Aqueen Hotel Lavender in Singapore is centrally located along Lavender Street. Whether you’re coming from east coast, west coast, or somewhere central; hotel is accessible through any mode of transport systems. Appreciate the untouched top choices Teochew Porridge at Aqueen Hotel Lavender, Petite Menu, with a steal at only S$9.90++. Probably the cheapest hotel lunch buffet promotion in Singapore! An exhibit of the main dishes and sauces anticipate you till 15 April at Petite Menu. The buffet offers a different assortment of 15 dishes day by day at the cost of S$9.90++ (Adult) and S$5.90++ (Child). The buffet dishes changes daily, where you can appreciate distinctive rarities in each visit. It is the temptation of wanting to try a variety of foods that makes it particularly hard not to overeat at a buffet. The variety of foods at Petite Menu is just nice. A nice porridge buffet during lunch time with a satisfied mind and tummy ready back to work, less the bloatiness from the standard buffet.
Teochew Porridge Buffet Main Dishes and Condiments:
- Sweet Potato Porridge
- Plain Porridge
- Chinese Sausage
- Soya Sauce Chicken
- Oyster Sauce Chicken with Ginger and Spring Onion
- Braised Pork Belly
- Sotong in black sauce
- Minced Pork with Mui Chye
- Braised Peanut
- Braised Tau Kee
- Yong Tau Foo with black bean chilli
- Braised Tau Pok
- Braised Chicken Feet
- Braised Tau Kwa
- Braised Hard Boiled Egg
- Pickled Lettuce
- Chilli Ikan Billis
- Luncheon Meat or Sausage with Baked Bean
- Chye Poh Omelette
- Onion Omelette
- Salted Egg
- Nonya Curry Chicken
- Deep-fried Fish Filet in Sweet and Sour Sauce
- Sardines with Onion and Chilli
- Thai Chilli Fish Cake
- Egg Tofu in Crabmeat Sauce
- Sautéed Bean Sprout with Salted Fish
- Kailan in Oyster Sauce
- Fried Sambal Kangkong
- Stir fried Lady Finger with Chilli
- Red Bean Soup with Sago
- Fresh Fruit Platter
There are many dishes and condiments for the porridge buffet that one serving of hot porridge is definitely not enough.
Get old school dishes like chye poh omelette, braised tau pok, tau kee, pork belly, salted egg yolk and more to go with your porridge. You certainly can’t miss any of the braised dishes, I feel it’s one of the better braising in Singapore. And delightful to find runny salted egg yolk here.
If you’re craving for Thai food, they have Thai chilli fish cake with lots of flavours and crunch in it! Besides the Thai chilli fish cake, chilli lovers can anticipate for nonya curry chicken; thick, rich and creamy.
I am pretty amazed by the food, specially prepared by the young chef. Despite his age, he can cook many old school dishes pretty well. As the porridge buffet menu changes on day to day basis, the dishes you see here might not be available on your visit. Don’t be disappointed! You can actually make a request for the specific food items in advance. Thumbs up for the extra service. The petite buffet menu is valid till 15 April 2017 only.
Tips: The restaurant is quite crowded after 12.30pm. It is recommended to make a reservation three days in advance before you drop by.
*Service charge(10%) and GST(7%) applicable.
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