Singapore 2011 - Star Cruise Lunch at The Pavilion Room

On the first day we had lunch at The Pavilion Room. This is a family Chinese Restaurant which is included in the cruise package. The restaurant is huge and can accommodate hundreds of people at one time. Still there was a queue building up during peak hour. We were lucky to get in easily as we were a bit early. That's the thing about Star Cruise - you have to know how to beat the crowd or be prepared to wait in line for anything.


The lunch is based on a set menu, but you can order seconds if you want.

There was a pork ribs with sweet corn soup - very tasty. We had 2 of these.


Braised Tofu. A hit with the kids.


Sweet and Sour Pork Ribs - another hit with the kids.


Curry Fish. This was not that great. The fish was dry and the sauce a bit overcooked.


The appetizer was just jellyfish with "crab sticks". Disappointing.


Spinach with dried scallops.


On the whole I would say the Chinese food was of a reasonable standard, considering how many meals they have to churn out on every sitting.

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henryk said…
We provide an affordable, flexible, comfortable services. Also, Quality of food here is good and presentation is nicely done. You can tell that thought has been given to create of the interesting dishes.


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