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You can order everything from local Singaporean specialties to gourmet Italian cuisine from the room service menu at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, a historic luxury Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel ideally located in the heart of the central business district.
While a large buffet breakfast is served daily in the hotel’s casual Town Restaurant, you’ll be tempted to have breakfast in bed, given the appetizing array of dishes available from room service in the morning. Try guilt-free waffles topped with fresh fruit and honey; a waffles, bacon and bananas plate; The Fullerton eggs Benedict; or one of the 10 healthy fruit juice booster shakes.
The Singapore Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel’s lunch and dinner room service menu, available from 11 a.m. to midnight, features an exceptional selection of dishes from around the world, starting with popular Singaporean plates like char kway teow (stir-fried rice noodles), laksa (spicy noodles), mee goreng (Indian-influenced fried noodles) and hokkien mee (noodles fried with pork and prawns). If you have a taste for Chinese, options include oven-roasted duck, hot-and-sour seafood soup and sautéed beef tenderloin, while you’ll find sushi, sashimi, soft-shell crab tempura and grilled cod on the Japanese menu. Crab spaghetti, pan-seared salmon and a variety of pizzas headline the luxury hotel’s assortment of Italian dishes, and the international menu includes salads, sandwiches, lamb ribs, fish and chips and much more. Finally, satisfy your sweet tooth with crème brûlée, cappuccino tiramisu or a slice of New York-style cheesecake.