Where To Eat This Week: May 7-13
1/6 25 Degrees
The next time you’re craving a proper burger, try The Lamburger, available at 25 Degrees until June 30. The secret to it being so delicious is its thick and juicy patty, which is made with free-range Quercy Red Label lamb raised in the French Pyrenees. It's seared and delectably smoky, and slapped with housemade spicy Harissa yoghurt, fresh cucumber and mint raita sauce, before being sandwiched between soft, buttery brioche buns.
2/6 Coffee Lounge
If you're a fan of the King of Fruits, you should be booking a table at the Coffee Lounge to enjoy a spread of lip-smacking durian desserts in addition to its regular offerings. Everything here will catch your fancy—from the classic D24 mousse cake and durian puff to the mini egg tarts that are exclusive to the spread. For more options, check out the live station where eager diners can have their durian pancakes prepared a la minute. Available until July 22.
The buffet restaurant known for its sumptuous offerings of local specials has switched up its lunch and dinner offerings on May 12 and 13, just in time for that special celebration with mum. The seafood spread during dinner will include the Alaskan king crab, prized for its sweet and fleshy legs, as well as hearty truffle-scented risotto and the slow-cooked Emperor's Chicken rich with Chinese herbal spices. Mothers will get a complimentary coffee mug, and are eligible to participate in the lucky draw which could win them a weekend staycation, lunch or dinner buffet for two and more.
Carousel | Royal Plaza on Scotts, 25 Scotts Road, S(228220) | 6589 7799 | firstname.lastname@example.org
This Australian import located at Holland Village is ideal for casual get-togethers with friends. Its crowning glory is the flame grilled Portuguese chicken that’s marinated in the restaurant’s original chilli sauce made with chilli pepper, ginger and garlic. It’s served as a burger or in a wrap, and comes with housemade sauces including the original chilli sauce, lemon and herb, and garlic.
Oporto | 01-01 Holland Piazza No.3 Lorong Liput, S(277725) | 9386 0310 | email@example.com
5/6 The Lobby Lounge
Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore has introduced the Heritage Weekend Pop-up, held once a month, which spotlights unique local delights alongside the lounge’s quintessential Singaporean offerings. This weekend is its special Mother’s Day edition, which will feature signatures dishes from Peranakan specialist HarriAnns. These include it’s famous rainbow ondeh ondeh, an original recipe by founder madam Chia where every morsel is carefully handmade and mixed with natural colouring. The turquoise variety is indulgently sweet with its milk or white chocolate filling, while the classic green is layered with gula Melaka. A cheesy option is the purple option which oozes with gooey cream cheese.
The Lobby Lounge | Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, 22 Orange Grove Road, S(258350) | 6213 4398 | firstname.lastname@example.org
6/6 Element Restaurant
Make it a special feast for mum this Mother’s Day with an extensive lunch spread that spans local and international dishes. That’s right, she can start light with the seafood on offer, before moving on to the mains at the other stations. As a small thank you, mum will be served with a nutritious bowl of seafood treasure soup prepared by chefs. She won’t leave empty handed, too, as she will receive a jar of flowers from the restaurant.
Element Restaurant | 165 Tanjong Pagar Road, Amara Singapore, S(088539) | 6879 2607 | email@example.com