Latest Recipe Launches Taste of Discovery Weekend Buffet at Latest Recipe, Le Meridien, Sentosa

If you’re down at Sentosa for an adventurous weekend, make sure you stop by Le Meridien for the Taste of Discovery Buffet. Think fresh seafood on ice, local flavours such as Flower chili crab with mantou and a dazzling array of dessert. Pair it with a chilled glass of wine and your weekend is made.

Taste of Discovery Buffet at Latest Recipe, Le Meridien, Sentosa

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Make sure to try the baked Boston lobster with hollandaise sauce – limited to one serving per guest (choose between this, black pepper lobster, or foie gras) – and no wonder, it’s absolutely tasty. The springy flesh falls off the shell effortlessly, and goes seamlessly with the creamy, tangy hollandaise sauce.

Seafood spread at Taste of Discovery Buffet at Latest Recipe, Le Meridien, Sentosa

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Baked Boston lobster with hollandaise sauce at Taste of Discovery Buffet at Latest Recipe, Le Meridien, Sentosa

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The best thing about a buffet is probably its fixed prices with a free-flow of flower chili crab, deep fried mantous and sambal stingray. Now you can have your favourite hawker seafood in the comfort of cushioned seats and air-conditioning, with a splendid view of the iconic merlion.

Flower chili crab at Taste of Discovery Buffet at Latest Recipe, Le Meridien, Sentosa

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Sambal stingray at Taste of Discovery Buffet at Le Meridien, Sentosa

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Injecting the restaurant with more local flair are stations that dole out crispy roast meat, a do-it-yourself rojak station, and even a live station serving black pepper char kway teow where a raving a la minute performance of stir-fry is put on by the chef.

Roast meat station at Taste of Discovery Buffet at Latest Recipe, Le Meridien, Sentosa

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DIY rojak station at Taste of Discovery Buffet at Latest Recipe, Le Meridien, Sentosa

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Black pepper char kway teow at Taste of Discovery Buffet at Latest Recipe, Le Meridien, Sentosa

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Embracing the cultural vibrance that defines our little red dot, the buffet at Le Meridien’s Latest Recipe offers a delightful range of locally-inspired eclairs alongside your usual vanilla and chocolate, namely, pandan kaya and raspberry coconut. Fragrant with an exciting tinge of sourness, the bite-sized pastries are pretty and highly addictive. Also available are traditional kuehs and cakes that are actually pretty good! P.s. The desserts pair remarkably well with your favorite TWG tea.

Pandan kaya eclair at Taste of Discovery Buffet at Latest Recipe, Le Meridien, Sentosa

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Raspberry coconut eclair at Taste of Discovery Buffet at Latest Recipe, Le Meridien, Sentosa

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Cheesecake at Taste of Discovery Buffet at Latest Recipe, Le Meridien, Sentosa

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Traditional kuehs at Taste of Discovery Buffet at Le Meridien, Sentosa

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What’s more, Starwood Preferred Guests (SPG members) receive 20% off and enjoy Starpoints when dining at Latest Recipe. Membership registration is free.

Latest Recipe, Le Meridien Singapore Sentosa, 6818-3305. $65; available Friday and Saturday nights; 6-10pm.

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Author:Ling Tay

Perpetually glass-half-full spirit. (@lingamajig / @footloops.sg)

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