Whether you need some breakfast fuel before shopping, a great spot to unwind with a beer after work, happy hour drinks with your buddies (not to mention great people-watching!) or a late-night bite, Crossroads on Orchard Road has some great deals. It’s the perfect spot to meet, eat and drink any time of the day. Here’s why you’ll want to make Crossroads your new go-to.
There’s something for everyone
Located on the ground floor of Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, Crossroads is a buzzing restaurant with local and Western specialties, plus a large selection of wines and beer on tap – which means there’s something to please everybody. Looking for an early breakfast (it’s open from 7am daily), an express lunch or a hearty burger? Or perhaps you want a Singaporean signature to impress an out-of-town guest (try the seafood char hor fun), or even a plant-based meal. Whatever you’re craving, Crossroads offers delicious food, not to mention an all-day bar, lively ambience, catchy beats and warm service.
Dine alfresco and get some good people-watching in. After all, this place is located at the busiest crossroad of Orchard Road (hence the name)!
Great dining and drinks deals
Crossroads’ happy hour happens Monday through Friday from 11am to 8pm (yes, all day!). For $10, you can grab a glass of white or red wine, a pint of beer, a glass of sangria or a house-pour spirit!
If you love burgers, you’ll want to check out “Burger and Beer Monday”. It’s available from 7am (burgers and beers for breakfast? Why not?!) and runs until midnight. For $29, you get a choice of Marriott Burger, Buttermilk Fried Chicken Burger or Impossible Burger, and a pint of any beer on tap.
Seafood lovers are covered at Crossroads, too, particularly on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. On “Lobster Tuesday,” enjoy a glass of white wine and lobster thermidor (650-700 grams) or grilled lobster (650-700 grams) for $65, any time of the day. On Wednesdays, you can get a glass of house white wine with a dish of seafood misto for $58. The misto is made up of juicy prawns, calamari, garoupa, crayfish, mussels, broccolini, enoki mushroom, artichoke, spring onion and lemon with a choice of rouille, remoulade or Mary Rose sauce.
More for seafood lovers to enjoy…
Whether you’re an expat, local or tourist visiting Singapore, one thing’s for sure: trying a crab dish is a must. Until 29 February, Crossroads is offering some special crab creations. These include snow crab linguine ($34), jumbo lump crab cake ($20 as a starter, $38 as a main), and Singapore chilli mud crab (of course!) with mantou and steamed fragrant rice ($36).
So, gather your friends and walk into Crossroads! For more information, visit singaporemarriott.com/dining
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