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Picnic themed afternoon tea, with quirky and pretty tiffin cans contained within. In conjunction with the “International Women’s Day” celebration in March, HSBC is offering amazing credit card dining offers with the theme “All About The Ladies”. Ladies get to enjoy 1 for 1 hightea at @andazsingapore and other hotels during March. Expect a selection of savoury and sweet treats, including the luxurious Lobster Croissant, Parma Ham Toast with truffle brie cheese, Mini Pandan Chiffon Cake, and Passionfruit Curd Tartlet. More here: bit.ly/hoteldiningsg #DFDSP #HSBCDining
Daniel
1w
Hangover Brunch - inclusive of Alley of 25 buffet plus choice of 1 Main [$58] Highlight of the buffet: 1. Free-flow Egg station - eggs done your way, scrambled, poached, fried, omelette. Sautéed mushrooms, hash brown, chicken, pork sausages, roasted carrots, bacon 2. Cheese & charcuterie board - Brie, comte, edam, salami 3. Seafood on ice - Alaskan king crab legs, mussels, clams 4. Viennoiserie - petit pan au chocolat, croissant, pancake, Belgium waffle, egg tart 5. Soft serve - vanilla, chocolate, mixed 6. Mixology table - with fruits, dried orange, cinnamon, cucumber (free flow alcohol option available) Choice of mains include: Eggs Benedict - poached eggs, smoked salmon, English muffin, hollandaise, shaved truffle Breakfast quesadilla - truffle scrambled eggs, guacamole, jalapeño chili, cheddar cheese, bell pepper, sour cream, tomato Peri peri chicken - coleslaw, jalapeño salsa Grilled salmon - jumbo asparagus, truffle hollandaise, rocket, lemon Breakfast burger - angus beef patty, pork bacon, portobello mushroom, fried egg, fries Steak & egg - Australian sirloin, fried egg, fries Selection wise, it is not the most extensive. But good price point for the quality of food offered. Some hits & misses with the mains, particularly enjoyed the steak & egg as well as the grilled salmon. The buffet includes coffee, juices, lemonade and iced tea. There is the option to get unlimited alcoholic drinks for 98++.
Victoria
10w
Andaz Afternoon Tea Picnic Set My favourite form of self-care is chilling with my girlfriends over tea and of course, that is where Alley on 25’s Andaz Afternoon Tea Picnic Set comes in. Available from Monday to Sunday, 3pm to 5pm, the line-up is priced at $38++ per person. And you can give yourself an upgrade by topping up $40++ per pax to enjoy free flow wines, beer and prosecco as there’s always a reason to celebrate! Displayed in tiffin carriers and delivered to our table in a huge weaved basket, the medley of savoury starters and sweet baked goodies were simply delish. And of the savouries, I was totally diggin’ the Lobster Croissant and Prawn Kueh Pie Tee! Turning up the heat, the buttery, flaky pastry was filled with a good amount of fresh-tasting crustacean and diced vegetables. The Kueh Pie Tee too, with a spicy tinge from the sambal was well-executed. Crisp on the outside with the fried-to-perfection thin tart shell complemented by the tender sweetness of the turnips and a single plump prawn atop. Furthermore, fancy yourself some dainty treats like their Crab Cake, Impossible Cheese Ball and Smoked Salmon Tartine. Then switch things with the array of sweets such as the Kueh Lapis, Ispahan Shooters, Lemon Chia Seed Tea Cake, Valrhona Chocolate Bon Bon, and fresh strawberries which were incredibly juicy. To conclude, the mini Andaz Chiffon Cake is served with a choice of Chocolate or Vanilla soft serve. Noting that the ice cream melted pretty quickly and that the vibrant green glaze of the locally-inspired cake was a tad thick for my liking. Oh, not forgetting the free-flow beverages; take your pick from their house-made iced tea, lemonade, TWG teas as well as coffee.
Vanessa
12w
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Fried Hokkien mee This dish really taste like the real dish with mock meat and sauce, for only 6.80! Cheap and tasty! The restaurant is opened for a Long time, I still enjoy coming back!
Nicholas
47w
Very Wide Choice Of Vegetarian Dishes We are spoilt for choice when it comes to where to eat along Tanjong Katong Road. It is why I've never stepped into this popular vegetarian place even though I have walked past it many times. Well, until tonight that is. With Punggol Nasi Lemak closed, I decided to take the plunge and try something meatless. Shocking, I know 😜 So a bowl of "Monkey Head Mushroom Mee Sua" ($7.80) and "Burdock Mushroom Rolls" ($6.80) were what I ended up having for my late dinner. The soup was the herbal sort and the fine strands of soft noodles came with an abundance of soya beancurd in various forms, as well as juicy mushrooms of the Monkey Head and shiitake variety. As for the rolls, I liked how crispy the sheets of beancurd skin wrapping them were, and thought the minced up burdock and mushroom filling was tasty too. Overall, both items were really decent; and trust me, that's high praise coming from an ardent meat-lover. I'd say they're good enough for me to consider returning to try the other vegetarian items from the extensive menu. Speaking of which, my mind was pretty boggled as I flipped through pages listing everything from tom yum noodles to mutton curry, laksa to "ma la" stews, and luncheon meat to pizzas.
Veronica
2y
Mushroom Rice Mega variety of vegetarian food, western to oriental dishes galore! Yummy 😋
Zennie
5y
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