The Orchard Cafe's Live Kitchen Returns With Comfort for Body and Soul

Return to the Orchard Cafe With a Feast to Nourish Both Your Body and Spirit. Enjoy Unlimited Plated Servings Cooked a La Minute by Chefs in Different "Live" Kitchens.

Singapore, Singapore City. July 27, 2020

Get a steamy start with immunity-boosting soups such as Herbal Chicken Soup and Winter Melon Soup with Wolfberry, followed by heritage favourites ranging from Chicken to Mutton Satay; Har Cheong Gai (Crispy Chicken in Shrimp Paste); Wok-fried Tiger Prawn with Premium Salted Egg Yolk Sauce; Freshly made Masala Tohosai to Signature Laksa Noodles with Fresh Cockles.

International classics like Poached or Grilled Norwegian Smoked Salmon; Wagyu Rib-eye Steak; Tori Sasan Menta and Freshly Grilled Oysters with a choice of 10 different sauces including Chef's recommended Japanese Sesame Soy with Crispy Garlic and Pink Ginger will give you a protein-packed boost.

Round off your hearty meal with Chef's new dessert creations - The Orchard Cafe's Durian Basque Burnt Cheesecake - a crustless cheesecake with custard-like interior paired with D24 durian and the Coconut Malibu - a delicious dewy cake that is perfect for any gathering. Chocolate lovers will fall in love with Freshly Baked 55% Belgium Chocolate Soufflé served with Vanilla Ice Cream and Freshly Baked Belgium 55% Chocolate Tart. These desserts are available for all dine in meals at The Orchard Cafe.

To celebrate the reopening for dine-in, guests will get a complimentary takeaway of The Orchard Cafe's new dessert creations - Durian Basque Burnt Cheesecake, Coconut Malibu Mousse Cake or Freshly Baked Belgium 55% Chocolate Tart

Durian Basque Burnt Cheesecake

Originating from Spain, the burnt Basque cheesecake is a crustless cheesecake baked at a high temperature, which has gained popularity over the last few years. Inspired by Orchard Hotel Singapore Pastry team's love for the ‘King of Fruits'- the Durian, this uniquely Singaporean cheesecake hits all the right notes with a creamy, custard-like interior full of D24 durian. As one of the most popular durian varieties, the D24 durian has a pale-yellow flesh with a rich and creamy texture. Gula Melaka and coconut milk is also added to help blend the taste of durian and cream cheese together into one creamy delicacy! Laced with a light pungency from the D24 filling that delicately cuts through the full-bodied cream cheese, our Basque Burnt Cheesecake makes for an irresistible indulgence that strikes a balance between sweetness and tartness.

Coconut Malibu Mousse Cake

If you are dreaming of a Caribbean vacation, we aspire to bring the flavours of the world directly to you at The Orchard Cafe - no passport required! Moist and refreshing, the Coconut Malibu Mousse Cake uses the fabulous flavour of Malibu Original- Coconut flavoured Caribbean Rum, Coconut mousse and Sarawak pineapple for a delicious dewy cake that is perfect for any comforting catchup with loved ones. The combination of these flavours evokes a cool and stimulating taste that is perfect for sunny Singapore. In particular, the Sarawak pineapple lends a beautiful colour, a pleasant bittersweet taste and fruity fragrance that may conjure heady daydreams of the Caribbean islands.

Savour a new dine-in experience as Orchard Hotel assures your well-being and safety with its "We Clean We Care We Welcome" commitment. This includes the introduction of 10 Hallmarks of cleanliness and safety designed to safeguard our guests. Orchard Hotel Singapore and its F&B outlets have been awarded SG Clean Quality Mark Certifications by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and Enterprise Singapore.

Weekend Unlimited Plated Lunch is available from 12pm to 2.30pm at $48 per adult; Weekend Unlimited High Tea from 3pm to 5pm at $42 per adult; and Unlimited Plated Dinner is served from 6pm to 10pm at $78 per adult from Fridays to Saturdays.

(Children below 5 years dine free; and 5 to 12 years at half price). All prices are subject to service charge and prevailing government taxes.

For reservations and enquiries, please Whatsapp, Call 6739 6565 or Email orchardcafe.ohs@millenniumhotels.com.



The Orchard Cafe is OPEN for your favourite Dine-In!
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