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7 of the most droolworthy surf and turf dishes in Singapore

From hotel buffets to hip restaurants, here's the catch of the day. 

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By SG-Promoted | Jun 28, 2016

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    Brizo Restaurant & Bar

[Sponsored] Craving for juicy Maine lobsters or a hearty prime steak? Well, look no further. Check out our round up of seven of the most exciting surf and turf dishes from Chope's mouthwatering Instagram (@chopesg) archives. Read on for your next dinner inspiration. 

Lobster pan at Brizo Restaurant & Bar

 
For an all-you-can-eat seafood feast, head over to Brizo Restaurant & Bar at Park Hotel Clarke Quay. The buffet restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner—for an all-in-one seafood meal, don't miss the Lobster Pan, a dinner highlight that has a whole Maine lobster, tiger prawns, clams, black mussels, and sides like potatoes, corn and sausages. Book now!

Lobster roll at Dancing Crab

 
You can't dine at a Lousiana-style seafood joint without ordering the signature seafood broil. But a good alternative is this lobster roll, which has satisfying chunks of meat and a generous portion of fries. At $29.50, it's one of the more affordable versions in town—you'll have change left for a refreshing glass of white wine. Book now!

Seafood linguine at FYR Cycene Ond Drinc

 
This rustic grill along Boon Tat Street has recently revamped its menu, and while they are popular for their Josper-cooked barbecued meats, the restaurant does some mean seafood dishes too. Try the seafood linguine with Thai basil and curry leaves or the smoky seabass fillet, served with roasted baby potatos, bell peppers and olive salsa. Book now!

Spaghetti aglio olio with Hokkaido scallops at Garibaldi

 
If you're feeling fancy, then opt for the executive chef lunch menu at Garibaldi, a fine dining Italian restaurant along Purvis Street. For $68++ per person, the three-course spread covers two starters, a main and a dessert. Look out for the spaghetti aglio olio with Hokkaido scallops and bottargra. Book now!

Crab bee hoon soup at Melben Seafood Toa Payoh

Chili crab may be one of Singapore's most iconic dishes, but not far behind is the crab bee hoon soup, a fragrant and savory broth with rice noodles and a whole crab. For one of the best renditions of the dish, head to Melben Seafood, a household name that started as a small stall on Alexandra Road 28 years ago. Book now!

Wagyu steak at Morsels

This fusion casual-dining restaurant by local chef-owners Bryan Chia and Petrina Loh doles out East-West sharing plates along Mayo Street. True to its farm-to-table concept, Morsels serves hearty and unpretentious plates that uses common produce in unconventional ways. Still, if you are in the mood for a reliable meal, order the juicy wagyu steak. Book now!

Dry-aged ribs at Opus Bar & Grill

One of Hilton Hotel's best kept secret is a fancy steakhouse that specializes in prime cuts and sustainably-sourced seafood cooked on a charcoal grill pod. To infuse a smokey flavor in the meats, the restaurant ages the steaks for14-36 days before grilling. We recommend the Australian Rangers Valley dry-aged rib (800g), that has a marbling score of four. Book now!

 

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