The good old times in Singapore are over... We don't need that dirty money anymore.
If you want to dine alfresco, Raffles Courtyard is the place to be.
The panoramic overhead gallery of the heavens, and lush green surroundings promise a unique tropical dining experience found nowhere else.
An open-air bar replete with lustrous gold furnishings and enchanting marble counter tops impresses with snazzy cocktails and heady aromas.
The Raffles Courtyard serves Asian-style seafood, as well as the scrumptious local fare that includes Stir-fried Kai Lan with Oyster Sauce.
Saunter over to the icebox of the open-air kitchen and get a mouth-watering preview of the catch of the day. Subsequently, selecting your dinner is as simple as ticking off the dishes on the menu.
Every form of seafood, be it prawn, fish or lobster can be cooked in at least three ways.
For special requests, simply inform the kitchen and they will be delighted to whip up a fantastic custom-made dish. An impressive list of wines is available to partner the glorious smorgasbord of delights at the Raffles Courtyard.
Dessert is worth looking forward to, and includes the perennial Singaporean favourite, Ice Kachang, harmonious blend of shaved ice over a bed of mixed beans and various sweet treats, served with generous lashings of colourful syrup and evaporated milk.
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A common question asked in our offices is,
Where, at three-twenty in the morning an you stuff my face and thus perhaps avert a hangover?
And can a meal be had for under ten dollars?