Sungkai at Straits Kitchen

The StraitsKitchen at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Singapore is a must-go place for sungkai when one is in town during Ramadhan. StraitsKitchen is a Singapore-inspired restaurant presenting the best of local cuisine in a contemporary ‘market place’ setting where one can indulge in an endless parade of local flavours from the halal-certified Chinese, Malay and Indian theatre-kitchens including Singapore Laksa, Nasi Goreng, Hainanese Chicken Rice and Roti Prata with Chicken Curry.


Prawn Mee Soup? Laksa Singapura? Chicken Noodle Soup?


The fried carrot cake was pretty good!


This is the fritters station


The Indian Kitchen had rows upon rows of various spices and powders on the shelves


Salad anyone?


My Kryptonite… Roast Duck! *Slurp!*


Assembling the Har-mee


Sedap sekali!


The Chili Crab was faaaaantastic! Served with little Mantou dumplings!

Author: Reedz

8 thoughts on “Sungkai at Straits Kitchen

  1. Lazy Turtle: yeah so fresh the juices ah!

    Izzah: Din try much of the desserts and certainly din come across the tat nenas heheh

    ber: Iatah kan, I shud’ve explored the desserts area a bit more heheh… lalai becerita sama my host ๐Ÿ˜€

    Che: hee hee sori nda tertapau!

    E: Yup I sure did!

    Zul: ada ku tapau kan BK, tapi lam paut ku! ๐Ÿ˜›

    barunaiku: baaaah bila lagi ke spore bro? kan bekirim Matin strap ku eh!

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