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StraitsKitchen

Asian, Halal, Local

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Daily: 06:30 - 00:00

$48 based on 46 reviews
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StraitsKitchen is a Singapore-inspired buffet restaurant presenting the best of local cuisine for lunch and dinner in a contemporary marketplace setting. Come discover a uniquely Singaporean showcase of flavours. Lunch starts at $45++. Dinner starts at $55++. See what foodies like this place for
howinston • Thursday at 6:28pm115 reviews 1 followers

This is my first visit to this buffet restaurant located at the ground floor of Grand Hyatt Hotel.
 
The restaurant offers a wide variety of local food and I wished I has the chance to try all the stations. Next time, I must ration the serving of food on my plate, so that I can try all their food options. I liked their wide variety of food offerings.
 
Here are the highlights of my meal:
- Double Boiled...

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Left, clockwise: Pulut Hitam; Coconut & Horlicks Ice cream; Ginko Nuts, Barley and Bean Curd Dessert
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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Buffet26 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering23 votes
  • Children/Family19 votes
  • Vibrant/Noisy19 votes
  • Dinner17 votes
  • Lunch16 votes
  • Boys Night Out10 votes
  • After Work7 votes
  • Business Dining7 votes
  • Girls Night Out6 votes
  • People Watching4 votes

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  • Hand Shaved noodles in spicy braised beef broth(Left) and Sichuan Dan Dan Noodles (Soup)Hand Shaved noodles in spicy braised beef broth(Left) and Sichuan Dan Dan Noodles (Soup)
  • Chinese PopiahChinese Popiah
  • Chicken, Mutton and Beef SatayChicken, Mutton and Beef Satay
  • Left, clockwise: Pulut Hitam; Coconut & Horlicks Ice cream; Ginko Nuts, Barley and Bean Curd DessertLeft, clockwise: Pulut Hitam; Coconut & Horlicks Ice cream; Ginko Nuts, Barley and Bean Curd Dessert
  • Double Boiled Soup - Lotus Root SoupDouble Boiled Soup - Lotus Root Soup
  • Tandoori Chicken and Prawns, Palak Paneer and Dum chicken BriyaniTandoori Chicken and Prawns, Palak Paneer and Dum chicken Briyani
  • Fresh Juices and Chinese DrinksFresh Juices and Chinese Drinks
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howinston • Thursday at 6:28pm115 reviews 1 followers

This is my first visit to this buffet restaurant located at the ground floor of Grand Hyatt Hotel.
 
The restaurant offers a wide variety of local food and I wished I has the chance to try all the stations. Next time, I must ration the serving of food on my plate, so that I can try all their food options. I liked their wide variety of food offerings.
 
Here are the highlights of my meal:
- Double Boiled...

Read on

Left, clockwise: Pulut Hitam; Coconut & Horlicks Ice cream; Ginko Nuts, Barley and Bean Curd Dessert
Jake Wong • 31 Aug 20142 reviews 0 followers

It was a local buffet. To be fair I didn't eat a lot of it. But the outstanding dishes were Indian - the spread of curries was simply superb and there were varied types of meat - all very well done and tasty The chinese fungus soup was nice and again I must admit I missed a lot of it - the chicken rice, tanghoon etc. But I was told the touhu telor was disappointing and the popiah was average. But the buffet does not come with beverages. The ambience was good though and the ervice was great

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Priyankac • 01 Nov 2013215 reviews 3 followers

At the regal, Grand Hyatt hotel, Straits Kitchen is taking on Deepavali with panache, offering lunch and dinner specials ($54 and $68 per person, respectively) that include free-flow selected juices, tea tarik and coffee tarik. Mains comprise delicious options such as Bangali machi curry (Bengali-style fish curry) as well as nalli briyani (bone-in mutton Hyderabadi briyani). Not to be missed are of course, the desserts – with kaju roll (Cashew and pistachio roll) and kheer (Indian rice pudding) stealing the show. Available only on 1 and 2 November.

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