I have dined in SK a few times and am becoming familiar with the cuisine. The food is always mouthwatering and the choices quite diverse. The restaurant itself is a nice alcove of varnished wooden setting that is cool and calm. The juices are excellent.
GOOD NEWS FOR ASIAN FOOD LOVERS
Straits kitchen is a one stop buffet for the best of Asian cuisine under one roof. This buffet is halal. Buffet spread includes all the local favorites like hainanese chicken rice, beef rendang, biryani and desserts like durian ice cream and almond cream and more.
Mon to Fri: 12pm to 2.30pm @ $41++ (Adult), $20.50++ (Child)
Sat to Sun: 12pm to 3pm @ $45++ (Adult), $22.50++ (Child)
Mon to Sun: 6.30pm to 10.30pm @ $45++ (Adult), $22.50++ (Child)
This is the ultimate place for Asian cuisine with individual stations offering up the best of Malay, Chinese, and Indian food. At Straits Kitchen, you are definitely in for a gastronomic journey of epic proportions.
Dessert Station, with an assortment of Kuehs and Asian pastries.
This restaurant is sinful as the food variety is truly amazing. You can choose from hawker style roti prata to traditional western, Chinese food and full service of waffles and pancakes etc etc. one of the best buffets I have ever experienced in the world.
They offer local hawker food but with a taste of class. It's halal certified! So come & try!
One good point about this buffet restaurant is it is halal certified so anyone out there will beable to enjoy their delicious Asian cusines here.My favourite sessions in their buffet spread will be their desserts.The portuguese egg tarts are crispy outside and fill with lots of creamy custards in it before bring to bake.The different ranges of Malay kueh kuehs are really fresh and soft.Their kaya cakes with shredded coconut at the side of it is one of their signature dessert here.The sponge cake is soft and moist and the kaya fragrant that are spread all over it is not too sweet as well.Simply delicious!One really big short coming is that the staffs are so busy that it is quite different to get their attention to help you bring your cup of coffee or tea to you.Spending: Approximately SGD 60.00(Lunch)
I went for dinner last night and with high expectations after having generally good impression of the Hyatt. The Straits Kitchen has a pleasant ambience and a good range of local foods. It\'s a possible option for taking visitors to Singapore who have limited time here and want to explore the range of culinary dishes on offer. I tried the chicken and duck rice, char quay teow, chilli crab, etc. Overall I found food quality reasonable but below my expectation for the pricing. And slightly let down by the whole experience so I\'m uncertain if I will return. Local dishes are 50++ per pax?Spending: Approximately SGD 50