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Kuishin Bo Authentic Japanese Buffet – Newest Restaurant at Suntec City

Kuishin Bo makes a comeback to Suntec City – with the introduction of quarterly thematic food fairs and exclusive Kids Haven corner.

Calling to all Japanese food lovers, as well as the loyal fans of Kuishin Bo, the stalwart Japanese buffet brand, Kuishin Bo have returned to Suntec City – it’s first ever nesting ground since 2001. The restaurant is located on third level of the new North Wing at Suntec City, not far away from the sky garden where it used to be.

To break away from the neutral hues normally found in Japanese restaurants, the newest Kuishin Bo restaurant takes on a casual, quirky and vibrant mood with striking features like the sake barrel-shaped booth seats and Japan’s Showa Era (1926 to 1989) inspired izakayas and alleyways interiors. 

Overall, the restaurant is very cosy and welcoming with Japanese instalments such as the vintage beer posters and paper lanterns casting a warm glow against the light wood panels.

Kuishin Bo is more than just an all-you-can-eat Japanese restaurant.

Kuishin Bo is more than just an all-you-can-eat Japanese restaurant. In addition to the already extensive array of Japanese buffet items, diners will now find over 20 seasonal items to indulge in; that include Mentai Takana Chahan – a dish of fried rice with pickled mustard leaf, sesame seeds and cod fish roe, Chicken Nanban – a free-range chicken that is deep-fried then garnished with a special tartar sauce, traditional homemade Sata Andagi dessert – fluffy doughnuts with a lightly crisp exterior and several other exclusive items showcased from the prefectures of Kyushu and Okinawa.

The Kyushu and Okinawa Food Fair will be available daily during lunch and dinner seatings from 6 July to 27 September 2015. Special events like mochi tsuki (rice cake pounding ceremony) and doughnut making demonstrations will be held every Saturday and Sunday, where customers are invited to participate in the activities and sample the freshly made treats.

Kuishin Bo offers over 100 evergreen favourites and hourly specials.

The Kuishin Bo buffet line spans across seven sections – Salads & Appetizers; Sushi, Sashimi & Seafood; Teppanyaki; Paper Hot Pot; Fried Food; Soups and Desserts. Unlimited serving of Zuwaigani (snow crabs) are available during dinner. 

For those who are very familiar with Kuishin Bo, you probably would have heard of their trademark jingle, “Dong Dong Dong Kuishin Bo” where diners are on a listen out for the announcement in the restaurant, signalling the limited quantities of special food items. The jingle will be played out in the restaurant during dinner hours, so you better be quick with your both hands and feet.

Kuishin Bo uses quality seafood and meats.

The restaurant establishment (RE&S) source for fresh imports such as the Salmon Sashimi, which is imported from Norway is one of the most sought-after items in the buffet line-up. Other noteworthy highlights include items from the hot food counters – grilled Teppan Beef; Australian Angus Sirloin Beef and barbecued New Zealand lamb in garlic miso.

Also, not to be missed at the Soup counter – the nourishing Ginseng Scallop Porridge which is cooked with Korean ginseng and dried scallops.

Parents can enjoy their meals with their kids and have fun too.

A new section and exclusive to Kuishin Bo Suntec City is the Kids Haven corner where rows of vivid-hued masks depicting popular Japanese cartoons like Doraemon and Pikachu line a feature wall, and colourful lanterns hanging at the sakura overhead fixture.

Parents will be delighted as their children can easily tuck into the kids-friendly dishes such as Chicken Ragout Spaghetti, Chicken Karaage and Curry Cream Baked Rice, in addition to irresistible snacks like popcorn and DIY Ice Kachang.

Finally, at the dessert display counter. Dessert lovers can look forward to a sweet selection of fruits, ice cream, assorted tarts, cakes and biscuits which include the Peanut and Red Bean Mochi, and also the irresistible Chocolate Fondue. 

Kushin Bo Buffet Prices


All prices are subject to 10% service charge and prevailing government tax.

* Child (below 1.4m in height or 12 years and below): $18.90++
* Senior Citizens (55 years and above): less 10%

 
Promotion (Express Lunch Buffet)
Check in and out of the restaurant within one hour and enjoy the lunch buffet at $24.90++ per adult, applicable on weekdays only.


Kushin Bo @ Suntec City
Suntec City, North Wing #03-334
3 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038983
Tel: +65 6341-9200

Kushin Bo @ Jurong Point

Jurong Point Shopping Centre #B1-47/51
1 Jurong West Central 2, Singapore 648886
Tel: +65 6792-9286
 
Website: http://www.kuishinbo.com.sg/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KuishinBoSingapore

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