In conjunction with renowned cookbook Mrs Lee Cookbook’s author Shermay Lee, The Line Restaurant at Shangri-la Singapore has came up with a series of Peranakan dishes that are of heirloom heritage recipes dated all the way from Shermay’s Grandmother. And in lieu of that, you can bring your Grandma that’s 65 years and older and they will get to dine for Free!
We had an awesome time at the buffet, feasting on authentic Peranakan dishes and a huge variety of international cuisine cum desserts. It’s been a while since I’ve been to The Line, but they never fail to impress with their buffet spread each time. So here are a few snapshots of the Peranakan dishes that you can expect. Pictures might not paint the dishes that well due to the lightning and the enormous number of people dining during that time. So I had to do my shots real quickly in order not to disturb the hungry diners.
Beginning from 1st row left to right : Nyoya Chicken Curry, Roti Jala, Ayam Buah Keluk, Baked Fish With Green Sambal, Nyona Chap Chai, Udang Pedas Nanas, Babi Pongteh, Pong Tauhu Soup, Ngoh Hiang, Lorbak
We love Shermay’s Keropok (or crackers as you deem it) dipped in their extra spicy chili sauce, which though super spicy at level 3 but was quite the thing for me. And we were seemingly glad that we were also gifted some extra to bring back for more indulgence.
And well if Grandma’s favorites aren’t yours, you can also cruise around for an assortment of very fresh seafood.
And a great variety of International fare such as Indian, Western, Thai, Asian and Japanese cuisine.
But if you ever need a more exotic appetite, a variety of salami and cheese awaits you too.
For me, I was actually eyeing the desserts right at the beginning because the desserts counters were right near where I was seated and the first thing that I saw when I entered the restaurant. And having a sweet tooth as usual, the mesmerizing desserts displays have my eyes kept fixed all the way.
The Durian and Coconut cake which was filled with real durian mousse was amazingly good and so is the Kueh Ubi Kayu or Steamed tapioca cake coated with shredded coconut.
And so if you are planning a trip down to The Line at Shangri-la Singapore anytime soon to enjoy the same, do take note of the days which you can drop by and the applicable discounts to maximize your savings.
Grandma’s Kitchen Buffet at The Line
When : Every Tuesday Dinner from 6pm to 10pm until 30 March 2020
Where : The Line at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore
Price : $88++ per adult now and $80++ per adult (from 1 February 2020)
Children aged 6 to 11 years old enjoy 50% of adult price and dines free for children below 6 years old with accompanied by every one paying adult.
Promotion : Grandma Dines Free! *65 years old above and 15% Off booking via hotel’s website