selection. Furthermore, buffet prices were highly affordable for this type of establishment: weekday lunch buffet costs roughly $50 for two people while weekend buffet can reach $70!
Buffets at hotels typically offer an impressive array of sushi, cold appetisers, and seafood options, while those looking for something warm may opt for Sukiyaki which features beef slices, mushrooms, and raw egg in a savoury broth.
At the heart of every buffet is its teppanyaki counter, where diners can watch chefs prepare delicious dishes such as Marinated Teriyaki Chicken with Garlic Ribeye Steak and Pork Collar with Ginger Sauce right in front of them.
If you plan to dine here, be sure to make reservations in advance; otherwise you could end up standing in a walk-in queue while those who made reservations prior to you are seated first.
Kiseki offers weekday lunch for $50 nett per person and dinner is $70 for two persons; both specials are valid until the end of this month! Perfect if you want a bite before P3HA ban on dining-in takes effect; plus they feature large dining spaces perfect for group bookings!
Kiseki offers an all-you-can-eat buffet deal for two at $50 nett during weekday lunch for excellent value, making this a top pick among Japanese buffet restaurants. Their extensive menu boasts seafood like crab legs, shrimps and crayfish as well as sushi, sashimi and teppanyaki dishes; there’s also hot dishes such as nabemono (steamed and deep fried), agemono and mushimono as well as pizza and Japanese western pasta options!
For those who prefer cooked food, they offer an a la minute counter that offers delicious Garlic Ribeye Steak and Marinated Teriyaki Chicken dishes, in addition to fresh sashimi such as salmon, tuna and octopus sashimi as well as hand rolls and maki sushi bars with various selections available for ordering.
Desserts at Cafe Le Petit Chef are amazing as well, offering pudding, mocha and cakes in addition to ice cream bar treats. Unfortunately, however, their service staff may take longer than necessary in replenishing food orders – but regardless, this venue makes an excellent venue for buffet dinners or corporate events!
Kiseki provides an impressive buffet spread at an excellent value for the price. This Japanese buffet restaurant provides cold appetisers, sushi, sashimi and teppanyaki as well as cooked food such as noodles and rice dishes. Sukiyaki is an absolute must for meat enthusiasts; with beef slices accompanied by mushrooms, vegetables and raw egg yolks simmered in sweet-and-savory broth. Also try Japanese-Western fusion pasta which makes a tasty alternative to rice and noodles!
Desserts at the counter offer an assortment of jelly and pudding served in shooter glasses, mocha and pudding as well as an array of cakes. Their ice cream section also proves quite popular, particularly their tofu cheesecake – an irresistibly creamy treat made entirely out of tofu!
Kiseki offers an expansive sashimi selection, including salmon, tuna and yellowtail cuts as well as marinated top shell, clams and jelly fish sashimi items. Additionally, there is an impressive variety of cooked seafood choices from grilled salmon collar to garlic ribeye steak; be sure to book ahead to avoid standing in walk-in queues! To guarantee yourself the best dining experience at this busy spot.