The season for the King of Fruits is back! Check out these buffets with
durian offerings, with one choice selection (all durian!) at $58.

ELLENBOROUGH MARKET CAFÉ

Featuring a series of daily buffets (lunch: Mon-Fri $38++, Sat-Sun $48++; dinner: Mon-Thu $48++, Fri-Sun $52++), the long-time establishment is well-known not just for Peranakan food but their durian based desserts as well. Smooth, creamy, and filled with bits of durian meat, the bowl of classic durian pengat is always the fastest to empty out.

Level 1 Swissotel Merchant Court, 20 Merchant Road. Tel: 6239 1848

 

FEAST @ EAST

Another buffet popular for their Peranakan dishes (lunch: Mon-Sun $41++; dinner: Mon-Thu $44, Fri-Sun $46). Rich and velvety, the durian pengat here is bursting with sweet fragrant creamy goodness. If the paste is not your thing, check out the famed fluffy durian cakes (which you can also buy from the deli). It’s just as good as eating the fruit without the hassle of dealing with the clean-up.

Level 3 Grand Mercure Roxy Hotel, 50 East Coast Road. Tel: 6340 5665

 

GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL

Going strong for over 30 years now, the Goodwood Park Hotel Durian Fiesta runs till 2 Aug. Bringing back favourites like the durian cappuccino cake and Mao Shan Wang horn for regular purchase, Coffee Lounge is offering a durian buffet available for both lunch and dinner (daily lunch, 12-2.30; dinner, 6-10.30; $35.80++ for dessert buffet with durian pastries only, $28.80++ for top-up of dessert buffet with durian pastries with any a la carte main course order). And make sure to check out the durian pancakes piping hot from the live station!

Goodwood Park Hotel, 22 Scotts Road. Tel: 6730 1746

 

SIN YEE WANG*

Located right smack in the heartlands of Toa Payoh, this fruit stall has been causing a stir with their all-youcan-eat durian fest. Priced at a flat $58, spend the hour chowing down on as much Maoshan King, D24 and Golden Phoenix as you want.

#01-21 Blk 211 Lor 8 Toa Payoh. Tel: 6258 2054

 

STRAITS CAFÉ

A vital part of their buffet line up, the durian dishes stand out from the crowd. From the soft, rich, velvety durian pengat to the durian pudding cake filled with pulpy durian bits, it’s the perfect way to top off a scrumptious seafood buffet (lunch: Mon-Sat $42++, Sun: 48++; dinner: Mon-Thu $50++, Fri-Sun $55++).

Level 1 Rendezvous Grand Hotel Singapore, 9 Bras Basah Road. Tel: 6335 1771