Media Tasting at Parkroyal on Beach Road
Ginger at Parkroyal on Beach road has recently launched Ocean’s Treasure, an exclusive buffet spread featuring crustaceans. Besides the usual flower clams, cooked prawns, snow crab legs from the Seafood on Ice Station, these crustaceans seem to have taken over the main dishes segment as well as snatching all the limelight.
Popular dishes include the bursting goodness of the salted egg crab, the sambal lobster with petai and the forever popular Singapore’s chilli crab with sauce finger licking good! Fried mantous are of course included in the buffet for dipping into the sauce.
The herbal claypot lobster would be another dish to die for! A mix of strong umami as well as herbal taste with fresh lobster flesh.
Another alternative soup which I would also recommend would be their chicken and mushroom soup. It was like drinking the essence of chicken with mushroom itself. The dark colour soup might have been mistaken for another herbal soup though.
Large river prawns were seen grilled and torched on the spot by chef before being laid out to be snatched up by crustacean-hungry diners. Not to forget their crispy soft shell crab and prawn noodles right next to it.
For those who might need a break from all that crustaceans, I would personally recommend Ginger’s whole Miso Glazed Baked Salmon, Beef Cheek with Buah Keluak and Sharwarma Chicken.
As for their desserts, they usually rotate them and that day’s favourite would be their cheesecake, chocolate mousse cake and lemon meringue tart.
Lunch Saturdays and Sundays
12:00PM to 2:30PM
S$58 per adult/ S$29 per child
Dinner Fridays to Sundays
6:00PM to 10:00PM
S$68 per adult/ S$34 per child
*Service charge(10%) and GST(7%) applicable.
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How to go PARKROYAL on Beach Road Singapore
Fridays to Sundays 6:00PM to 10:00PM
Saturdays and Sundays 12:00PM to 2:30PM
Address and Contact
7500 Beach Rd, Singapore 199591
Contact: 6505 5710
Travel and Parking
Parking available at Parkroyal on Beach Road.
Travel via public transport.
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