Break fast this Ramadan with sumptuous hotel spreads
Don't miss these halal-certified buka puasa feasts.
Get some hummus and babaganoush to go along with those well-loved traditional Malay dishes like beef rendang and sayor lodeh. There are also Chinese and Indian options like wok-fried noodle and crab, and tandoori. Of course, Malay kuehs and dessert will round up your feast. If you're looking for a quiet night in, StraitsKitchen offers a take-home set for four or eight available via UberEats, which brings dinner right to your doorstep. For those dining in, the live kitchens showcase chefs whipping up your meals, creating a lively atmosphere. At the buffet line, there will be Arab-style grilled meats, Middle Eastern treats like baklava, and much more.
StraitsKitchen, Grand Hyatt Singapore Iftar Set for Takeaway &
Ramadan Dinner Buffet
02: Hilton Singapore
At Hilton Singapore's pop-up buffet restaurant, start off light at the Singapore rojak station or Malay salad corner, which offers Kerabu mango salad with prawn and more. Move on to mains like beef rendang and chicken and lamb satay, and take your pick from the live station with carvings of whole roasted sirloin and whole baby lamb. There is also a seafood on ice station with Canadian oysters, tiger prawns, black mussels and lala clams. The whole family will enjoy spectacular skyline views from the 24th floor, where the pop-up restaurant, introduced specially for Ramadhan, is located.
Azur's "sedap-licious" buffet serves up an extensive seafood selection including tiger prawns, rock oysters, Hokkaido clams, queen scallops and flower crabs, alongside sushi and sashimi items. Enjoy the best of both worlds with Asian dishes such as nasi ayam penyet and Western staples such as savoury crepes and oyster risotto. For something heartier, the roasted beef ribs and satay-marinated lamb leg are sure to satisfy. Don't forget traditional Raya favourites like the fragrant ayam masak merah and wok-fried prawns with sambal onions. Finish off with ice chendol if you have space to spare. Sedap, indeed!
Azur, Crowne Plaza Changi Airport
04: Carousel and Scotts Lounge
"Savour the taste of Thai" at Carousel this Ramadan. Three guest chefs from The Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai's culinary team will be presenting signatures such as spicy soft shell crab salad and red curry with roasted duck and lychee at dinnertime. If you still love local cuisine most, the new Scotts Lounge features a wide array of delicacies like salted yolk fried rice, wok-fried black pepper crayfish and sambal stingray. Familiar desserts like sago gula melaka and bo bo cha cha will conclude your dinner on a satisfyingly sweet note.
Royal Plaza on Scotts Carousel Buffet Restaurant &
While AquaMarine's spread includes the usual suspects (international and Asian dishes), what diners will love are specials such as the Wagyu beef oxtail rendang and grilled salmon with rempah and spicy coconut, with premium ingredients that elevate the more commonly-seen dishes. Make it a Friday or Saturday evening affair, as you'll also get to try the roasted whole baby lamb with tamarind pineapple and chilli dip.
AquaMarine, Marina Mandarin Singapore