Singapore’s Buyan Restaurant & Caviar Bar takes its inspiration from the eponymous mythical island, whose ability to appear and disappear is the stuff of Slavic legend. But rest assured, Buyan Restaurant & Caviar Bar is here to stay, with a sustainable and socially-conscious food ethos that contributes to the conservation of the famed sturgeon – from where this Duxton Hill restaurant gets its caviar – and only the finest farmed wild boar and geese. You heard it, but do you believe it? With such exotic dishes, Buyan Restaurant & Caviar Bar offers a truly unique culinary voyage.
The restaurant is great, food is nice, service is excellent. HOWEVER, Quandoo messed up my reservation! Quandoo DID NOT reserve a table for me, and I recieved call from another restaurant instead!
We had a great experience there! The service team was very professional and knowledgeable of their menu. Great recommendation and nice ambience. Will definitely go again!
very friendly and good bar to hang out with friends, can recommend to my office co-workers especially after office hours and Friday night, with the live band and staffs that can recommend nice drinks and foods to suit our palates.
Buyan Restaurant & Caviar Bar is a unique place to eat in Singapore, creating
Russian-influenced haute cuisine from sustainable sources. This ethos is a must,
considering many of the delicacies on offer are endangered by irresponsible
consumption and harvesting practices. Authentic sturgeon, ossetra, and beluga
caviars are supplied by trusted farms that are certified sustainable. These rare foods
are just the icing on the cake – Buyan Restaurant & Caviar Bar, atop Singapore’s
Duxton Hill, offers a galaxy of Russian and Slavic cuisines alongside premium
vodkas from Russia, Poland, Ukraine, not to mention a selection of fine wines, beer
Such a feast Singapore has never seen before – Buyan Restaurant & Caviar Bar is opening locals’ eyes to the wonders of Russian and Eastern European gastronomy. Hearty portions are tempered by an uncompromising sense of elegance, conferred upon the dishes both in terms of their fresh, handpicked ingredients and their effortless presentation. A feast fit for the Tsar rather than the Mongol hordes – but taking equal inspiration from the culinary traditions of both courts – Buyan Restaurant & Caviar Bar is a shining light atop Duxton Hill, taking a rightfully earned place amongst Singapore’s already incredibly cosmopolitan dining scene.