A dim sum buffet is a great way to try a variety of different dishes. You can find dim sum buffets all over the city, and they usually offer a wide selection of dishes to choose from. For all the big-eaters, dim sum and buffet lovers, a dim sum buffet is a great way to eat until you drop. You are sure to find something that suits your taste, and you will have a great time trying all of the different dishes! Without further ado, here are some of the best dim sum buffets in Singapore!
One of the most beautiful restaurants in Singapore, Cherry Garden is designed according to feng shui. Offering an eclectic menu of Cantonese cuisine presented with artistic modern flair, a meal here is sure to be unforgettable. Don’t miss their Weekend Dim Sum Brunch at $68++ for adults, $40++ for kids aged seven to 12. Dim sum favourites include Crispy Wasabi-aioli Prawns with Fresh Mango and Tobiko, and delicious Steamed Kurobuta Char Siew that’s wrapped with a fluffy bao! Mandarin Oriental is finally reopening in September after undergoing renovation works, and we can’t wait to see what the new space has in store!
Address: Address: 5 Raffles Ave., Singapore 039797
Opening Hours: 12–2:30 PM, 6–10:30 PM daily
Love drinks and dim sum? Enjoy unlimited dim sum and cocktails at Madame Fan on weekends and public holidays! With over 40 different types of Cantonese dim sum dishes such as Black Truffle Dumpling, Crab Roe Har Gau, Salted Egg Yolk Custard Bun and Crispy Duck Roll, embark on this culinary adventure at $88++ person and top up $58++ for two whole hours of free-flow cocktails and mocktails!
Address: 32 Beach Rd, The NCO Club, Singapore 189764
Opening Hours: 12–2:30 PM, 6–10 PM Mon to Fri, 11 AM–3:30 PM, 6–10 PM Sat & Sun
Expect a sophisticated dim sum buffet experience at Hai Tien Lo. Satisfy all your cravings at their weekend dim sum buffet ($73++ per adult, $36.50++ per child) and weekday dim sum buffet ($63++ per adult, $33.80++ per child). Other than their must-try handcrafted Shanghai Steamed Xiao Long Bao, enjoy delectable dishes such as the Steamed Charcoal Barbecue Pork Bun with Black Truffles and Deep-Fried Potato Puff with Crab Meat and Cheese! The bad news? Hai Tien Lo’s dim sum buffet will be discontinued from 1 September 2023 onwards, so get there while you can!
Address: 7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595
Opening Hours: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM, 6–10 PM daily
Showcasing exquisite yet hearty Cantonese fine dining cuisine that will satisfy even the most discerning gastronomes, Yan Ting always impresses when it comes to dim sum in Singapore. Be enthralled by delectable dim sum delights and complete the experience with a complimentary flow of beverages including champagne; perfect for gatherings with friends and family. Dig into dig sum ranging from XL Xiao Long Bao to Black Truffle Siew Mai and Steamed Chicken Claw in Black Bean Sauce, plus a huge choice of mains! Prices don’t come cheap though – the Weekend Dim Bum buffet starts from $138++ with tea and goes up to $208++ to include champagne, wine and beer.
Address: 29 Tanglin Road, The St. Regis Singapore, Level 1U, Singapore 247912
Opening Hours: 12–2:30 PM, 6–10:30 PM Mon to Fri, 10:30 AM–3 PM, 6–10:30 PM Sat & Sun
For something much more friendly on the wallet, head over to Yum Cha at Chinatown for their traditional Cantonese dim sum. Dig into all all your favourite bite-sized delicacies off their Weekday Dim Sum Buffet at Chinatown available from Tuesday to Friday at $28.80++ per adult. Enjoy all-you-can-eat Xiao Long Bao alongside delectable dishes such as the Scallop Pea-shoot Dumpling, Prawn Wonton Crisps and Truffle Mushroom Bao. Make sure to also leave room for their mains like Guilin Chicken Claw Rice and Pork Ribs with Garlic Rice!
Address: 20 Trengganu St, #02-01, Singapore 058479
Opening Hours: 10:30 AM–9 PM Tues to Fri, 9 AM–9 PM Sat & Sun. Closed on Mon
Treat yourself to Jade’s selection of dim sum dishes in their Weekend Yum Cha ($58++ per person). For XLB fans, this buffet presents the dish with a twist. The Bak Kut Teh Xiao Long Bao is one of Jade’s must-try signature dishes, and we’re sure you’re gonna love it as much as we did! XLBs aside, other must-try dishes include the Crispy Lobster Dumpling and Abalone Siew Mai. There are also a variety of soups, side dishes, mains and desserts and you’re sure to leave thoroughly satisfied. And for a top-up, you can also have your meal with wine or champagne!
Address: 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178
Opening Hours: 11:30 AM–3 PM, 6:30–10:30 PM Mon to Fri, 11:30 AM–1 PM, 1:30–3 PM, 6:30–10:30 PM Sat & Sun
Swatow Toa Payoh’s dim sum buffet offers customers a culinary experience of a lifetime with a wide range of carefully and expertly handcrafted dim sum dishes. Available from 3 to 5 pm everyday, prices start from $28.80++. Over 30 types of dim sum items are wheeled around in a push-cart, such as Siew Mai with Fish Roe, Chives & Prawns Dumplings, Mini Pork Dumplings and the signature Teochew Steamed Crystal Dumplings!
