Shangri-La Singapore ushers in a blooming Chinese New Year with an abundance of divine reunion feasts and thoughtfully curated festive goodies to ring in the Year of the Rabbit.
As you can imagine, I am very disappointed by the lack of any form of service recovery for all that has transpired, especially from a hotel of Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore’s standing.
Our stay at Shangri-La Singapore was fabulous and doing nothing at all was definitely a great break for us. Highly recommended!
While I enjoyed the surprisingly contemporary residential experience at the Tower Wing, perhaps the Valley Wing may offer a guest journey that is truer to the core of Shangri-La’s brand of old-world, opulent luxury.
Only one word for those minced pork balls with crab meat served in pork and chicken broth: Delicious!
Most of those I asked would definitely aim for the Nasi Lemak due to its “Michelin” factor, while I actually craved for the ‘simpler’ foods of Carrot Cake and Kaya Toast.
Needless to say, the sashimi was fresh and every item in the bento set was more than satisfying.
Shangri-La Hotel is perched on the top of a hill which overlooks Orchard Road, Singapore's premier shopping destination.
The Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, is a luxury 5 star hotel which has consistently been voted as one of the best hotels, not just in Singapore, but in the whole world!
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Chef Daniel launches new menu of his well-loved star dishes from Hong Kong from 4 October onwards in addition to the restaurant’s renowned Nostalgic dishes, Cantonese classics, and guests’ favourites.
A solid display of heritage and new dishes I had by Chef Daniel, which should bring Shang Palace Singapore to greater heights.
The definitely-not-pink Ngoh Hiang Chicken was juicy and crunchy, with bold meaty savoury salty flavour.
Ambience at The Lobby Lounge Shangri-La is welcoming and grand.
The Chee Cheong Fun hit the spot with its thin silky smooth skin and generous glaze of sweet black sauce. Perfectly springy and chewy, the delicate rice rolls had us going back for more.
No matter your preferred food, The Line has got you covered with their wide spread of exquisite nosh and themed buffets.
The highlight of the buffet is, of course, the durians.
The crisp of the chicken was amazing as well, having gone under the fan, roast, and oil.
I actually felt very honoured to be able to savour Chef Mok's dishes who has bags of awards under his belt.