Singapore Reported by Elite Traveler the private

first_imgSingapore- Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazineShangri-La Hotel, Singapore recently opened the new Waterfall Café, a restaurant offering healthy and creative dishes inspired by fresh Mediterranean flavors. The hotel is constantly searching for groundbreaking dining concepts and lifestyle trends, recognizing their clientele’s desire for healthy dining options. Chef Stephanie’s simple menu embraces the quality of eating well with fresh, seasonal ingredients and dishes that are sure to please any palette.Chef Stephan, an advocate of healthy dining, was inspired by the Mediterranean culinary philosophy. He combines fresh, seasonal produce and herbs, smoked salts, vinegars and exotic spices to create light and refreshing dishes. Diners are sure to enjoy socca, a crispy pancake made from chickpea flour, topped with spicy tomato coulis, roasted veggies, fresh herb salad and pesto, and his Atlantic Cod served with barley risotto, pequillo peppers and vadouvan emulsion. All products are sourced from sustainable origins and free from hormones, pesticides and antibiotics.“After observing and listening to our distinguished clientele’s preferences, we recognized that the expectations of our well-traveled guests have evolved. Eating well and personal well-being have become an integral part of their dining experience. The hunger for social responsibility is inseparable from the physical demands of a hearty and delicious meal. At Waterfall Café, we offer a tasty solution to this need,” said Manfred Weber, general manager of Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore.In addition to the healthy cuisine, the Waterfall Café boasts a rare and focused wine selection from the Mediterranean. Diners can choose wines from22 wines served by the glass from boutique wineries across the globe. The restaurant also has an impressive collection of aperitifs, sherries and grappa and also serve the organic Phoenix brand of sodas from New Zealand.The interior consists of natural beige tones and dark woods, resulting in a relaxing environment for diners to enjoy the delectable menu. The restaurant also has a private dining room with a fully functional show kitchen is ideal for cooking workshops, small gatherings and corporate retreats. The Waterfall Café serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and is open 6:30 a.m. until 10:30 p.m. daily except on Sundays.www.shangri-la.comlast_img read more