Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Swing by Singapore at Dusit Thani Hotel

Singapore's finest at Dusit Thani Hotel

Don't you just love Singapore?  With so much flavor packed in all their daily food offerings, even side street hawker cooking taste like restaurant prepared treats, though sadly I have yet the chance to set foot in Singapore ( I promise to visit there soon, if time permits ), I am so glad Dusit Thani is bringing the flare and best of Singapore's dishes to Manila.

Dusit Thani Manila celebrates a cultural fare of Singaporean gastronomy at the Basix All-Day Dining Restaurant which also is to celebrate Singapore's National Day just a few days ago.  Leading the team of Singaporean guest chefs is Chef Paul Then Seh Chon whose wealth of delectable experience and accolades span over 30 years. His desire is to keep the local delights nostalgic of the good old days and save the losing heritage of true Singaporean Hawker cooking.  

The buffet spread features Nonya Laksa, Singaporean Chili Crab, Bak KutTeh, Nasi Lemak, Nasi Goreng, Char KwayTeow, amongst other Singaporean favorites.

Ba Kut Teh
The Singaporean Food Festival which is in partnership with Cebu Pacific will run from 12-18 August 2013. Singaporeans who will dine during the festival will enjoy a 10% discount upon presentation of passport or valid alien certificate of residency (ACR).  Lunch buffet is priced at PHP1,450 net per person and dinner buffet at PHP1,650 net per person. Aside from the myriad of Singaporean and other international cuisines, the lunch and dinner offers unlimited beverages including softdrinks, chilled juices and local beers. 

Chicken Set
Assorted Nonya Kuehs
Known for a series of successfully staged international culinary and cultural festivals, Basix All-Day Dining Restaurant is located at the ground floor of Dusit Thani Manila and is open 24 hours daily. For inquiries and reservations, please call +63 (2) 238-8888.

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  2. I hope that the crab is not too spicy. My wife loves crab.

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  3. Yes, I do love Singaporean food. The portions here seem to be too small.

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