Recently revamped Melt Cafe at Mandarin Oriental Singapore welcomes Guest Chef Metin Isci from Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum who is showcasing his spread of finessed Turkish delicacies from 3 to 12 March 2016.
Highlights from the buffet spread include tantalising appetisers such as the İçli Köfte, bulgur sphere-shaped shells filled with minced beef, onions and walnuts, and Humus; as well as the hearty Karides Güveç of shrimp and vegetables casserole; Patlıcan Musakka, stuffed eggplant topped with minced beef, green peppers and covered in tomato sauce; and the Perdeli Pilav, where fragrant pilaf rice is encased in crispy Turkish pastry.
Guests may also visit the 'live' station of traditional lamb and beef grilled kebabs that team wonderfully with soft, thin unleavened lavash flatbread, as well as the Tuzda Levrek, delectable Mediterranean sea bass wrapped and baked in a flaky salt crust.
Finally, round up the experience with Fırın Sütlaç, a Turkish rice pudding, or choose from the array of treats like lokum (Turkish Delight) or Sakızlı Muhallebi, a milky pudding dusted with light sugar, from the desserts section.
The Turkish promotion by Guest Chef Metin Isci is available at Melt Cafe through 12 March 2016. For reservations and enquiries, please call +65 6885 3500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lunch buffet is priced at $62 per person (Monday to Saturday), dinner buffet at $78 per person (Sunday to Wednesday), and $88 per person, inclusive of barbecue selections (Thursday to Saturday). Sunday brunch is priced at $98 per person, inclusive of free flow of juices and soft drinks, and $158 per person for free flow of Veuve Cliquot champagnes, wines, beer, juices and soft drinks.
Address: Level 4, Mandarin Oriental Singapore, 5 Raffles Avenue, Marina Square, Singapore 039797
Photos courtesy of Mandarin Oriental Singapore.