Usher this Lunar New Year in a generous tide of abundance, prosperity, and happiness with Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant at Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel.
Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant is launching its Umami Eel Creations Menu from 1 to 30 April 2021. Instead of your usual take on eel in Japanese cuisine, you can enjoy this treasured delicacy found in traditional Chinese cuisine in China.
From specially-curated 8-course Prosperity Set Menus, a la carte Lunar New Year delicacies or exquisitely-made Takeaway Treasures from Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant to Takeaway Goodies to elevate your Lunar New Year celebration.
Hilton Singapore recently refreshed their selection of curated foodie staycations, with the hotel now offering four different Foodie Staycation stay packages (some of which provide savings of up to 60%) until 31 July 2021
Considering the usual rates of a stay at Hilton Singapore, the value here is hard to beat.
While the property may not be an obvious staycation destination given its very old-fashioned approach to business hotel hospitality, what it does have over the newer and snazzier properties in Singapore (and Conrad Centennial Singapore) is warm, heart-felt service.
I can keep eating this.
Regent Singapore does offer a markedly different classic grand hotel experience and a confident and exciting dining programme
丽晶酒店（The Regent Hotel）在这圣诞佳节里于二楼的Basilico餐厅以及一楼的茶廊(Tea Lounge)都推出圣诞佳肴让食客们共庆佳节。
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore offers semi-buffet dinner and Sunday Brunch at One-Ninety Restaurant for this wonderful time.
We had the opportunity to savour some of the dishes for this festive season.
The new Coconut Mousse with Calypso Mango Yule Log is also another must order. Refreshing and tropical, this is a nice change from your usual chocolate options that tend to be a bit heavy especially after all that feasting!
The dish that impressed me the most is the succulent Signature Baked Yoghurt Country Tomato Scottish Salmon, one of the best-baked salmons I had for buffets.
Enjoy Sparkling Festive Buffet with a gastronomic feast prepared by Executive Chef, Jackie Zhang and his culinary team.
The pool is very pleasant. The water tastes clean and it’s empty.
On the whole, if you’re a tourist, I would highly recommend the hotel. It’s right in the heart of the shopping district and is affordable to stay a few days.
For the accommodation quality and location though, it's seriously good value.
A Jingling-Good Time festive buffet, only available on 24 – 25 December 2018, is decidedly more elaborate and lavish.
East Meets West Buffet serves a number of innovative dishes by combining some of the unusual east and west ingredients together which we thought it was a good try. At this buffet, we find that the standard is getting better.
Baked Oyster with Mentaiko, which is definitely a live live must try if you have not been to Triple Three at Mandarin Orchard Singapore.
So if you'd like to splurge on your hotel in Singapore, I would recommend this hotel for its location and of course the breakfast.
On the whole, while it was not a completely pleasant experience, I did enjoy my staycation. I had a peaceful time in my room and apart from the restaurant and reception, was made to feel welcomed by the staff. However, with those little less-than-stellar episodes, I would think twice about recommending the hotel to someone else. Particularly since not everyone would get to experience the housekeeping or room service staff, but everyone definitely has to go through the reception. In fact, I would think twice myself if I were to consider another staycation. Unless, of course, it was again set at an unbeatable price offer.
In true Hotel Jen's fashion, one thing that I love about the buffet spread is how interactive most stations are. There are several local dishes where you can unleash your inner chef and DIY your very own Kueh Pai Ti or mix up your own bowl of Rojak.
It was quite an interesting weekend as I headed to Lounge@Jen for their newly launched Singaporean theme cocktails.
Even with the full 24-hour stay, I felt like I could stay longer at Grand Park Orchard because there's just so much to explore around the area.
One negative aspect were how the rooms are a bit small. Being located in such a prime area, it's probably because of their need to maximize their space.
All in all, the husband and I had a pretty marvelous staycation at Grand Park Orchard and managed to spend quality time with each other over the precious weekend.
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If you were to factor in the dinner value at Opus Bar & Grill for the Steak-Cation Package, you are effectively paying less than S$100 for a room in Orchard Road.
The prices of coffee at hotel restaurants can be scary. We were glad that coffee and tea were include in the price of the Hilton Weekday Lunch Buffet Pop-Up.
I am glad we choose Goodwood Park Hotel to use our SVR voucher. Although it is the second oldest hotel in Singapore, it just ages gracefully. The refurbishment project rejuvenates the rooms while maintaining the grandeur and history of the hotel.
Food at Goodwood Park Hotel is provided by the Coffee Lounge Restaurant, offering a decent range of Singaporean favourites and Western fare on the in-room dining menu.
Herald this Christmas season with Goodwood Park Hotel’s gourmet collection of yuletide goodies and sumptuous dining specials!
New Restaurants for June 2022 - The Coconut Club @ Beach Road, Restaurant Born by Chef Zor Tan @ Jinrikisha Station, PS.Cafe Katong
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Overall, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Grand Hyatt Singapore.
Food at Grissini, Food Capital, Tempo is International cuisine, and includes American, British, Italian, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, with a range of rotisserie / grilled meats, fresh seafood, salads, main courses, stir-frys, desserts, cold cuts, and more.
With attractive early bird prices for the first 50 sign-ups, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel has a slew of packages to ensure a productive workday ahead in Food Capital and Tempo Bar.
If you prefer to have lighter bites, I'd recommend the pork satay and the deep fried wings.
The staycation workshops were pretty fun, and worth getting it together with the room. Plus, you get to enjoy the end product!
Most of the dishes were well cooked and delicious, except for the Sushi Rolls which were 'meh' at best.
the suite was spacious and comfortable, and there is a lot to recommend about the property, from the guest rooms’ bathroom jet massage capabilities and the Wet Lounge’s facilities to Yan Ting’s Sunday Champagne Dim Sum Brunch and the brilliant Remède Spa treatments.
The hotel may wish to relook how it approaches its application of the Marriott Rewards membership benefits, in the interest of preserving guest loyalty and delivering the promise of “live exquisite” as opposed to “leave shortchanged”.