This was an invited event by URA Singapore which takes care of the Marina Bay Singapore.
If you are particularly like Indian Food, and the idea of trying flavors that’s cooked by Indian Chefs from Taj Palace New Delhi, you might want to head over to the Town Restaurant Buffet at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore. It’s their first partnership with Taj Palace New Delhi.
It’s available for dinner from 20 – 31 July, quite a short promotion. If you are strolling along the Singapore River, you might want to walk into the Town Restaurant at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore. The buffet is priced at $52++ per adult and $26++ per child.
The hotel’s culinary team will be whipping up a spread of authentic Indian specialties together with Guest Chef Shahid Hossain, Executive Sous Chef of Taj Palace New Delhi, Commis Chefs Sandeep Chauhan and Vinod Kuma from Taj Palace New Delhi’s specialty Indian restaurant Masala Art.
There was quite a lot to see and eat, which I did not manage to try it all.
You will be greeted by this cross of grilled prawns (Bhatti Ka Jhinga) and lamb chops. I liked the lamb chops.
There was many types of Biryani rice available, this was the Sukhe Tamatar Aur Chigoza Biryani. I can’t translate that, but I had very nice rice with sundried tomato in it.
The table with the appetizers were gorgeous. The colours and the taste!
Be warned, things does not taste like what you see! Be adventurous though. The chutneys, achars and various meat and seafood taste so different. The spices, yoghurts, makes them so taste tangy-sour, bitterish-sour, sweetish-sour, bitterish-sweet, etc. I loved some and got more and could not touch some after 1 mouth. 😉
I saw this huge baked fish, and was quite tempted by it.
Because of the seasoning paste on it, the skin part really tasted very good.
This was the Khusk Raan (Roasted Lamb Leg).
Try a slice of it!
Of all the veggies, I noticed this and I knew I would like it. It’s called Karela Masaledar. Spicy bitter gourd. Fans of bittergourd should try this dish. Slightly bitter, salty and spicy.
The Methi Murg (Chicken with fenugreek leaves) was something I went back for 3 rounds, because the gravy was just so tasty. I poured it over the rice, the assorted of Indian breads. (The breads are outside the open air area, if you are wondering where to get them)
There were lots more dishes, but I was tempted by sweets! There were the traditional Indian desserts such as Anjeer Kulfi (Royal Indian Ice-Cream), Rawa Kesari (Sweet Semolina Pudding), Rasmali (Soft Paneer Balls immersed in chilled creamy milk delicately flavored with cardamom) and Apple Jalebi (Fried Apple Fritters with Golden Syrup).
I had quite a nice apricot dessert. It was sweet as expected. My eyes brought me to their usual buffet’s desserts instead. (ok, which was equally sweet as well).
The usual buffet varieties are still available. The roasted meat section.
Beside it was the Bak Kut Teh.
The sashimi was fresh. There’s also the cold soba and other Japanese selection.
This photo is for the wife. She loves oysters.
There’s also the cold prawns, crabs and salad selection available.
It’s quite an interesting buffet for those who loves Indian Food.
Town Restaurant’s “A Tasty Passage to India” dinner buffet.
Priced at S$52++ per adults and S$26++ per child (6 to 12 years old).
Available from 20 – 31 July 2012, 6.00 pm to 10.00pm.
Town Restaurant is located at the lobby level of The Fullerton Hotel.
Town Restaurant, The Fullerton Hotel
1 Fullerton Square,
Tel: +65 6877 8128