The Line at Shangri-La, Singapore

June 17, 2008 at 10:23 pm Leave a comment

scallops n lobster



choc mousse and cheesecake mousse

On our first night in SG 2 weeks ago  we had dinner with CS, dh’s elder brother.  I wanted to eat at Mortons(famous steak house), but a table was only availble after 8:45pm.  I didn’t mind, but dh said his bro had to get up at 6am for work and it wouldn’t be nice to impose on him.  OK, CS suggested on the dinner buffet at the Shangri-La Hotel:  a   Dh and I was kinda  tired of having buffets from Club Med everyday already the previous week, but his bro was quite keen so we said ok.  It actually turned out very good.  The Shangri-La here in KL also has excellent buffets and the one in SG was even better.  Restaurants in SG can serve pork and there is no law for having the “halal”(pork free) logo required for most restaurants like in MY.  I was delighted to see pork dishes like sausages, roast pork, pork chops and even pork knuckle.  The dinner buffet is 88 Singapore dollars serving international food with 18 stations with freeflow of wines, beer, and juices.  Quite steep, but well worth it.  The fresh seafood station had surprisingly Boston lobster, scallops, and the usual king prawns,  fresh oysters, mussels, seafood salads  et etc.  The Japanese food station was impressive-sashimi freshly sliced for you.  I had my fill of salmon belly and butter fish. ] I also had great medium rare pieces of roast beef.  I also asked for one of the end cuts.  Wow, haven’t had good roastbeef in a long time.  The dessert station was too good to resist.  I had the choc mousse and cheesecake mousse.  Simply heaven. 


Entry filed under: Dinners, Restaurants.

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