Marina Bay BBQ Steamboat Buffet @ Satay by The Bay

Gardens By The Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive (Satay By The Bay), 018952, (Marina Bay) Stall 12 to 15

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$27 · Halal Certified · Buffet · Korean · Chinese · Seafood · Singaporean · Healthy · Chicken · Thai · Malay · BBQ · Asian

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Rated 4.0/5.0 4 months ago

Went on Sunday evening 7pm not too much people. Glad the crabs , shells and seafood are fresh! Paid $150 for 4 adults 1 child. Child price is $16.50.

Wacleus Chin

Rated 5.0/5.0 a year ago

Absolutely value for money! $29.80 per pax for dinner buffet. Variety of items is good; and for crabs, they are so chunky and taste fresh. Ambience is relaxing and not too crowded.

Valent A.

Rated 5.0/5.0 a year ago

Nice place to enjoy sea food in Singapore. Steamboat buffet, fixed price per person, eat as much as you can. Sea food, vegetables, mushrooms, noodles, meat

Mimie Abdul

Rated 5.0/5.0 4 months ago

Been Here For Many Times, Really Great Cos I Go For Dinner On Weekdays. Free And Easy, Not Crowded.

Mohd Sufiyan

Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago

Cheap & good place to fill up ur empty tummies. Given 2hrs for dine-in.. Just order by QR code and they will serve ur orders.. Service was fast and efficient. Come down with ur friends or family... Recommended place to try


Rated 3.0/5.0 2 months ago

Some stall are closed. But still good place to have a meal, good variety of food but I feel any of them takes more time than other usual hawkers. Not sure why. The Hokkien Mee I had was very nice. The BBQ chicken rice wasn’t so good as the chicken wasn’t juicy.

Shauna Zulkili

Rated 1.0/5.0 2 months ago

Worst food ever, miserable staff. We came towards closing time and it’s like they couldn’t be bothered to prepare food for us and the quality was awful, spent $70 and didn’t eat much of any of it. Never in my life have I had claypot tofu filled with pork and very little tofu, no where was it advertised there was pork in the claypot or any of the dishes since they claim to be a “seafood” spot. We don’t eat pork so just put off by the whole meal. Staff all had angry looks on their faces. Asked if they could wipe down the table because it was dirty from the last customers and they just through a pack of napkins at us and walked away. Singapore is suppose to be known for the wonderful food and we were hugely disappointed.