At Plate in Carlton City Hotel Singapore, the buffet spread is an international one with a Chinese New Year twist.
You can order the "Mini" Auspicious Treasure Pot at $88 (enough for six), which includes Pacific clams, roast duck and scallops.
Available till March 6, the Weekday Buffet Lunch is $38 per person.
To book, call 6632-8921.
Tiffany Cafe & Restaurant at Furama City Centre is hosting a one-night-only reunion buffet dinner with a large spread of food from its Malay kitchen.
For $68.80, you can feast on chilled snow crab leg, yu sheng, baked slipper lobster, roasted duck and chilli crab.
Only a few seats for the 8.15pm round are left.
Call 6531-5366 to book.
It is One Farrer Hotel & Spa's first Chinese New Year and it's celebrating with a special spread at Escape Restaurant & Lounge.
You'll get items such as Eight Treasures fish maw soup, braised pig trotter with black moss and dried oyster, braised Pacific sea cucumber with roasted duck and steamed live fish with abalone sauce.
For dessert, look out for the green tea nian gao.
Lunch is $48 while dinner is $68. Call 6705-7828 to make reservations. The Chinese New Year spread will be available till March 5.
For its buffet, Cafe Brio at Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel Singapore offers Chinese delicacies like cured smoked duck salad with kumquat, braised fatt choy and pork knuckle stew.
Lunch is $48.88 and dinner is from $66.88, till March 5.
For reservations, call 6233-1100.
At Flavours At Zhongshan Park in The Ramada Singapore, for $58, you get a buffet with roast duck and glass noodle salad, beer-marinated roasted suckling pig and foie gras ngoh hiang.
For a festive touch, order the yu sheng (from $48) and start the Year of the Goat on a good note.
This article was first published on February 11, 2015.
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