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BUFFET TOWN IN RAFFLES CITY CLOSES DOWN AFTER TEN YEARS

Buffet Town in Raffles City Shopping Centre was said to have closed down after ten years of operations in the premises.

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It first started operations in 2011 and got qualified as an Halal F&B establishment in 2020 during the pandemic.

It is known for serving buffets of Western, Japanese and Local cuisines and is also priced affordably given its location and is also family friendly.

Even though the pandemic had affected their operations at the beginning, they bounced back almost immediately after restrictions were lifted, handing out special discounts and promotions for their customers.

The establishment was previously well liked by many Singaporeans and customers as seen by their previous ratings from TripAdvisor and Eatbook at 3.5/5 and 8/10 respectively.

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The ratings however dropped drastically to one and two stars after the pandemic, with many customers citing the terrible service and quality of food as reasons.

Did not announce their closure

The establishment also left without any announcement of their closure, with only a ‘CLOSED’ seen on their Instagram page.

The latest posts by the establishment also dates back to December during Christmas where they were promoting their Christmas specials.

The establishment’s Facebook page also seems to be gone.

Their website writes that they are currently closed and also thanked their loyal customers for their business.

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A search on Google Maps for Buffet Town brings you to their former address in Raffles City Shopping Centre at 252 North Bridge Road, #B1-44E, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103 at Floor One of Raffles City Singapore.

However, there is also a sign saying that the place is ‘Permanently Close’.

Image source: Google Maps

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