Brizo at Park Hotel Clarke Quay Presents Seafood Dinner Buffet with 20 Over Seafood Dishes

Brizo Restaurant

Brizo Restaurant & Bar at Park Hotel Clarke Quay has always been loved for their seafood buffet, with rotating themes every quarter so there will always be something to look forward to. Its latest theme is ‘Ahoy! It’s Seafood Night!’, and this free-flow feast features over 20 types of seafood, several hot live stations and a mouthwatering selection of desserts that will give you the bang for your buck.

Customers get to dig into unlimited portions of premium seafood dishes such as the famous Singapore Chilli Crab, Mediterranean seafood paella, freshly shucked French oysters and more delicacies.

Brizo Seafood

Priced at S$65++ per adult, the amount one pays is considered a steal when compared to many other seafood buffets in Singapore. You get unparalleled variety for what you pay! Children under six years old dines for free. ‘Ahoy! It’s Seafood Night!’ buffet is available till 27 December 2015 from every Thursday to Sunday night.

Readers of ladyironchef can enjoy 25% discount off ‘Ahoy! It’s Seafood Night!’ buffet by quoting “ladyironchef” when making reservations and paying the bill.

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Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse

Bistecca Steak Restaurant

Nestled amidst the Mohammed Sultan enclave, Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse makes an exciting new addition to the semi-fine dining scene in Singapore. This 6-month-old restaurant claims to be the first and only Italian restaurant specialising in steak. How does it fare against other steakhouses in Singapore? Is it worth a try?

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Chikuwa Tei Japanese Restaurant Mohamed Sultan

Chikuwa Tei

Much has been said about Chikuwa Tei at Mohamed Sultan road, the Japanese restaurant opened by the former Chef of Wasabi Tei at Far East Plaza.

From what I heard, the chef used to be a food nazi when he was at the previous Japanese restaurant. Although he had a nasty reputation, the place was extremely popular and there were always long queues. That said, I did not visit Wasabei Tei when he was there, so I wouldn’t know how it was like. I can assure you though, the chef was perfectly fine when we went there for dinner a few weeks ago.

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