Immerse yourself in the world of Japanese cuisine at award-winning buffet restaurant, Carousel, Royal Plaza on Scotts, from 10 to 19 August 2018, with the Oishii So Japan! dinner promotion. Japanese guest chefs, Tomoki Kogure and Kenko Kimura of Royal Park Hotels Japan will be in Singapore to dish out their signature creations. On the opening night, guests can also expect a cutting ceremony of an 80kg blue-fin tuna, Taiko Drum performance and eye-catching cosplayers.
Kick off the evening with a high energy Japanese Taiko Drum performance by the renowned MINDS Taiko Drum Troupe, followed by a Japanese tuna cutting ceremony. Tuna cutting is an art itself and requires techniques which are mastered with years of practice. Guests are in for a treat as they get to witness the chefs work their magic on the 80kg blue-fin tuna with meticulous care and skill.
Watch popular anime characters come to life with cosplayers making an appearance at the restaurant on the first two days of the dinner promotion. It is the perfect opportunity to test one’s anime knowledge and to snap a photo to commemorate the moment with the well-known characters.
Courtesy of the guest chefs, delight in the authentic Japanese flavours with dishes such as Ika Meshi (Boiled Squid stuffed with Rice), Umaki (Roasted Eel wrapped in Omelette) and Tai no Marine (Marinated Sea Bream).
At Carousel’s premium homemade ice-cream counter, there are thirteen flavours to select from, with three special Japan-inspired flavours – Mint Yuzu, Matcha Adzuki with Raisin, and Wasabi Cheese. Have the ice-cream by itself to get a taste of the full flavour or top it off with the variety of condiments comprising the likes of meringues, fruits coulis and a variety of sauces.
The Oishii So Japan! dinner promotion is available from 6.30pm to 9.30pm at $83++ for adults and $49++ for children. For online reservations, visit www.carouselbuffet.com.sg. For enquiries, contact Carousel at 6589 7799 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. All prices are subject to 10% service charge and prevailing government taxes.