The Unending Seafood Galore at Parkroyal on Beach Road Plaza Brasserie

 

The extensive and popular fish buffet at Plaza Brasserie just got even better! From the 2nd of September to the 30th October dinners, diners will now get to enjoy the “Seafood Galore” spread. In addition to the original Freshest Catch dinner buffet where your choice fishes will undergo preparations a la minute in the kitchen to be served in either Hong Kong, Teo Chew, Nonya, Thai Lime and Chilli, Sweet and Sour or Black Bean style there is now a spectrum of clams, mussels, crabs, prawns, oysters and scallops all in the “made to order” spread as well.

And the buffet does not end here, as the promotion for two good months is inclusive of the original buffet lineup where the traditional favourites of Braised Sea Cucumber, Deep Fried Soft Shell Crab, Roast Meats, are all still available.

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Labrador Seafood, Tuck into Ocean Catches Right Under the Frangipani Tree

Labrador Park surely is a place for surprises. Apart from it hosting Secret Tunnels and War Relics within a now lush nature reserve, there is also room nearby for a seafood dining escapade, or if its to be a place to simply chill and be a minutes walk to the shoreline overlooking Sentosa island, then Labrador Seafood is the place to visit.

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With a vast unobstructed skyline, fresh air, and the cool breeze to greet gently, the restaurant is aptly located in exclusivity. Still, Labrador Seafood is a short 5 minutes drive in from Vivocity. And by exiting the restaurant towards the park, the tranquility of the seafront is hard to miss.

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Just the quiet lapping of the waves, the rustling of the leaves in the trees, and maybe the occasional angler trying his luck. Its almost therapeutic. Choose to dine alfresco, and you might just get to sit under the Frangipani tree.

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