Sakura International Buffet Restaurant, Shaw Plaza Twin Heights

My busy friend have to juggle between her business, family and me during my visit to Singapore. Under special circumstances, I am invited to her mom's birthday dinner. It is really such an awkward situation for me. Well, maybe my face thick enough and here I am at Sakura International Buffet Restaurant at Shaw Plaza. LOL.

You can see their buffet pricing by the side. It is consider very cheap to have a buffet dinner @S$25++ only!!!
The line of sushi and sashimi. Their maguro (tuna) is not really fresh but others are good.
More sushi!
Noodles in oriental style.
Some local foods such as fried rice, singapore meehoon, rendang and etc.
Chinese Dim Sum
12 different flavors of ice cream available.

Fruits and yogurts.
Cakes and desserts.
Their California Roll is quite unique compare to all Japanese Buffet I had so far. The uniqueness is the seaweed wrap is wrapped in a plastic separate from the rice. This is to ensure the rice does not make the seaweed become stale. So you need to use your "talent" to take off the plastic and wrap the rice back with the seaweed. Not that easy as you think., I can assure you.
Haha...a failure end product. However, the California Roll has remained its freshness.
Time for the cake!
Let me take an unforgettable family photo. 
This place is pretty crowded. It is advised to book earlier and avoid walk-in at all cost. You just have to admit this is the only cheapest with good food Japanese Buffet Restaurant available in Singapore. Please do not try to convert back to Malaysia Ringgit. Of course, you can get a better Japanese Buffet if you dine in Malaysia after conversion.

Total Damage: S$25++ per pax
Ambiance: 3/5
Service: 3/5
Taste: 3/5
Price: 5/5
Food Serving Speed: Slow
Will I Revisit?: Recommended

Shaw Plaza Twin Heights
360 Balestier Road #04-01
Phone: 6736 8197

Lunch: 12pm - 2.30pm
Dinner: 6pm - 9.30pm


  1. walking here with a smile. take care.. have a nice day ~ =D

    Regards, (A Growing Teenager Diary) ..


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