The Ginza Lion Buffet Feast is truly a #foodcoma session with its generous portion and meaty servings. I can imagine many gentlemen pleased with the portions and food served at Ginza Lion.
Known as ‘Ebisu Beer Hall” back in 1899 in Tokyo, it was established by Sapporo Beer and was well-received with crowds from its first day of opening.
So yes, over at Ginza Lion, they bring you their beer – SAPORRO. The oldest beer brand in Japan.
They store the beer in the chiller at 2 degrees and for a minimum 24 hours so that the beer can ‘rest’, and by using a one pour action, what you get is a cold beer with lovely creamy foam on top with a ratio of 7:3.
The concept here at Ginza Lion is actually pretty interesting. During the weekends (Sat & Sun) and public holidays, diners can enjoy their buffet feast with 2 hours of free flow of beer buffet at $50nett (adult). You child can also dine in with you (without the alcohol of course) at $20 nett *min above 12 years of age.
Under Beer Buffet selections, you can select Beer on Tap including Sapporo Premium Beer, Konig Ludwig Dunkel and Konig Ludwig Weissbier. If not, soft drinks or other drinks such as Coke, Coke Light, Sprite Ginger Ale, Ice Oolong Tea can also be served.
Your buffet meal will start off with their signature plate which is enormous not just in its tray but the serving size.
The signature plate consist of Roast Black Angus beef, pork ribs, chicken wings, edamame, Cumberland and arabiki sausage& mashed potato.
The picture above is for 2 pax serving.
After the signature plate, and still want more bite or light snacks? Feel free to pick from over 25 other items including Japanese appetisers, pasta, soups, beer snacks and side dishes.
We tried their truffle fries, one of the popular item here.
Their Asazuke pickled vegetables will help give you that tangy kick and refreshing change to your palatte before moving on to more dishes.
Ginza Lion Beer Hall
3 Temasek Boulevard #01-649/650
Suntec City Mall Tower 4, Singapore 038983
Opening Hours: 11am to 11:30pm (daily)
Blog post disclaimer: This was not a sponsored post. Meal was compliments of Ginza Lion as part of a media tasting session and all views expressed are my own.