When watching the first movie of The Amazing Spiderman franchise, I was intrigued when the character Gwen Stacy invited Peter Parker to her home for dinner and said: “We’re having Branzino.” What is that?! I thought to myself. Later on I would find out it was a whole grilled fish, and it intrigued me, because I have always wanted to try making one for myself, grilled the ‘western’ way. Continue reading “Baked Seabass With Herbs And Lime.”
I bought some canned crab from Zairyo.sg to try recently and used half of them on some crab cakes. I have tried another couple of crab meat sources previously and have been disappointed, but I think this one from Zairyo was pretty good. They carry 3 tiers of crab meat, and I bought the claw version, which is the cheapest of the lot.
When I saw the posting for this buffet promotion on Lady Iron Chef, I immediately thought of my dad because lobsters are his favourite. I decided to bring him for a treat as a payback for all the good food he used to bring me to when I was a child, and to be honest, I didn’t expect too much since the promotion price of $118++ for 2 pax ($138 including taxes- only if you use certain credit cards, I used UOB) seemed pretty reasonable considering this was a crab and lobster themed buffet.
But boy oh boy did it disappoint! Continue reading “Lobster And Crab Buffet at ParkRoyal On Kitchener.”
I am a purist when it comes to buffets, the variety of food is not so important to me, because I skip much of the typical cooked foods. To me, they are space wasters. Gone are the days when I used to be able to consume large volumes of food, so these days, I only load up repeatedly on what I like best: Fresh Raw Oysters, Chilled Seafoods, Sashimi and Roast Beef. Sure I’d explore the rest of what the buffet can offer, but the key determinant for a good buffet for me, are these 4 items. Continue reading “Oysters Occassions at 10 at Claymore.”