7 Dim Sum Buffets Singapore: Best Promotions & Prices (2019)

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Joanne Poh


There’s nothing more Chinese than gathering around a round table and indulging in little pots of dim sum.

And dim sum buffets make it possible for all the older people at the table to pile your plate with food without having to incur additional costs.

That’s probably why they are such a popular choice for family gatherings, or hungry groups of friends. But before going, don’t forget to check out ongoing promotions!


7 Best Dim Sum Buffet Promotions in Singapore (2019)

Restaurant Promotion Expiry date
Peach Garden Sim Sum Buffet OCBC cardholders get 20% off à la carte food bill for dinner with minimum of $100 spent at Hotel Miramar, OCBC Centre, Orchid Country Club and Thomson Plaza outlets

OCBC cardholders get 15% off à la carte food bill and dim sum menu with minimum of $50 spent at all outlets

50% off dim sum brunch from Mon to Sat and 30% off on Sun and PH at Hotel Miramar branch

31 Dec 2019

Dim sum brunch offer valid until further notice

Ban Heng Dim Sum Buffet One dines free with every 3 paying adults (not valid Sat dinner, Sun lunch and on PHs) from 20 Feb 2019 30 Apr 2019
Swatow Dim Sum Buffet None
Tung Lok Dim Sum Buffet Citibank cardholders get 15% off TungLok pork jerky and/or TungLok nian gao 19 Feb 2019
Yum Cha Dim Sum Buffet Passion Silver Card Members get 20% off weekday high tea buffet at Chinatown outlet 30 Sep 2019
Jade Fullerton Dim Sum Buffet $48 per person when you dine with at least one other person (not valid 21 Jan to 19 Feb 2019, eve of PH and PH)
Si Chuan Dou Hua Dim Sum Buffet @ Parkroyal on Kitcher Road UOB Reserve, Visa Infinite, Privilege Banking, Empire and Lady’s Solitaire cardmembers get 30% off restaurant bill.

All other UOB cardmembers get 20% off restaurant bill.

30 Sep 2019


Peach Garden dim sum buffet

As far as dim sum buffets go, Peach Garden is more Wong Kar Wai than Young and Dangerous. It manages to stay classy and chic while still playing the part of the traditional Cantonese restaurant.

They’ve got 8 outlets, with their fine dining branch located at OCBC Centre. À la carte buffets are organised on and off at various outlets.

Right now, they’re dangling 50% off from Mon to Sat and 30% off on Sun on the dim sum buffet at their Hotel Miramar branch until further notice.

Estimated price: $24 to $40

Address: 301 Upper Thomson Road, Thomson Plaza #01-88, Singapore 574408


Ban Heng dim sum buffet

If you’ve ever dined at one of Ban Heng’s restaurants, it was probably for a wedding dinner, at a Chinese New Year gathering and/or at the behest of your parents.

They have four restaurants, all of which run dim sum buffets at lunch and dinner. Expect a rather old-school dining experience.

From 20 Feb to 30 Apr 2019, you can enjoy their buy 3 get 1 free deal at their dim sum buffets, so dine in a group of four for maximum savings.

Estimated price: $23 to $28


  • 1 Maritime Square  #04-01 HarbourFront Centre Singapore 099253
  • 60 Pasir Ris Drive 3 Singapore 519497
  • 181 Orchard Road #11-01/02 Orchard Central Singapore 238896
  • Blk 22 Boon Keng Road #01-21 Singapore 330022


Swatow dim sum buffet

Swatow Seafood is a restaurant offering authentic Teochew cuisine, including Teochew porridge and dim sum.

The restaurant itself is quite cosy, and their outlets at Toa Payoh and Serangoon offer dim sum buffets that include shark’s fin dumplings and golden custard buns.

Estimated price: $20 to $23


  • Blk 181 Lorong 4 Toa Payoh #02-602 Singapore 310181
  • Serangoon Gardens Country Club Heliconia Wing, 22 Kensington Park Road Singapore 557271


Tung Lok dim sum buffet

Tung Lok is behind one of the most famous seafood restaurants in Singapore. They have two branches offering their seafood dim sum buffet.

You can expect lots of seafood dishes, including salmon sashimi, royal shrimp dumpling, jellyfish in spicy sauce and deep fried shrimp rolls with chives.

Estimated price: $29 to $59


  • Tunglok Teahouse 10: Sinaran Drive, #01-73, Singapore 307506
  • Tunglok Signatures: Changi City Point #01-26/27, No. 5 Changi Business Park Central 1


Yum Cha dim sum buffet

Yum Cha is a restaurant with two branches in the Chinatown and Changi area dedicated entirely to dim sum. Expect all the classics such as siew mai, xiao long bao and fried carrot cake.

Their weekday high tea buffet, which runs from 3 to 6pm, is quite affordable, and to sweeten the deal they’re also offering a further 20% off to Passion Silver Card members at their Chinatown outlet.

Estimated price: $25


  • 6 Changi Business Park Ave 1 #01-33 UE Bizhub EAST (next to NTUC) Singapore 486017
  • 20 Trengganu Street (Off Temple Street) #02-01 (Chinatown) Singapore 058479


Jade Fullerton dim sum buffet

Want to go for a dim sum buffet while feeling all posh à la Crazy Rich Asians? Then hit up Jade’s weekend yum cha, which features wagyu beef puffs, lobster porridge and braised bird’s nest soup. How’s that for fancy?

The catch is that to enjoy their $48 per person price, you need to dine with at least one other person.

Estimated price: $48

Address: 1 Fullerton Square Singapore 049178


Si Chuan Dou Hua dim sum buffet @ Parkroyal on Kitchener Road

If spicy Szechuan cuisine is what makes your tastebuds tick, you’ll want to check out Si Chuan Dou Hua’s dim sum spread.

While the menu is mostly graced by classics, you’ll find a few spicy dishes like their minced meat dumpling in sour and spicy stock.

The dim sum menu is available on both weekends and weekdays, and they’re currently having a promotional price of $118 for groups of four.

Estimated price: $38

Address: 181 Kitchener Road, Level 3 Parkroyal on Kitchener Road, Singapore 208533

Where is your favourite place for dim sum buffet in Singapore? Share your recommendations in the comments!


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Joanne Poh

In my previous life, I was a property lawyer who spent most of my time struggling to get out of bed or stuck in peak hour traffic. These days, as a freelance commercial writer, I work in bed, on the beach, in parks and at cafes, all while being really frugal. I like helping other people save money so they can stop living lives they don't like.