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Starting Christmas Eve dinner with this magnificent roast @regentsingapore. Golden crisp Porchetta Romana stuffed with Plums and Glazed Heirloom Baby Carrots, the ingredients combined together in a vibrant chorus. Basilico Address: Regent Singapore, 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715 #regentxmas2019 #regentsingapore #burpple
Restaurant Week Lunch Buffet [$40++] Probably the only buffet known of their wide array of cheeses 🧀 - blu di langa, pecorino Nero do pienza, taleggio DOP, ubriaco alla birra, pecorino stagionato nel fieno, puzzone di moena, piave mezzano with tons of condiments and none other than the magnificent grana padano! Wanted to skip crappy carbs to make space for the pizzas and pastas but the bread was irresistible, especially the angelo’s squid ink bread and the mushroom & truffle bread. (Both available for sale at dolcetto at $10 & $11 respectively per loaf) Glad I had the space to try the pastas. They have the following - taglioloni with seabass ragout, penne in tomato & pesto, Wagyu beef lagsane & conchiglioni with pork ragout. Specially enjoyed the taglioloni with seabass ragout and the penne! Very comforting, hearty and flavorful. They also had carving stations serving roasted turkey, lamb as well as chicken. For the roast meats, I really enjoyed the uncommon mustards like the chili mustard as well as the herb mustard. Moving on to the deserts, ice cream selection was pretty decent - nougat, chocolate, berries sorbet, green apple sorbet, peach sorbet and good old vanilla (with vanilla pods, damn legit!). The usual suspects were also spotted- tiramisu, panna cotta, bread & butter pudding, apple crumble. Some items I particularly enjoyed were the pecan tart, pistachio choux, lemon & raspberry cake. Overall, good value and selection for a buffet. Especially even more so if you love cheese! 😊
Weekday Lunch Buffet I also really enjoyed this burnt caramel hazelnut mousse cake. Surprisingly, it’s not too sweet and there’s a surprise crunchy cookie layer in between that tastes exactly like a ferrero rocher. So tasty and there’s also hazelnuts on top! Their desserts are quite big slices though, so take them to share if you wanna try more so that you can minimise food wastage!
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Plan your year end gatherings @tenkaichi.sg and make good use of their 1 for 1 promotion for their Ultimate Buffet! (That’s $139.80++ for two person)! I really think it’s a good deal - Think free flow wagyu beef(!!), pork belly and Asahi Beer! Definitely jio all your buddies for an indulgence night 🤫 No voucher or code required, all you have to do is present yourself and mention “1-for-1 The Ultimate Buffet” and you and a friend can start indulging! Available now till 31 Dec! Psst.. they are on #burpplebeyond as well for their Duluxe/Premium Buffet ($59.90++/$109.80++).
Fantastic Meat They've got a promotion going on their website itself so I didn't use beyond for this. Skip the Deluxe buffet and go straight for Premium. For 75 per person (inclusive of gst and all), I thought the meal was really worth it. The meats were beautifully marbled and melted in your mouth. We couldn't help but get more orders of both the kurobuta karubi and wagyu karubi. Highly recommend getting their tonkotsu soup for your hotpot too, it's lovely and sweet.
1 For 1 Burpple Beyond This set was $22.90 but with 1 for 1 it was quite reasonable. Honestly, was expecting more quality for the food but it was average at best. The rice did not look like Japanese rice, I think they used jasmine rice instead. However, the unagi was quite good but I’ve tasted better before. I liked the sashimi! However, portions were quite small and the chicken in the chawanmushi was pink and I did not dare to eat it. Overall, it was quite okay, would not go back there again if I were craving Japanese, could probably get cheaper and better quality food elsewhere. Food: 6.5/10
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Spice Brasserie embraces the best of Asian street food, now is serving single-serve portions of buffet-line favourites like Combination Rice (Black Char Siew and Crispy Pork Roll), Seafood Broken Rice Porridge and Durian Pengat, along with new additions like Assorted Naan with Goan Fish Curry, and Korean Tteokbokki. Prices start from SGD4.80nett per dish. . Available from now ‪till 30 Apr 2020, Lunch‬ ‪from Monday to Friday, Dinner‬ ‪from Monday to Thursday‬ . Location: Spice Brasserie 181 Kitchener Rd, Lobby Level, Park Royal Kitchener, Singapore , 208533. #spicebrasserie #burpple #burpplesg
Spice Brasserie at @parkroyalkitchener , with new dining concept, where diners can enjoy the best of Asian Street food in one place, by featuring lesser-known varieties, like : . 💕Vietnamese Broken Rice Claypot Porridge (cooked over the charcoal grill). My favourite fr the Buffett spread. It’s very comforting and the seafood broth very tasty. 💕Carrot Cake (grilled and served ‘potong’ style). 💕Squid Ink Naan. 💕Saigon Pancake. 💕Nanjing Salted Duck. Beside that, diners also can enjoy live stations - charcoal grill, tandoor, Asian salad bar and teppanyaki ice cream. Lunch : 💰$34 per person( Monday to Friday). 💰$50 per person (Saturday and Sunday). Dinner : . 💰$42 per person ( Monday to Thursday). 💰$60 per person (Friday to Sunday).. 📍Spice Brasserie. 181 Kitchener Rd, Lobby Level. Park Royal Kitchener.
