Posts Tagged ‘mediterranean cuisine’

Shangri-La Waterfall Cafe

Today I had a quick preview of Shangri-La Hotel’s latest dining addition, the Waterfall Cafe. It’s at the ground floor, just next to the famed swimming pool, and occupies the area that was once taken up by function rooms. I really love the breezy looking decor of the restaurant. The use of natural tones complements the open-plan concept of Waterfall Cafe very well.

The cafe serves Mediterranean cuisine and provide a semi buffet counter should you so wish to complement your main courses. I’d already had afternoon tea at the Rose Verandah, but I plan to be back to visit Waterfall Cafe! Meanwhile, enjoy the pictures!

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Medz Restaurant at Orchard Central

Last Saturday, I was invited to attend the 1st birthday of the child of one of my good friends.  Once, where bee hoon, fishballs and chicken wings cooked or catered at home would have sufficed, the trend now is for more lavish and exotic birthday parties, complete with clowns, tiered birthday cakes and perhaps even a baking class thrown in!

You can hardly blame the parents for wanting the best for their kids. It’s actually lots of fun dreaming up all sorts of pretty ideas for the best birthday parties. I’m quite certain I would be the same when I have kids. In fact, I feel like having my very own party already! You know I never did celebrate my 21st birthday and I’ve been toying with the idea of celebrating it belatedly. Very belatedly. Any sponsors out there for my 21st birthday party hmmm? 🙂 🙂 🙂

The birthday girl’s party was held at Medz Restaurant, located at the basement of Orchard Central. Medz is like the Mediterranean version of Marche Restaurant. You are presented with a credit type card upon entry into the restaurant which you use to chalk up food orders at the various food stations. You have to make the order as well as obtain the food yourself at the respective food stations. Payment is then made only at the restaurant exit. Medz is rather small when compared to Marche. In terms of cuisine, the most “exotic” would be the paellas and tagines.

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