Halal Buffets in Singapore and Etiquettes We need to Know

Buffets are something that people really enjoy. During events or special celebrations, people usually have buffets because they find it more suitable and convenient. Some people though only eat Halal food, but that’s not a problem because Singapore has restaurants who offer us lunch buffets. Later on, we are going to tell you more about them and about buffet etiquettes too which we really need.

But first, let us introduce one of the most unique halal dining experiences in Singapore. At Bay Hotel Singapore, Indonesian food with a modern twist is served as a lunch buffet. You can enjoy your lunch while admiring Sentosa island that is in the vicinity. If you love Indonesian food, you should not miss this out. Check their site out for more details: http://www.bayhotelsingapore.com/dining/

So to start, Daniel Food Diary will tell us about ten buffets in Singapore that are Halal-certified.

10 Halal Buffets In Singapore – All-You-Can-Eat Restaurants That Are Halal-Certified

These are some of the Best MUIS Halal certified Buffet restaurants in Singapore, where you can get together with family, friends and colleagues for a jolly good time and feast.

Primary hotel buffet focused, with a few located in shopping malls. Let me know if there are any other recommended Halal Buffet Restaurants to be featured.

StraitsKitchen

Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road, Lobby Level, Singapore 228211

Opening Hours: 6:30am -10:30am, 12pm – 2:30pm, 6:30 – 10:30pm (Mon-Fri)

6:30am – 11am, 12pm – 3pm, 6:30pm – 10:30pm (Sat, Sun & PH)

 

StraitsKitchen is a familiar name to many Singaporean foodies, and is where we would bring foreign guests to have all the best of local delicacies in one place.

The Laksa, Tandoori and Butter Chicken, Satay, Beef Rendang, Carrot Cake, Hainanese Chicken and Pandan Kaya Cake (just naming some) continue to be my favourites. Read more here.

There are ten certified Halal restaurants given above and if ever we are interested in one of those restaurants, we can find their address, contact numbers, opening hours, and rates above. Now if we are looking for affordable buffets, we still have them. Syaza Amalina is going to tell us about ten of the best and affordable Halal buffets in Singapore that are under SGD30.

10 Of The Best (And Affordable) Halal Buffets In Singapore Under SGD30

Singapore is known as a food paradise and if you’re a Muslim traveller looking for halal food here, no worries! From hawker food to restaurants, there are plenty of options to choose from. This includes the rising popularity for halal buffets!

Buffets can be relatively pricey due to the spread they have, so here’s 10 halal buffets that will make both your tummy and pocket happy😋

  1. Seoul Garden (Halal-certified)

Most locals in Singapore would be familiar with this! In case you’re not, Seoul Garden is a halal-certified buffet restaurant, popular for their signature marinated Korean meat, served in a buffet-style format. Their spread includes marinated meat, seafood, sushi, cooked food, cakes and desserts (ice-cream) to complete your meal😆Each table comes with a grill and steamboat set with a soup of your choice. Read more here.

Great! We can now avail of a buffet at a certain budget. The food in the pictures look really delicious and pricey but we can actually have them at lower costs. There are already information about these restaurants so you could already easily locate them. Next up, we are going to talk about one important thing – buffet etiquette. The Table Agent is going to give us a guide on how to buffet.

How to Buffet: A Complete Guide to All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Etiquette

I am a people watcher. Everywhere I go, I have a strange compulsion to observe not only my surroundings, but also what is going on around me. Having just returned from five days in Las Vegas, I had the opportunity to dine at five different buffets, which allowed for a fair amount of people watching. I made many observations that were startling, appalling, and downright baffling. There seems to be something about dining at an all-you-can-eat buffet that brings out the worst of people. The reptilian mind must take over with some people when they are around all of that readily available food.

I make it a point to abide by the social morays set forth in these United States of America as often as possible. To call out a poor showing of etiquette with a sharp, “hey, we’re trying to have a society here!” is not uncommon for me. Some people live in ignorance of the politeness required from all parties involved when communal dining, and for those, I have a list of points I would like to make so that we may all live and dine in harmony. For many, these guidelines are moot. They are the kind of things people may roll their eyes at, while thinking to themselves, “well yeah, no duh.” But I wouldn’t be writing this if I wasn’t so surprised at how many people I saw blatantly ignoring these seemingly obvious guidelines. Read more here.

One important tip given is that we should not get what we cannot finish. It would actually be rude and is a lot of waste if you get a lot of food and wouldn’t eat it all. You actually deserve a penalty for that. Anyways, all those tips and reminder on how to buffet should be applied at all times. Now if you visit one of the buffet restaurants mentioned above or any other buffet restaurants you now know what you have to do and you also have to remind your companions about it.