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Dining

Delectable dining

for discerning palates

Shangri-La Singapore welcomes you for a truly inspiring dining experience. Discover the finest culinary artistry from around the world at our celebrated gourmet destinations. Featuring a collection of international cuisines from European, Italian, Chinese, to Japanese, you can expect epicurean excellence in settings as refined and elegant as the menus.
 
• Cocktails at Origin Bar are inspired by Singapore’s colourful trading history with unique concoctions reflecting heritage districts such as Chinatown and Little India.
 
• Taking a less-is-more philosophy, Origin Grill serves clean, farm-to-table meals with premium produce carefully sourced from around the world. 
 
• At Nami, appreciate Japanese culinary artistry presented with mindful balance of authentic Japanese cuisine, harmonised with international influences.
 
Shophouse by Shangri-La offers freshly baked breads, cakes and pastries as well as unique Singaporean culinary delights for those on the go.
 
• Enjoy authentic heritage hawker fare and Peranakan favourites at The Lobby Lounge.  
 
Waterfall Ristorante Italiano offers Southern Italian classics using fresh seasonal produce, handmade pastas and heirloom recipes.
 
• A signature dining destination at Shangri-La hotels, Shang Palace serves traditional Cantonese cuisine in a refined setting.
 
The Rose Veranda serves an elegant afternoon tea featuring savoury treats and desserts in a cozy corner on the mezzanine floor. 
 
• At The Line, flavours of the world are served to the table in sumptuous a la carte buffets with over 88 delectable choices – one of the best gastronomic journeys around the world, with no passport required!
 
• Cocooned amidst delicate orchids, Dîner de Fleurs is an intimate epicurean experience, under the stars for you and your special someone.

Featured Chef
Area Executive Pastry Chef Herve Potus

Area Executive Pastry Chef Herve Potus

Chef Potus joined the hotel in July 2008 and oversees the pastry operations for Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, Rasa Sentosa Resort, Singapore as well as Hotel Jen Tanglin and Orchardgateway. With an impressive track record at various established hotels in the region as well as Jordan, Greece, Mexico, Switzerland and France, Chef Potus has garnered accolades in the industry such as garnering a Guinness world record in 1987 for making a life-sized chocolate Fiat Topolino, winning the 31st National Day Celebrations Birthday Cake Contest” in 1996, “Chef of the World - France 2000,” organized and sponsored by Elle and Vire; and “Pastry Chef of the Year” during World Gourmet Summit 2005.

Meet the chef