The sleek Sofitel Singapore City Centre is a city sanctuary that straddles bustling Chinatown and the Central Business District, set right in the heart of the historic Tanjong Pagar enclave.
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Racines, led by executive chef Jean-Charles Dubois, serves both elegant French and traditional Chinese cuisine, using seasonal ingredients. The wagyu beef cheek, for instance, slow cooked for 48 hours, and topped off with truffled mashed potatoes and seasonal greens, is exceptional. For signature cocktails check out 1864. Breakfast offers French classics like charcuterie; Chinese fare like dim sum; and local favourites like nasi lemak (a Malay fragrant rice dish). There is also a selection of low-calorie dishes. Breakfast costs £23 per person.
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