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Plaza Brasserie

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Plaza Brasserie is located at The Plaza and specialises in International buffet.

Daily: 06:00 - 00:00

+65 65055710
+65 65055711
$46 based on 51 submissions
Buffet (24 votes), Children/Family (17 votes), Dinner (17 votes)
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A decent buffet

Ate the dinner buffet with the seasonal roast meat promo. I think there was less variety as compared to some other buffets like Carousel but most of the non-dessert sections were decent. Notable ones were spicy tomato prawns, honey chicken, oysters. Tried the sea cucumbers but they were quite tasteless. Dessert selection was quite little and the quality wasn't quite there, perhaps except for the durian pudding.

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• 26 Oct 2014 • 13 reviews • 0 follower

A decent buffet

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Ate the dinner buffet with the seasonal roast meat promo. I think there was less variety as compared to some other buffets like Carousel but most of the non-dessert sections were decent. Notable ones were spicy tomato prawns, honey chicken, oysters. Tried the sea cucumbers but they were quite tasteless. Dessert selection was quite little and the quality wasn't quite there, perhaps except for the durian pudding.
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• 02 Jul 2014 • 166 reviews • 1 follower

Ultimate Crab Feast!

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For the full review and pictures, please visit : http://www.strictlyours.com/2014/06/ultimate-crab-feast-plaza-brasserie.html

Holy Crab! The Ultimate Crab Feast is back at Plaza Brasserie! This popular buffet spread features whole crabs prepared in 14 different styles and needless to say, crab lovers are in for a huge treat!

Joining the impressive line-up of all-time favourites such as the Chilli Crab, Black Pepper Crab, Salted Egg Yolk Crab, Nonya Crab, XO Crab and Steamed Crab with Dang Gui are the unique Crab Kut Teh, Cereal Crab and Marmite Crab.

My top picks are the Cereal Crab topped with crispy and fragrant golden cereal bits, sweet Marmite Crab, richly flavoured Butter Crab and the Salted Egg Yolk Crab coated in liquid gold!
 
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• 01 Jun 2014 • 11 reviews • 0 follower

Good service and value

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I was there in the month of Mother's Day promotion, so paid 2 for 3. The ambience was nothing special though not too crowded which is good. The cooked food is nice, and the seafood is quite fresh, though sashimi is not really of high grade (within expectation though). The service is good, plates were promptly cleared and there was complimentary parking given when we asked. For that amount we paid, it's definitely value for money.
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