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The Lounge @ Intercontinental Hotel

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At The Lounge, you step into the welcoming embrace of a Peranakan living room. During the day, lounge about in an afternoon of decadence with cups of freshly brewed tea and afternoon treats, against a background of soothing music.

Mon to Sat: 8am - 1am, Sun: 9am - 12am

+65 68251046
$30 based on 9 submissions
Chillout (5 votes), Quiet (5 votes), After Work (3 votes)
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Traditional nasi goreng and kueis as must try!

My friends and I tried their Nasi Goreng as recommended from ladyironchef. It was delicious although I wouldnt say the chilli was the best. We also tried their english tea which was pretty special from the average. Do try out their traditional kueis as dessert!

Spent our $30 per person.

The ambience of the place is nice, smoothing music and comfortable for chatting. Had quite a gd time with my friends there, will definitelly come back again.

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• 19 Dec 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Traditional nasi goreng and kueis as must try!

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My friends and I tried their Nasi Goreng as recommended from ladyironchef. It was delicious although I wouldnt say the chilli was the best. We also tried their english tea which was pretty special from the average. Do try out their traditional kueis as dessert!

Spent our $30 per person.

The ambience of the place is nice, smoothing music and comfortable for chatting. Had quite a gd time with my friends there, will definitelly come back again.

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• 01 Sep 2013 • 86 reviews • 2 followers

Awesome place to chill over High Tea

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The week can't get any better than to indulge yourself during tea at InterContinental Singapore's Lobby Lounge. There were 2 options for the afternoon tea, either a Peranakan High Tea or a English High Tea. We went ahead for the Peranakan to experience something different. As InterContinental Singapore, the only hotel in Singapore to preserve Peranakan artistry in a shophouse-style setting, we thought it would be great to experience their peranakan High tea style. And the design and interiors of the lounge suit the atmosphere for an afternoon of tradition eats. The treats were just scumptious! You can read more w photos at http://jacqsowhat.blogspot.sg/2013/09/peranakan-high-tea-intercontinental.html

Thanks! x
 
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• 01 Jan 2013 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Great place to chill

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We come here every other week for lunch or dinner or simply for a drink. The quality here is in all dimensions simply superb: nice and peaceful environment, consistently attentive and efficient service and a great choice of small bites up to full blown meals - all tasty and arranged with dedication.

It is understood that all this comes at a price but one things is certain: there are quite a number of restaurants out there that are providing simply horrible quality in all mentioned areas and charge the same or more.
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