The spotlight shines on local and regional flavours at Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road. Here you can sample an array of flavoursome crabs, fresh seafood on ice, a live carving roast meat station and more – all carefully crafted by Executive Chef Low Hoe Kiat. Ginger’s unlimited Asian buffet offers excellent value-for-money, giving you access to a bountiful catch from the sea, served up to you in a variety of ways. Tuck into delectable dishes such as chilli crabs; baked salmon with ginger, lemongrass and pesto or black pepper crabs – all of which are sure to be a hit with anyone who has a penchant for seafood. You won’t find a better deal than this around Bugis or Singapore for that matter, so reserve ahead at this restaurant to avoid disappointment!
Fans of Plaza Brasserie at the PARKROYAL Hotel on Beach Road were dismayed to learn that it was the end of the road for their favourite restaurant, but they shouldn’t be. Taking its place is Ginger, an all-you-can-eat spot that showcases the well-loved flavours of Singapore and Asia through a wide assortment of seafood specialities.
Start with your choice of crustaceans from the ice counter before moving along to the hot pot, where you drop your favourite prawns, lobsters, clams and mussels into the special seafood broth to cook. A Singaporean classic that is also a national dish, the chilli crab is a must-have, and it’s best shared with your crew together with a portion of whole sea bass baked in rock salt. The selection of crispy roast meats will appease all carnivores, who should also save some room in their tummies for Ginger’s Hainanese chicken rice, tandoori lamb chops, and satay skewers served fresh off the grill. Last but not least, you can’t go wrong with the restaurant’s signature lemongrass ginger ice cream for dessert – a refreshing treat like no other. We expect long lines at Ginger, so book your table at PARKROYAL on Beach Road's buffet gem before seats fill up.
Nice buffet spread. Food is delicious. Need to be there early to eat the lobsters because they are gone by 8.30. Overall, good value for money.
very generous serving and free flow of lobsters and crabs, good value for money! However limited choices for those sashimi lovers, dessert selection also limited
Lobster, crab, cakes, fruits, ice cream, very value for money Recommend for seafood lovers Taste is better than my first visit Good restaurant for family
Its worth the $58++, especially with UOB Card's 20% discount, or 30% (privilege), plenty of seafood, I didn't have stomach for everything but I attacked a lot of crabs and lobsters! It's available every day now, it used to be only Sun-Thurs if not wrong, and mainly crab, but now there's lobsters, crayfish, prawns etc
this is my 2nd visit after a week from my 1st. compared to 1st visit for lunch, 2nd visit is for dinner is more crowded, signature dishes need to queue. the queue is especially long for the lobster in pumpkin. And there is queue for coffee machine and no milk is replenish when is our turn. slower service in terms of clearing plates. overall, my recommendation is lunch since service is better and faster. food choice is slightly difference which is not a concern.
Value for money deal. Reservation is fuss-free except that payment needs to be made in advance for the promotion at Ginger. Some hits and misses but for the price, it is decent.
Wanted to use my UOB card to settle bill in order to get 20% discount, but due to whatever unknown reason, the staff told my card cannot be read, and was not keen to offer other alternatives or try ways to get the transaction across with the 20% discount. Food was only normal tasting, and towards 9:30pm, they did not stock up the food anymore, especially the desserts which people tend to eat towards the end.
Food choice not the greatest.. Lobster were stile n taste like it was cooked yesterday.. Crab choice was sufficient but mini size.. If u cant afford it remove it from menu don't embarrase yourself.. No oysters!! (U r joking right??) Service is a plus. (service saved the day from total disappointment) I paid $277 for 2 pax.. Cheap lesson if u ever hear buffet has unlimited crab n lobster!! Ha..
A true crustacean feast. Service staff promptly clear the plates. I think Best timing to go would be lunch time on sunday. Its not crowded, and food was constantly replenished.
The restaurant was good.. but the food so so.. maybe the food Nor really hot.. like the crab and Lobster I expected to be very hot and nice but turn up cold. The rest of the food is normal like a buffet styles.