Singaporeans love two things.
Food, and good deals.
And seeing as Goody Feed is just full of typical Singaporeans, you know we’re always on the lookout for the best of both worlds.
After years of searching, trawling through the darkest depths of the internet, we’ve found what we believe to be the mother of all deals.
All-you-can-eat crabs and lobsters at a hotel buffet for less than 50 bucks.
Yes, this exists.
Ginger @ PARKROYAL on Beach Road Buffet Promo
If you’re a legit deal hunter, you’ll know to the keywords to look out for.
Buffet isn’t attractive enough for good deal hunters. It might suffice for regular people, but deal hunters are a different breed.
We pay attention to different keywords, like unlimited crabs and lobsters.
And for PARKROYAL on Beach Road, that’s exactly what you’re looking at.
From a limited time only, Ginger @ PARKROYAL on Beach Road is running an amazing promo for their international buffet on weekdays.
Yes, guys, unfortunately, NSFs can’t enjoy this (unless got off days).
By the way, this international buffet that gives you unlimited fresh seafood, crabs and lobsters.
Diners can enjoy 20% OFF an all-you-can-eat lunch buffet for just $28++ (U.P $35++).
And instead of $58++, you can now get your hands on all the crabs and lobsters you’ve ever wanted at the promo price of $43.50++ (25% OFF).
All you need to do is to quote ‘GOODYLUNCH’ for the lunch buffet, and ‘GOODYDINNER’ for the dinner buffet to enjoy these exclusive prices.
Yes, we got (read: begged) PARKROYAL on Beach Road to give you guys an exclusive deal. xoxo
What Can You Expect From The Buffet Line?
Okay, things have changed for Singaporeans in the last couple of years.
Instead of simply looking for the cheapest deals, we’re now more focused on getting the most value for our money.
And the buffet lineup at PARKROYAL on Beach Road is no joke. It’s like an NBA All-Stars team filled with MVPs from all corners of the culinary world.
Singapore Chilli Crab With Fried Mantou
Ask anybody who knows about Singapore around the world about our food and most of the time, the Singapore Chilli Crab will pop up in the conversation.
And Ginger @ PARKROYAL on Beach Road does a great job in recreating this Singapore delicacy.
Made with incredibly fresh crabs and a flavourful, tangy sauce, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a chilli crab done better in Singapore.
The free-flow fried mantous they placed on the side just makes you eat it again and again, even if eating carbs isn’t exactly encouraged by buffet experts.
Salted Egg Crab
In line with the #everythingalsosaltedegg trend, Ginger’s version of the salted egg crab will see you licking your fingers obsessively, trying to get every salted egg sauce you can find off your fingers.
Combine the savoury salted egg sauce with fresh seasonal crab and suck on every piece of crab leg obsessively, even after you’ve stripped all the flesh from within.
Grab the chilli crab’s fried mantou and swipe it in the salted egg sauce, trust us, you won’t regret doing it.
Braised Kurobuta Pork Belly With Flower Bun
While Ginger had given it a fanciful name, most Singaporeans would know this dish as ko rou bao.
An everyday delicacy, Ginger’s version is a slim piece of meat (you can choose to wedge between soft, steamed flower buns) with fats that practically melts in your mouth.
Unhealthy, maybe. But worth giving up your healthy diet for one meal? Definitely.
Grilled Assorted Satay with Two Condiments
Hands up if you love satay so much you can eat hundreds of sticks at one go.
While nobody can really fit hundreds of sticks inside them (except for competitive eaters), you can try to do that at Ginger.
Because all-you-can-eat, yo!
Think juicy, melt-in-your-mouth chicken and mutton satay pieces, all freshly grilled over a bed of charcoal.
Claypot Rock Lobster with Fish Maw Soup
Sick of grilled and stir-fried meat? That’s okay because here’s one premium dish that can cleanse your palate before you start trying to beat your previous buffet record.
A fresh lobster is cooked in a claypot with fish maw, resulting in a savoury soup that’s out of this world.
Expect every bite of the lobster to be juicy, sweet and crunchy.
Smoked Salmon in Otah Puree
Previously, my colleague @StrongMan95 raved about the freshness and quality of the baked salmon at Ginger.
According to him, “it wasn’t overly-oily and was cooked just enough to allow the natural salmon taste to seep through.”
This time, Ginger is going for another Singapore millennial favourite: smoked salmon.
Fresh and savoury, it’s paired with otah puree to give a sharp, contrasting taste that inexplicably works.
And These Are Just The Tip of the Iceberg
The items mentioned above are just the tip of the iceberg, the MVPs of the MVPs.
The buffet lineup offers a wide variety of choices enough to bedazzle anybody lucky enough to be there.
They have crowd favourites like Singapore’s signature fried prawn noodles
D.I.Y Rojak stations for those who want only youtiao and rojak sauce.
Fresh char siu and roast beef cuts.
Plus an impressive array of desserts waiting to end your binge fest with a bang.
You know what? Seeing is believing, so here’s the video we did to show the extensive lineup at Ginger:
Make sure to try the apple pie; Goody Feed gives it a 10 out of 5 stars. Yes, it’s that good.
Do note that the dishes are all on rotational basis.
So what are you waiting for?
No matter if you’re looking to have a post-Valentine’s romantic dinner, an anniversary celebration or you just want to spoil your girlfriend rotten, you can now do so.
- Address: PARKROYAL on Beach Road, 7500 Beach Road, Singapore 199591
- Promo dates: Now until further notice on weekdays only
- Prices: Lunch: $28++ (U.P $35++) / Dinner: $43.50++ (U.P $58++)
Just take note that there is no crabs and lobsters during the lunch buffet, so if you’re a die-hard seafood fan, go during dinner.
After all, unlimited crabs and lobsters for just $43.50++ is really out of this world.
You’re welcome! 😉
This article was first published on goodyfeed.com and written in collaboration with Ginger @ PARKROYAL on Beach Road.