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25 Best Seafood Buffet in Singapore Worth Queuing for

Looking for the best seafood buffet Singapore has to offer to satisfy your craving for your favorite seafood buffet dishes full of lobsters, crabs, shellfish or tiger prawns? Then you’ve got to check out the list of seafood buffet restaurants below.

Sea & Blue

Credit: Sea and Blue

For their no limits of offers of Alaska King Crab legs to the fresh oysters, Sea & Blue restaurant has a wide range of cuisines that cater to your tastes. The culture spans from Japanese to Italian style. There are thick slices of salmon and tuna in its sashimi offerings. Weekday dinners are priced at $58++. At a posh location such as Marina Bay Sands, this is certainly a reasonable price.

AddressShoppes at Marina Bay,
2 Bayfront Ave #B2-01/01A,
Singapore 018972
Contact6688 7165
Opening Hours11:30 AM – 3:00 PM,
5:30 PM – 10:30 PM


Credit: Pan Pacific Singapore

Do you want to be hooked at edge? Well, Edge restaurant has a seafood-themed buffet called Hooked At Edge, which features cooked and cold seafood like the Maine lobster, salted egg crab and the fish head curry. If you want non seafood in your diet, there is the Surf & Turf buffet that is served every Tuesday night. You can have good meat like wagyu rump, as well as seafood based Alaskan King Crabs.
Address7 Raffles Blvd,
Level 3 Pan Pacific,
Singapore 039595
Contact6826 8240
Opening HoursSunday 12–3pm, 6–10pm
Monday 12–2:30pm, 6–10pm
Tuesday 12–2:30pm, 6–10pm
Wednesday 12–2:30pm, 6–10pm
Thursday 12–2:30pm, 6–10pm
Friday 12–2:30pm, 6–10pm
Saturday 12–2:30pm, 6–10pm

Colony At Ritz Carlton

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Do you want not only fresh seafood, but also seafood prepared freshly at your front? Colony is a seafood restaurant that offers such buffet to make you open your mind of wonders! Prawns, king crabs, scallops, oysters and more cold cut kinds of seafood are presented to thrill your buffet dining experience. You can get such buffet at $78++ from Sundays to Thursdays.

AddressThe Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
7 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039799
Contact6434 5288
Opening Hours

Rise (MBS)

Credit: Marina Bay Sands

Tuesday is the best day of the week for seafood because Rise offers Seafood Nights on Tuesday, offering plentiful fresh seafood. The attractive food of the restaurant is the Whole Poached Salmon offered in the buffet. The whole buffet set costs $72++.

Address10 Bayfront Ave,
Tower 1 Lobby Hotel,
Marina Bay Sands,
Singapore 018956
Contact6688 5525
Opening Hours6:30am–10:30pm

Plaza Brasserie

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Plaza Brasserie offers a seafood-themed buffet dinner with yet another live station whereby the chef can cook your crabs and lobsters in front of your sight. The hot dishes from the Treasures Of The Sea are mostly cooked in Asian style with steamed fish and fish head curry. An interesting thing is that there is also the cold station where the seafood is put on ice area. One of the most tantalising from the cold station is the salmon sashimi with great fats that can melt really naturally well inside your mouth.

Address7500 Beach Rd,
Singapore 199591
Contact6505 5710
Opening Hours6am–10pm

Triple Three

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Fresh seafood really rules this restaurant with a variety of seafood such as Alaskan King Crab legs, clams, mussels, prawns and Boston lobsters. How about getting them at $88++ for dinner during weekdays? At Mandarin Orchard hotel, this is a reasonable price certainly! The buffet here is Japanese-inspired with good sashimi variety to gratify your dining pleasure. Swordfish and yellowtail are some of the sashimi you can really enjoy from!

Address333 Orchard Road
Level 5 @ Mandarin Orchard
Singapore 238867
Contact6831 6271
Opening HoursSunday 12–3pm, 6:30–10pm
Monday 6:30–10pm
Tuesday 6:30–10pm
Wednesday 6:30–10pm
Thursday 6:30–10pm
Friday 6:30–10pm
Saturday 12–3pm, 6:30–10pm

Seasonal Tastes

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How about a seafood buffet with a bird’s eye view of the great Singapore skyline? Seasonal Tastes can offer so at the 32nd floor of Westin Singapore. Fridays would be good for Seafood Night. You can enjoy the varied fresh seafood of snow crabs, Boston lobsters, Canadian oysters and mud crab. If you want hotter seafood, you can have them cooked and grilled by the chef and make them on the spot for you.

AddressThe Westin Singapore, Level 32,
Asia Square, 12 Marina View,
Singapore 018961
Contact6922 6968
Opening Hours6:30am–1:30pm

Lime Restaurant

Credit: Lime at PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering

This restaurant is well known for Lobsterfest. It has a regular buffet too, with dinner one having a wider variety of food than lunch. Lunch buffet is limited with only oysters, prawns and salmon sashimi. There are also chilli crabs, which have sweet and spicy sauce and lots of meat.

