Delicious pastries, cookies, cakes as well as steaming hot Dim Sum are the highlights of this cosy cafe. Perfect for an early morning "cuppa". Ah Teng's provides a warm and inviting dining experience.
Most well known for its legend of the "Tiger under the Billiard Table," this colonial yet stylish restaurant serves an international buffet for lunch and dinner on weekdays while a lavish brunch is offered on Sunday.
The ambience of Singapore's cafes and coffee houses popular in the 1920s provide the setting for the Hotel's casual dining restaurant. The food is an eclectic blend of international staples and local favourites.
Home of the Singapore Sling, the earthy decor of this two-storey bar was inspired by Malayan plantations of the 1920's. In addition to almost every alcoholic and non-alcoholic concoction imaginable, the bar also serves traditional pub favorites that we available for both lunch and snacks.
Located on the second storey of Raffles Hotel Arcade, adjacent to the world famous Long Bar.
A Plantation Restaurant where choice prime cuts of meat and quality seafood are enhanced with plantation flavours, and accompanied by a tantalizing range of tasty side orders.
For an unforgettable experience amidst swaying palms and lush tropical gardens, savour alfresco
dining at its best with fresh seafood prepared Asia styled a la minute at Raffles Courtyard.
An aura of timeless elegance set of the tome for the Hotel's formal dining room. The cuisine is light and innovative, characterized by a blend of classical and contemporary French cuisine complemented by service that is attentive yet discreet.
A top international Chinese restaurant operator based in London, Royal China is well known for its signature dishes such as lobster noodles, crispy duck in pancake, roast suckling pig and traditional dim sum items.
Enjoy the cult-status Kanesaka style of sushi in a cozy and intimate ambience. Edomae sushi techniques combined with novel ideas for the ultimate pairing of rice and premium fish, reflecting the 2-star Michelin chef's pursuit of the perfect sushi.
The decor and ambience of this quaint restaurant reflect the Hotel's glory days at the turn of the century. The place for North Indian Fare with a delectable buffet spread for lunch and dinner. A buffet breakfast and high tea is also served daily.