March right into a gourmet indulgence as MO BAR presents afternoon tea flavours inspired by the coast of Sumatra for the next two months. Start the culinary thrill with a refreshing Pomegranate Granite with Fresh Lime. A contemporary twist on heritage dishes are two bite-sized morsels that pack a robust punch. Cooked for over four hours, Beef Rendang with potatoes is an unassuming delectable treat stuffed in a kueh pie tee cup. Reminiscent of an ice cream cone is rich and spicy Sumatran Chicken Curry balanced out by the sweet acidity of an Asian pear sphere. With the cuisine influenced by Arab and Indian traders, enjoy Martabak Pastry and Prawn Malabar enriched with spices and coconut sauce cocooned in a semolina puff.
Other delights highlighting the country’s favourites and seasonal ingredients are Tomato Tart comprising goat cheese and jelly infused with Indonesia basil leaf; Vegetable Kroket with Sambal Mayonnaise; and hearty scone studded with pineapple chunks.
Round off on a sweet note as six desserts take the spotlight and presented on plates made by a local potter, Mud Rock Ceramics. Standouts are Sumatra Coffee Bean Pound Cake laced with orange and Co-Ka-Me 68.5% Chocolate Mousse. Its smoky and bittersweet profile is a result of three different beans and the work of Specialty Pastry Chef Desmond Lee, who represented Singapore in the finals of World Chocolate Master last year.
Afternoon Tea is priced at SGD 48 per person and SGD 88 for two persons inclusive of one pot of coffee or TWG tea. SGD 65 per person inclusive of one cocktail or mocktail. SGD 68 per person inclusive of one glass of “R” de Ruinart champagne. For restaurant reservations and enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +65 6885 3500. Prices quoted are subject to 10% service charge and 7% government tax.
Sunday to Thursday: 11 to 1am
Friday, Saturday and eve of Public Holidays: 11 to 2am
Afternoon Tea Monday to Friday: 3 to 5pm
Two seatings for Afternoon Tea for Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: 12.30 to 2.30pm and 3 to 5pm.
Mandarin Oriental, Singapore is one of the world’s foremost luxury hotels. It is the only hotel in the city that has been awarded Five-Star status for both accommodation and spa in the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide for eight consecutive years (2012 to 2019). This award-winning property has a prime location, close to the financial hub, with easy access to nearby luxury boutiques and entertainment venues, and minutes away from Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre. The hotel features an impressive atrium lobby with 527 rooms and suites. Facilities also include the Oriental Club Lounge, an intimate spa, extensive meeting and banqueting facilities, five renowned restaurants and two lounges overlooking the spectacular Marina Bay.