Dining at Flavours at Zhongshan Park and 21 on Rajah Brunch Buffet28 July, 2013
Flavours at Zhongshan Park at Ramada Hotel Singapore
[*Updated as of May 2016: Flavours At Zhongshan Park only has Kueh Pie Tie in their revamped menu. Call them to find out more!]
Ramada Hotel Singapore features an all-day dining restaurant, Flavours at Zhongshan Park, offering Straits Chinese and western cuisines. Located on level one of the hotel, overlooking the Reception area, Flavours at Zhongshan Park is well-known for authentic Straits Chinese cuisine coupled with a carefully selected mix of international and western favourites. Guests can choose from the a la carte menu, Tapas-style portions to share or simply as a single-serving portion.
For starters/appetisers, I strongly recommend the Kueh Pie Tie – a braised sweet turnip with pork belly & prawns in traditional pastry crust ($10.90). Unlike the Kueh Pie Tie we find in other restaurants or home-made ones, the Kueh Pie Tie crust does not crumble easily after the first bite. The ingredients are very savoury and there is a good mix of soft and crispy parts with each bite of the Kueh Pie Tie. Must try!
For Asian specialities, the Chili King Prawns “Singapore Style” – Succulent Prawns Stir-Fried in a Savoury, Tomato & Chili Gravy ($22.90) is awesome too! The prawns are fresh and the gravy is very very savoury (as described in the title) and addictive – tastes better than some of the chili crab gravy out there. There is free flow of fragrant rice with this dish so you can eat it with the gravy but what would make this dish perfect is if Flavours at Zhongshan Park provided or sold Mantou (small fried buns) with it.
For Western cuisine, I tried the Chicken Cordon Bleu – Crumbed Chicken Fillet filled with Smoked Ham & Melted Cheese served with Crispy Fries ($22.90). The serving is very generous and the chicken fillet tasted good (but some parts of it are quite dry – if you are eating with someone who ordered the Chili Prawn, you may want to do your own Asian-Western fusion by dipping parts of the fillet in the chili prawn gravy 🙂 this is my own preference – up to you really).
We rounded up our meal with desserts – Durian Pengat with Pandan Jelly – Peel Fresh Durian with Gula Melaka & Pandan Jelly ($10.90) – this dessert has a very rich durian flavour (as expected) and the Gula Melaka gives it a sweet and sour taste.
If you don’t like durian but just want a sweet dessert to end off your meal – You just can’t go wrong with a dessert like The Walnut Brownie – Warm Brownie with Walnuts Served with Vanilla Ice Cream ($15.90).
I heard that Flavours at Zhongshan Park is also quite famous for their Nonya Claypot Specialties e.g. Nonya Ikan Kuah Lada – Specialty Nonya Dish Originating from Malacca with Steamed Stingray & Vegetables in Spicy Tamarind Gravy ($23.90) – from the 2 chilis indicated in the menu, i guess it can be quite spicy!
Buffet Brunch at 21 On Rajah Restaurant & Bar at Days Hotel Singapore
21 On Rajah Restaurant & Bar is an all day dining restaurant at Days Hotel at Zhongshan Park. 21 On Rajah marries the best of nature and modern architecture with a Mediterranean inspired menu.
The Sunday Brunch Buffet at 21 on Rajah from 12pm to 3pm offers a wide array of Western and Mediterranean comfort food with free flow of chilled juice and Sangria selection at the Bar! And all these for just $40++ (Adults) and $20++ (Children, 5-12 years of age).
The Sunday Brunch Buffet is not just about food – kids can also enjoy an afternoon with fun filled activities such as face painting, balloon sculpting and kite making – perfect way to distract the kids while you enjoy the delicious food on offer. Why not make it an even more fulfilling educational experience for your kids but doing a staycation at Days Hotel Singapore and exploring the Balestier Heritage Trail. The hotel’s staycation package offers a night stay at the hotel’s Days City view room at $198++ for stays until 31 December 2013. Guests will also enjoy complimentary Sunday brunch for 2 at 21 on Rajah and a guaranteed late check out at 3pm. Click here for updated attractive packages you wouldn’t want to miss out on!
To work off the calories from indulging in the delicious dinner at Flavours at Zhongshan Park and in-room breakfast dining and indulgence at 21 on Rajah’s Brunch Buffet, Ramada Hotel Singapore also offers a 30-meter swimming pool and a 24-hour gymnasium (access only for guests of Ramada Hotel Singapore – not applicable for Days Hotel Singapore guests). Towels are available at the counter just beside the gymnasium.
For more info on Ramada Hotel Singapore and Days Hotel Singapore dining offers, please see:
Address: 16, Ah Hood Road Singapore 329982
Phone: (65) 6808 6888
Fax:(65) 6808 6998
Hotel Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Debra1 August, 2013 at 2:02 am
I don’t know about you guys, but this place looks pretty inviting. From the incredible food to the crystal clear pool, I’m thinking that if I ever get to travel here, that this is the place I want to stay.
villa1 August, 2013 at 3:27 pm
I agree Debra. This is the place I want to stay and live happily forever and ever. 🙂 Crystal clear pool and the building… Too good. 🙂 Thanks for sharing. 🙂