Carnivorious friends, don’t miss out on our list of 15 meat-alicious spreads. Featuring Brazilian churrascaria, Korean BBQ, Japanese shabu-shabu and even a free-flow steak dinner.


Brazil Churrasco

The original churrascaria haunt, Brazil Churrasco is
a feast for all occasions. Picture an endless waltz of choice roasts and grills from the passadors (meat waiters)—fall-off-the-bone beef short ribs, smoked duck breast, succulent chicken thighs, moist beef topside and a range of flavourful offal. Hit the chromatic salad bar for a fresh assortment of legumes and salads. A great place for a birthday celebration ($49++, 6-11pm), you’ll find the cheery wait staff serenading the lucky individual with Portuguese birthday tunes. 16 Sixth Avenue. Tel: 6463 1923


The restaurant is a whirl of charming waiters dishing out rotisserie fare and a hearty crowd savouring succulent meats freshly sliced onto their platters. The buffet ($34++, 12-3pm at selected outlets only; $49++, 6-11pm) includes garlic beef tenderloin with bacon, pork belly, honey ham, grilled fish fillet, and the irresistible honey pineapple. Complement the 14 meaty offerings with original garnishes such as farofa, a smoky sprinkle incorporating toasted semolina, and an array of hot and cold appetisers, including feijoada, the Brazilian national dish. At all outlets, including #01-80 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Avenue. Tel: 6688 7429


Ju Shin Jung

Located in an old school courtyard, this BBQ buffet (lunch 12-2pm, $32++; dinner Mon-Thu 5-11pm, $38++, Sat-Sun & PH $42++) includes seasoned sliced beef, pork belly, marinated chicken and tiger prawns. A selection of soup is also available on the side. #01-30 Robertson Walk, 11 Unity Street. Tel: 6235 6787


Come here for a view of Orchard Road and one of the cheapest Korean BBQ buffets around (lunch 11.30am- 3pm $14.99++, dinner 5-10pm $24.99++). Cooked food such as fried chicken wings are offered, but it’s the marinated beef short ribs and pork collars that you want to head straight for. #07-01 Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Road. Tel: 6884 7282


Ssikkek serves up well-marinated meats and a wide variety of food at extremely reasonable prices (weekday lunch 11.30am-2.30pm, $14++, weekend lunch and daily dinner 5-10.30pm, $24++), which explains their popularity. Eating here can be quite an intense experience with large crowds and poor ventilation, so come prepared. #B1-14/15/16 United Square Shopping Mall, 101 Thomson Road. Tel: 6254 8123



Opened by young duo, Masui and Tshuchiya, the restaurant is frequented by Japanese expats during dinner time. expect endless rounds of pork and A5 Wagyu loin shabu-shabu, coupled with rich, nourishing soup stock. The A5 Wagyu beef with its detailed marbling, is especially fresh and strong in umami. Apart from the meat, there is a wide choice of vegetables and udon to complement the dinner buffet ($24++ for pork shabu shabu, $49.80++ for Wagyu beef shabu-shabu). #0112/13, 30 Robertson Quay. Tel: 6737 6863


Available only at their OneKM outlet, must tries for this buffet includes the sirloin steak with salted pepper, aged miso beef tongue as well as their beef of the day, marinated with either garlic miso or shio garlic (Mon- Fri, dinner 5.30-11pm, weekend and PH lunch 12-4pm, $42.90++). The buffet also comes with a range of hot, cold and grilled appetisers such as spicy cold tofu and scallops in butter and soy sauce, also including soups, rice and dessert. #01-16 OneKM Shopping Mall, 11 Tanjong Katong Road. Tel: 6362 4001

Rock U

The hip and industrial space is home to a live charcoal grill experience (12-3pm, Mon-Fri $15.90++, Sat-Sun $18.90++; 5.30-11pm, Fri-Sun $32.90++). The buffet island serves hot cooked food such as fried chicken, edamame, chawanmushi, and garlic fried rice. But the main star is the meats, made up of a selection of beef and pork parts, three types of seafood, bacon and chicken. don’t forget your sauces such as spicy miso, ponzu and sweet miso. #04-06 Bugis+, 201 Victoria Street. Tel: 6634 3313

