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Guests pay $38 for 100 minutes; one of the longest dinning time of the lot. It is available on Fridays and Saturdays, 6 to 10pm. One Rochester pampers guests with a free flow of Sydney rock oyster and shots of alcoholic beverages including vodka, gin, tequila and rum.
For a 60 minute Buffet Lunch, guests pay $20.90. For Early Bird Feast, guests pay $37.90 instead of $43.90 at Great World City and $33.90 instead of $39.90 at Suntec City and Jurong Point.
For Last Hour Feast, guests pay $28.90 instead of $43.90 at Great World City and $24.90 instead of $39.90 at Suntec City and Jurong Point.
Zhou’s Kitchen, Goument Buffet specialises in Chinese cuisine. It includes signature items such as steamed crab with glutinous rice and fermented rice wine chicken. There is also a cold seafood station offering fresh mussels and salmon sashimi.
At VivoCity, guests pay $36 instead of the usual $42 on weekdays and $39 instead of $45 on weekends. While at Chijmes, guests pay $39 instead of $45 daily.
Pay $23 if you finish your meal in or under 30 minutes. Don’t fret, if you are not comfortable with gorging your food, you can choose to pay additional $0.70 for every minute after 30 minutes. Maximum price capped at $45, which is the usual price for the buffet lunch.
Buffet in Singapore, tagline “eat-all-you-want” at your own sweet time may soon be a thing of the past. The latest winning marketing formula to hit Singapore is Express Buffet. So what is express buffet? Aptly, to eat as fast as you can with a certain time limit specified by the restaurant.
The economic downturn has prompted this Food & Beverage (F&B) service sector to think out of the box. A new marketing effort to get patrons to dig into their pockets and spend.