50% off Fairmont Singapore’s halal buffet — free-flow seafood, roasted meats from S$39 per pax

By Evan Mua January 18, 2023
50% off Fairmont Singapore’s halal buffet — free-flow seafood, roasted meats from S$39 per pax
Feast on Fairmont Singapore’s halal buffet at half the price. Photo: Asian Market Cafe/Instagram

Missed diving into free-flow self-service buffets during the pandemic? Us, too. 

Thankfully, these lavish spreads have been back on the menu, and many restaurants have been picking up the pace to offer diners a spectacular feast that will leave them groaning in satisfaction.

If you are looking to indulge in some good old all-you-can-eat buffet, here’s some good news — halal-certified Asian Market Cafe at Fairmont Singapore is offering its buffet spread at 50 per cent off!

The deal will last until March 21, and it is eligible for diners who are Accor Plus or Amex Love Dining members, or OCBC, DBS/POSB, UOB and CIMB creditcard holders. It is available only for a minimum of two adults and a maximum of eight.

With its lunch buffet priced at S$78 per adult from Monday to Friday, and its dinner buffet at S$84 per adult from Monday to Thursday and S$88 from Friday to Sunday, this means you’d just have to fork out S$39 per pax for a lunch buffet, and S$42 or S$44 for a dinner buffet!

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A tantalising spread of fresh seafood. Photo: Asian Market Cafe/Instagram

Asian Market Cafe is known for its range of local favourites and contemporary regional delicacies. 

Tuck into its selection of fresh seafood that includes cooked prawn, mud crab, half shell scallop, and the perennial favourite of salmon sashimi.

Not to be missed are its live stations that serve pipinghot grilled satay and yuan yang chicken, and hearty meats such as the slowroasted spiced leg of lamb and oat-crusted Norwegian king salmon.

If you prefer to put your own spin on hawker classics, head to the DIY stations that allow you to customise your own “black & white” rojak and cook a warm bowl of Singapore laksa, just the way you like it.

Of course, no buffet is complete without dessert. Asian Market Cafe has an array of lip-smacking treats to end your meal on a sweet note.

This includes Nyonya confectioneries such as kueh talam ketan (a traditional steamed snack made of a rice flour, coconut milk and other ingredients), ang ku kueh, kueh lapis and kueh rainbow — not to mention delectable cakes such as the pandan kaya cake and the cafe’s signature durian pengat.

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Kuehs available for dessert. Photo: Asian Market Cafe/Instagram

Do note that the prices mentioned above are for the month of January.

Come February, there will be a small price adjustment. The lunch buffet will go for S$84 per adult, and the dinner buffet will go for S$90 per adult from Monday to Thursday and S$98 from Friday to Sunday. 

The discount is also not available on the eve of public holidays, public holidays and special occasions, and is not applicable for children’s price.

Book a ride to Asian Market Cafe at Fairmont Singapore.

Asian Market Cafe

Fairmont Singapore, Level 2, 80 Bras Basah Road
Nearest MRT stations: Esplanade and City Hall
Open: Monday to Friday (12pm to 2.30pm, 6pm to 10pm), Saturday and Sunday (12pm to 4pm, 6pm to 10pm)

Fairmont Singapore, Level 2, 80 Bras Basah Road
Nearest MRT stations: Esplanade and City Hall
Open: Monday to Friday (12pm to 2.30pm, 6pm to 10pm), Saturday and Sunday (12pm to 4pm, 6pm to 10pm)


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Evan Mua

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