Food is a huge part of any celebration in Singapore. If there’s one thing that brings people together, it has got to be food. Plus, we like to say our local delicacies are the highlight of Singapore. It is what defines us as a harmonious multiracial and multicultural community. So, as we usher in the next festivity which is Deepavali, hotels are gearing up with the best Deepavali buffets you can find. This year, Glitz would like to introduce you to a special Deepavali spread at StraitsKitchen in Grand Hyatt Singapore. We guarantee you will start craving some local cuisine after this!
Grand Hyatt Singapore’s StraitsKitchen Highlights Local Flavours
This Deepavali, StraitsKitchen is putting the spotlight on everything local with special lunch and dinner buffet menus. If you haven’t known already, StraitsKitchen is one of the few restaurants in Singapore with Halal-certified theatre kitchens. So, from 3-7 November, guests can enjoy special menus from Chinese, Malay, and Peranakan kitchens.
But of course, what’s a Deepavali celebration without the lip-smacking and gorgeous Indian cuisine? At StraitsKitchen, you can also enjoy additional South and North Indian specialties from live stations. These live stations serve everything from Hyderabad Nalli Dhum Biryani (lamb shank with long grain basmati rice) to Sikandari Kalmi Raan (lamb leg with cashew nuts and herbs). You can also find your favourite traditional Indian sweets like Gulab Jamun (milk dumplings in saffron syrup). If that’s not enough, you can get the Kesari Aam Kheer (rice pudding with mango and milk) and Kesari Rasgulla (cream cheese dumplings with saffron syrup).
Vegetarian Specials At StraitsKitchen
Those of you who are vegetarians during the festivities do not need to worry as there will be an array of vegetarian specials just for you. Take your pick from Tawa Kabab (vegetarian patties with sweet and sour sauce) or Rajma KajuAnaar Chaat (cashew nut and pomegranate). There’s also the famous Paneer Bharwan Ananas Kebab (tandoori-baked cottage cheese with pineapples) and Dal Saag (braised spinach with lentil).
Chef de Cusine Kishore Solanki, a Rajasthani native, is the person who will be presenting this wonderful spread. Therefore, he recommends the Bengali Machi Curry (Bengali-style fish curry) and his signature Hyderabad Nalli Dhum Biryani. Even just by hearing the names, we’re getting hungry!
Other than that, to make this even better, on top of these Indian classics, guests can expect favourites from StraitsKitchen’s Malay, Peranakan, and Chinese kitchens. Local desserts like pulut hitam, sago gula Melaka, and an assortment of kuehs will be available. For the children, coconut soft serve ice cream and more icy treats will be there.
How Much Will The Buffet Be?
The lunch buffet (12pm-2:30pm) is priced at $65 per adult and $32 per child, with a free flow of selected juices. On the other hand, the dinner buffet (6:30pm-9:30pm) is priced at $75 per adult and $42 per child, with a free flow of selected juices.
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