After 2 successful years, The Royal Mail Restaurant & Bar presents a face-lift in its well-loved a la carte offering, re-establishing the restaurant's position in Singapore's dining landscape as a unique Modern British Cuisine dining destination.
With inspiration from Cuisine of Singapore's colonial masters Group Executive Chef Micail Chepi and his team have introduced new starters, mains, roasts, sides, and desserts which are an impeccable combination of classics with a modern twist. Highlights of the Modern British Cuisine offering include the Kurobuta Pork Chop with Apply Sauce, Lamb Fore Shank, Roasted Deboned Fish and Chestnuts & Grapes.
The table setting
Love the red wine that was served at the Restaurant. I'm pretty a wine drinker if you see my photo on instagram.
Maybeline soaking in Red Wine! So cute right!
I love their bread! It was very tasty and I can't help but asking for more.
Sous-vide Half Maine Lobster served with Japanese pumpkin
Pan seared Foie Gras with Camembert Cheese, Mixed Dried Fruit and Scented Honey-mustard with Riesling Jus.
Some Pattler Of Sides
A Majestic serving of 700g Roasted Deboned Catch of the Day which serves up to 2 persons.
The Signature Roast Prime Rib with new sides, Sauteed Brussels Sprouts, Molren Blue Cheese, Pine Nuts, and Roast Whole Garlic. If you are a meat eater like me, go for this! You will like it!
Lobster Linguine with Garlic, Semi-dried Tomatoes, Chilli Oil, Lobster and Squid Ink Espuma
Eton Mess- This is my favorite choice of dessert!
There are Strawberries, Meringue, Hazelnut Crunch, Salted Caramel and Devon Crumble.
This aminstay dessert finds it origins in Briton's framed boarding schoool Eton College, where the dessert is served at the school's annual cricket game and has been known by its name since the 19th century!
This is definitely a great place for dating, friend and family gathering dinner too!
The Royal Mail Restaurant & Bar is a 60-seater establishment housed within the historical and culturally-rich Ascott Raffles Place and serves modern interpretations of Classic British Cuisine where Roasts and Prime Rib take
A vintage brass mail chute, which stands in its full glory by the lift lobby of the Ascott, is the inspiration for The Royal Mail concept which provides guests with a touch of Old World elegance from the days of letter-writing, Doris Day, Grace Chang and policemen in shorts.
Parking is available Hong Leong Building or
John Hancock Tower (entrances via Telegraph Street).
Ascott Raffles Place,
2 Finlayson Green Singapore,
Mon – Fri
Breakfast: 6.30am to 10.30am
Lunch: 12 noon to 3pm (last order 2.30pm)
Dinner: 6.30pm to 11pm (last order 10.30pm)
Breakfast: 7am to 11am
Dinner: 6.30pm to 11pm (Last order 10.30pm)
Sun & Public Holidays
Breakfast: 7am to 11am
Lunch – Closed
Dinner – Closed
Mon - Sun
3pm to 12mn
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