My stay at Days Hotel in Singapore included a daily breakfast buffet at their restaurant called 21 on Rajah located just off the lobby.
The restaurant was big enough that it never felt full even with a large number of hotel guests dining there daily.
I liked this life sized sculpture that greeted me every morning.
The breakfast buffet had your usual spread of salad, fruits, yogurt, cold cuts, cereal and fruit juices all of which I ignored.
The regular breakfast food offering consisted of hash browns, scrambled eggs, chicken sausage, beans and bacon.
To cater to the Asian clientele there was a hot noodle soup cooking station as well as congee with all the fixings.
Local and vegetarian dishes were represented too.
I had a typical boring breakfast. Unfortunately only the scrambled eggs. chicken sausage and danish were edible. The bacon had a funky smell and the waffle was rock hard and dry. I had eggs and sausage for 2 days until I opted to skip breakfast and have a snack at the Congress instead.
The coffee at breakfast was horrible sludge and I was so thankful that there was a coffee shop just outside the lobby of the hotel. Dr. Cafe is a chain from Saudi Arabia.
Strangely the girl at the counter forbade me to take pictures so these are all I was able to take.
They were giving away free packs of used coffee ground for use as garden compost.
For four days I was the first customer at Dr. Cafe and my order was always the same, “1 brewed Ethiopian Sidamo coffee please.” It was a good way to start the day with strong and aromatic coffee just steps away. I wouldn’t be surprised if we see Dr. Cafe opening a branch in Manila.
21 On Rajah
Days Inn Singapore at Zhongshan Park
1 Jalan Rajah Road Singapore 329133
telephone: (65) 6808 6868
1 Jalan Rajah, #01-01, Zhong Shan Park, Singapore 329133