3 Upper Pickering St,
Singapore 058289
Contact6809 8899
Opening Hours
Sunday 7–11am, 12:30–5:30pm, 6:30–10pm
Monday 7–10:30am, 12–2:30pm, 3–5:30pm, 6:30–10pm
Tuesday 7–10:30am, 12–2:30pm, 3–5:30pm, 6:30–10pm
Wednesday 7–10:30am, 12–2:30pm, 3–5:30pm, 6:30–10pm
Thursday 7–10:30am, 12–2:30pm, 3–5:30pm, 6:30–10pm
Friday 7–10:30am, 12–2:30pm, 3–5:30pm, 6:30–10pm
Saturday 7–11am, 12–10pm

The Line

With fresh seafood, even with limited variety, The Line has great seafood buffet full of superb quality oysters, which are freshly made in front of you. Their Marine Harvest-themed buffets come every Tuesday and Thursday and they can give you unlimited drink assortments of beer, soft drinks, juices and even wine.

AddressShangri-La Hotel,
22 Orange Grove Rd,
Lower Lobby, Tower Wing,
Singapore 258350
Contact6213 4398
Opening Hours12-2.30pm, 6-10pm

J65, Hotel Jen Tanglin

Credit: J65 – Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Rows of delightful seafood selections are available on Seafood Mania nights, held on Fridays and Saturdays. Especially great are the crab buffet and lobster buffet. On display are fresh prawns, mussels and clams. What is even more captivating is the chili crab which is the signature dish filled with stir-fried ginger, chili sauce and shallots.

Address1A Cuscaden Road Singapore, Singapore 249716
Contact6831 4374
Opening Hours

The Kitchen Table

Do you want to enjoy seafood that is caught? Surely, you can do it here on every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. An event called Seafood From The Heart does just that. It features hot dishes of seafood cooked with rich Asian spices like the lobster tail tandoori and French bouillabaisse. All cost $88+ and you can enjoy a good view of Sentosa Cove Marina too.

AddressW Singapore,
Sentosa Cove
21 Ocean Way,
Sentosa, 098374
Contact6808 7268
Opening HoursMon- Thu: 6.30am – 10pm
Fri – Sun: 6.30am – 10.30pm

Hilton Singapore

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Irish oysters, Pacific oysters and a special called Fine de Claire are the 3 varieties of freshly shucked oysters offered in the high quality seafood buffet during brunch time. Available in the offer are also crayfish, shellfish and Maine lobsters.

AddressOpus Bar & Grill
581 Orchard Rd,
Singapore 238883
Contact6737 2233
Opening Hours

Marriott Cafe

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The hotel’s International Buffet has all the world’s best seafood, with a plethora of fresh oysters, crayfish, snow crabs and prawns. If these are not enough, there are also sushi and sashimi to go along with the scrumptious seafood buffet.

AddressSingapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
320 Orchard Rd,
Singapore 238865
Contact6831 4605
Opening Hours6–11am,

Mezza 9 Grand Hyatt Singapore

Credit: Singapore Grand Hyatt Hotel

Yet another hotel in Singapore that offers seafood buffet feast. The seafood offered is exotic in the spread with Scottish Brown Crab, Maine lobsters, Spencer Gulf Wild King Prawns and fresh shucked oysters on the table. With all the all-you-can-eat seafood buffet, Mezza 9 can be said to be a true adventure for seafood lovers.

Contact+65 6732 1234 
Opening HoursLunch
12:00pm – 2:30pm, daily
6:00pm – 10:00pm, daily
À La Minute Sunday Brunch
12:00pm – 3:00pm

Prego At Fairmont Singapore

An Italian buffet, Prego has a seafood buffet selection that captures your attention in a split minute. It is served warm as it is grilled. You can pair your seafood with tasty Italian fare that is going to heighten your gastronomic experience with much luxury.

AddressLevel 1, Fairmont Singapore
80 Bras Basah Road Singapore, 189560
Contact65 6431 6156
Opening Hours11.30am to 10.30pm

Melt Cafe

Credit: Melt Café at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Melt Cafe shows you the best highlights of the seafood buffet from all over the globe. A variety of seafood dishes is here for your decadent pleasure to dine whole period long. Sashimi made from high quality salmon adds to the seafood spread, giving the international seafood buffet better reasons for you to indulge in.

