$15 for $30 Worth of Western Cuisine at Sweet Dynasty Cafeteria. $30 for $60 Option Available.
- Variety of popular Western mains like Lamp Chop, Baked Cheese Chicken Chop, Baked Spring Chicken and Pork Chop
- One-stop eatery serving Western and local cuisines, desserts and drinks
- Reasonable prices
- Great for a hearty meal with family and friends
- Located near Outram Park MRT
- $30 Worth of Western Cuisine
(min. 2 pax to dine)
- $60 Worth of Western Cuisine
(min. 4 pax to dine)
Valid from 27 May to 10 August 2012. Unlimited Groupons per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 Groupon per bill. Valid for dine-in only. Not valid for Spaghetti, Udon, Sandwiches, Burgers and Local Cuisine. Not valid for weekday lunch, or with other discounts and promotions. Closed on Sun.
Reservation required, call 6223 0955.
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- For $15, you get $30 Worth of Western Cuisine.
- For $30, you get $60 Worth of Western Cuisine.
Originating from Kulai, Johor in Malaysia, Sweet Dynasty, has evolved from focusing on traditional desserts to offering a wide variety of popular fusion meals. Must-tries include their succulent Sweet Dynasty Sirloin Steak ($22.90), Deep Fried Fish Fillet ($10.90) and Baked Cheese Chicken Chop ($12.90).
Fangs sink into chef recommended main courses of luscious Lamb Chop ($18.90) served with peppermint sauce, crispy deep fried Pork Cutlet ($13.90) or Chicken Cordon Bleu ($12.90) stuffed with warm cheese. Intersperse meaty morsels by munching French fries and spinning stories while rich soups of the day and nutritious salad tap dance on table tops.
Besides slurping sumptuous gravies made daily by experienced chefs using traditional recipes, parched throats can delight in the eatery's list of popular local desserts such as a refreshing Honeydew or Mango Sago Milk ($3), Gingko Nut with Beancurd Skin ($3), Sweet Potato with Barley ($3) and many more.
Sweet Dynasty Cafeteria has been featured publications like U-Weekly and The New Paper.
Although the name of this place tells you that they serve dessert, they also whip up items like grilled salmon fillet, lamb chop and chicken chop. These Western-style dishes are prepared on hot plates, grilles and charcoal stone. Of course, you must end your meal with their traditional local and Cantonese desserts."
Monday to Friday
Lunch: 12pm - 3pm
Dinner: 5pm - 10:30pm
12pm - 10.30pm
Closed on Sundays