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The Glass House

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The Glasshouse serves an array of cuisine, ranging from Local, Thai, Western to Malaysian. They have an attractive setting to dine in and will certainly satisfy your taste bud.

Daily: 07:00 - 22:30

+65 65596770
$21 based on 6 submissions
Dinner (3 votes), Lunch (3 votes)
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Great ambiance

Nice food! great ambiance, I will definitely be back for more!

Great service, attentive and very helpful as well

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• 29 Jul 2014 • 29 reviews • 1 follower

Great ambiance

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Nice food! great ambiance, I will definitely be back for more!

Great service, attentive and very helpful as well
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• 19 Feb 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Excellent place

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The food is very good! Especially the Singapore Laksa. The manager Chester was nice and polite. Will come again soon!
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• 04 Jul 2011 • 2020 reviews • 258 followers

Local Food Modernised

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Located at Hotel Fort Canning, this beautiful enclave made of glass overlooks the luscious surroundings of greenery that one finds in the countryside despite being so closed to town.

At a recent tasting, I had the chance to try some of their specialties.

The Mixed Seafood Pie Tee was a flavourful opening treat consisting of shrimps and scallops stuffed into the little "pie tee" shell.

I also tried the Crispy Beancurd with Raw Mango Salad which I found to be a little too zesty.

From the main course I tried the Laksa, which had a very strong coconut flavour to the dish but was filled with generous portions of chicken and fish cake.

An interesting rendition of a local delight though had to be the Fried Mee Siam with Boston Lobster. The mee siam is deep fried and so is the bouncy piece of half lobster that comes with it.

For desserts, I tried the overpoweringly sweet Bubur Cha Cha and I would recommend going for the Tau Suan, which has a more balanced flavour.

What sells at The Glass House is more of the ambience. It is hard to find such a setting in Singapore. With fashionably designed hotel rooms, it makes a perfect excuse for a staycation.

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