Commemorate the nation’s 53 rd birthday with three unique dining experiences as Cherry Garden , Dolce Vita and Melt Café at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore offer a medley of amazing delights in August.
National Day Dinner at Cherry Garden
Indulge in the revelry with a sublime Cantonese dinner specially curated by Executive
Chinese Chef Cheng Hon Chau, and start with the signature Peking Duck alongside
quintessential condiments. Showcasing his culinary finesse are moreish dishes such as the
Wok-fried Lobster doused in XO sauce; Kampong Chicken Duet cooked with ginger-scallion emulsion and vinegar with spicy sauce; and Stir-fried Wheat Noodles with Kurobuta pork.
Date: 9 August / Price: Seven-course set dinner at SGD 118 per person
Pre-National Day Dinner at Dolce Vita
Leading up to the highly anticipated parade, Italian restaurant Dolce Vita, presents delicious treats. Tantalise palates with a refined Angus Beef Carpaccio accompanied by truffle vinaigrette and black truffle shavings. Choose between a succulent Roasted Wagyu
Tenderloin with mushrooms or the delicate Confit Atlantic Cod Fillet sous vide for two
hours, and served with creamy watercress puree and charred leeks. Finish off with the
Banana e Cioccolato comprising caramelised banana compote and ice cream.
Date: 21, 28 July and 4 August / Price: Five-course set dinner at SGD 168 per person
Flavours of Singapore at Melt Café
Discover a melting pot of local cuisines at all-day dining restaurant Melt Café. Savour
unlimited selections of fresh seafood and specialties such as the King Prawn Laksa, Kueh Pie Tie Cups and Roasted Suckling Pig stuffed with aromatic six treasure rice. At the alfresco garden, the Durian and Fruit corner featuring Mao Shan Wang durians and a slew of other fresh fruits is a highlight that warrants visits.
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