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    Beef green curry
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    Salmon larb
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    Blue jasmine mango sticky rice
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If you’re a fan of Thai cuisine, the opening of Blue Jasmine at Park Hotel Farrer Park will have your mouth watering. Drawing inspiration from Thailand’s traditional dishes and street food culture, Blue Jasmine is all about authentic flavors presented in a communal dining format. 

Helmed by executive Chef Bright Kan San, Blue Jasmine serves up all the expected classics along with signature dishes like salmon larb ($18), “Tiger Cry” beef salad made with grilled Australian rib eye ($20), prawns with petai ($22), and orange curry stingray ($24). On top of that, guests will have a choice of four different types of rice—steamed, sticky, organic multi-grain and the restaurant’s namesake blue jasmine rice.

Design-wise, Blue Jasmine will feature plenty of local touches courtesy of FBEYE International—its white tiles and red bricks accompanied by Peranakan embroidery. Be sure to check out their lush alfresco dining area, located by the hotel’s pool with views of the city skyline.

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Phone: 6824-8851
Blue Jasmine, 5/F Park Hotel Farrer Park, 10 Farrer Park Station Rd., Singapore, 217564 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Farrer Park

Opening Hours:

daily 6:30-10:30am, 11:30am-2:30pm, 6-10pm

Price Range:



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