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If you are a vegetarian, you might want to look away as The Carvery, Park Hotel Alexandra announces the return of its popular The Great Meat Feast promotion for a month-long running from 28 September – 21 October 2018.

Things are definitely beefing up at The Carvery — with a strong focus of premium beef and unique cuts from Australia, Uruguay and Japan, meat lovers can sink their teeth into juicy slabs of meat with amazing taste profiles.

The key feature and highlights of The Great Meat Feast 2018 present four drool-worthy proteins – Tajima Wagyu (Australia), 150 Days Grain-Fed Beef City Black Angus (Australia), Ana Paula Black Angus (Uruguay) and Yukimuro Snow-Aged Wagyu Beef (Japan).

In addition to the beefy feast, diners can expect other signature roasts like the succulent Rotisserie Chicken and complementary hot dishes such as sous vide egg with truffle salsa, kale fritters, savoury cheeses and charcuterie, speciality pizzas, pastas and flatbreads, fresh seafood, hearty greens, tempting desserts like Valrhona chocolate brownie trifle and more in its buffet line.

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The restaurant boasts a range of Old and New World wines ($12++ per glass | $60++ per bottle) for your pairing pleasure. Whisky fans can also enjoy a glass of Nikka Whisky straight from the barrel ($12++ per glass | $200++ per bottle).

Fancy something from The Great Meat Feast? Diners can bring home vacuum-packed select meats, charcuterie, wines and cheese purchases from The Carvery.

ABOUT THE BEEF

TAJIMA WAGYU (AUSTRALIA) – Crossed bred with cattle from the original Japanese Tajima bloodline, Australian Tajima cattle are grain-fed on a specially formulated diet for 400 days, resulting in very high-quality wagyu with beautiful marbling and succulent meat. Unique cuts such as Tri Tip, Bolar Blade and Chuck Roll cooked using different methods will be served for guests to enjoy during The Great Meat Feast.

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TAJIMA WAGYU – BOLAR BLADE

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BEEF CITY BLACK 150 DAYS GRAIN-FED TOMAHAWK (AUSTRALIA) – Beef City Black Angus is known for exquisite marbling. As the cows are grain-fed for 150 days, they develop substantial intramuscular fat with great taste and texture. Luxurious tomahawk steaks are used for the Great Meat Feast, cooked dirty-style directly on hot coals to impart a distinct smokiness to complement the steak’s stronger robust flavours.

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ANA PAULA BLACK ANGUS (URUGUAY) – As one of Uruguay’s prime exports, Uruguayan beef is famed for its strict quality control and product provenance. Raised as free-roaming grass-fed cattle in Cerra Largo in northern Uruguay, Ana Paula beef is famed for its leaner cuts with an intensity that will appeal to steak purists.

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YUKIMURO SNOW-AGED WAGYU BEEF (JAPAN) – Not Pictured

Wagyu beef from the Niigata prefecture in Japan is snow-aged using an ancient Japanese method dating back some 200 years. Due to the constant temperature and humidity in the yukimuro snow cellars, the meats’ complex proteins are broken down resulting in a supple and tender texture.

The Great Meat Feast runs from 28 September to 21 October 2018

Prices Weekdays
(Mon to Thu)
Weekends
(Fri to Sun)
Adult $78++ $88++
Child $38++ $38++

 

 

 

 

 

THE CARVERY – THE GREAT MEAT FEAST 2018

Address: 323 Alexandra Road, Park Hotel Alexandra, Level 7, Singapore 159972

Telephone: +65 6828 8880

Emailthecarvery.phal@parkhotelgroup.com

Websitehttps://www.parkhotelgroup.com/en/alexandra/

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/ParkHotelAlexandra/

Written by Alainlicious

The mastermind of Alainlicious.com | Love taking a walk on the hungry side, in search of new adventures and a great meal. | Follow me on Instagram: @alainlicious for more updates.

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