Experience Breakfast Like A Local At The Lobby Lounge Shangri-La Hotel Singapore

Check out the best breakfast food that Shangri-La Hotel Singapore has to offer, and eat like a local by filling up right!

Singapore’s hawker culture has been a unique part of the country’s heritage and identity. It’s not just about the food, but also the people behind it — our hawkers. Announced during the National Day Rally on 19th August 2018, our Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has called upon the whole-of-nation to cherish our distinctive hawker food culture and aims to put Singapore on the coveted UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage.

In efforts to nominate Singapore’s hawker culture for inscription into Unesco’s list, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore has pledged its support by bringing known hawkers and iconic local tastes together. Expect perennial local favourites like Nasi Lemak, Roti Prata, Carrot Cake, Wanton Mee, Hainanese Porridge, Soft Boiled Eggs with Kaya Toast and more to be enjoyed in the comfort of a luxury hotel setting.

Group photo of the iconic brands
Image Credit: Shangri-La Hotel Singapore

Serving up local breakfast items from popular hawker names and renowned food establishments, guests can enjoy the best of Singapore’s local fare such as Nasi Lemak from Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand awardee The Coconut Club, Roti Prata with Dhal Cha and Fish Curry from famous Indian food chain Springleaf Prata Place, Shui Kueh from Tiong Bahru Jian Bo Shu Kueh, Ah Yee’s Soon Kueh, HarriAnn’s Yam Cake and Tau Suan, and Lina’s Confectionery‘s Kueh Lopes with Gula Melaka Syrup.

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Available at The Lobby Lounge, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, the Heritage Breakfast menu features SIX signature dishes that will be served as breakfast a la carte or part of the breakfast buffet.

  1. Nasi Lemak ($19) — The Coconut Club
  2. Roti Prata with Dhalcha and Fish Curry ($12) — Springleaf Prata Place
  3. Carrot Cake ($12) — The Lobby Lounge’s Chef Yong Jia
  4. Dry Wanton Mee ($14) — Shang Palace’s Executive Chef Mok Kit Keung
  5. Soft Boiled Eggs with Kaya Toast ($12) — The Lobby Lounge’s Signature
  6. Hainanese Porridge ($12) — The Lobby Lounge’s Signature
Nasi Lemak – The Coconut Club
Roti Prata – Springleaf Prata Place
Carrot Cake – Lobby Lounge Chef Yong Jia
Dry Wanton Mee – Shang Palace Chef Mok Kit Keung
Soft-Boiled Eggs with Kaya Toast – The Lobby Lounge
Hainanese Porridge – The Lobby Lounge

The Lobby Lounge, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore offers both a la carte and buffet breakfast option on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays from 7am to 11am.

Guests opting for the local breakfast buffet can savour a wide selection of local delights at an affordable pricing of SGD $29.50 per person, inclusive of one local beverage such as Kopi Tarik, Teh Tarik and Milo.

Beyond the signature dishes, you also can enjoy a variety of hawker dishes including unlimited servings of The Lobby Lounge‘s buffet items like mee siam, fried economic noodles, lontong with sayur loden and beef serunding, fried glutinous rice, tau huay and more.


Authentic Singaporean Hawker Highlights

Eating in Singapore is easy, but eating like a local takes a little work and lots of time. The wonderful team at Shangri-La Hotel Singapore did all the hard work and leaves you time to enjoy the fruits of their labour.

And if you are lucky, you may also get to be entertained by Prata flipping masters at the live food station.

Want to experience an authentic Singaporean breakfast with all the delicious local dishes in one-stop? Be sure to get up early and make your way to The Lounge Lobby this weekend!



Location: Lobby Level, Tower Wing, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350

Opening Hours: Daily 7.00am to 12midnight

Tel: +65 6737 3644

Website: http://www.shangri-la.com/singapore/shangrila/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ShangriLaSingapore/


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