Member since 29 Nov 2015
Total posts 3
Member since 07 Jan 2011
Total posts 127
I enjoyed the nasi lemak and chicken rice from Singapore.
Singapore Airlines - KrisFlyer
Member since 08 Aug 2012
Total posts 11
I've booked and enjoyed:
Member since 24 Oct 2010
Total posts 992
Everybody has to do the lobster thermidor or seafood thermidor at least once, it's sort of the classic go-to, but after a few trips I'm changing it up to whatever takes my fancy. On my most recent Sydney-Singapore trip I opted for the Roast Duck Rice (always hard for me to resist duck!) and the return leg was 'Singaporean Style' Chicken and Lamb Satay. Have also had the salmon which Sid suggested, think it's the one served with wild rice, it's delicious.
Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 04 Apr 2018
Total posts 4
+1 for the roast duck (itek siow) it's always nicely cooked, full of flavour and a generous serving. The lobster is nice to try for novelty value but a small portion (half tail vs. full tail in first class) - save your lobster experience for the ground.
Member since 12 Nov 2017
Total posts 42
I have to say that I found the Lobster Thermidor quite a disappointment being stringy and dry. I had the Cauliflower Coconut Curry in the Private Room beforehand and it was simply fantastic, one of the best Indian meals I have ever tasted. Nest time would have 2 or 3 servings of this and forgo the flight meal.
Singapore Airlines - The PPS Club
Member since 19 Mar 2016
Total posts 52
Member since 01 Mar 2012
Total posts 195
I love the chicken rice. It’s the dish that the staff on board hope I don’t want :-)
Member since 31 Jan 2013
Total posts 38
I'm one of the rare people who is very meh about the Lobster Thermidor. It is alright, I just find it a bit bland for my tastebuds. Indian Style Lamb Shank curry is pretty good, actually any of the curries really because they reheat really well. Peranakan Hokkein Mee Soup on occasion. Always Dim Sum for brekkie.
Member since 02 Oct 2012
Straights Chicken Curry ex Singapore is amazing and I have it every time I fly. I agree that the lamb shank curry ex OZ is also very good
Member since 11 Jul 2014
Total posts 30
I find most of their dishes are of a good to very good standard. The exception is the beef dishes and in particular any steak. These are very over done and all taste was removed half an hour before they finished cooking. Stick with the traditional Singaporean dishes and you rarely find an issue
Member since 02 Jun 2013
Total posts 34
I just had the nut-crusted veal fillet the other day and it was superb!
Member since 09 Nov 2018
Total posts 1
i really enjoyed the kyo kaiseki when i flew first class
Member since 10 Nov 2018
Last time the FA whipped up beef rendang topped with singapore sling and satay sauce
Member since 24 Aug 2011
Total posts 384
Chicken rice ex-SIN and HKG is always good, and not too heavy.
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