Homegrown fine-dining stalwart offers a chic city outlet at Raffles Hotel
As the urban complement to Halia at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, this latest outlet offers a similar menu of European dishes with Asian influences, bringing in a new concept – big and small plates. With elegant yet casual surroundings highlighted by trees scattered around the place, it encourages a more communal dining experience with must-tries from small plates like celeriac 'lasagna' ($12), foie gras salad ($23), confit salmon ($16) and oriental pulled duck ($18), along with heartier big plates such as Halia chilli crab spaghetti ($25), seafood gratin ($26), sous vide Baharat chicken leg ($28) and Chilean seabass en papillote ($43).
If you've got a sweet tooth, go for the refreshingly chilled strawberry soup ($12), delectable sticky toffee pudding ($10) or melt-in-your-mouth chocolate and orange custard ($10). Wash it all down with a sip of the signature Halia infusion ($10) of sundried ginger and wild mountain honey, or Halia mint berry ($12) made up of ginger, mint leaf, fresh blueberries and Sprite.
For the brunch crowd, they've got you covered as well. From light bites such as grilled green asparagus with poached egg ($14) to heartier options like the grilled Wagyu rump steak sandwich ($28) and the white bean Iberico chorizo leek stew ($16), as well as dishes and drinks from their regular menu, there's a whole lot of quality offerings to choose from. Plus, if you're wondering where to head to for dinner before a theatre show (or you simply want a relatively quick dinner), try their Pre-Theatre Dinner Set, which gives you two options each for your starter, main and dessert.
Pre-Theatre Dinner Set: Daily 5.30-7pm, $28+ for two courses, $33+ for three courses
|Venue name:||Halia at Raffles Hotel||Contact:|
#01-22/23 Raffles Hotel
1 Beach Rd
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 11.30am-10pm , Sat & Sun 10am-10pm|