18 May 2016

Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy's Peranakan Food Festival

Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy's Peranakan* Food Festival is back! Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy is bringing back the signature food festival with introduction of new dishes such as ayam masak rebung lemak (chicken with bamboo shoots in spicy gravy) along with popular dishes such as bubur cha cha (tapioca in coconut milk) and more.

Held at Feast@East Buffet Restaurant, diners can visit booths that feature items showcasing Peranakan heritage.

Savour a range of seafood such as Chilean blue Mussels, Spanner Crabs and other crustacean
favourites at Feast@East Buffet Restaurant from 10 June to 19 June.

Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy will also be having a Ramadan Buffet Feast at breez bistro.bar during the period from 6 June to 5 July, from 7pm to 10.30pm.


The Peranakan Food Festival can be found at the Feast@East Buffet Restaurant till 31 May. There are special dine-in rates for senior citizens and pioneers daily. Adults and children stand to enjoy 50% off on Wednesdays.

*The Peranakans are also known as Straits Chinese. Of mixed Chinese and Malay or Indonesian heritage, they come from the formerly British-controlled Straits settlements of Singapore, Penang and Malacca. Peranakan males and females are known as “Baba” and “Nonya” respectively. Due to its unique heritage, Peranakan, better known as Nyonya cuisine is a diverse combination of both Chinese and Malay cooking styles, which uses local herbs and spices. Nyonya dishes typically have a rich, intense and spicier aftertaste.

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