6505 5666
Plaza Brasserie's signature Best of Asia buffet presents a delicious spread of local favourites and Asian cuisines from the gourmet capitals of Hong Kong, China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, India and more. continue reading
Opening Hours
06:00 - 00:00
Mon - Sun
06:00 - 00:00
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
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Signature Dishes
American Breakfast Buffet Durian Prata Imperial Dynasty Pork Knuckles Soft Shell Crab
Review (41)
Level4 2016-06-10
For pictures and full review, pls visit:http://madamechewy.com/2016/06/08/ultimate-crab-feast-2016-parkroyal-on-beach-road/The popular Ultimate Crab Feast has returned to Plaza Brassiere at PARKROYAL on Beach Road for the 5th year and will be available till 26th June 2016. Fans of the crustacean can anticipate a tantalising line up of crabs, prepared in 8 different flavours, that will send you on a licking spree!In addition to the 6 evergreen flavours, Executive Chef Jackson Goh introduces 2 new flavours this year- Spanish Crab and Mediterranean Crabs. I especially love the latter, where bold flavours and spicy notes enthral the taste buds.Other perennial favourites include: Chilli Crabs, Cereal Crabs, Honey Rock Crab, White Pepper Crab, Black Pepper Crab and Salted Egg Yolk Crab.My favourite was the robust White Pepper Crabs with the creamy Salted Egg Yolk Crabs, a close second.I like how the crabs were fresh, meaty and succulent. If you’re the type that go for pincers, there’s no need to dig around for the prized body part as every chopped piece of crustacean has one.For a taste of India, don’t miss the Roti Pratas, flipped a la minute, paired with Crab Meat Masala. Superb!Apart from crabs, the buffet also offer the usual works such as:Chilled Seafood with an assortment of sauces ranging from wasabi mayo, sweet Thai and Salted Egg Yolk.Sashimi is cut only upon order, hence maintaining pristine freshness.Cooked dishes are Asian delights such as Nonya Chap Chay, Lamb Curry, Nasi Briyani, Roasted Duck and Roasted Pork Belly. Children will enjoy the Tempura Prawns and Fried Chicken Tenders.Head for the Noodle Live Station, where the chef whips up a mean Prawn Noodle Soup. The broth was soo good, I could not resist having a second helping.Desserts are mostly revolved around Asian flavours, with some creative twists. The Peanut Mille Feuille was a standout, while the hazelnut obsessed will take comfort in the Hollandaise Nutella Tart.Apart from confection, the buffet also offers an series of chilled shot glass desserts (my top pick is the Oreo one), as well as hot and chilled Asian desserts such as Bubur Pulut Hitam, Green Bean Soup, Red Bean Soup, Cheng Tng, Iced Jelly Peach and Chin Chow Lychee.The Ultimate Crab Feast buffet is definitely worth the calories (AND cholesterol), plus, the best part is that it’s only $68++ for lunch (Sundays only) and $75++ for dinner (daily). What excellent value! continue reading
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Level3 2014-11-27
I like the range of desserts and icecream in this restaurant. For icecream lovers, you’ll be spoilt for choices. There’s cone, mashmallow, and lots of toppings to go with it – gummies, nuts, raisins, colourful sprinklers etc. Even if the icecream doesn’t taste nice, the range of toppings would make one eager to try out the icecream. The icecream flavours are quite nice here too – strawberry, chocolate, all smooth textures and milky taste. Would be even better if they have waffles for us to go with the icecream and toppings. There are also a range of nice cakes – I like their kueh lapis, nice eggy taste and not too oily. The chocolate cake is also nice. Some of the cakes may not have very exquisite design but they taste good inside. Staff clear dishes fast and are friendly and approachable. Children would love the dessert and icecream section. continue reading
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Level3 2014-11-20
We came here to celebrate a friend's birthday. There is variety in the spread, though I think the range of desserts offered can be better. One of the dish I would like to recommend is this fried durian dumpling. At first I didn't know what it is, but was drawn by its unique design and the colourful sprinklers on top. tasted and it's yummy. Had 3 servings of it! hehe. Favourite of my child too. continue reading
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Level4 2014-09-25
Today I am treated to a lunch buffet at the hotel after a morning session of seminar. Lunch is the usual buffet affair at the hotel's buffet restaurant, which is Plaza Brasserie. The range is limited, compared to restaurants such as The Line and Triple Three. The restaurant is decorated in a resort style way with its wooden furniture.First row is a selection of cheese and bread.Second row is a selection of desserts ranging from Honey Dew Sago, Fruit Cocktail, Peanut coated Mochi, Durian Pengat, Mango Pudding, Grass Jelly, Cut Fruits, Mini Cakes, to Red Bean Soup. The Durian Pengat smells great but the taste is not as exciting. The Mochi fares much better with its QQ texture.Behind the row is DIY Salad Bar, Salads, Cold Seafoods (Snails, Prawns, Scallops, Clams), Winter Melon Soup and Assorted Paus. The seafood is quite fresh and juicy. The soup is quite flavourful.The next row is a spread of stir fried of the day such as Hainanese chicken with condiments for Hainanese Chicken Rice. Next to them is the ice cream bar where there is 3 unqiue flavours such as Lemon & Ginger and Yam. There is also various toppings such as almonds, walnut, chocolate chips, dried Cranberries, dried Apricots to go with it. Everyone like the chicken very much.There is also hot drink counter with machines offering coffee and Twinings tea bags (English Breakfast Tea, Jasmine Tea, Green Tea, Mint Tea and Chamomile Tea).Next is the Live Station area. The sushi and sashimi counter is the hot favourite with its never ending crowd. Sashimi is sliced upon order. The sashimi is quite fresh in taste.Next is the noodle counter which has Beef Kuey Teow Soup for today. I have not tried it as I am too full for it.This is followed by the deep fried counter which served Deep Fried Prawns and Fries. The fries is huge, crispy and soft inside.I am surprised to find Hakka Abacus Beads (客家算盘子) next to the counter. The version served here is very tasty and flavourful, with a hint of the yam taste in the beads. Lots of mushroom too.Lastly is the crepe counter. Crepe is made upon order and served with a range of condiments such as Maple syrup, Peanut Butter, Kaya and Chocolate Sauce. The crepe is quite thin but lack of crispiness.Overall the food is great. Plates is cleared quite swiftly, despite having a large group of people. continue reading
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Level4 2014-03-02
Have a really satisfying dinner at this buffet restaurant. Restaurant is very spacious and comfortable and cooling. Restaurant chef is also very friendly and greeted us when we picked up the food for the counter. Price near to $50 is quite expensive but the quality of their food is still worth the price. Enjoyed their salmon which is super fresh and chewy. Drunken prawns are very fresh and the soup is full of the wine fragrant and really tasty. Freshed brewed coffee has very nice fragrant and not too bitter. Yummy! continue reading
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