Address: 181 Lor 4 Toa Payoh, #02-602, Singapore 310181
Opening Hours: 8 AM–10 PM daily
Lauded as one of Singapore's best Chinese restaurants and Michelin recommended, Man Fu Yuan is a stalwart in the Chinese fine dining scene in Singapore. The highly-raved Man Fu Yuan Weekend Dimsum Buffet ($73++ per adult, $40++ per child) features an unlimited selection of over 40 dishes, from signature dishes and dim sum delicacies to appetisers and desserts. Highlights include Crispy Prawn Beancurd Roll with Wasabi Mayonnaise, Wok-fried Radish Cake with X.O. Chilli sauce, and Honey-Glazed Pork Belly.
Address: 80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966
Opening Hours: 12–3 PM, 6–10 PM Mon to Fri, 11:30 AM–3 PM, 6–10 PM Sat & Sun
Started in 1978, Beng Hiang Restaurant has since established itself as one of the best Hokkien restaurants in Singapore. The interior's simple, homely decor is a nod to the type of fare served here. The dim sum here continues to be handmade and made to order, one of the few places in Singapore that still retains this heritage. Enjoy unlimited servings of over 30 delicious selections of dim sum and Asian favourites from just $26.80++ per adult!
Address: 135 Jurong Gateway Rd, #02-337, Singapore 600135
Opening Hours: 11:30 am–2:30 pm, 6–9:30 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon
Peach Garden is a household name when it comes to Chinese cuisine, and the restaurant has a Weekend Afternoon Tea Dim Sum Buffet at its outlet in Thomson Plaza. Available from 3 to 5 pm on weekends and PH, the buffet is priced at $28.80++ per adult and $19.80++ per child. Moreover, one dines free with three paying adults! Diners will get to savour an array of delicious dishes such as Roasted Crispy Peking Duck, Fried Wantons as well as Steamed Live Prawns with Chinese Wine & Herbs.
Address: 301 Upper Thomson Rd, #01-88, Singapore 574408
Opening Hours: 10:30 AM–2:30 PM, 3–5 PM, 5:30–10 PM Mon to Fri, 9:30 AM–2:30 PM, 3–5 PM, 5:30–10 PM Sat & Sun
TungLok may specialise in seafood, but that hasn’t stopped them from crafting excellent dim sum. At $21.80++ per person, this All You Can Eat High Tea Buffet offers a selection of dim sum treats like Steamed Glutinous Rice Wrapped in Lotus Leaf, Steamed Prawn and Spinach Dumpling and Braised Fish Maw with Dried Seafood Bisque, as well as other dishes like Deep-fried Prawn with Salt and Pepper and Minced Pork and Century Egg Porridge.
Address: 10 Sinaran Dr, #01-73, Singapore 307506
Opening Hours: 11 AM–3 PM, 5:30–10 PM Mon to Fri, 11 AM–5 PM, 6–10 PM Sat & Sun
Situated in the stately Asian Civilisation Museum, Empress is a swanky dining room serving up contemporary fare. Their Weekend Dim Sum Brunch might not have the most extensive spread, but they make up for this with modern, unusual items. Try their Dried Scallop & Shredded Duck Porridge, Crispy Eggplant & Pork Floss and Steamed Molten Salted Egg Custard Buns, or more premium selections limited to three portions per table, like the Triple Roast Platter and ‘Kung Pao’ Crispy Sesame Chicken!
Address: 1 Empress Pl, #01-03, Singapore 179555
Opening Hours: 11:30 AM–3 PM, 6–10:30 PM Mon to Fri, 11 AM–3 PM, 6–10:30 PM Sat & Sun
Jia He’s dim sum buffet prices differ depending on the number of people you’re dining with. The Weekday Lunch Dim Sum Galore is priced at S$39.80++ per pax if you’re dining in a group of two or three, and S$33++ per pax if you’re dining with four or more people. The Weekend Dim Sum Brunch Menu works similarly, at S$45.80++ per pax for two or three people and S$36++ per pax for groups of four and above. Both weekday and weekend menus offer dishes like Crisp-fried Kurobuta Pork with Bell Pepper and Yam Dumplings, Steamed Assorted Mushroom Dumpling with Butterfly Pea Flower and Baked Egg Tarts. Make sure to gather more of your friends along to get the most bang for your buck!
Address: 1 Farrer Park Station Rd, #01-14/15/16, Singapore 217562
Opening Hours: 11 AM–3 PM, 6–10 PM daily
Enjoy a halal dim sum buffet at The Buffet Restaurant, where you can satisfy your dim sum cravings with freshly steamed little baskets of Chicken Char Siew Pau, Shanghai Dumpling, Charcoal Golden Sand Pau, Lotus Bunny Bun and more. Look forward to perfectly fried crispy favourites with the likes of Prawn Paste Chicken Wing, Fu Pei Prawn Roll, chef's signatures including Fried Carrot Cake with sambal, Mamak-style Mee Goreng, and delightful desserts of D24 Durian Mochi, Custard Egg Tart, Pandan Kueh Lapis and more! Available only for lunch, prices start at S$38++ per adult and S$19++ per child from Wed to Fri, and S$48++ per adult and S$24++ per child on weekends.
Address: 81 Anson Rd, Level 2, Singapore 079908
Opening Hours: 6–10 PM daily
Expect a wide range of dim sum items such as Fried Shrimp Bean Curd Roll, as well as unique items like Steamed Bak Kut Teh Xiao Long Bao and Bamboo Charcoal Musang King “Liu Sha” Bun at Ban Heng’s Ala Carte Buffet. There’s a minimum of three to dine, and prices start at $34.80++ per adult on weekdays at the Ban Heng Orchid Country Club outlet, and $35.80++ at Ban Heng Boon Keng.
Address: Multiple Outlets