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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Lime Chope

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With floor-to-ceiling windows, a big focus on Southeast Asian flavors and a fun open kitchen, the sun-drenched lobby retaurant at ParkRoyal on Pickering is especially ideal for a weekday lunch or weekend buffet, where our favorites include their selection of Singaporean fare such as ayam buah keluak and kueh pi tie. There are a la carte options, too. Go for the Singapore "luxe-sa" which comes with Maine lobster.

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For a blowout brunch, fancy schmancy hotel buffets can’t be beat. This new one at Parkroyal at Pickering’s on-site restaurant is lovely. In an airy light filled dining room, swig Piper-Heidsieck Champagne while digging into moreish mushroom risotto (made a la minute), fiery Thai salads and house made gravlax. The servers come round with hot pizza too, offering up hot cheesy slices at 30 minute intervals. There is also lots of lovely cheese—don’t miss the stinky livarot...
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Phone: 6809-8899
Lime, 1/F PARKROYAL on Pickering, 3 Upper Pickering St., Singapore, 058289 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Clarke Quay

Opening Hours:

Sun-Thu 6:30am-midnight; Fri-Sat 6:30-2am

Open Since:

January, 2013
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