Food Capital, Grand Copthorne Waterfront – CNY Buffet with Yu Sheng, Claypot Delicacies & Mandarin Orange Bingsu

Ring in the Year of the Tiger with a deluxe international buffet feast at Food Capital, Grand Copthorne Waterfront.

From now till 15 February 2022, toss to a bountiful year with complimentary Yu Sheng topped with fresh salmon, maguro and hamachi. Dine on 31 January to 2 February 2022 (CNY Eve, Day 1 and 2) and indulge in additional toppings of abalone and lobster on Yu Sheng, Mini Double Boiled Buddha Jump Over the Wall and Mini Pen Cai served straight to your table!

Enjoy 50% off second diner when making your reservation by quoting oo_foodieliciousxFoodCapital (verbally or in writing).

Begin the feast with Seafood on Ice including Canadian Snow Crab Leg, Chilean Scallop and Sea Whelk. The dinner-exclusive freshly shucked Canadian Oysters are fresh and plump – something crustaceans lovers could look forward to.

Besides sashimi cuts, there is also an interesting selection of Tempura like Ebi, Sweet Potato, Enoki Mushroom and Eggplant.

Taking centre-stage are the signature claypot delicacies which we went back for seconds.

Excite your taste buds with the spicy and flavourful Sambal Chilli Clam with Onion and Gan Xiang Prawn with Chilli and Curry Leaves. The Teochew Style Fish Fillet with Tofu, on the other hand, offers a belly-warming medley of succulent fish fillets, mushrooms, tofu and vegetables. Add in a pot of Braised Sea Cucumber with Mushroom in Japanese Conpoy Sauce, only available during dinner.

Don’t miss out on Food Capital’s Signature Laksa. Slurp on fragrant, rich laksa broth, crowned with fish cake, tau pok, quail egg, bean sprout and sambal chilli. Or, dig into the Shanghainese Style Noodle tossed in umami spring onion oil and abalone strips.

Other features from the buffet line comprise of the Oven Baked Magret Duck Breast with Goose Liver Sauce, Rotisserie Truffled Chicken, Skewers (Pork, Beef Ball, Lobster Ball, Broccoli, Mushrooms) and an appetising array of Indian curries and tandoori.

Head over to the live station for the Mandarin Orange Bingsu, which is more than a feast to the eyes. Unravel surprising layers of orange-flavoured shaved ice, sorbet and various kinds of frozen fruits accompanied with crunchy chocolate balls, pistachio sprinkles, marshmallows and raspberry drizzle.

Complete the meal with palm-sized festive desserts like Lucky Gold Bar Chocolate Cake and Chia Seed Passion Fruit with Mandarin Orange and Pomelo, as well as a bowl of warm Tang Yuan with White Fungus and Wolfberry in Ginger Soup.

Food Capital

392 Havelock Road, Singapore 169663


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