Ginger Ocean’s Treasures Buffet – Endless Crabs & Lobsters With 25% Off!

Ginger Seafood Buffet

Well-known for their excellent execution of local Singaporean fare, Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road is back with a new weekend buffet line-up, aptly named Ocean’s Treasures, showcasing an impressive selection of fresh crabs, lobsters and other nostalgic dishes we know and love.

Seafood lovers will be completely satisfied and rewarded with the incredible new spread that is offered here. Introducing Ocean’s Treasures, this buffet range will run from now until 28 July 2019.

This luxurious spread presents an expansive selection of crustacean and other seafood to satisfy every seafood craving. Look forward to local favourites such as the beloved Singapore Chilli Crab, as well as drool-worthy Herbal Claypot Crab and crispy golden-brown Cereal Crab.

If you love seafood and are craving some local delights, Ocean’s Treasures buffet at Ginger will be sure to tantalise your taste buds. To make your feasting a little more enjoyable, quote ‘ladyironchef’ upon making your reservation to enjoy a 25% off from now until 28 July 2019!

Ginger Seafood on ice


There is a saying that simplicity is the ultimate sophistication and it holds true when it comes to Ginger’s line-up of mussels, clams, tiger prawns and crab legs.

The Snow Crab Legs we had were incredibly easy to crack open, so diners won’t have to spend ages searching for meat in every crevice. Digging into the tender flesh can be likened to being kissed by the ocean, that is just how fresh the meat was!

Simply add a spritz of lemon and you can enjoy the taste of the freshest seafood Ginger has to offer. Sweet, simple and yet oh-so-satisfying.

Ginger Singapore Chilli Crab


Chilli Crab is a perennial favourite at every buffet table. With its rich, sweet and tangy gravy, it is perfect to have with Deep Fried Mantou which you can use to soak up the sauce; the crispy exterior and pillowy soft interior makes is every Singaporeans’ Achilles’ heel.

Filled with plenty of eggs to make the gravy extra luscious and thick, the savoury and spicy taste brings out the fresh flavours of the crab.

Ginger Cereal Crab


For something with a subtler flavour, try Ginger’s rendition of Cereal Crab. The cereal flakes lightly coat the succulent crabs, giving the sweet meat a chance to shine through. The sweet toasted flavour of the cereal serves as the perfect background to the fresh flavour of the crab.

Crab flavours are rotational here, so depending on when you visit, you may get to savour other classics like Black Pepper Crabs and Salted Egg Crabs.

Herbal Claypot Crab Ginger


Steeped in a clay pot that is filled with an earthy broth infused with the goodness of locally-sourced herbs, the Herbal Claypot Crab can be ordered from the chefs at the live station.

Diners who are looking for a healthier option but still want to indulge in the seafood galore should dive into this crab rendition for the juicy and succulent meat while slurping up the scrumptious broth.

Ginger Baby Lobster in Sambal with Petai


Known as the “bitter bean” or “stink bean”, the petai had an interesting taste that may spark debate on the table.

For spice lovers, Ginger has got you covered with their sambal baby lobster dish, made with petai. The more you eat it, the more it grows on you. These babies are tossed in Ginger’s special sambal that gives both flavour and an addictive heat. The lobster meat is tender and goes well with the spice impeccably well.

Ginger Other Seafood Compilation


Also available at the barbeque live station are the Grilled River Prawns that are lightly grilled with just the right amount of char to it. These river prawns are juicy and sweet while the creaminess encased in the head of the shells adds an extra savoury oomph to it.

Grab a bowl of the Thai sauce for an extra spicy kick.


Pairing a cult favourite flavour of salted egg with the fatty goodness of salmon, the Baked Salmon promises to take diners on a wonderful gourmet adventure.

Topped with a generous helping of crunchy pieces of fish skin, it is without a doubt that the Baked Salmon will be a hit and one that will leave you salivating for more with its varying textures and flavours.

Ginger Shwarma Chicken


The Shawarma is served at the carving station with a live rotisserie. It is a tantalising sight as the shawarma is carved right in front of your eyes and you can see the juices drip from the roasted meat.

Ginger’s spin on the classic Peranakan dish, Babi Pongteh, is made from braised pork belly with fermented soybeans. Fork-tender with a significant depth of flavour to the dish from the soyabeans, the Asian in us really enjoyed this simple but hearty dish.

Our favourite of all the non-seafood meats was the Coffee Pork Ribs. A local favourite at several zichar spots, these ribs are uniquely flavoured with a sweet-sticky coffee glaze. There was just something special about the lingering bitterness of the sauce that made us keep digging into this dish.

Ginger Local Delights


Ginger also has a plethora of local dishes that will make the true-blue Singaporean in you very happy. Take a trip down memory lane and savour dishes such as Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce, Kueh Pie Tee, Singapore Laksa and even a DIY Rojak Station.

The laksa really stood out to us, having a thick and flavourful broth with a bit of a spicy kick to balance the sweetness of the coconut milk. Feel free to add as many toppings you want from their array of classic laksa ingredients (think fishcakes, quail eggs and shrimp).

Ginger's local dessert buffet


Unlike most buffet dessert spreads, Ginger focuses on bringing local flavours to the table. Look forward to an extensive range of various nyonya kueh, ranging from every child’s favourite Lapis Sago to the pretty blue Pulut Tai Tai.

Ginger Desserts and Nyonya Kueh

Alongside the local desserts is a range of petite cakes and pastries including a Strawberry Yogurt Cake, Blueberry Crumble and a creamy Durian Cake.

Remember to quote ‘ladyironchef’ making reservations to enjoy 25% off from now until 28 July 2019, applicable to weekend lunch and dinner except the eve of and Public Holidays.

Lunch: S$58/adult, S$29/child
Sat & Sun: 12pm – 2.30pm

Dinner: S$68/adult, S$34/child
Fri to Sun: 6pm – 10pm

Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road
7500 Beach Rd
Singapore 199591
Tel: +65 6505 5710
Daily: 6am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Nicoll Highway/ Bugis

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