Many restaurants have come and gone over the years, but mezza9 at Grand Hyatt Singapore is one that has stood the test of time in Singapore’s fickle dining scene. Being one of the first hotel restaurants to feature multiple show kitchens under one roof, mezza9 has always been our go-to when we want honest, quality food in a cosy ambience.
Come this Christmas, be enticed by a stellar array of Christmas-themed delights such as Confit Duck Leg, French Onion Soup and the fork-tender Braised Ox Cheek created by Executive Sous Chef Martin Satow.
And nothing is exorbitantly priced. This is one spread that promises luxury and festive spirit without breaking the bank! For all the years that we have feasted at mezza9 at Grand Hyatt Singapore, we have never once been disappointed.
Indulge in this limited-time-only Christmas Festive menu from 01 December 2017 until 25 December 2017.
Is it your turn to host lunar dinner this Chinese New year or are you thinking of bringing an auspicious gift along when you go for your house visits? While we prep for all the upcoming parties, the common “problem” is—what should we cook/ buy?
Well, not everyone is made for the kitchen and we know how much hassle it is to whip up an entire dinner or even just a dish for pot-luck. This is when takeaways save us.
Enjoy a fuss-free lunar celebration with Chinese New Year takeaways from Grand Hyatt Singapore’s shop at mezza9 from now until 11 Feb 2017. Toss to a greater year with yu sheng takeaways (S$51.35 nett) and munch on a wide array of homemade cookies, tarts and other festive delights. These lunar goodies are so beautifully packaged, they would surely be befitting for all your house parties. READ ON
Grand Hyatt Singapore’s award-winning mezza9 is the mother of all international buffets. It is our all-time favourite dining spot in town, and the chefs never ever disappoint.
For New Year’s Eve, mezza9 is launching a carefully curated lavish buffet spread featuring Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Western cuisines. You can also look forward to a sustainable crustacean bar, artisan charcuterie, a premium selection of cheeses, decadent desserts and more.
Other than mezza9, you can also dine in style at other restaurants in the hotel such as StraitsKitchen, Pete’s Place, 10 SCOTTS and Oasis Restaurant.
There is indeed no other better place than Grand Hyatt Singapore to celebrate Christmas and New Year’s Eve in style!
The highlight of this year-end extravaganza is the Belle Époque countdown party. Held at Grand Hyatt Singapore’s grand lobby, you can indulge in free-flow non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages including Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque vintage champagne.
When we think about Grand Hyatt Singapore, our mind goes straight to one of the best Sunday brunches in Singapore at mezza9, as well as their comforting lunch fare.
Well you see, mezza9 has always been at the top of our minds when we just cannot think of where to dine at. The restaurant is one that offers a homely experience – warm staff who will remember you, and chefs who puts healthy food on your table.
This Chinese New Year, the team at mezza9 has made it again with a Chinese New Year menu that would delight diners of all ages. Are you also a fan of the sweet treats and bakes? All your gift-shopping can be done at The Shop with the series of hampers, chocolates and gift sets.
Here are more reasons to love mezza9 at Grand Hyatt Singapore, and why you can count on them for Chinese New Year 2016.
If we need any more reasons to indulge in a buffet, it would be the countdown to the New Year.
How about 5 different fantastic buffet spreads at Grand Hyatt Singapore? As part of the festivities of New Year’s Eve, Grand Hyatt Singapore’s ‘Project 2.106′ is a future-inspired countdown party at the Grand Ballroom.
Access to this party comes free with every booking to any one of these 5 special buffet spreads. And at the party, think futuristic entertainment with a dramatic laser show production, free-flow beverages, pumping live music and also free access to the signature grand dessert buffet. Yes, amazing deal we have here.
Prices start from S$238++ for the whole deal, and if you are a Club at the Hyatt member, you enjoy a 15% off any of the buffet spreads!
Sundays are a great time to gather with your friends and family; Sundays are fun days to tuck in to mezza9 at Grand Hyatt Singapore’s immensely popular Champagne Brunch that features a galore of international cuisines. With Perrier Jouët Champagne, no less.
You have no idea how our eyes are always drawn to the fresh seafood section of Maine lobsters, French oysters and king prawns every single time we step in to mezza9 on Sundays. Beyond that, what never cease to amaze us are the eight other stations, each presenting a cuisine of the world. From European fare to Chinese roast meats to Japanese delights, there is certainly something for everybody here.
It is little wonder mezza9 is one of the best places in town for Champagne Brunches. Here are 10 Reasons to Love mezza9 at Grand Hyatt’s Sunday Champagne Brunch – a meal fit for the royalty.
Start your weekends early on Thursdays with Grand Hyatt Singapore’s extended buffet spread now available from Thursday to Saturday at Oasis, the hotel’s al-fresco poolside dining restaurant. Premium cuts of meat are grilled over charcoal upon order, together with an array of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
How to ever get sick of Grand Hyatt Singapore when the many restaurants are ever competent and always delighting our taste buds with new creations?
It is no secret by now that mezza9 is among our all-time favourite restaurants list, and we can go there for lunch and dinners and still be wowed by the chefs for their outstanding culinary skills and understanding of food.
And then there is StraitsKitchen too, an evident crowd favourite with its impressive buffet line-up, featuring the heritage of Singapore and all our representative dishes. It is a halal outlet too, and one that our Muslim friends can head to for a trusty feast.
So what is Chinese New Year without a get-together at Grand Hyatt Singapore? Whether you are looking for a buffet, or a multi-course Chinese meal, you can find your answer(s) here. Something to take home too, perhaps? We will share with you our picks from their festive takeaways!