Seafood Shellout by Royal Cuisine Group Review



Fancy a seafood feast in the comfort of your house?

We had the opportunity to try out the Seafood Shellout by Royal Cuisine Group. If you are a seafood lover, you would love this value-for-money mini seafood feast.

The seafood buffet consists of a variety of seafood as follows.



Review
Seafood Shellout box


The Seafood Shellout came nicely packed into a customised box.

Seafood Shellout 


In the box are 2 platters that are packed with Seafood delights.
Seafood Shellout

The seafood is warm when delivered, so if you order to eat on the spot, we recommend getting it closer to your meal time. Otherwise, you can always choose to heat up the dishes when you are ready.


There are a selection of sauce you can choose for your seafood to be cooked in

  • Chilli Crab
  • Cajun
  • Spicy Cajun
  • Black Pepper
  • Salted Egg

We decided to opt for the Cajun style, which in our opinion, suit this Seafood Shellout perfectly. With a dash of rosemary, the seafood is enhanced with a woody and peppery taste.

Seafood Shellout

The seafood was fresh and delightful. A surprise on the menu was the Mud Crab. It was supposed to weigh in at 1.5kg. Instead of 1 crab, we had 2 regular portions that are pretty decent in part.

Awesome Seafood feast
While this dish was meant for 10, we reckoned it is more for 5-6 if you get it as a standalone dish. If you are complimenting it with a buffet, it should work fine. Royal Cusine Group does have a wide selection of buffet options, including mini buffets that you can choose from to enhance the meal.
Fresh!


Verdict

Overall the Seafood Shellout is fresh and, in our opinion, worth the bang for the buck. On our recent trip to a popular seafood restaurant, a crab of about 1.5kg already cost $150. We reckoned that this is a good deal with the additional seafood thrown in the mix. 



This Seafood Shellout would be perfect for mini parties or a little indulgence at home!

#Disclosure
TWD was provided with a set for review. All opinions are of our own.


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