Kushinbo @ Suntec City | Promenade, Singapore

Tuesday, September 01, 2015

Kuishin Bo returns back to its nesting ground, Suntec City. Little did I know that Kuishin Bo literally means “food connoisseur”. Now nesting in the new North Wing of Suntec City, they brings you a brand new interior and deco with more lively colours yet cosy and welcoming setting. To name a few of these deco, quirky sake barrel-shaped booth seats and vintage beer posters. This is inspired by the retro izakayas (casual bars) and alleyways of Japan during the Showa period (1926-1989).

Besides their regular buffet range, Kuishin Bo is introducing quarterly thematic food fairs featuring gourmet highlights from various regions in Japan, where you will be able to feast in over 20 seasonal items.

From 6 July - 27 September 2015, you can savour items from Kyushu and Okinawa. You can identify these items as each item is accompanied by an educational card explaining the history and inspiration behind it.

Below are a few items from Kyushu and Okinawa food fair:

Chinbin - brown sugar crepes is a traditional dessert made with Okinawa's brown sugar (kokuto) made from sugarcane and is known for its calcium and potassium.

Sata Andagi - sugar deep-fried doughnut with a fluffly interior and a slight crisp exterior, also made from Okinawa's brown sugar.

Chicken Nanban - uses free-range chicken from Miyazakii prefecture in Kyushu that is deep-fried then garnished with a special tartar sauce.

An example of how the educational card looks like.

There will be events such as rice cake pounding ceremony (mochi tsuki) and doughnut demonstrations held every Saturdays and Sundays, as part of the thematic fairs special.

The buffet spread consist of 100 over timeless favourites across 7 sections:
Salad and Appetisers, Sushi, Sashimi, Seafood, Teppanyaki, Paper Hot Pot, Fried Food, Soups and Desserts. 

The Salmon Sashimi is imported from Norway weekly but descaled, filleted and despatched to the restaurant daily in their central kitchen.

During dinner hours, diners get to enjoy free flow of snow crabs, and not forgetting the iconic ‘dong dong dong’ bell which indicate the hourly specials with limited quantities. We got some yummy ice cream popsicles.

These Teppanyaki are replenished in small batches to ensure maximum freshness.

If you fancy ginseng, this is for you. Ginseng Scallop Porridge cooked with Korean ginseng and dried scallops.

The highlight on this dessert table are these pillow-soft and chewy Mochi stuffed with Peanut and Red Bean.

You will not miss the vibrant and colourful area, the Kids Haven corner, only exclusive to Suntec City outlet. Displayed with rows of vivid-hued masks of well-known cartoon characters. This corner is strategically designed with low counters and serve kids-friendly dishes, even providing popcorn and DIY ice kacang stations.

There is also a free serving of lobster per customer for every reservation made before 3pm for their dinner buffet, and is only applicable at Suntec City outlet.

Pricing for Suntec City outlet:

Kuishin Bo @ Suntec City 
(North Wing, Tower 2),
Singapore 038983

Opening Hours:
Daily Lunch: 11.30am - 3pm (last round 2.30pm)
Daily Dinner: 5.30pm - 10pm (last round 9.30pm)

..Hosted Meal..

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