We found 9 of them.

The Landmark ($35.31)

We love the abundance of indian and Mediterranean flavours of the Halal buffet at The Landmark (Mon-Thu $30++, Fri-Sun $35++). Even though there are no live stations on weekdays, you’ll still be able to enjoy other highlights like assorted naan, tandoori chicken and vegetable dalcha. Love salads? At least 12 types are served every day, including Greek, Persian shirazi, and Thai seafood. At the goreng goreng station, deep-fried items such as vada and epok epok are accompanied by various dips, while the dessert section offers tempting treats like gulab jamun and pulut hitam.

Level 5, Village Hotel Bugis, 390 Victoria Street. Tel: 6299 7786

The FernTree Cafe ($37.55)

Only during dinner (1 for 1: Mon-Thu $63.80++, Fri-Sun $73.80++) will you get to enjoy unlimited servings of U.S. oysters and free-flow Chang beer at The FernTree Cafe. The cosy coffeehouse also offers seafood on ice such as mussels, scallops and tiger prawns; live stations serving noodles, sashimi and carved meats; dim sum and freshly made pastries.

Level 1, Hotel Miramar Singapore, 401 Havelock Road. Tel: 6631 3021

Azur ($38.25)

Azur at Crowne Plaza Changi Airport boasts a chic interior and open kitchen (1 for 1 with any credit card: Mon-Thu $65++) where you can catch the chefs at work. There are meat dishes such as braised pork belly, Peking duck and chicken malai kebab; fresh seafood includes flower crabs and Boston lobsters; and dessert options range from warm chocolate pudding to Asian sweet treats. Birthday party packages with semi-private dining spaces are available.

Level 2, Crowne Plaza Changi Airport, 75 Airport Boulevard. Tel: 6823 5354

Spice Brasserie ($42.37)

For unrivalled variety and unlimited portions of hawker fare without breaking a sweat (read: air-con), head to Spice Brasserie. Their Authentic Zi Char dinner (Mon-Wed $36++) features live stations where chefs imbue your chosen ingredients with wok hei. Dig into spicy Indonesian prawns in claypot, assorted stir-fried vegetables, BBQ stingray, KL Hokkien mee, and more. On weekends, the Local Seafood delights buffet (Thu-Sun $65++, $200++ for four pax) presents an indulgent spread of lobster laksa, salted egg crab and asam pedas stingray.

Level 1, PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road, 181 Kitchener Road. Tel: 6428 3160

Atrium Restaurant ($45.90)

For the month of November, Atrium Restaurant goes full-on Peranakan (Sun-Thu $78++ for two, Fri-Sat $88 for two). Tuck into classics like ayam buah keluak, beef rendang, chilli crayfish and Nyonya laksa. Needless to say, your meal will end with a sweet smorsgasbord of Nyonya kueh, durian mousse and DIY chendol. Kids under 12 eat for free.

Level 4, Holiday inn Singapore Atrium, 317 Outram Road. Tel: 6731 7172

Saltwater ($45.90)

Set amid the lush greenery of Changi Village, Saltwater has an al fresco dining area that overlooks Changi Golf Club. Its buffet spread (Mon-Thu $39++, Fri-Sun $48++) offers freshly picked garden greens and snow crabs, along with local favourites like ayam masak merah, cereal prawns and Nyonya sea bass. Till end November, enjoy a selection of Thai delights such as gai yang (grilled chicken) and gang phed (red curry).

Level 1, Village Hotel Changi, 1 Netheravon Road. Tel: 6379 7018

21 on Rajah ($47.08)

The Mediterr-Asian ‘Pasar’ dinner buffet (Mon-Thu $40++, Fri-Sun $45++) at 21 on Rajah transports you to the street markets of North Africa and the Middle East with fattoush salad, Arabic mezze and tajine dishes. Other offerings include New Zealand prime ribeye, seafood paella and an impressive dessert table with churros, waffles and French pastries.

Level 1, Days Hotel Singapore at Zhongshan Park, 1 Jalan Rajah. Tel: 6808 6847

Flavours at Zhongshan Park ($47.08)

Hawkerlicious pleasures await at Flavours at Zhongshan Park (Mon-Thu $40++, Fri-Sun $45++). Expect double-boiled Chinese soups and roast meats such as char siew and pork belly. At the dinner-only seafood wok station, take your pick of fresh catch like clams, snapper and mud crabs, then have the chef cook them in signature sauces such as black pepper and asam curry.

Level 1, Ramada Singapore at Zhongshan Park. Tel: 6808 6846

Blue Jasmine ($49.43)

Available three days a week (Thu-Sat $42++), Blue Jasmine’s newly launched Anchan Thai buffet ( anchan is Thai for blue pea flower) showcases the cuisines of various regions of Thailand—the roast chicken with smoked chilli sauce is an Esarn (Northeastern) dish, while the yellow curry with tiger prawns and betel leaves comes from the South. There are also various live stations serving Thai noodle soup, Thai “teh tarik” and durian sticky rice.

Level 5, Park Hotel Farrer Park, 10 Farrer Park Station Road. Tel: 6824 8851