Thursday, July 21, 2011

Spice Brasserie

There were some vouchers we had where we could pay for 2 and get 1 complimentary buffet. So we decided to make a trip down to Park Royal to try the buffet at Spice Brasserie.

One interesting thing about the seating here (that can't be seen at other places) is this small little corner facing the glass windows. It allows for some privacy and has some green view along the windows!

Quantity wise, there is a wide variety, including chinese food, dim sum, tempura station, kueh pai tee, char kway teow, malay/indian food, sushi, braised claypot food, chilli crab with mantous, desserts and cakes etc.

Quality wise, it might be a slight letdown though. For example, the ondeh ondeh's skin is too thick. The lapis sagu's skin is also a little tough. The mango cake is quite good though. The chilli crab wasn't spicy.

The tempura station also has pretty good food. (Who doesn't like deep fried food)

All in all, Spice Brasserie is worth going to if you're looking at filling your stomach up with not-bad food at relatively inexpensive prices. For $27++, it's probably one of the cheapest buffets around!

Spice Brasserie
Park Royal Hotel
181 Kitchener Road
Singapore 208533
+65 6428 3160.


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