Besides the buffet spread of savouries, do not skip past the desserts corner as there’s the teppanyaki ice cream which is a live station that’s not commonly seen in other buffets. Additionally there’s the Asian favourite durian pengant with sticky rice, DIY muah chee with peanut and black sesame, assorted cakes and pastries. •••••••••••••••••••• 📍Spice Brasserie 181 Kitchener Road, PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road, Lobby Level, Singapore 208533
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Buffet Lunch #BurppleBeyond 1-1 Premium Lunch Buffet $53.90 Includes free flow soft drinks and green tea and dessert of the day, which we chose single scope of matcha and black seasema ice cream. We orderd many things so let the picture above does the work, lol. Resturant was fairly crowded so better make your reservation few days prior your intended day. Staffs were friendly and efficient in serving and clearing of empty plates. Order was made through an ipad and food was served quite promptly. For variety of food its very worth for price paid (1 for 1), ingredients were fresh. Its a really good deal when you want to try all sorts of japanese food from sashimi to tempura. Will defnitely come back if we have cravings for assorted jap food again!
Sashimi Moriawase Lots of improvements recently. Still not the best Japanese food (even Sushi Tei is better) but not bad, especially and surprisingly the sashimi. The all you can eat buffet has lots of items, and recently added hot pot (sort of shabu shabu), with average-quality ingredients but a delicious broth. With the Entertainer 1-for-1 offer, it amounts to an unbeatable $27++ per person. Efficient service. Eating at Shin Minori would break your shin only on a minor way.
Shabu Shabu Lots of improvements recently. Still not the best Japanese food (even Sushi Tei is better) but not bad, especially and surprisingly the sashimi. The all you can eat buffet has lots of items, and recently added hot pot (sort of shabu shabu), with average-quality ingredients but a delicious broth. With the Entertainer 1-for-1 offer, it amounts to an unbeatable $27++ per person. Efficient service. Eating at Shin Minori would break your shin only on a minor way.
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Great Variety, Quality & Value! There are many Japanese buffets out there, but Shin Minori is definitely one of the better ones, especially with the burpple beyond deals! There are so many options on the menu (they even have all kinds of skewers, which is rare to find in a Japanese buffet restaurant!). Sashimi is always very fresh and comes on thick slices. I especially love their mentaiko items because the sauce is super umami! Would definitely recommend :)
Roll Up On ‘Em @shinminorisg sushi rolls, such as the Temptation Maki (tempura prawn, avocado & cream cheese) and California Maki were passable, but ultimately very forgettable. Shin Minori’s sashimi is definitely much better, thanks to the fabulously fresh fish on offer, so I’d definitely stick with that if forced to choose. But wait! With #burpplebeyond, you ain’t gotta choose! @burpple Beyond has got 1-for-1 on @shinminorisg lunch & dinner buffets, so you can savagely stuff yourself with superb sushi & sterling sashimi, plus a whole lot of other food options as well! Thank you for having me @shinminorisg, and thanks @burpple for letting me tag along!
Sashimi MORE-iwase There’s like a million other Japanese buffets out there, but Shin Minori aims to carve out a slice of the over saturated pie by offering a very affordable Omizu lunch/dinner buffet. Better yet, it’s on Burpple Beyond, so a buffet for two is well worth the money invested! Of course, when you’re at a Japanese restaurant that does sushi or sashimi, you get both without a second of hesitation. Shin Minori’s sashimi moriwase (yes, the whole dang platter is part of the buffet!) sees six different cast members of The Little Mermaid sharing space on a really yuge and kinda heavy bowl. The slices are generously thick and every last slice is fantastically fresh too! With Burpple Beyond, you get one 1-for-1 dinner buffet, and two lunch buffets at Shin Minori’s Marine Parade outpost. Hey, that’s pretty good! Thanks for hosting us Shin Minori, and thanks for the invite Burpple!
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