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Shangri-la Hotel International Buffet

Post by xoxo » Thu, 24 Nov 2005 9:01 am

Can anyone please advise where i can find more info on the above subject? Is the buffet the one which cost quite a bomb, around $70+++.??
Have anyone been to the buffet before, please share with me if it's worth the money, & also the name of the restaurant in the hotel.

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Post by English Cup of Tea » Fri, 25 Nov 2005 12:06 am

I believe it is called "The Line", and I have eaten there a few times for work-related occasions. There is enough variety to suit most tastes, and you can eat as much as you like. Is it worth it? Depends on your budget and occasion. I think you're about right at 70 +++ Personally if it were my money I would prefer to eat somewhere else with more atmosphere (The Line has a somewhat sterile ambience), the real thing in Little India or Chinatown at a fraction of the price would be more my cup of tea.

Also could consider Straits Kitchen at the Hyatt Scotts Road, slightly cheaper (58+++?), and food just as good.

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Post by AIREX » Sat, 26 Nov 2005 2:54 am

:) Hi,

I would say Shangri-La's buffet spread is pretty good but of course the price is rather steep. Why not try the buffet @ Ritz Carlton? It's much cheaper. The ambience is good too.

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Post by Rose_YG » Mon, 28 Nov 2005 2:34 pm

There are variety of food at 'The Line' in the Shangri-La restaurant.Pretty good at least.However like ECT just said the ambience to me is more 'ultra chic' and 'ultra modern'..feels more like going in to a lounge/pub rather than a restaurant.Even weirder walking in for breakfast!
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Post by dot dot dot » Mon, 28 Nov 2005 3:55 pm

Worth trying at Shangri-La at Orange Grove road is also the high tea on Saturday afternoon. A blast...

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Post by yunnie » Fri, 02 Dec 2005 10:15 pm

The line buffet more in Singapore style food!!like roti prata,satay,india food..chinese food,wanton mee..

If You like singapore food!and got alot money to spend!Go for a higher class of singapore delights!! :D

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Post by vaishali » Wed, 07 Dec 2005 2:49 pm

The Shangri-la's buffet isn't very good for the price. It's not worth it, unless you can spend 2 hours+ eating!

There's a good buffet at the Holiday Inn Park View on Cavenagh Road. It's only around $20. Nice laksa and stuff. Not much in terms of western food, but a lot of local food. Great fish and chips too.

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