Dining room of Fairmont hotel Singapore

Dining

daining room

Ink Club Bar – A glass-fronted bar with plenty of chrome, deep-red leather banquettes, black chairs, and a DJ. Open from early evening until late night.

Szechuan Court – A pair of stone lions stands guard outside the 200-year-old elm doors of this circular Chinese restaurant with marble floors, crystal chandeliers, and black-lacquer chairs. Szechuan specialties include hot-and-sour soup and smoked duck with tea leaves. Open for lunch and dinner.

Mikuni – Mikuni features traditional and modern culinary delights of the Japanese cuisine. This restaurant offers a robotic counter teeming with action-packed, Japanese style grilling, dynamic sushi, sashimi and Teppanyaki stations, and a vibrant Sake Bar.

Prague – An Italian-American pizzeria with street-level windows, red-leather chairs, black-and-white wall prints, and crisp white tablecloths. An open kitchen serves wood-fired pizzas and pasta dishes, while a deli counter provides takeout meats, salads, breads, and pastries. Open from mid-morning until late evening.

Asian Market Café – Serves a buffet spread highlighting Asian cuisine, including Malay, Indian, Chinese, and contemporary regional delicacies.

Alligator Pear – A pool side restaurant and bar serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets and à la carte dishes, as well as all-day spa cuisine. Specialties include salads, grilled items, and pizzas. Open from early morning until mid-evening.

Recreation

The Willow Stream Spa has two 18-meter (60-ft) Freeform outdoor pools, 6 tennis courts (surcharge), and a fitness center with cardiovascular equipment, a strength-training area, saunas, and steam rooms. Aerobics, yoga, and kick-boxing classes are complimentary.

Joggers can run around the Padang cricket grounds, which are 2 blocks from the hotel, or along Esplanade Park one km (a half-mile) away.

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