....or so we thought?
After trying our traditional favourites, we then moved on with the ones that are unique to Shang Palace. We had the Crisp-fried Dumpling with Scallops and.... Goose Liver a.k.a. Foie Gras (S$8.50). I initially couldn't believe it when I was told that they actually have a dimsum with foie gras inside. Wow! This is definitely a creation wherein East meets West!
Anyway, going back to the dessert, I'm so glad we had this to cap off our meal as it was very refreshing and it felt good that the birds nest promise making your skin more glowing and soft on top of the many other benefits it brings. I got to admit, it's a bit pricey but it's hard to get good and authentic bird's nest thus the premium price that comes with it.
We're thankful that we were able to dine at Shang Palace once more and just like how it has always been back home, our dining experience was nothing but EXCELLENT. Here's one place where we can always go back to whenever we want to relive the delicious moments that we've had in Manila. It's truly a place so new yet so familiar too.
Weekend staycation at Shangri-la Hotel, Singapore
Buffet Breakfast at The Line
Shang Palace is located at the Lobby Level of the Tower Wing in Shangri-la Hotel, Singapore. For reservations, call them at +65-62134473.