17 August 2014


We celebrated our daughter's birthday by having brunch at the Raffles Hotel restaurant HALIA which offers European cuisine with Asian inspirations at affordable price.

A spacious restaurant with green environment and a collection of wood-carved tables.  Large French windows to let in an abundance of daylight. 

Open concept kitchen and bar for great show

Once seated a large basket of assorted bread, scones and pastries was offered served with clotted cream, butter and jam to go with

Hot and cold cinnamon infusions with orange syrup and mint berry mocktai

The Salmon pate ($16) was served in a glass jar topped by roast floret, tomato and cauliflower puree with vanilla. The texture of the pinkish salmon was smooth and served, and to be eaten, together with baguettes

The Oriental Pulled Duck ($18) is light and refreshing. The flavorful duck was served with soba , tossed in sesame oil, which gives a contrasting texture to the meat

Sous vide lamb rack ($49), done to tender medium-rare perfection, is accompanied by a delectable artichoke, green peas and arugula

Must try chilli crab pasta where the thick gravy covered every strain of pasta.  There was real crab meat

A grilled breakfast with poached eggs ($23) that comes with Italian pork sausage, sweetened bacon, portobello mushroom, vine tomato and toasted sourdough

Oriental dish of steamed tender halibut to go with Japanese sesame rice garnished with pickled cucumbers

Pork Square - compacted meatloaf crisply fried with poached eggs, stewed beans, spinach and diced vegetables

A lemon curd cake for birthday girl

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