Don’t Say Bojio: Free-Flow Crabs (Alaskan King Crab) from $108 from 14 Sept to 20 Sept

Just yesterday, I learnt that some new seafood rolls are rolling into town in two weeks.

A serious case of craving is then developed. I checked my balance, did some maths, and figured that maybe if I just write a few more articles and eat cup noodles for the rest of the month, I would be able to afford one.

You know how the universe, or Mark Zuckerberg, can sometimes read your mind/data, know exactly what you yearn and proceed to bombard you with related ads till you surrender your wallet?

That’s how I found out about the Free Flow Crabs at Rise Restaurant today.

Oh, crab.

Not Your Average Crab

The best thing, or worst from my wallet’s point of view, about this buffet, is that it’s not just your average crab.

At S$108++, and S$38++ for your little ones, you get unlimited access to more than 15 crab dishes.

Just to name a few, there are Alaskan King and Alaskan Snow Crab, Singapore Style Chilli Crabs with Fried Manto and more!

RISE’s Crabs Special also includes other dishes such as soft shell crab maki roll, as well as flavourful, aromatic dishes such as ketam masak rendang api, a flower crab dish cooked in thick, spicy coconut gravy, and samudri khazana tak-a-tak, a harmonious combination of stir-fried crab meat, prawns, fish and vegetables.

And don’t say bojio, Sands Rewards members can enjoy 15 per cent off, along with 20 per cent earnings.

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The long, gangly Alaskan King Crab legs and their generous portion of springy flesh within; the feisty claws doused in equally feisty chilli dressing – I’ll take 30 each, thank you.

Walk the Calories Off

After stuffing yourself with a waistline-bursting amount of crabs, you can walk the calories off at other Marina Bay Sands attractions.

An exhibition at the ArtScience Museum presents a good opportunity to learn about the environmental turmoil faced by the shellfish you just consumed, and teach little ones about appreciating their food.

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Titled “Planet or Plastic?”, 70 stunning photographs by National Geographic highlighting the global plastic pollution crisis will be on display from Sept 12 to Mar 28, 2021.

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Visit the showcase at 30% off with your Sands Rewards membership – up to four children enter with you for free if it’s a Friday.

Then, end the day with delectable desserts at SweetSpot at ArtScience Museum, and get 50% off your total bill.

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There are also other ongoing promotions to encourage visits amid a travel industry decimation.

Make Reservations and Purchase Tickets Online

To enjoy the free-flow crab buffet, Rise Restaurant requires an advance reservation.

The deal runs only for a week from Sept 14 to 20, so book your table early through +65 6688 5525 or [email protected].

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Additionally, you can request to view the full menu by leaving your email address at the comment section of their Facebook post.

In line with Covid-19 safety measures, tickets to ArtScience Museum must be purchased online prior to the visit. You can view the rates here.


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