A few weeks ago, a friend from College, who is also a travel blogger (Instagram: travelsavvygal), stopped by Singapore as part of her round the world trip. Thankfully, she is also a rather adventurous eater. The only problem is that it is close to impossible to eat all that Singapore has to offer. So naturally, you have to be picky. And you also have to consider compromises in your food trail adventures. So naturally, I had to take her to a buffet. I was worried that she would think that I was trying to be cheap and introduce her to terrible food since buffets in North America do not exactly have the best reputation. Thankfully the Straits Kitchen is located at the Hyatt (so 1 point to me) and the food there was amazing! Phew!
The Straits Kitchen is halal certified (the other famous one in Singapore is Carnival at the Holiday Inn on Scotts). And since my friend does not eat pork, it was perfect. They have a wide array of food ranging from Peranakan cuisine (and dessert) to Indian food and chinese food. So, in short. Singapore cuisine. All in one place. Seriously, for the range of food we had that night, we would have had to order many dishes had we gone some place else, and watch a lot of food go wasted because we would never have been able to finish eating them! But in a buffet, there is no fear of that at all! we just eat what we want and however much we want.
Here are the deeds:
|Wednesday||6:30–10:30AM, 12–2:30PM, 6:30–10:30PM|
|Thursday||6:30–10:30AM, 12–2:30PM, 6:30–10:30PM|
|Friday||6:30–10:30AM, 12–2:30PM, 6:30–10:30PM|
|Saturday||6:30–11AM, 12:30–3PM, 6:30–10:30PM|
|Sunday||6:30–11AM, 12:30–3PM, 6:30–10:30PM|
|Monday||6:30–10:30AM, 12–2:30PM, 6:30–10:30PM|
|Tuesday||6:30–10:30AM, 12–2:30PM, 6:30–10:30PM