Sakura International Buffet Restaurant:
A Great-value Buffet!

If you like good-value buffets,
you'll like Sakura International Buffet Restaurant!


On this page: [Recommended dishes] [Branches & Reservation] [Buffet Prices]


My good friend, Kevin, highly recommended the Sakura International Buffet Restaurant to me. So on a Friday evening, we visited the branch at Yio Chu Kang Stadium. We enjoyed one of the best buffets I've encountered in Singapore. And we weren't alone - the restaurant was packed to overflowing!

Sakura, in my opinion, has succeeded on a very simple formula: provide great value for money. This is how they do it:

1. use ingredients that are fresh and of good quality,
2. provide a great variety of dishes, and
3. offer the whole thing as a buffet at an unbeatable price.

If you are looking for a 'cheap and good buffet in Singapore', Sakura International Buffet Restaurant is as good as it can get. Their prices are hard to beat - even the most expensive meal over the weekend is under S$30 per pax, with all taxes included.

Recommended Dishes
@ Sakura International Buffet Restaurant

If you have a huge appetite, Sakura is your food paradise. But if, like me, you have a limited stomach, you'll need to prioritise. Here's my list of must-try dishes:

  1. Grilled selections:
    barbecued baby squid, salmon, rib-eye steak, lamp chops.

  2. Baked oysters and mussels

    Sakura International Buffet Restaurant - Barbecued squids and baked oysters.
    Photo: Baked oysters & barbecued baby squids.

  3. Crayfish laksa

    Sakura International Buffet Restaurant - Crayfish laksa.
    Photo: Crayfish laksa.

  4. Seafood platter: half-shell scallops and chilled prawns.

  5. Sushi and sashimi

    Sakura International Buffet Restaurant - Seafood platter.
    Photo: Seafood platter of half-shell scallops, prawns,
    and salmon/tuna sashimi.

  6. Shark's fin soup

  7. Dessert: black sasame mochi (Japanese pastry)

Note also that Sakura's beverages are all free-flow: soft drinks, coffee, tea and ice cream. Their spread of desserts is limited but you'll find their Japanese pastries hard to resist. Yes, it's kimochi!

Is there a downside to Sakura International Buffet Restaurant? Well, compared to the more sophisticated hotel restaurants, Sakura is quite noisy. But heck, you can't win them all!




Branches & Opening Hours:

Opening Hours (All branches):

Lunch: 12pm - 2.30pm
Dinner: 6pm - 9.30pm

Halal-certified Branches of Sakura International Buffet Restaurant:

Downtown East
1 Pasir Ris Close #02-02
Phone: 6755 8197

Clementi Woods Park
93A Clementi Road
Phone: 6474 8197

Jurong West Sports & Recreation Centre
20 Jurong West St 93 #02-06/07
Phone: 6899 8197

Admiralty Park
31 Riverside Road
Phone: 6368 8197

Cairnhill Place Convenient for Visitors!!!
15 Cairnhill Road #02-01
Phone: 6733 8917

Yio Chu Kang Stadium
210 Ang Mo Kio Ave 9 #01-208
Phone: 6754 8197

Non-halal Branches of Sakura International Buffet Restaurant:

Dhoby Ghaut Green
10 Penang Road #01-02
Phone: 6334 8197

Omni Theatre
21 Jurong Town Hall Road
Phone: 6566 8197

Safra Tampines
1A Tampines St 92 #01-00
Phone: 6784 8197

Shaw Plaza Twin Heights
360 Balestier Road #04-01
Phone: 6736 8197

 

Reservations are strongly advised!

Sakura International Buffet Restaurant
- Buffet Prices

Buffet Prices

Cairnhill Place & Dhoby Ghaut Green Branches:

Lunch: $22.00+
Dinner: $26.00+

Kids below 12 years old: $11.90+

Other Branches:

Lunch: $20.00+
Dinner: $24.00+

Kids below 12 years old: $10.90+

Note:

  1. Prices subject to 7% GST.
  2. Add $2.00 per adult for Friday nights, weekends, eve of public holidays and public holidays.



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Page updated on 24 February 2009.


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