Revisit Singapore’s colonial past at the historic Tiffin Room, which has been a part of Raffles Hotel since its opening in 1887. Designed to transport you back to the turn of the 20th century, the interiors are lined with teak tables and bentwood chairs similar to those seen in faded photographs of the hotel. Grab a seat by the French windows and relish in a meal that’s timeless and elegant.
Even way back when, Tiffin Room was known for its buffets. It’s famed today for its curry buffet (lunch and dinner), but, perhaps thanks to the colonial vibes, we prefer the high tea ($62/adult, $30/child). Available every day from 3 to 5pm, the tea is traditionally British: finger sandwiches, tiny pastries, scones with clotted cream and homemade jams, all presented on a silver three-tiered platter. And repping Asian cuisine on the spread is a small selection of dim sum.
|Venue name:||Tiffin Room||Contact:|
1 Beach Rd
|Opening hours:||Daily 6.30-10.30am, noon-2pm, 3-5.30pm, 7-10pm|