The Halia

Set amidst the Ginger Garden of Singapore's famed, beautiful Botanic Gardens, it is appropriate that the multi-faceted dining sensation that is The Halia should take its name from the Malay word for ginger.

Located in what is perhaps the most enviable spot in a country full of enviable spots, The Halia Restaurant and its adjunct Villa Halia have been created with the greatest reverence for the impressive, lush tropical nature which defines the ginger garden. Diners can enjoy a feeling of being situated in a secret space surrounded by tall palm trees, rich greenery and the special beauty of over 200 species of ginger plants.

All of this can be enjoyed through the full-sized glass windows that divide the sultry gardens from the cool, air-conditioned interior of the restaurant dining room. Those who prefer to soak in the sun's warmth, only have a few feet to go before they are on the sheltered, elevated wooden deck. The deck is the perfect place for an al fresco brunch on weekends, lunch, or even just a nourishing draught of beer. At night, the Halia transforms into a low-lit space of tropical romance; the only glow coming from the discreet lamps, candles and the silvery tint of moonlight.

On Sundays and public holidays, an a la carte brunch menu entices many to the fresh, cool gardens. A range of traditional breakfast and gourmet offerings fill out the menu, as well as a few tasty favorites from the lunch menu. Whether you're in the mood for muesli with fresh fruits and wild mountain honey or a truffle-scented egg white scramble with sturgeon caviar, there are few restaurants in Asia which offer such an alluring brunch venue like The Halia


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