There's A Durian Buffet In Town And Free Flow Mao Shan Wang Isn't The Only Thing To Look Forward To

Durian – a fruit that inspires either fanatical love or intense loathing; there’s no in between.

If you belong to the camp that LOVES durian, there’s a durian buffet in town we want to put on your radar. At this durian buffet, expect a host of inventive spins on your favourite fruit, as well as – wait for it – FREE FLOW DURIAN!

Image Credit: Parkroyal Hotels

The stars of this buffet dinner are a medley of signature dishes infused with the pungent, creamy fruit. On the savoury end of the spectrum are Durian Ravioli with Sage and Garlic Butter, Butter Durian Prawn with Curry Leaves and Chilli Padi, Wok-Fried Prawn and Petai with Sambal Durian, and Foie Gras Torchon with Torched Meringue.

Image Credit: Parkroyal Hotels

Other die-die must tries that lie on the sweet side are durian pastries including Pandan Crepes with Durian Mousse, Deep-Fried Durian Ice Cream, Mini Durian Crumble and the timeless favourite, Durian Pengat.

Our favourite part? At the outdoor terrace, there will be chefs wielding their knives, serving up all-you-can-eat ”D24” and ”Mao Shan Wang”!

Happening at Lime Restaurant at PARKROYAL on Pickering, this mouthwatering buffet is tagged at $88 per adult (includes free flow coffee and tea) and $58 per child (ages 6 – 12). Available everyday except Monday, this buffet will run from 7 July – 2 September 2017 from 6.30pm to 10.30pm.

So, make a date with all your durian-loving kakees and make sure to come to this buffet with an empty stomach! The last thing you want is to have all the durian you can dream of right before you, only to be too full to eat it!

Thorny Temptations at Lime
Address: 3 Upper Pickering Street, PARKROYAL on Pickering, Singapore (058289)
Date: 7 Jul – 2 Sep
Contact no.: 6809 8899
Price: Adult: $88 | Child (ages 6 – 12): $58
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(Header Image Source: Parkroyal Hotels)

 
 
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