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Seafood lovers rejoice! @grandc is launching their Seafood Night Buffet where diners get to enjoy Freshly Shucked Seasonal Oysters and Canadian Snow Crab Legs for dinner daily.

Weekend dinner includes Boston Lobster on Ice! You’ll definitely be spoilt for choices at Food Capital @grandcopthornewaterfront!

Hurry gather your friends and family for a night of amazing seafood feast!

Check out @grandcopthornewaterfront for more details!

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Seafood lovers rejoice! @grandc is launching their Seafood Night Buffet where diners get to enjoy Freshly Shucked Seasonal Oysters and Canadian Snow Crab Legs for dinner daily.

Weekend dinner includes Boston Lobster on Ice! You’ll definitely be spoilt for choices at Food Capital @grandcopthornewaterfront!

Hurry gather your friends and family for a night of amazing seafood feast!

Check out @grandcopthornewaterfront for more details!

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While @foodcapital.gcw roast meats, claypot and salad/cold appetiser stations were decent in terms of quality & selection, the much more diminutive tempura station was a true stunner. It sits alongside the satisfactory sashimi station, but it deserves more attention than the perennially popular sashimi. Sure, buffets & fried foods evoke imaginations of grease soaked, limp and tepid fried calorie nukes, but Food Capital’s tempura station is clear of the rest.⠀

While they don’t deep fry everything to order, they do it in small batches. At dinner service, this ain’t a problem, as the steady flow of diners ensure that the tempura is depleted rapidly, necessitating a constant replenishment of the fried goodies. Yes, it’s pretty close to freshly fried, and the quality is not inferior to dedicated tempura joints.⠀

Many restaurants tend to deep fry their less than fresh prawns, a waste reducing move that I agree with, but the prawns that get transformed into tempura at @grandcopthorne Food Capital are remarkably fresh. Each crispy bite through the airy batter gives way into a springy, decently seasoned & subtly sweet shrimp, and it gets even better when you dip it into the hot tentsuyu (tempura dipping sauce). As for the accompanying vegetables, they were no less impressive. The sweet potato & eggplant were fabulously fresh & satisfyingly sweet, while the enoki & shiitake mushrooms were crunchy outside & charmingly chewy inside.⠀

The other item that was served on Lunar New Year’s Eve was a tempura teriyaki chicken maki roll. Well, it’s sushi rice wrapped around a tender teriyaki chicken fillet, wrapped in seaweed, deep fried and garnished with bonito flakes & a dash of tempura sauce. There was no way this was ever gonna be anything other than addictively delicious, and it was a bit of a struggle to not get seconds of this one. However, the pressing need to save stomach capacity for the rest of the brilliant buffet won out.⠀

Food Capital has truly awed me with their first rate buffet, and I’d gladly make a return visit in the near future. Absolutely capital, blud.

This year’s Lunar New Year eve reunion dinner was a considerably more lavish affair than usual thanks to @foodcapital.gcw at @grandcopthorne. I’ve never had a reunion dinner at a buffet restaurant before, so I was slightly amused when we were served a Yu Sheng platter upon getting seated. The Prosperity Yu Sheng was extra fancy with the addition of abalone & lobster to the usual salmon sashimi, and while 年年 may not have 余, this Yu Sheng was full of 鱼.⠀

The plum & mandarin orange dressing gave the preserved fruit & veggie strips an irresistible sweet & sour flavouring, and I had to actively restrain myself from polishing it all off. Next we were served the mini double-boiled Buddha Jump Over The Wall soup (which I forgot to take a photo of ffs), which is so good I’d jump over a few walls for this sumptuous soup.⠀

It’s light, but my good god it’s so stupendously savoury, subtly sweet and just the right shade of herbal & medicinal to make you feel reinvigorated. Better yet, there were lots of gratifying goodies submerged in that sapid soup. Abalone, chicken, scallops & fish maw, to be precise. No shark fin here, Grand Copthorne are doing the environmentally conscious thing here, and for that I applaud them.⠀

And the last of the CNY trio to be served to us was a mini Pen Cai. This was also unexpectedly delicious, and the thick, lustrous sauce breathed even more deliciousness into the roast duck, roast pork, soy chicken, prawns, dried oysters and mushrooms.⠀

I certainly was not expecting to be this impressed by these individual dishes at a buffet, but the attention to detail & painstaking effort to prep these delicious dishes by Food Capital was definitely deeply appreciated by me & my family.

@foodcapital.gcw at @grandcopthorne has one of the most impressive seafood sections. I can’t say if it’s always this excellent all year round, but I can confirm that the Lunar New Year Prosperity Buffet special that runs until 15 February will run these sublime seafood selections.⠀

The oysters only emerge from their shells at dinner, but they are well worth the wait. Tastefully briny and compellingly creamy with a clean & crisp finish, these marvellous mollusks are impeccably indulgent. While the Chilean scallops are less flashy, they are fantastically fresh, boasting a sweetness that’s only possessed by the freshest of seafoods.⠀

The undisputed showstopper here are definitely those colossal Canadian snow crab legs. While I’m pretty annoyed that Food Capital neither provides shell/nutcrackers nor cracks it up for you beforehand, the payoff is well worth the labour. The trick is break the crab at the joints, then jam your fork in and twist against the shell until it cracks. Pry it open to reveal an absolute bounty of stunningly sweet & brilliantly briny crabmeat. I have no idea how it managed to stay this fresh despite being out on a buffet lineup, but I was absolutely besotted with these beautiful long legs.⠀

Besides crabs, oysters & scallops, they have other crustacean options too. Black mussels, flower clams, prawns and sea whelk round out the remarkably varied selection on offer here, and all the shellfish here are sublimely fresh and an absolute delight to devour naked, or with a dash of lemon & Tabasco, or with a delightful dollop of Food Capital’s house-made brandy cocktail sauce. At just $88++ per person for dinner, this is a fantastic feast that should not be missed.

CNY feasting continues until the 15th day so… come feast like a king this with the Prosperity Buffet at Food Capital, @grandcopthorne.

Dive into auspicious dishes such as Yusheng topped with fresh salmon, maguro & hamachi, Shanghainese Style Noodle with Abalone & Spring Onion Oil, Gan Xiang Prawn with Chilli and Curry Leaves, alongside with unlimited servings of Seafood on ice, grilled and roasted meat, signature Claypot dishes, desserts and many more!

From now till 15th Feb, Lunch is at $72++ and Dinner at $88++ but your 2nd Diner gets 50% OFF when you quote "qingxiangsqxxFoodCapital" verbally or in writing when booking!

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