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Back to The LineShangri-La Hotel, 22 Orange Grove Road
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$65/pax

based on 126 reviews
Top Must Try Dishes
oysters24 votes
DESSERTS16 votes
Sashimi16 votes
seafood15 votes
indian food7 votes
satays7 votes
laksa5 votes
salmon sashimi5 votes
tandoori chicken4 votes
Choc Fondue3 votes
The desserts3 votes
Tiramisu3 votes
cheese platter3 votes
drunken prawns3 votes
salad spread3 votes

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Suitable For
Buffet60 votes
Large Groups/Gathering39 votes
Dinner35 votes
Vibrant/Noisy34 votes
Children/Family30 votes
Lunch24 votes
After Work15 votes
Business Dining13 votes
Girls Night Out12 votes
Boys Night Out11 votes
People Watching10 votes
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining9 votes
Brunch9 votes
Quiet9 votes
Breakfast6 votes
Chillout6 votes
Romance/First Dates6 votes
View/Scenery6 votes
Corporate Events5 votes
Fine Dining4 votes
Wine Lists3 votes

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ArcticStar
 • 19 Aug 2014 236 reviews 1 follower
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It was Tuesday night dinner at The Line, which also meant it was "Oysters Night" - usual occurences on Tuesday evenings (Thursday evenings are "Seafood Night"). I heard of The Line for a while, and finally got to savour its goodness with *Celine tonight.

There was quite a large spread of food of all kinds of variety and cuisine - everything was very organised by relevant sections. Almost all the savoury dishes were cooked with seafood, i.e. abalone pie tee, char kuey teow with scallops, and lobster laksa etc. The desserts station was extensive and definitely looked tantalizing as well. Best of all, there was an outside station serving durians, mangosteens etc!

I tried quite a few items, including the must-have platter of Seafood - raw Oysters, Crab, Scallop and Mussels. The Oysters were large and juicy - tasting especially good with sloshes of Tabasco sauce and lemon squeezes.

The desserts were all delicious as well, such as panna cotta, cakes, crispy pancake with ice-cream - some of them were infused with alcohol.

Overall, dining at The Line was a lovely experience. I also loved the free flow of wine, Champagne and fruit juices. Service could be improved upon though. I would like to come back to try the Seafood Night (Thursday evenings).

For more detailed information and photos, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/08/dinner-at-line-restaurant-shangri-la.html
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I spent $109 per person.

Must tries: oysters, Sashimi, DESSERTS, seafood, free flow Champagne

I also recommend this place for:
Birthdays, Buffet, Dinner
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baconmonster
 • 20 Apr 2014 8 reviews 0 follower
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There were a few hits (the salmon sashimi, chicken satay, potatoes) but many many more misses (worm in my oyster, mediocre desserts and long long queues for the seafood).

Word of advice: do not go during public holidays!

For a full review and pictures, go to: http://baconmonster.wordpress.com/2014/04/20/shangri-la-the-line/
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I spent $59 per person.

Must tries: Sashimi

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Lovedesserts
 • 26 Feb 2014 1 review 0 follower
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My husband decided to treat me for my birthday and since I specifically requested for fresh oysters and buffet, he decided to take me to the line because of the rave reviews it got. In anticipation of yummy fresh oysters and other incredible delights, we paid 30 bucks cabfare to travel to the most ulu hotel in orchard. Guess what. No fresh oysters! They covered oysters with oil and baked them, leaving them in the open in all their cold unsavory glory. Ok, so no fresh oysters. It would have been alright if the rest of the food was gd. It was extremely disappointing.  Unappeitizing sashimi, 20 different types of curries which looked and tasted the same, pasta cooked with canned mushroom soup (seriously?? This is shang for gawdssake), bland and thin clam chowder. I could go on and on. Ok so laksa was nice, but I might as well go to a hawker centre.  Anyway, have no idea why its so crowded when the food was uninspiring and insipid. Lousy!
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I spent $100 per person.

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