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This Seafood In A Bucket Place Has $49.90++ Buffet With Cajun Crayfish And More

6th October 2022

Bucketta has $49.90++ seafood buffet at The Grandstand


If you’re raring to have as much seafood as you possibly can, check out Bucketta, a Thai seafood place at The Grandstand. They have an enticing Seafood in a Bucket Buffet for just $49.90++ per pax, and this includes free sides and a free flow of Thai milk tea and beer.

While it is a buffet in name, you’re actually limited to a maximum of three buckets per session. But that’s still a ton of seafood, especially if you order the largest bucket—this alone can feed up to seven people.


There are two types of flavours you can choose for each bucket: Butter Garlic and Special Cajun. Though the former is very fragrant, with sweet and earthy undertones, the latter comes highly recommended, especially for those who love a spicy kick.


The seafood in each bucket includes flower crabs, crayfish, mussels, and more. You’ll also find non-seafood ingredients in there, such as sausages and corn cobs.


We were generally impressed by the freshness and quality of each seafood. While Bucketta isn’t the place to be for top-tier prawns or crabs, it will nonetheless be satisfying for those who enjoy copious amounts of seafood.


There are five types of side dishes to choose from, namely onion rings, french fries, chicken wings, fried calamari, and crab fried rice.


Bucketta has both an indoor and outdoor dining area, and is spacious enough to accommodate larger groups of people. The next time you are planning a feast, be sure to bring your fellow seafood-loving friends.

For a good seafood zi char place to check out, have a look at our Mr Blecky Seafood review. If old-school fish soup is more your thing, check out our First Street Teochew Fish Soup review.

Address: 200 Turf Club Road, #01-06, Singapore 287994
Opening hours: Wed-Mon 12pm to 11pm
Tel: 9845 8558
Bucketta is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Photos taken by Melvin Mak.
This was a media tasting at Bucketta.

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