Bottomless brunch in Singapore: Baan Ying is the city’s first boozy Thai semi-buffet

You’re familiar with hotel buffet brunches with everything from Alaskan king crabs on ice to Asian fare like satay and sushi, but how about something a little closer to the tune of Thailand?

A couple of weekends back, we made our way down to Novena to seek out Baan Ying Singapore, which sprouted off from the popular 20-year-old food chain of the same name in Bangkok’s Siam Square.

The objective? To try what they dub The Great Baan Ying Brunch.

At an affordable price of $38.80++ for adults and $19.40++ per child, The Great Baan Ying Brunch is worthy of a weekend out, especially when free-flow Chang beer and house pour reds and whites are available at a top up of just $29.80++. You should note that this is a semi-buffet brunch: indulge in popular Thai favourites across an endless spread of 12 to 15 delectable appetisers on rotation. It’s quite the terrific array too.

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