alvinology | Nov 25, 2018 | 1
All-you-can-eat Lobster Buffet at Hotel Jen Tanglin for just S$129 for Two
For a limited time only, seafood lovers – here are a slew of seafood buffet options 7 days a week in Singapore that you won’t want to miss, brought to you by J65 restaurant at Hotel Jen Tanglin:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
International Seafood Buffet / SGD 88++
Lobster Rock ‘n’ Roll / SGD 129++ per person
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Seafood Madness Buffet / SGD 78++
Best of all, if you do an online reservation, there’s even a 1-for-1 deal! I would highly recommend the 1-for-1 all-you-can-eat, free-flow lobster buffet on Wednesday for S$129 per person for the best value.
I went for their lobster buffet today and was informed by the staff that there was a total of ten lobster dishes available, ranging from their signature creation – Singapore Chili Style Lobster, cold Boston Lobsters, Lobster Bisque and a slew of Langostino dishes, cooked local-style – stir fried with black pepper, served in Singapore-style chili paste, served with laksa soup and noodles, among other variations.
My favourite dish from the buffet line was the lobster in baked cheese, served with mushrooms and other ingredients. This is a favourite for diners and they get wiped out pretty fast every time the line is replenished. Don’t worry about missing out though – the buffet line is topped up regularly at intervals. Just wait for the next round if you missed it.
I think I ate around 3 whole lobsters and at least 5 langostinos. Totally worth it the price of the buffet if you made a reservation online to enjoy the 1-for-1 deal!
Other than the seasonal seafood offers, J65 showcases the multicultural cuisine of Singapore with signature home-style dishes, created by their chefs in an open kitchen that allows diners a live look-in at my dishes being fixed to perfection.
Some of the signature offerings include their open Kueh Pie Tee and Rojak stations where you can make-your-own Kueh Pie Tees and Rojak; dessert line serving Potong ice cream, Nonya kuehs and other local delights; and a slew of other local dishes to satisfy most food cravings.
For those who prefer more international fares, there’s a good selection on the line as well: