The gorgeous earth-toned dining room is accented in comely shades of blue and offers a view of the tree-lined business district outside. Inside, the service is warm and attentive—earnest staff explain the menu that brings together classic French cuisine (the likes of lobster bisque and braised beef cheek) and Singaporean Chinese fare such as chilli crab. Because these cuisines are distinctly different from each other, the choice can be difficult; diners often feel as if they must stick to one or the other. It is, however, a great place for foreign visitors (particularly those staying in the hotel) to sample elegant renditions of local favourites or sate those homesick palates with familiar Western dishes.
Stick to the elegantly executed classic Singaporean Chinese dishes such as the sweet-and-sour pork. Come for the breakfast buffet—the offerings are plenty and the setting is gorgeous.
1. Lobster bisque
2.Wagyu beef cheek
3.Stir-fried frog legs in spicy Szechuan salt 4.Sweet-and-sour crispy kurobuta pork