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This SG Ramadan Buffet Offers Unlimited Lamb Shank Rendang, Marinated Calamansi Octopus, Iced Milo Dinosaur & More

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Qistina Bumidin  •  Apr 01, 2022

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Singapore is truly a hotch-potch of local and international cuisines, and the dishes you find here are often a melting pot of influences. One common blend of two cuisines would be Asian fusion, where the Asian food we love and grew up with is given a contemporary twist! 😱 It might not be new to us, but its endless ability to constantly evolve makes each dish refreshing yet familiar. If you’re looking for a buffet to break fast this Ramadan 2022, why not treat yourself to an eclectic dining experience at Peppermint! 😍

Peppermint Offers A Buffet Of Unique Asian Fusion Cuisine This Ramadan 2022

With its location on level 4 of PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, Singapore, you’ll get a spectacular view of the hotel’s atrium garden. It flaunts two beautiful green glasshouses that will make you feel like you’re dining amongst nature! You can step outside onto the terrace to discover the restaurant’s own Urban Farm. Peppermint’s skilled chefs transform the herbs, edible flowers, and vegetables grown here into garnishes, aromatics, and ingredients for your iftar meal. Ready to take your tastebuds on a gastronomic adventure? Here’s what your upcoming iftar at Peppermint would look like! 😋You’re celebrating a special occasion: finally having iftar with the full, extended family, so what better than a celebratory dish, like their Australian Baby Lamb Shank Rendang? The lamb shanks are slowly braised till it’s ‘fall apart tender' but still holding onto its bone to keep the juiciness you’ll taste in each bite. It’s then cooked in a thick coconut and spice gravy made with lemongrass and turmeric ingredients from their Urban Farm, enhancing the overall flavour of the dish. It’s also served with a side of spicy desiccated coconut for an added nuttery sweetness we love in our rendang. It tastes like home, with an added finesse 😍 P.S. Tempted? We bet you are. Click here to reserve a spot now! Ramadan is already here, so check it out now!
Seafood connoisseurs would appreciate Peppermint’s take on one of the sea’s gems - the Grilled Octopus with Urban Farm Calamansi and Sambal. Large octopus tentacles are marinated with sambal chilli and calamansi, and cooked on freshly harvested banana leaves also from their Urban Farm. It’s a burst of flavours; the tantalising spices and the tangy calamansi brings out the sweet, tasty flavours of octopus! It’s truly a dish meant to be eaten slowly, and let you appreciate the flavours through the night 🤤If you love spice, you have to try this Indonesian dish, Bebek Rica Rica, or Manado Style Slow Cook Duck Leg in English. Duck legs are slow-cooked in chilli, lime leaf and fresh limes, resulting in an irresistible aroma and taste that is simply unforgettable! 🤩They also have other noteworthy dishes to truly amp up your iftar experiences, such as the decadent Indonesian Lobster Kalio (also known as the ‘wet’ rendang), the scrumptious Black Angus Beef Short Rib Satay and spicy Ayam Taliwang. Quench your thirst with your favourite beverages like Iced Bandung and Iced Milo Dinosaur. Did we mention that the buffet is unlimited? 🥳P.S. These dishes look and sound so delicious after a day of fasting! It’s time for you to try it out for yourselves for iftar. Book a reservation via this link to avoid disappointment
Treat yourself and your loved ones to an iftar dining experience like no other at Peppermint; refreshing meals fit for your contemporary, sophisticated tastes while you enjoy the presence of your loved ones in their lush, welcoming environment 🥰Halal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: Level 4, PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, Singapore, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore (039594)Prices & opening hours:Sundown Feasting from SGD98++ per adult and SGD49++ per child6:30pm to 10:00pm Reservations: via online, [email protected] or call 6845 1111 Website | Facebook | InstagramThis article is brought to you by PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, Singapore.