Ramadan Dining: Iftar Made Special At Window On The Park

Share a meaningful iftar with family over a sumptuous spread of authentic Malay dishes.
For millions of Muslims around the world, the sacred month of Ramadan is marked by the daily iftar meal with family at the end of a day of fasting from food and water. After the sun sets, Muslim homes, eateries and mosques come to life — fasts are broken with customary sweet sticky medjool dates and plates are piled high with delicacies and time-honoured dishes as family and friends gather to share a meal.

This year, halal-certified Window on the Park brings back its popular Ramadan buffet, a sumptuous spread of authentic traditional Malay dishes and international cuisine. Breakfast with the complimentary dates and free-flow iced bandung are part of the buffet spread, guests can then proceed to starters at the salad counter with its array of greens, gado-gado and ulam (raw or steamed vegetables) with three types of sambal.
Just some of the spread at the Window on the Park Ramadan Iftar buffet.
Just some of the spread at the Window on the Park Ramadan Iftar buffet.
The lavish all-you-can-eat buffet features a selection of fresh seafood like marron lobsters, cold prawns and baby scallops as well as a carving station dishing out roasted sirloin of beef, lamb leg with rosemary jus and beef striploin. The highlight of the spread, though, is the array of authentic Malay and Indonesian dishes like satay and ayam panggang Jakarta (Jakarta-style grilled chicken).

Tuck into home-style favourites of ayam masak merah (chicken simmered in a spicy tomato sauce), sambal stingray and udang pedas Nenas (a traditional Peranakan dish of curried prawns). Malay hawker favourites like seafood mee goreng and roti jala are also featured alongside live cooking stations preparing roti prata, roti john and nasi ambeng to order.
A chef preparing nasi ambeng at a live station.
A chef preparing nasi ambeng at a live station.

Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre is also home to the award-winning Indian restaurant Tandoor, which will lend some of its culinary shine to the Ramadan buffet at Window on the Park. Expect the likes of aloo gobi (spiced cauliflower), butter chicken and daal makhani (curried lentils), which are perennial favourites at the fine-dining Indian restaurant.

End the extravagant affair on a sweet note with unhurried conversations over dessert. Traditional desserts like bubur hitam, bubur terigu and Nyonya kueh are available, alongside signatures sweets like American cheesecake, pandan chiffon cake and chendol panna cotta.

The Ramadan Iftar Dinner Buffet is available daily for dinner (6.30 to 10pm) from 15 May to 14 June. Guests can enjoy a 1-for-1 offer at $96++ per adult. OCBC card holders will receive a complimentary soft drink per person.  Children aged 6-12 years old can enjoy the buffet at $25++ per person. 

Window on the Park
Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre, 11 Cavenagh Road, Level 2
For reservations, call +65 6733 8333 or email
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