The Union of Crabs and Lobsters Dinner Buffet @ Park Royal on Kitchener Road | Farrer Park, Singapore

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

The wait is over! The crustacean battle, featuring the lobsters and crabs at Spice Brasserie located in Park Royal on Kitchener Road. The Union of Crabs and Lobsters buffet dinner will be available from 4 July to 3 September 2016, Thursday to Saturday only.

What’s more, UOB, DBS/POSB, Maybank, HSBC cardholders can enjoy the exclusive promotion of $118++ for two adults (U.P. $78++/adult). On top of the existing card promotions, you can also enjoy a complimentary glass of wine per person. Simply claim it at Park Royal Kitchener’s Facebook page.

Featuring my favourite from the lot as well as the crowd-favourite, the freshly prepared Steamed ‘Live’ Boston Lobster in Chinese Wine. The sweetness of the steamed lobster with the aroma of the Chinese wine, it’s like a match-make in heaven.

Along with the other whole lobster dish, Flame-grilled Lobster Mentaiko which is topped with Cheese on a fresh lobster meat and covered with mentaiko sauce, sadly we couldn’t savour much of the mentaiko sauce as it seems to be overwhelmed by mayonnaise. Baked Lobster with Okiami & Natto Sauce is something different from the rest, like how the PR would describe it as mee rebus flavoured.

Next off the buffet spread with the cold dish, Truffle Lobster with Marinated Jellyfish Salad appetiser. The combination of truffle and the lobster goes along quite pleasantly, I wouldn’t say the same for the marinated jellyfish though. 

Other must-try dishes include Lobster Noodle Soup and Lobster Congee and Crustacean Congee. The Lobster Noodle Soup tasted somewhat like our Asian prawn mee soup with crustacean sweetness, it would be ideal if they can cut down on the pepper. On the other hand, Lobster Congee, Crab Roe Congee and Crustacean Congee had everyone singing in praises. The light texture and flavour of the congee contains hints of lobster and crustacean essence, which could be one of the reason why it tasted so good. We had so much that we couldn't identify which is better!

Other dishes among the buffet course comprises of Crustacean Paella, Lobster Wellington and Japanese Lobster Fried Rice. As appetising as Crustacean Paella looks, the rice could be improved and it would turned out great. 

Lastly, the Tandoori Lobster were surprisingly good too. Well, move away tandoori chicken and make way for tandoor lobster instead. This was served last and I was already fed to the brim, if not I wouldn't mind having multiple servings of these.  

Accompanying the lobster buffet spread, expect to whet your appetite with the crabs highlight, starting with the all-time favourite slow-braised Pumpkin Crab in Claypot and Singapore’s staple Chilli and Black Pepper Crabs.

Apart from the Battle of the Crabs dinner buffet, Spice Brasserie also offers the Singapore Nostalgic Lunch and Dinner buffet, featuring an extensive range of local and Asian cuisines. Both the Singapore Nostalgic Buffet and the Union of Crabs and Lobsters Dinner Buffet are available till 3 September 2016.

Address: 181 Kitchener Road, Singapore 208533 - Park Royal on Kitchener Road, Lobby Level.

Opening Hours:
Breakfast: 6:00am - 10:30am
Lunch: 12:00pm - 2.30pm
Dinner: 6:00pm - 10:00pm

For enquiries or reservations at Spice Brasserie: +65 6428 3160

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