To commemorate Singapore’s 54 years of nationhood, The Line at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore will present a celebration of local food inspired by the traditional street food of the 1980s. Guests can travel back in time to enjoy tropical fruits, including durians and retro snacks, as well as nostalgic food and beverage favourites from the restaurant’s 16 live-cooking stations. The Flavours of Singapore buffet is available every Thursday, Friday and Saturday dinner from 18 July to 10 August 2019.
Durian lovers can enjoy unlimited servings of Golden Phoenix durian, Hong Xia (red prawn) durian and D13 durian opened to order. Tropical fruits, such as mangosteen, rambutan, longan and jackfruit, are also available at the outdoor stall. This will be complemented with childhood snacks, including Kacang Puteh, Satay Ampai, White Rabbit Sweets, Lobster Cube Biscuit, Wheel Crackers and more.
Guests can also enjoy an enhanced buffet spread with old-time food and beverage highlights, such as Yong Tau Foo, Oyster Omelette, Bak Kut Teh, Iced Bandung, Chendol and Soya with Chin Chow. The fare is prepared by Chef Raymond Yin Teng Poh, The Line’s Asian chef with more than 44 years of culinary experience specialising in local cuisine. These highlights will be served along with a wide range of international delights from the buffet.