22 Orange Grove Road
Lobby Level Shangri-La Hotel
Singapore 258350

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💕 Kibbe Krass ($16+).
Similar to a meatball, these stuffed croquettes with a filling of New Zealand lamb mince and toasted pine nuts.
This is my favourite among the rest, it’s tasty.
💕 Shish Tawook ($20+), a skewer of corn-fed chicken breast marinated in a spiced tomato sauce paired with pickled onions.
💕Lamb Kebab ($22+) – a combination New Zealand lamb mince with onions, parsley and a heady spice blend.
💕Duo Dips ($14+).
presents the pair of Baba Ghanouj – a roasted and smoky eggplant dip and Hummus – dubbed the queen of Arabic appetisers.
💕 Warak Enab ($14+) is a grape leaf wrap with a stuffing comprising rice and vegetables like onions, tomatoes, parsley, lemon and mint with a pomegranate sauce. It’s quite tangy.

For place an order can visit this link : https://bit.ly/SLSSafiya, via email at dining.sls@shangri-la.com or by phone at 6213 4398.
Island-wide delivery and self pick-up from Shangri-la Singapore’s Tower Wing, Lobby Level is available on Wednesday to Sunday, 12pm – 2:30pm (Last order 2pm), and 6pm -9pm (Last order 8:30pm).

22 Orange Grove Rd.


The master behind Safiya by Shangri-La Singapore is Head Chef Ara Sayegh and the thoughtfully curated menu pays homage to chef’s homeland with dishes made with quality wholesome ingredients such as fresh vegetables and superfoods, alongside grilled meats that have been marinated with a unique blend of spices and herbs. You can now get a taste of an authentic Middle Eastern dining experience in the comfort of home starting with an array of mezzes, before moving onto the hearty mains and lastly, end with desserts.

In the mezzes section, there is the Duo Dips ($14+) of hummus (mashed chickpeas dip) and baba ghanouj (roasted eggplant dip), served with toasted pita bread and Warak Enab ($14+), a traditional Lebanese dish of grape leaf wrapped with a stuffing of rice and vegetables that is usually eaten on the Eid table at the end of Ramadan. An essential part of Middle Eastern cuisine is the Falafel ($15+) and Chef Ara’s rendition consists of seven different spices in the deep fried chickpea nugget.

For the mains, the menu has the Shish Tawook ($20+) of corn-fed chicken breast marinated in a spiced tomato sauce and served with pickled onions and Shekaf Lahme ($28+) of Australian Angus Wagyu beef cubes marinated with onions, spices, tomatoes and dried herbs before being charcoal-grilled. To end the meal proper, have a Meghil ($9+) or Baklava ($14+), the former a vegan Lebanese rice pudding with grated coconut and mixed nuts and the latter is the popular filo pastry dessert that has been soaked in sugar syrup and topped with roasted pistachios.

Besides ordering these dishes as ala carte orders, there are the set menus’ Feast for two ($48+) to four ($90+) that includes a choice of main with a cold and hot mezze, pita bread, dessert, pickles and Arabic rice. Orders for Safiya can be made via the link below, email to dining.sls@shangri-la.com or by phone 6213 4398.
✨ Safiya by Shangri-La Singapore
📍 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350
🌐 https://bit.ly/SLSSafiya
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You get 8 pieces of minis in a floral-themed beautiful baby blue tin box, with sweet blossoms across the top representing flourishing abundance.

The kaya is actually made in-house, the recipe created after months of research and countless tastings by Shangri-La’s Executive Chef Franco Brodini.

Each one is wrapped in an improved snow skin – light and delicate.

Inside, a white chocolate shell awaits to be discovered.


Quality bird’s nest is added within – also for beauty and health benefits.

Also look out of the the Kaya Truffle Snowskin, and Yuzu Sake Truffle Snowskin.
My vote will go to the Kaya with the local twist - which uses a special in-house recipe.


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Indulge in other Polynesia dishes such as Alaska Crab & Manila Clams Salad, Kulau Pig Ceaser Salad, Lilikoi Creme Brûlée, Hawaiian Chocolate Crunch Bar and many more. While you’re there be sure to check out the graceful dance performances by Hālau Hula `O Nāpunaheleonāpua~

Pricing as follows:
* Dinner on 1-3 August 2019 @ Dutch Pavilion, $188++ per adult inclusive of two drink choices of cocktail or wine
* Brunch on 4 August 2019 @ Garden Terrace Room, $148++ per adult inclusive of soft drinks and juices

Shangri-La Hotel Singapore
Address: ‪22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350‬
#shangrila #hawaiiluau


Served with KoHana rum inspired cocktails and started off with a splendid buffet of appetizers from alaska crab, kuahiwi beef carpaccio, shrimp with stuffed avocado. Family sharing mains were next on the menu with Hawaiian salted crust baked salmon with black rice risotto, unagi roulade with kabayaki sauce, kona coffee beef cheek, deep fried mullet with pineapple rice and grilled lobsters. Every main was prepared with precision and hits every facet of deliciousness. The meal ended off with our favourite lilikoi creme brûlée with a perfectly carmelized sugar top along with an array of other desserts. Along with the music playing in the background, this meal truly brings the Hawaiian mood closer to the heart of Singapore.
Thank you Casey @gastrology_ and @shangrilasg for the delicious invite!

1, 2 and 3 August 2019
Dinner from 6.30pm to 10pm
SGD 188++ per adult inclusive of two drink choices of cocktail or wine
4 August 2019
Brunch from 12pm to 3pm
SGD 148++ per adult inclusive of soft drinks and juices
For reservations, guests may call 6213 4398 or send an email to dining.sls@shangri-la.com