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Traditional Indian dishes take centre stage at Shangri-La’s Deepavali buffet

The a la carte buffet at The Line will feature dishes such as crab kofta, Tandoori king prawn and grilled garlic seabass, alongside a variety of sweet treats.

Traditional Indian dishes take centre stage at Shangri-La’s Deepavali buffet

At Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, tuck into a delightful array of traditional Indian dishes. (Photo: Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore)

With Deepavali just around the corner, it’s time to gather your loved ones for some festive feasting in celebration of this joyous occasion. This season, The Line at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore is offering an elaborate a la carte buffet, featuring an expanded selection of Indian dishes.

Created by Chef Dilip Nayak, who hails from Bhubaneswar, Odisha, the line-up includes Bharwan Baingan with Salan Sauce (stuffed baby eggplant with coconut and peanut sauce); Grilled Garlic Seabass; Crab Kofta with Moilee Sauce – a mild coconut sauce with a touch of tartness from Kerala, South India; and Tandoori Malai King Prawn, offered exclusively for Deepavali.

A variety of sweet treats round up the selection, ranging from traditional Indian desserts such as Kaju Burfi, to classic desserts modernised with a touch of Indian flavours in the form of Masala Chai Creme Brulee.

At Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, tuck into a delightful array of traditional Indian dishes. (Photo: Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore)

In addition to an expanded spread of Indian fare, guests can still indulge in the flavours of the world with eight other cuisines and a total of 88 dishes available to order and served tableside. The Deepavali a la carte buffet is available during lunch and dinner from Nov 12 to Nov 15, priced from S$58++ per person.

If you’re looking for a festive gift to present to loved ones or business partners, Shangri-La has also debuted a Deepavali sweets gift box.

Each gift box includes an assortment of exquisite confectioneries such as Besan Ladoo, delicate chickpea and cashew nut cookie spiced with cardamom; Kacha Golla, a moist sponge cake made with fresh milk and spices; Doodh Peda, a soft milk sweet made with paneer, evaporated milk and pure ghee, and Til Gud Laddu, a sweet made of jaggery and sesame seeds with toasted and chopped almond.

Deepavali sweets. (Photo: Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore)

Choose between two designs – Sophisticated Burgundy, which represents wealth and prosperity, or Vibrant Yellow, symbolising positivity, hope, happiness and new beginnings. The Deepavali Sweets Gift Boxes are priced at S$49 nett each, consisting of 12 pieces of handcrafted confections.

Choose between two designs for the Deepavali gift boxes. (Photo: Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore)

Order the Deepavali Sweet Treats Gift Boxes online here, and self-collect at Shophouse by Shangri-La, located at the hotel’s main lobby. An advance order of three working days will be required as the sweets are made-to-order

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