12 places for exciting free-flow food in Singapore

12 places for exciting free-flow food in Singapore
PHOTO: Shan Wee

Sometimes, even when you've had the meal you've been craving all week, you can end up still feeling unsatisfied because it was just not enough.

Say goodbye to days like these with this list of the most exciting free-flow food available around Singapore.

It's not just veggies and soups - think steaks, chawanmushi and prata served to your heart's content.

Steaks

Where: Dallas Restaurant & Bar

03-302/303 Suntec City Sky Garden (Suntec Tower 5), 3 Temasek Boulevard;
31 Boat Quay

Photo: Dallas Restaurant & Bar

Free flow steaks? Yes, really. On weekends (12-3pm and 6-10pm), eat as many prime rib steaks as you want for $45++ per person. 

Steak sandwiches

Where: Morton's The Steakhouse
Level 4 Mandarin Oriental Singapore, 5 Raffles Avenue

Photo: Morton's The Steakhouse

Order a Martini (from $14.95) during their Happy Hour, from 5-7pm daily, and you'll be entitled to unlimited servings of steak sandwiches.

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Salad bar

Where: Krazy Salad
Blk 190 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, 02-516

Photo: Krazy Salad

Remember Sizzler? Now that the restaurant chain has exited the country, here's another place to get your salad buffet fix. Indulge in a wide range of specially selected fresh and crispy greens for free, along with your delicious main dish.

Teishoku (rice)

Where: Yayoiken
Full list of outlets here

Photo: Yayoi Singapore

Big eaters, especially fans of Japanese food, sure won't be complaining after dining at Yayoiken. Visit Yayoiken after 11am to enjoy set meals inclusive of miso soup and main dish of your choice along with non-stop teishoku, also known as authentic Japanese rice.

Appetisers

Where: Hifumi

02-106A Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard

Photo: Hifumi

Guilty of enjoying appetisers more than the actual mains? Well, with a free flow of 10 yummy appetisers to choose from, we wouldn't blame you.

Hard-boiled eggs

Where: Ramen Keisuke
Full list of outlets here

Photo: The Straits Times

Where: Hakata Ikkousha
01-104 Tanjong Pagar Plaza

Photo: Hakkata Ikkousha

If you're watching your cholesterol level, Ramen Keisuke outlets also offer free-flow marinated bean sprouts.

French fries

Where: L'entrecote
36 Duxton Hill

Photo: Shan Wee

For those who hate not having enough fries to enjoy their steaks with, this bistro is a god-send.

Cabbage

Where: Tonkichi
04-24 Ngee Ann City (Tower A), 391 Orchard Road

Photo: Tonkichi

Yes, we understand not everyone fancies a whole lot of cabbage for a meal. Good thing, Tonkichi also offers a free flow of Japanese rice and miso soup upon ordering a tonkatsu set.

Side dishes

Where: Hanare Japanese Restaurant
99B Tanjong Pagar Road

Photo: Hanare Japanese Restaurant

Let's admit it, sometimes all we want is that extra few pieces of an appetiser or amuse bouche that usually comes in very small servings at a restaurant. Don't worry, for Hanare Japanese cafe provides you with unlimited portions of up to four side dishes along with a miso soup.

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Nasi lemak rice

Where: Nasi Lemak Kukus
229 Selegie Road

Photo: Buvaneswari Arun

Left with plenty of sambal but no more rice? No need to be shy, just ask for more rice at Nasi Lemak Kukus, where diners are served from an open concept kitchen. Available from Monday to Saturday, 12pm onwards.

Prata

Where: Al Jasra Restaurant
459 Changi Road

Photo: Al Jasra Restaurant

It's technically a prata buffet, but at only $7.90, we couldn't help but include it in this list. Delight in all types of prata possibly available! Opened 24 hours a day, choose from savoury and sweet pratas to have for any meal any time of the day.

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