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T. Dining by Singapore Tatler - - Internatio­nal - Shangri-la Ho­tel, Sin­ga­pore, 22 Or­ange Grove Road, S(258350) TEL: 6213 4275­ga­pore

This buf­fet stal­wart has al­ways been a fam­ily favourite and caters to dif­fer­ent palates with its ex­pan­sive of­fer­ings. Al­ways buzzing with din­ers, the cold seafood sta­tion serves the fresh­est se­lec­tion of prawns, mus­sels, clams, crab and oys­ters. Also a stand­out is the Ja­panese cui­sine sec­tion; the ami­able chef is al­ways on hand to serve freshly sliced sashimi, rolled sushi and tem­pura at your re­quest. While there are many en­trees here, the item to go for is the Stan­broke wagyu rib-eye steak; the suc­cu­lent meat from Dar­ling Downs in Queens­land,

Aus­tralia, is mar­vel­lously ten­der and sea­soned well. For a bit of lo­cal flavour, don’t for­get to try the laksa. The gravy is well bal­anced and not overly rich, and is served with fresh prawns and de­li­cious fish­cake. The spa­cious in­te­ri­ors are di­vided into sec­tions, with an al fresco area of­fer­ing a pool­side view. There is a limited wine list here, but if you want to take ad­van­tage of free-flow bub­bly, come on Sun­days.


Seafood lovers can in­dulge in the marine har­vest buf­fet, which is avail­able at din­ners on Tues­days and Thurs­days.


1. Sin­ga­porean laksa

2. Stan­broke wagyu beef rib-eye steak 3. Prawn noo­dle soup

4. In­dian prata

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