Singapore's most famous buffet, The Line at the Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, has a new Chef de Cuisine Vincent Wong. In view of the F1 weekend in Singapore this month, Chef Vincent has prepared a special menu for this special occasion - foie gras presented TEN ways, 13 different types of fresh seafood on ice, 30 types of Old and New World cheese and most importantly, UNLIMITED servings of Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque 2007.
For the seafood lovers, diners at this special F1 Sunday Champagne brunch will be able to enjoy 13 varieties of fruits de mer which include the following. Grand seafood presentations will feature fresh sashimi, Oyster Rockerfeller with France Prat Ar Coum oysters from Brittany as well as Lobster Thermidor.
- Oysters (from Ireland, Sydney and France)
- Crabs (Alaskan Red King, Alaskan Bairdi Snow and Sri Lankan)
Diners will also be able to indulge in foie gras presented 10 different ways and paired with ingredients like beech wood, figs, yuzu, Tahitian vanilla and even chocolate chips.
While The Line is well-known for the abundance of fresh seafood, meat-lovers will also be able to choose from a variety of cuts at the butcher's station which will also feature SIX different roasts.
- 48-Hour Slow Roasted Wagyu Beef Leg with a Mustard Crust
- Australian Stockyard Tomahawk Steak
- 200 Day Grain–fed Australian Stockyard Striploin Roasted Stockyard Beef Striploin with Truffle Jus,
- Herb-crusted Lamb Rack and more.
Cheese-lovers will not be left out of the fun as there will be a huge variety of hand-selected artisanal aged cheese from both the New and Old World.
No buffet is complete without an impressive dessert spread and The Line will most definitely blow you away with a dessert extravaganza of pastries, exquisite tarts and cakes, fruit trifle, Singaporean desserts and “kuehs” and ice cream overlooked by the Area Executive Pastry Chef Hervé Potus. Additionally, there is a frozen yoghurt machine for you to create your own froyo with over 20 condiments to choose from.
with unlimited Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque 2007
with unlimited Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut
For bookings, please call (65) 6213 4398 or email email@example.com. For instant online reservations, please visit http://www.shangrila.com/singapore/shangrila/dining.
The hairy crabs are back at the Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore's Shang Palace between now and 30 November 2016 and they are available for lunch and dinner - diners may opt of for the special prix fixe six-course hairy crab menu or from a selection of nine a la carte items. Known for it furry claws, the Chinese mitten crabs are only available for a few months each year, making the famous golden roe a seasonal delight.
The Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore is one of the most luxurious hotels you can stay in Singapore. If you have not been to this amazing property, you will almost definitely be blown away by the impressive rooms in the Garden Wing and the exclusive Valley Wing (which comes with free-flowing Champagne!). If you have been here, you will know how tempting it is to actually stay in the hotel all-day long. The Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore is proud to present an all-inclusive 'Stay, Sip and Savour' room package which helps you to do just that.
In recognition and support for the Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October 2016, the Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore has specially curated a series of dining experiences at the iconic Rose Veranda, Lobby Court as well as The Line Shop to increase awareness and to raise funds for the Breast Cancer Foundation.
Enjoy Shang Palace's exquisite mooncake creations this year from 28 July to 15 September 2016 this year. The pièce de résistance this year for Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore has to be the Honey Chocolate Collection which will feature four distinct flavours - Dark Chocolate, Milk Chocolate and Salted Toffee, White Chocolate Passion Fruit with Mango, and Roasted Sicilian Pistachio.
The Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore remains to be one of Singapore's most luxurious hotels. There are three wings to the hotel and each one of them offer a distinctive experience. As you may already know, the Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore is currently running the "Time Out" Weekend Staycation Package which is perfect for an indulgent weekend if you are looking to spend quality time with your loved ones.
The Dragon Boat Festival (2016) is drawing nearer and Shang Palace has six new rice dumpling flavours this year to excite your palate! From 23 May 2016 to 09 June 2016, indulge in the Bird’s Nest Rice Dumpling with Salted Egg Yolk and Custard alongside traditional favourites like all-time bestseller, Shang Palace Signature Rice Dumpling. There is also a special seven-course Dragon Boat festival set menu (lunch and dinner) from S$108++ per person (minimum 4 to dine) that is created by Master Chef Steven Ng to complement the festivities this year.
The Waterfall, located within the resort-like Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, is one of my favourite Italian restaurants in Singapore. Chef de Cuisine Marco De Vincentis has just unveiled a refreshed menu of Southern Italian classics with 27 new a la carte creations and six new desserts. You should also take advantage of the promotion right now which gives you double Golden Circle points when you dine on weekdays (equivalent to 20% cash back!).
Looking to celebrate a special occasion? Check out the Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore's brand new “Time Out” Weekend Staycation for two (available until 31 December 2016) at the lush Garden Wing which is set amongst 15 acres of tropical flora - check out my previous stay in the Garden Wing of the hotel! There is plenty of time to spend with your friend or loved one when you have the whole weekend to yourselves - made better with drinks and afternoon tea!
Journey through Wonderland this Easter (2016) with whimsical Alice in Wonderland-inspired highlights at the Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore. Whether you are looking for ultra-adorable chocolate eggs (available for takeaway), an Afternoon Tea at Rose Veranda, a magical meal at The Line or the Enchanted Chocolate Mushroom Workshop for children, Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore has it all planned out for you!
If there was one hotel I had to pick for exclusivity and opulence, it has to be the Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore. There are three major wings in the hotel - Tower, Garden and Valley (in order of extravagance). While I did fall in love with the Garden Wing where I stayed previously in a Deluxe Pool View Room, since it reminded me of a resort away from the city, the Valley Wing is on a different league of its own. According to reputable sources within the hotel, the Valley Wing was also where Barack Obama (and various other heads of state as well as celebrities) stayed during his visit to Singapore.