Celebrate National Day by getting your fill at these heritage buffets
The Line | Shangri-La Hotel Singapore
The Line's legendary dinner buffet spread just got bigger — this time with a whole lineup of hawker favourites to fire up the National Day spirit. It'll feature favourites such as Singapore laksa, oyster omelette, and otak otak alongside creatively reimagined delights such as chicken rice maki rolls and chilli crab brioche. Furthermore, you'll find a pop-up fruit stand filled with tropical fruits and durians (it's the season after all) imported from Malaysia. Don't be surprised to see the restaurant transformed into a bustling food market that'll have you reminiscing the good old days of yore.
Edge | Pan Pacific Singapore
On top of its extensive spread of seafood and grills, the Edge has specially curated a heritage dinner buffet to showcase a wide range of local favourites. There're classic dishes such as satay to tuck into, but save space for more indulgent offerings like beef rendang made with Wagyu, salmon tandoori, and biryani featuring fresh crab meat. The proudly local theme runs into dessert as well, with the likes of durian lava cake, kaya cheese cake, and chendol ice cream joining the spread.
Available for dinner from 5 to 9 August 2016 at Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore.
Colony | The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
Singapore is known for its unique mix of Asian cultures and Colony brings you on a gastronomic journey reflecting these multi-cultural influences with a buffet that spans seven open-kitchens. Expect to find a whole mix of dishes from China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and more. Local flavours reign as well, and come in the form of barbecued sambal stingray, fish head curry, braised mee sua, Indian rojak, chilli crab meat pasta, and gula melaka ice cream.
Available for dinner on 9 August 2016 at Colony, Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore.
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