Indonesian Buffet at Kintamani

You do not have to travel to Bali for authentic Indonesian cuisine.  At Kintamani, named after Bali’s famed mountain district, located at Furama Riverfront Singapore, 405 Havelock Road, you can enjoy the cosy ambience, soothing gamelan music and personable service which reflect the warmth and hospitality typical of Indonesians.

Beef Rendang

Balinese Chef’s I Gusti Nyoman Kaler and Chef Noldy Herling Bawling tempt diners with authentic Indonesian cuisine in the extensive buffet and a la carte spread, whilst amiable service staff fuss over diners to ensure that the guests truly feel at home.

Kintamani was the first restaurant within a hotel in Singapore to be Halal certified. Since then, Kintamani has been the restaurant of choice amongst government officials, corporations as well as families who favour authentic Indonesian food.

I was invited to a food tasting together with my guest writer Carlos who contributed most parts of this blog.  The food was appetizing and I enjoyed the white rice!  I enjoy my rice sticky, soft and steamy.
Signature Dishes
*Rendang Daging Sapi (Beef simmered in Spicy Coconut Milk Gravy)
*Ikan Bakar Lagoon Nusa Dua (Deep Fried Red Snapper topped with Chilli & Sweet Soya Sauce)


*Sup Buntut (Oxtail Soup) – If you take beef, you have to try this!   The soup is served with young coconut

Indonesian Fusion Creations
*Avocado & Prawn Salad
*Stir-fried Prawns in Butter Sauce can be found in the delectable buffet.

Must try chef’s specialty
Ayam Kodok Kintamani
(Only available upon request and is lovingly prepared via a laborious process of skinning and boning a chicken, which is then minced and marinated with medley of spices. This filling is stuffed back into skin and streamed to bring out the succulent flavours,then deep-fried till golden brown.)

To round off a delightful meal, tuck into the array of mouth-watering desserts and must try the signature Indonesian refreshment Jus Buah Alpokat (Fresh Avocado Juice with Brown Sugar).

Buffet Pricing :

Lunch – 12:00pm – 2:30pm (Adult $34.00++) / (Child $21.00++)
Dinner – 6:00pm – 10:30pm (Adult $39++) / (Child $22.00++)

Noted: Children : 3 – 10 years old / A la Carte menu available upon request.
Reservation : +65 6733 2081


Kintamani Restaurant seats 120 diners and can accommodate up to 20 diners in the private dinning area. The restaurant can also host Muslim wedding lunches or dinners and the dedicated staff is ever willing to provide recommendations or work with the Chef to customise the menu for special events.

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  1. Wow – they even made the interior look like the restaurants around the crater of the volcano in Kintamani. Nice to see some of the less common aspects of Balinese food being enjoyed in other countries.

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