Plaza Brasserie has a certain place in memory for me as it was where my ex-colleagues treated me to a farewell lunch. This is also somewhere you may want to celebrate a family birthday, job promotion or special days like Christmas.
Yes, this is one of the hotel buffets where you can indulge in a huge variety of food, with lots of space to saunter around. What I really like about this place is many dishes are prepared on the spot right in front of you at the live stations – ranging from a very intriguing durian prata (which is very worth the calories), delicious oyster omelette, signature laksa, chicken rice and sushi.
For fans of seafood, the best news is there is a “Treasures of the Sea” buffet where you can feast on flower crabs, queen scallops, tiger prawns, oysters, mussels, and different kinds of fish. If you are a fish fan, then you will get all your money worth here.
It is not too far-fetched to say I had a very fishy lunch, with Chef Jackson Goh preparing different fresh catch such as promfret, sea bass, milk fish and tilapias cooked in your choice style of Hong Kong, Teochew, Nonya, Thai Lime, with black bean sauce or sweet and sour.
So from Mondays to Fridays, you can pick your favorite fish from their “Catch of the Day” section and the chefs will have it cooked in your preferred sauce and style. My favourite fish goes to the classic basic of Teochew-style steamed snapper with little seasoning, where you can really taste the freshness and goodness of the fish. Chef also shared that this was his personal choice, and he could have two of these fishes per day!
The other few dishes I really enjoyed with the black mussels cooked in a thick spicy sauce similar to a chilli crab sauce, top shells cooked in zesty black pepper and the deep fried soft shell crab that you sink your teeth into.
Dinners are at $45++ (Mondays to Thursdays) and $48++ (Fridays to Sundays). Get on a sea food diet – see food and eat it!
Plaza Brasserie, 7500A Beach Road, Park Royal on Beach Road (Nearest MRT Bugis), Tel: +65 6505 5710
Opening Hours: 6am – 12am Daily
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