Satisfy the carnivore in you at PARKROYAL on Beach Road from 5 September to 26 October 2014 at Plaza Brasserie’s For The Love of Roasts buffet dinner (adult S$65++, child S$39++) which features an all-you-can-eat buffet spread of premium meats. The highlights include Wagyu D-Rump Roast, 200-day Grain-fed Prime Ribs, Angus Beef Tenderloin Roast, Roast Pork Collar as well as exotic meats like Braised Kangaroo Tail, and Braised Ox Tongue… We bet you are just as excited as we are!
For The Love of Roasts is Plaza Brasserie at PARKROYAL On Beach Road’s inaugural presentation of a buffet that is centered around tantalising roasts and exotic meats, and the chefs have definitely gone all out to impress with their best offerings that will feed a king.
[ GIVEAWAY ] We are also giving away 3 pairs of weekday buffet dining vouchers to retreat to an evening of feasting at For The Love of Roasts buffet. Leave a comment below, and share this post on your Facebook timeline to win. More details on the giveaway at the end of this post.
Whenever we go for buffets, we always stay away from the roast section. Well, simply because most of the time, the roasts are over-cooked, dry and nothing near appetising at all. To be honest, we were apprehensive about Plaza Brasserie’s For The Love of Roasts. prior to stepping in. But our worries were eased, and we really could not be more pleased.
The chefs have stayed true to their cooking philosophy – all the roasts and meats are superbly cooked to medium rare. Every slab of meat is prepared to the ideal doneness, with precise control of the temperature and roasting time (chefs’ secret here), and there was not an item that disappointed. Steaks are usually best prepared medium rare, but if you cannot take the sight of red patches in your meat, the chefs will be more than happy to roast your portion till your preferred doneness; your request is their command.
The star of the show is without a doubt the Wagyu D-Rump Roast. In all honesty, we have no idea how Plaza Brasserie manages its food cost by serving wagyu beef in a buffet. While wagyu d-rump is not the most expensive nor the best well-marbled wagyu, it is undisputedly a fine piece of meat and this alone is reason enough to try the buffet. You get to eat all you can here. Yes, you get the idea that you are on your way to heaven.
Pace yourself with the Wagyu D-Rump Roast though, because you would want to save room for the 200-day Grain-fed Prime Ribs and Angus Beef Tenderloin Roast. What more can you ask for when you get such a mouth-watering selection of roast?
It is not every day that you get to try kangaroo meat in Singapore, and if you are adventurous enough, we dare you to try the Braised Kangaroo Tail which is slow cooked for five hours. And by the way, they do not come cheap too even if you can even find them at regular restaurants, so we’d say just go for it! For bone marrow lovers, you will be thrilled to know that you are in for unlimited Baked Bone Marrow for dinner, too.
Continue your feast with Roast Lamb, dry-cured Reserva Ham, Sliced Air-dried Beef, Roast Pork Collar, Kurobuta Pork Sausages and Guinness Beef & Pork Sausages. Alas! We kid you not when we said that the chefs have prepared a lot of meat.
The condiments for the roasts are equally mind-blowing. Choose from béarnaise, black pepper sauce, chilli sauce, green peppercorn sauce, horseradish, hotdog relish, mango chutney, mint jelly, mushroom sauce, mustard, plum sauce, tabasco, thyme jus, and Worcester sauce.
There are also various Chef’s ‘Live’ Cooking Stations that offer Plaza Brasserie’s signature dishes. Our favourite is the Indian food station where you can get really good roti prata – plus free shows by the Indian prata man who flips your dough right before your eyes. This time round, Plaza Brasserie is also having a Risotto Station where the chef will cook Risotto with Mushroom & Pumpkin in summer truffle oil ala minute.
Regulars to Plaza Brasserie will also know to look forward to home-cooked Asian dishes from the signature “Best of Asia” buffet. So much food, so little stomach space.
For a change of taste, head over to the dessert buffet and try Agar Agar, Durian Crepe, Durian Paste, Bubur Cha Cha, Bubur Terigu, Pulat Hitam and Tau Suan!
For The Love of Roasts (S$65++ for adult, and S$39++ for child) is available during dinner buffet (6pm – 10.30pm daily) from 5 September to 26 October 2014. ANZ, CIMB Bank, DBS, Diners Club, HSBC, Maybank, NTUC and OCBC cardholders get to enjoy 15% savings for the buffet dinner, while UOB cardholders get 15% off for the total bill.
PLAZA BRASSERIE FOR THE LOVE OF ROASTS BUFFET VOUCHERS GIVEAWAY
1. Plaza Brassserie is giving away 3 pairs of weekday buffet dining vouchers for For The Love of Roasts.
2. Leave a comment in this post to tell us which meat dishes you want to try at Plaza Brasserie, and why we should choose you.
3. ‘Like’ PARKROYAL on Beach Road on Facebook.
4. Share the link of this post on your Facebook timeline.
5. The contest starts from now till 13 September 2014, 2359 hrs.
6. Winners will be notified by email.
Updated // The three winners are Evon, Li Hui and Michellin.
PARKROYAL on Beach Road
7500 Beach Road, Level One
Tel: +65 6505 5710
Daily: 6pm – 10.30pm
Email: [email protected]
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