Tokyo’s Spring Feast at Carousel

Chef Yasuyuki Sato Guest Chef Carousel Royal Plaza on Scotts
Sashimi, Carousel, Royal Plaza on Scotts
Tempura, Carousel, Royal Plaza on Scotts

Back by popular demand, Royal Plaza on Scotts will be bringing back authentic Japanese cuisine to Carousel from 16 to 25 May 2012. The hotel has invited two distinguished Japanese guest chefs, Yasuyuki Sato and Yasuhiro Shima from the renowned Royal Park Hotel Tokyo, Genjikoh Japanese Restaurant. The Japanese Food Promotion which is brought together by the joint partnership between the Summit Hotels and Resorts™, a brand of Preferred Hotel Group, will complete the cross cultural exchange, following the Singapore Food Promotion held in Japan during February.

Chef Sato, who is leading this promotion, has more than 22 years of culinary experience from prestigious establishments and had an impressive stint in Washington DC. He specialises in Kaiseki cuisine, using the freshest ingredients to bring the finest flavours of the season to the tables. The culinary art form presents each of the dishes in their best by striking the optimum balance of taste, texture, appearance and colours.

Carousel’s Japanese promotion is available during the dinner meal period from 6.30pm to 10.30pm, at $75++, from 16 to 25 May 2012. Guests can contact Carousel at 6589 7799 or carousel@royalplaza.com.sg for enquiries and visit www.carouselbuffet.com.sg for online reservations.

Guests can immerse themselves in the beauty of Japan’s traditional flower arrangement art form by Ikebana International Singapore Chapter 135 as they step into the hotel. The elegant ikebana arrangements spruce up the surroundings, bringing the season of spring from Tokyo to life in the hotel lobby. These exquisite masterpieces provide guests a visual feast while they indulge in sumptuous Japanese fare. The arrangements will be on display from 16 May to 25 May.

Source = Royal Plaza on Scotts
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