The Line at Shangri-la Hotel Buffet
The Line, known for it’s sumptuous international buffet including crustacean bar, meat items, Indian cuisine, salad bar, dessert corner – the highlight is undoubtedly Grandma’s Kitchen, available every Tuesday dinner featuring a Peranakan-themed buffet in collaboration with Shermay Lee, founder and owner of her eponymous label, Shermay’s Singapore Fine Food. Some of the Peranakan dishes that you shouldn’t miss! Rissoles, Ngoh Hiang, Lorbak, Pong Tauhu Soup, Udang Pedas Nanas, Babi Pongteh, Nyonya Chap Chai, Nyonya Chicken Curry With Roti Jala, Ayam Buah Keluk, Baked Fish With Green Sambal and Crackers/Keropok. Enjoy a theatrical look high above with the brillant orange light box traversing the ceiling and floor anchors the interiors.
It’s hard to miss the Ayam Buah Keluk as we walked past this dish. The ayam buah keluak had a fragrant sauce and we love that the chicken pieces were served in chunky pieces that are of fall-of-the-bone delicate.
The tangy sweet Udang Pedas Nanas combination is very appetising which compliments well with a bowl of hot rice.
Something that we enjoyed at The Line buffet – try a bit of everything.
This Peranakan meatball soup is tender and flavourful pork meatballs and vegetables, all simmered in a light broth.
Also, not to miss The Line Signature Crustacean Bar, featuring a range of seafood like snow crab legs, crabs, scallops, oysters and more.
The texture of durian coconut cake was smooth and melts in the mouth. Nothing beats the aroma of durian taste continues to linger in the mouth after a meal.
Grandma’s Kitchen Buffet at The Line is available every Tuesday dinner from 6pm to 10pm until 30 March 2020. One of the perks is grandma dines for free (65 years & above).
The Line Restaurant at Shangri-la Hotel
22 Orange Grove Rd, Lower Lobby, Tower Wing, Singapore 258350
Reservation: +65 6213 4398 | Dining.email@example.com
The Line Buffet Price:
S$88++ per adult S$80++ per adult (from 1 February 2020)
Spice Brasserie PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road Hotel Buffet
The design of a brand-new Spice Brasserie sets the tone for the experience and Asian street food with a twist with four live stations – Charcoal Grill, Tandoor, Asian Salad Bar and Teppanyaki ice cream. Spice Brasserie is helmed by Robert Chan, Executive Chef of Parkroyal Kitchener Road with a focus of creating dishes from scratch and authentic flavours. Spacious dining by sleek, light wood decor good for a gathering with friends and family.
Charcoal Grilled, one of the highlights at Spice Brasserie, where the street food go along with charcoal fire. What’s amazing? Some of the selected items are prepared using Robatayaki style, a specialised Japanese grilling method.
Another must try will be the Broken Rice Claypot Porridge cooked in batches on the charcoal fire. A comforting porridge packed with the goodness of light yet flavourful stock. Scooped out the ingredients like white clams, sliced barramundi and finally garnish with fried spring onions and coriander leaves.
Probably you can guess my favourite seafood – scallops.
Spice Brasserie, as situated in the heart of Little India, offers North and South Indian cuisine. Something different that is not commonly found at other hotel buffet will be the squid ink naan prepared fresh upon request. That’s on top of other fares like butter chicken, gobi manchurian and more.
Some of the local desserts likes of homemade durian pengat with sticky rice, DIY muah chee with peanut and black sesame, assorted kuehs and chempedak cake and more.
Spice Brasserie PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road Hotel
181 Kitchener Rd, Singapore 208533
Reservation: +65 6428 3160 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Lunch starting from S$34 per person
Dinner starting from S$42 per person
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