Shabu Sai

You’ll get a beautiful presentation of vegetables, meats, sushi, seafood and more at this shabu-shabu and sukiyaki hotpot buffet (11.30-2.30pm: $16.99++, Mon-Fri; $19.99++ Sat-Sun, eve of & PH; 6-9.45pm: $24.99++, Mon-Thu; $29.99++, Fri-Sun, eve of & PH). Look out for their soup of the month (past special: traditional mala hotpot) in addition to their regular seven broths, which include sukiyaki soup and tonkotsu soup. drinks and ice-cream at an additional $1.99++. #08-09/10/11 Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Road. Tel: 6884 6760


In addition to the kombu stock and simmered kelp broth, more exotic soups such as to-unyu (soybean) miso and even a Singapore inspired laksa base add to the variety of this daily buffet ($18.90++ Mon-Fri, 11.30-3.59pm; dinner 4-9.30pm $26.90). Choose from beef, chicken or pork, along with other ingredients such as udon and seafood shcakes. Various outlets including #01-35 Kallang Wave Mall, 1 Stadium Place. Tel: 6702 1752


Wake up to a dizzying plethora of Wagyu and Angus cuts and Kurobuta pork at Tajimaya’s brunch buffet ($45.90++, Sat-Sun, PH 11.30am-4pm). Specialising in charcoal grill yakiniku, the selection includes Wagyu short plate, Angus loin and Angus sirloin. Fans of Kurobuta grills can look forward to the unctuous and tasty belly, collar and loin dishes. #01-102/103 VivoCity, 1 Harbourfront Walk. Tel: 6377 0070

Tenkaichi Wagyu

Have a merry Wagyu fest at this one-of-a-kind buffet ($99.80++, 5.30-10pm). The selection includes premium plates like Wagyu sashimi, Wagyu tataki and quality portions such as beef rib nger, short ribs, beef belly and ox tongue. The star of the spread is Wagyu yukke, raw beef mixed with a avour-packed marinade and raw egg, which is appetising and has an almost melt-in-your-mouth consistency. #03-129 Marina Square Shopping Mall, 6 Raffles Boulevard. Tel: 6250 8918


Kublai Khan

Kublai Khan (lunch 11.30-3pm, Mon-Thu $18++, Fri- Sun $29++; dinner 6-10pm, Mon-Thu $20++, Fri-Sun $30.80++) offers traditional Mongolian BBQ, which comprises of freshly sliced meat, vegetables and various sauces, prepared before your eyes by the chef. The buffet also features international fare, sashimi and desserts. #02-01 Yellow Zone, Clarke Quay Central, 6 eu Tong Sen Street. Tel: 6334 4888



Dallas offers a prime rib steak a la carte buffet on the weekends for both their lunch and dinner. ($45++, 12-3pm, 6-10pm, limited to 45 sets.) The speciality dallas fries and coleslaw are also re llable during your two hour buffet seating so you can feast to your heart’s content. Choose from black pepper, speciality BBQ or mushroom sauces for your steak. #03-302/303 Suntec City Sky garden, Tower 5, 3 Temasek Boulevard. Tel: 6333 4068

The Carvery

indulge in roasts and various cuts of meat at an affordable price at Park Hotel Alexandria’s The Carvery (Sun-Thu 12-3pm lunch $38++, dinner $52++, Fri-Sat 6-10pm dinner $62++). You’ll be spoilt for choice with the slew of meats like beef, chicken, lamb and pork. To accompany your meaty buffet is a range of side dishes, including Yorkshire pudding (only available for dinner) as well as hot dishes like seafood bouillabaisse marinara and wood-fired pizzas. Level 7 Park Hotel Alexandria, 323 Alexandra Road. Tel: 6828 8880