Renku Adds To Marina Bay Sand’s Collection of Fine Drinking and Dining Establishments

Marina Bay Sands has recently added Renku, its premium hotel and bar lounge to the integrated resort’s portfolio of food and beverage offerings. Featuring a unique high tea experience, Renku offers exquisite delicacies and Asian-inspired creations along with a personal tableside service that allows guests to create artisanal tea blends to their liking.

Included in the high tea is a medley of savoury bites and sweet treats from the three-course afternoon tea menu. A gueridon trolley makes its rounds from table to table, offering guests a selection of bites. Guests can choose from premium sandwiches such as the Prawn Avocado with Tobiko Aioli and Tomato & Burrata with Macadamia Pesto, followed by a second course of warm Traditional Scones. End the high tea experience on a sweet note with delicate masterpieces and luscious cakes, which include the Dark Chocolate Majestic Cake and Yuzu Cream Cheese Mille Feuille.

At night, Renku transforms into an intimate lounge and bar offering a wide range of signature cocktails, locally crafted draft beers, and innovative concoctions. Stop by Tuesday evenings from 6p to 9pm to enjoy 50% off ‘Design your own Martini’ where guests can create the martini of their choice with five different gin and vodka bases, topped with their favourite garnish.

Also available all-day is Renku’s a la carte menu, which offers guests an array of Asian-inspired dishes specially prepared by Chef William Tan, executive chef of the newly-revamped RISE restaurant. Guests can indulge in new creations such as the Boston Lobster Hash and the Alaskan King Crab Dashi Jelly.

Renku’s a la carte and bar menu is available all-day, while its Afternoon High Tea is available daily­ at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Afternoon High Tea is priced at S$48++ on weekdays and S$53++ on weekends. For reservations, please email [email protected]or call +65 6688 5535.

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