AddressMandarin Oriental Hotel, 5 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039797
Contact6885 3500
Opening Hours7:30–10:30am


Credit: Hungry Go Where

Another international seafood spread in a seafood restaurant. Oscar’s seafood can be found here on the ice counter with an exotic variety, such as Indonesian crabs, Chilean half-shell scallops and Canadian freshly shucked oysters. With such global variety, Oscar’s is really a trip around the world with the international spread better than that of Melt Cafe.
AddressConrad Centennial Singapore, 2 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038982
Contact6432 7481
Opening Hours7am–10:30pm


Credit: Carousel Buffet Singapore

Yet another global International Buffet. In fact, the seafood is actually the main highlight of the buffet. It has lots of crustaceans like crabs and lobsters, freshly served on ice. You get to enjoy the interior ambiance while you can slowly indulge yourself well into the food galore.
Address25 Scotts Rd, Royal Plaza, Singapore 228220
Contact6219 3780
Opening Hours12–2pm, 6:30–9:30pm

Buffet Town

Credit: Buffet Town International Buffet Restaurant

Located at the heart of the CBD area, this is where you can enjoy fresh marine fare when you need to unwind after a stressful work day. Shucked oysters and sashimi are what you can get among the seafood selection. There are also Western dishes like Aglio Olio and local fare like rojak. It is also sheltered from rainy weather as it is located at the basement of Raffles City mall.

AddressRaffles City, #B1-44E, 252 North Bridge Road
Contact(+65) 6837 3793
Opening Hours11.30am to 3pm daily (Last order at 2.30pm)
6pm to 10.00pm daily (Last order at 9.30pm)

M Hotel Buffet

Credit: Buffet Town International Buffet Restaurant

Over here is slightly different from the rest. You can enjoy the seafood buffet in the manner of shabu shabu with the steamboat buffet. Your favourite flavorful broth will be served together with the seafood, that includes black pepper crab and herb prawns in its menu. With such unique seafood buffet style, M Hotel is the place to go to.

Address81 Anson Rd, Singapore 079908
Contact6224 1133
Opening Hours

Spice Brasserie

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With records of 3 runs of the Battle of the Crab buffet instalment, Spice Brasserie goes 1 step upwards by introducing lobsters to the family of crustaceans in their buffet series. The dinner buffet, which is called ‘The Union of Crabs and Lobsters’, has over 7 lobster dish flavours, as well as its usual Black Pepper and Chili Crabs.
AddressPARKROYAL On Kitchener Road, 181 Kitchener Rd, Singapore 208533
Contact6428 3160
Opening HoursSunday 12–3pm, 6–9:30pm
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday 6–9:30pm
Saturday 12–3pm, 6–9:30pm

Four Points Eatery

Credit: Four Points by Sheraton Singapore, Riverview

Located at Sheraton Singapore, Four Points offers a good al fresco buffet all day round with a romantic view of the Singapore River. The seafood spread of buffet can be offered during lunch and dinner daily. 

With about 20 items on the buffet list, 80% of them are mainly seafood-based, with an oyster shucking station and live prawn station on dinner times and weekends. There are other items that will also thrill you – grilled squid, grilled stingray, NZ Mussels in Pot and some steamed, baked or grilled fresh fish. You can also get the cold seafood items like fresh salmon, tuna and tako which are made for you upon requests. Other items to look out for are the snow crabs and scallops with many types of dips available.

Address382 Havelock Road, Robertson Quay, 169629
Contact6349 4872
Opening Hours6am to 10pm

Todai International Seafood and Sushi Buffet Restaurant

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Being the 1st in Southeast Asia, Todai offers the best upscale seafood buffet, including signature snow crab legs and a ubiquitous sushi selection (nigiri and maki). This restaurant is really a great destination for Japanese food lovers, especially those who love their luxurious offers.

Address2 Bayfront Avenue, #B2-01, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands (1.17 km)
018972 Singapore, Singapore
Contact6222 0120
Opening Hours

The Three Peacocks

Credit: The Three Peacocks At Labrador Park

This seafood restaurant is just right next to the nature hiking spots, which are Labrador Park and Southern Ridges. Tired hikers or joggers can come to this restaurant located at a corner of Port Road to indulge in the feast to fill their hungry stomachs. From $50 onwards, the seafood BBQ buffet offers a myriad of seafood like the baby lobsters, crabs, crayfish, prawns and many other delicious seafood items – all for good grill on the BBQ hot plate for a night of seafood feast!

Address8 Port Rd, Labrador Park, Singapore 117540
Contact6251 0213
Opening Hours5–11pm

Vienna International Seafood and Teppanyaki Buffet Restaurant

Credit: Vienna International Seafood & Teppanyaki Buffet Restaurant

There is a wide variety of international seafood cuisine with the Chinese spicy crabs and oat prawns, and Western style oysters. Their buffet prices are affordable, from $39.90, plus some regular discounts to enjoy periodically too.

Address101 Thomson Rd # B1-01, United Square, 307591
Contact6254 6686
Opening Hours11.30am – 3pm
5.30 – 10pm

Have you tried any of the seafood buffet listed above? What do you think of their food quality, ambience and customer service? Or do your choices differ from ours? 

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