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Plaza Brasserie

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Address: The Plaza, 7500A Beach Road, 199591
Plaza Brasserie is located at The Plaza and specialises in International buffet.

Daily: 06:00 - 00:00

+65 65055710
+65 65055711
$51 based on 54 submissions
Buffet (25 votes), Children/Family (18 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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• 05 Jul 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

A very disappointing crab feast buffet!

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i have been going annually to the crab feast for the past 4 years in Plaza  Brasserie This year's experience is a truly disappointing one. ( June 14th, 21015)   No oysters in the buffet.    This never happened for the past years. That is why i was shocked because I  came to the buffet mainly for the oysters and crabs. When asked, the staff said the oysters were out of stock! This is totally unprofessional of the restaurant. Shouldn't the restaurant have prepared way ahead for such a happening? Replacing the oysters with other cheapskate shells is short changing the customers!   Super slow replenishing of crabs.   For the past 4 years i need not have to queue in line for the crabs.  This years i waited some 20 minutes to finally have my second helping of the black pepper crabs. I waited in the queue together with a few in front and many more behind me. The best thing is, i have to wait another round because there weren't anymore crabs left when it was my turn.   We paid close to $160 after credit card's discount for two pax. For such a price in such a buffet, i feel totally cheated. With the shortage of the most essential dishes in a feast called the crab feast, i absolutely want a good explanation from the restaurant.    Reviews like this one needs to be put online to warn other patronizers.
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• 27 Jun 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Forgettable Crab Feast

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After reading about the hype surrounding their crab buffet, my makan kakis decided to give it a try. There is indeed a large selection of crabs cooked in various styles. Unfortunately, the crabs were tiny and since it was cooked in bulk, the crab meat did fully not soak up the flavours. The roast lamb and laksa was pretty good and the salmon sashimi was fresh, but beyond that everything else was just average. For that price, I will not be back for more.

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• 14 Jun 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Abysmal crab fest,

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For a crab fest its an abysmal failure. The first round of crabs were relatively fresh, however the subsequent batches were not fresh, their flesh were stale and disintegrated into nothingness quickly. Pinchers which should be filled with meat generally cracked open to reveal a crab stew, hardly the hallmark of fresh crabs.
 
 The other dishes aren't much to talk about either, the roasted duck was way too hard, only a few pieces of stale scallops was served on ice at any one time. The cupcakes in the dessert section also felt cold and stale after being exposed to the air condition with no protection.
 
 On the bright side, the collection of dessert which includes cake and ice cream was passable, the prawns on ice was large and relatively fresh.
 
 The manager didn't seem too interested when i was giving the feedback that the crabs wasn't fresh, all she said was that the chefs would be notified.
 
 To sum up, there were a few bright sparks here and there but for a highly hyped Crab fest, it failed miserably, certainly not worth the price of $75++ sgd.
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