7 Raffles Boulevard
Lobby Level Pan Pacific Singapore
Singapore 039595

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08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

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08:00am - 10:00pm

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Going for some soft foods this time round, I was inclined to ordering this Hummus & Baba Ganoush (S$13.00) because I was in the mood for some hummus.

And I must say, their garlic pita bread was warm and crisp, and tasted really yummy when dipped into the chickpea and eggplant spreads. Why dip? That’s the fastest and most efficient way to make sure that the whole bread was coated evenly before they ended up in my mouth!

3.75⭐ We went once for dinner but it was closed so this is our 2nd time visiting. I wanted to eat the lobster laksa but it has been changed to crayfish laksa. The broth is not very thick and was disappointed even though it's better than average. The surprise dish is the bak kut teh. It's those Malaysia herbal type of bak kut teh. I prefer this than the local pepperish one. I missed this since haven't visit JB for more than half a year.
#CrayfishLaksa #BakKutTeh #Entertainersg #Entertainerappsg #HSBCEntertainer

Nyonya Chicken Curry - $16
Tucked away at a corner of the hotel, the marketplace’s chicken curry is really a gem. The right rich texture and nice balance of herb and curry taste. Meat is well flavoured and tender as well. The bite size keropok is great both eaten by itself or dipped in curry. Happy returning customer
Pacific Marketplace
Pan Pacific Singapore

One might simply question if it was worth having a S$16.00 curry chicken when this could be ordered at less than half the price elsewhere, but I bet that their Nyonya Chicken Curry could not be compared with this one here.

And it was not only because of some fancy presentation in a claypot. The curry packed some traditional spices and cooked till it was sufficiently spicy and umami, and was relatively thick (I need some baguette for this!). Dipped in the curry were many chunks of deboned chicken with cut potatoes, and the proportion was indeed reasonable. The portion, on the other hand, was quite big, to the point that I almost could not finish the rice. And if the flavours were too “gelak”, please have some Achar to cleanse the palate a bit.

In general, I would definitely vouch that Pacific Marketplace was not just about their Lobster Laksa, for this cheaper option had been underrated for too long.


Eclairs might not be my first choice where afternoon tea cakes were concerned, but the Salted Caramel Eclair here was somewhat beautiful looking, and it costed only S$7.00.

Those who enjoyed lots of cream filling the eclair would really appreciate the very thin walls of the Choux pastry and lots of thick and rich salted caramel cream packed within. Being caramel, it would get sweet after a while, so pairing it with some tea without milk would balance the flavours a bit. It would have been lovely to have this if the Choux pastry was not that dry though.

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It is a little on the pricey side but the rice was extremely fragrant, and the chicken was generous and well done.
Nice to try at least once to see how it stacks up against your usual Kopitiam fare. Not the best, but pretty far up there! For tourists, this will definitely be an attraction.