It’s the festive season in your meals indulgences in multicultural Singapore this week. We round up your best offers, from an indulgent Lobsterfest (the call tells it all) to a Gujarati food pageant for your Indian meal cravings. There’s additionally a loose drift of fluffy pancakes at SIRI House!


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Do you pass cray with lobsters? PARKROYAL invites all lobster fanatics to a 4-hour buffet medley of crustaceans – a natural and grilled in scintillating Southeast-Asian flavors.

From 24 May to 30 June, be part of this claws-galore event with unlimited servings of your favorites! From Lobster with Golden Egg Yolk Butter Cream to antique-time loves like Lobster with Singapore Chilli Sauce, the listing will sincerely make you drool. If you want them grillin’, there is also an alfresco BBQ corner to look at the works of perfection and diffusion of sauces.

There may also be a promotion: experience 15 percent savings on the bill with four or more paying adults.

Lobsterfest is going on from 24 May to 30 June 2019 at PARKROYAL on Pickering. Prices begin from $ ninety-nine+ for adults and $ forty-nine+ for kids (ages 4-12). See right here for greater statistics.


Love the scent of spices and curry? Rang Mahal Restaurant brings its 10-day Gujarati Food Festival to Singapore in collaboration with the well-known caterer Tapan Choksi.

Besides actual traditional Gujarati dishes, expanded favorites inclusive of Keri No Ras (fresh mango pulp), Karela Sabzi (crispy sour gourd and onions in curry), and Tadka Undhiyu (one-pot Gujarati vegetable casserole), among others, may be served.

Lunch may be buffet-style, even as dinner is a unique four-direction satisfactory menu. All food encompasses a full vegetarian unfold, but visitors can order non-vegetarian alternatives from the la carte menu.

The Gujarati Food Festival occurs from 24 May to 2 June 2019 at Rang Mahal. Prices start at $ sixty-eight++ according to pax (buffet lunch) and $ ninety-eight++ (dinner). See here for greater facts.


Spend a Sunday Fun-date with SIRI House’s The Late Breakfast Club Edition 2! Back with the aid of the famous call for, The Late Breakfast Club invitations you and your friends to devour and drink in your heart’s content material.

For the continually hungry, there may be an unfastened flow of pancakes with 11 candy and savory dishes to share, so loosen their belts! Pair your pancakes with Chargrilled Chicken Oysters with a Thai-style jaw dip, or consume them Chinese-style with Chye Poh and Preserved Olive Vegetable Mascarpone. Or get absolutely SEA with their rich Gula Melaka Coconut Spread.

There are lots to drink directly from their JAM punchbowl – Summer Fizz or Scotch and Honey. All that, coupled with a resident DJ for retro beats in the afternoon.

The Late Breakfast Club occurs on 26 May, 10.30 am – 5 pm (table is yours for two hours, menu right here) at SIRI HOUSE. Prices begin from $65 for adults and $32.50 for youngsters (ages five-12). See right here for greater facts.


Heads up, alcohol fans! Royal Salute is toasting a new addition to their signature 21-Year-Old Range, The Lost Blend.

This is their first peated whiskey, crafted by Master Blender Sandy Hyslop and decided on from Scotland’s ‘misplaced’ distilleries, which might be now not in production. Delight in fruity candy oranges and peaches notes, intermingled with smoldering bonfire embers balanced with the clean end of candy pears, orange rind, and hazelnuts.

The whiskey is also supplied in Royal Salute’s new packaging, designed by award-prevailing illustrator Kristjana S. Williams. Hint: it is stimulated by the emblem’s wealthy records with the British Royal Menagerie.