Singaporeans are no stranger to this particular seafood. It comes highly requested and is raved by almost every foreigner who tries it. Be it doused in lovely sweet chilli sauce or smeared with butter or even simply steamed, everyone just wants more. In this list, you’ll find crab buffets so good and so amazing that you’ll have to crabwalk out the door after! It’s in-crab-dible!
1. Park Royal Hotel’s The Ultimate Crab Feast
It isn’t called the ultimate crab feast for nothing. These crabs will spoil you rotten
Here, you can look forward to crowd favourites like: chilli crab, black pepper crab, white pepper crab, salted egg crab and cereal crab. If the options available aren’t to your liking, you can even choose to personalise your own crab flavour.
$99++ for 2 (Offer valid on Mondays, Wednesdays and Sundays)
$68++ per pax
Buffet dinner (daily, from 6:00pm to 10:00pm)
Buffet lunch (Sundays, from 12:00pm to 2:30pm)
2. Mitzo’ s Splendid Crab Feasts
If you want your dish to scream ‘atas’ then Mitzo is the right place to go for your crab feast.
There are dim sum items such as: deep-fried soft shell crab wrapped with salted egg charcoal puff, crab meat roll, and poached crab and shrimp dumpling.
Ready for more? Their main courses are just as enticing: steamed crab meat and chicken soup dumpling, crispy crab claw filo topped with crab roe, and rice in superior broth with crab meat and crispy rice.
Though it’s one of the pricier buffets listed here, the quality of food will more than make up for it.
$98++ per person
1 Oct to 9 Dec 2016
12pm to 2.30pm and 6.30pm to 10.30pm
1 day advance booking required
3. Conrad Hotels & Resort Oscar’s Supercharged Sunday Brunch
Imagine this: king crabs, boston lobsters, slipper lobsters, prawns, scallops, razor clams and oysters stacked high on your plate with all the condiments you need for a lip smacking good time. Probably one of the best crab buffets ever!
$98++ per person
$118 ++ per person (free flow of sparkling wine, house wines, selected cocktails)
$158++ per person (free flow of champagne, house wines, selected cocktails)
Lobby Level, Conrad Centennial Singapore
T +65 64327481
4. Crab Corner’s Premium/Executive Ala Carte Buffet
One of the more pocket-friendly crab buffets available, Crab Corner serves up a variety of crab dishes like: Salted egg crab, home made black pepper crab, ginger and spring onion crab beehoon, thick beehoon crab soup, and other types of seafood.
If you’re craving for crabs but want a more affordable place to satisfy your craving, this is the place for you.
Premium: $48.80++ per person (Min. 4 pax)
Executive: $28.80++ per person (Min. 3 pax)
Available on public Holidays, Saturdays and Sundays
Lunch: 11am – 5pm (Last order: 4.30pm)
Limited to 1 order of Tasty Salted Egg Crab, Black Pepper Crab, Chilli Crab or Crab with Thick Bee Hoon Soup per table of 1-4 pax
5. Pan Pacific Edge’s Hooked at Edge
If you’re a fan of Deadliest Catch and have always wondered if the Alaskan king crab lives up to it’s name, then Hooked at Edge is the perfect place for you.
Not only does the restaurant offer the Alaskan king crab and salted egg crab, you can also savour seafood like the maine lobster, as well as local favourites such as crispy cereal prawns, and fish head curry. Give this feast a try and you might just be hooked.
$88++ per person
Available Wednesdays and Thursdays (6:30pm- 10:30pm) only
Pan Pacific Singapore
Level 3, 7 Raffles Boulevard
T +65 6826 8240
6. Shangri-La Hotel The Line’s Marine Harvest
Satiate your taste buds with this marine harvest. There’ll be plenty of bounty from the sea! Expect fresh seafood such as crabs, lobsters, mussels, oysters, and prawns.
There are live stations where your food is prepared fresh and in front of your very eyes! We don’t know about you, but we love it when our oysters are shucked on demand.
Tuesday: $98++ (inclusive of unlimited selected sparkling, red and white wines, beers, soft drinks and juices)
Thursday: $108++ (inclusive of unlimited selected sparkling, red and white wines, beers, soft drinks and juices)
Available only on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Shangri-La Hotel Singapore
22 Orange Grove Rd, Singapore 258350
T +65 6213 4275
7. The Westin Singapore’s Seasonal Tastes: Neptune’s Table
Another buffet that offers the much sought after Alaskan king crab is The Westin’s Neptune’s Table.
Claiming to have the ‘latest haul from the ocean’, you can expect the freshest oysters, lobsters, scallops, and crayfish. A table teeming with the freshest seafood? It can’t get any better than this!
$88++ per person (Inclusive of a glass of champagne, wine, beer, or soft drink)
Available on Sundays only
12pm to 3pm
The Westin Singapore
32/F, Asia Square Tower 2, 12 Marina View
T +65 6922 6968
Not only does Todai have an impressive selection of food, but it also has a mean seafood spread.
Think Alaskan snow crabs, chilli crabs, oysters, mussels and prawns.
For this atas “all you can eat” seafood and sushi restaurant, the price is affordable and a plus point. You can even expect pastries and free flow Korean Strawberry for dessert to complete your meal!
$42++ (Monday to Friday)
$64++ (Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays)
$58++ (Monday to Thursday) /$68++ (Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays)
2 Bayfront Avenue, #B2-01 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972
T+65 6688 7771
Voted the Best Buffet Restaurant in Singapore at AsiaOne People’s Choice Awards for the 7th consecutive year, Carousel will certainly not disappoint.
It’s quite obvious why Carousel is so popular – they serve one of the largest and freshest spread, and it’s also one of the only Halal-certified international buffets around!
You can expect an impressive seafood spread including crabs, clams, crayfish, mussels, lobsters and more.
$56++ for lunch, and $76++ for dinner (weekdays)
$65++ for for lunch, and $83++ for dinner (weekends)
Available daily, details here
Lobby Level, Royal Plaza on Scotts 25 Scotts Road, Singapore 228220
T +65 6589 7799
Holy crab! (Sorry, no more crabby puns.) We’re ready to get our bibs and dash on for the best crab buffets! Are you?
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