Swissôtel The Stamford
Housing the restaurant JAAN (specialising in modern French cuisine), that was very recently awarded the eleventh spot in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards 2015, Swissôtel The Stamford is an undeniable forerunner when it comes to haute hotel dining. It doesn’t stop there though – eight other restaurants ranging from casual to haute cuisine, not to mention five bars and lounges, take up residency in one of South East Asia’s tallest hotels. Guests can expect to tuck into bountiful Sunday brunches at Equinox Restaurant or Japanese teppanyaki, sushi and robatayaki at Mikuni. Those craving more local flavours can book a table at the Asian Market Café or the hotel’s Kopi Tiam!
Swissôtel, The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road, tel: 6338 8585, swissotel.com/hotels/singapore-stamford
Grand Hyatt Singapore
When it comes to variety, Grand Hyatt Singapore does it best, leading the ranks when it comes to the ultimate in hotel buffets. For a sophisticated blend of both Asian and Western cuisine, head to mezza9, which boasts not one but nine live buffet stations, serving up everything from yakitori, sushi, sashimi, deli items, grilled dishes, pastries and more. For more local fl avours, opt for StraitsKitchen, a halal-certified venue specialising in the best of Singapore’s hawker favourites with a refined touch, like fragrant chicken rice, Singapore laksa and of course, chilli crab! Those looking for a taste of Italy will be happy to fi nd it at Pete’s Place, one of the hotel’s signature establishments. Wherever you choose to dine, we recommend rounding the meal off with a hot cuppa tea at 10 SCOTTS or an evening nightcap at BRIX, the hotel’s very own nightclub.
Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road, tel: 6738 1234, singapore.grand.hyatt.com
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