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    Hello Cotters! Which place in SG serves fresh Oysters on shells? Preferably buffet-style. I'm feeling hungry!

    All recs will be appreciated from this hungry cotter!

  • #2
    Try Genghis Khan at Taka? It's buffet and they serve lots of cold dish..
    Jack's Place serves nice oysters too! Though it's not buffet style..
    HTHs!

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    • #3
      Plenty of places, some off the top of my head: marriott, Shangri-la, goodwood park.

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      • #4
        The dinner buffet at the Ritz has oysters on shells

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        • #5
          Triple Three at Mandarin Hotel has a great buffet. $50++ per person with all you can eat freshly shucked oysters, salmon sashimi, lobsters and tons of other food.

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          • #6
            Riding onto this thread... May I know where do your get fresh oysters from? Address? Any method of preparing / cooking? Thanks!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by dolphin
              Riding onto this thread... May I know where do your get fresh oysters from? Address? Any method of preparing / cooking? Thanks!
              the best method to eat oysters is to eat them all natural with a bit of lemon juice

              personally i like it raw but SO doesnt so i do it the kilpatrick way

              u need:
              worshire sauce, or lea perrins sauce
              bacon (cut into little bits) - fry them
              lemon juice

              place cooked bacon on top of oysters in shell
              put in abit of worshire sauce or lea perrins on oysters (more or less, the choice is urs)
              place them onto trays

              preheat oven for 10 mins, 180 deg
              dump the oysters into oven for 5 - 10 mins

              u got oysters done in kilpatrick style!


              ETA: u need lemon juice for the final touch

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              • #8
                oysters can be done the chinese style as well

                u need:
                XO sauce (homemade ones or lee kum kee ones)
                spring onions (chopped)
                oysters
                lemon juice
                olive oil

                combine olive oil, XO sauce and spring onions
                pour bit of the sauce onto oysters in shells
                arrange them onto trays

                preheat oven 10 mins at 180 deg
                dump them in for 5 to 10 mins

                lemon juice for a final touch

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                • #9
                  For oyster lovers, I saw loads of fresh, raw in-their-shell oysters today at Carrefour (suntec city) going at good prices, go grab some to try out natnatviv's recipes.

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                  • #10
                    i love raw oysters, with a bit of lemon juice, tobasco sauce and tomato sauce. yum!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by babyflite
                      Triple Three at Mandarin Hotel has a great buffet. $50++ per person with all you can eat freshly shucked oysters, salmon sashimi, lobsters and tons of other food.
                      Hi5! i second this!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by babyflite
                        i love raw oysters
                        Me too! Besides, I like cook ones too.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by babyflite
                          Triple Three at Mandarin Hotel has a great buffet. $50++ per person with all you can eat freshly shucked oysters, salmon sashimi, lobsters and tons of other food.
                          Sound yummy!!! Too bad my SO is not a big fan of oysters, and with him ard, I can't eat more than 5 oysters


                          Another way of preparing is cheese bacon oyster, I ate once at Australia. I think you just put a piece of cheese and tiny piece of bacon on top of the oyster, and baked.


                          Hyatt Hotel serves fresh oysters too!! I don't quite remember the details.... I think just order the main course, the rest are buffet style. Eat all you can oysters!!

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                          • #14
                            i love fresh oysters with lemon juice and with thousand island dressing!

                            had this yummy oysters in a chinese rest in melbourne. dunno how they cook it but its LOVELY!!!

                            other chinese ways of cooking: steaming it with either garlic or black bean sauce

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by babyflite
                              i love raw oysters, with a bit of lemon juice, tobasco sauce and tomato sauce. yum!

                              yup me too! With lots of tobasco

                              Didn't use to eat raw oysters but ever since I tried the ones at Angus House, I was converted...

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