Wow! After an awesome lunch at The White Rabbit in Dempsey road we tried to burn the calories by walking around the city to checkout Singapore’s newest shopping malls. After an exhilarating urban adventure with lots of new retail discoveries, we found ourselves inside StraitsKitchen – one of the most popular buffet restaurant in Singapore.
Chicken and Beef Satay
Upon entering the restaurant I felt like I was inside a market place that practically offers all the best of local Singapore cuisine all in one roof. Asians loves to eat regardless of the season and in no particular reason – we just love to celebrate by treating ourselves with delicious dishes.
Freshly Prepared Poh Piah (Fresh Spring Rolls)
StraitsKitchen offers uniquely Singaporean dishes from Chinese, Malay and Indian inspired dishes and flavors that will surely pamper your palate. I asked our tour guide for a perfect place where I can find a perfect Laksa since I’m really hankering for one and he told me that I’ll find it out later. As we enter the restaurant, I was delighted when I saw a local Chef preparing a Laksa and immediately ordered one even before we got our table.
Fresh Spring Rolls
Majority of the tables were already occupied when we arrived but we were lucky to get a vacant one immediately after checking out the food. They offer everything Halal, no wonder the restaurant has captured a huge market since majority of customers were Malays, Indians and Muslims from neighboring countries.
I felt like I was jumping from one hawker place to another but in a very clean, comfortable and classy environment. Apart from the wide array of Asian dishes, the restaurants interior was also impressive. So hows the food? I had the best huge bowl of Singapore Laksa that night and I already forgot how I managed to eat other dishes that our tour guide recommended. Everything was perfect from appetizer, main dish and desserts. Don’t be surprised why this restaurant is always frequented by tourist and local foodies.
Majority of the customers comes in a group which explains why you will feel a lively atmosphere but it can be noisy at some point. The restaurant is subdivided into various food stations. Roam around and get freshly prepared roast duck and chicken, noodles, Beef and Chicken Satay, Indian curry and my favorite Singapore Laksa. You can even watch how the local dishes being prepared while you request it.
Worry no more about used plates on your table – it will be gone without you noticing it thus it gives you more reason to get more food. LOL
The restaurant is open from Monday to Sunday 6.30 am up to 12.00 midnight. You can call +65 6732 1234 for inquiries and reservations.
Lobby, Grand Hyatt Singapore
10 Scotts Road S(228211), Orchard
Tel: +65 6732 1234