The Terrace Conrad Centennial Singapore Special

The Terrace is one of the latest addition to Conrad Centennial’s award winning epicurean food and beverage offerings. Led by the hotel’s outstanding culinary team, The Terrace is a treasure trove that embodies modernity, charm and sophistication. It offers artisan sandwiches, sweet treats, homemade bread and pastries. All these are made from the finest produce, at competitive prices. The Terrace is indeed a perfect place for dating, group gatherings and business meetings in Singapore.

All prices listed here are inclusive of 10% service charge and prevailing 7% GST. These means that the prices you see are NETT prices, that saves a lot of trouble from calculating the actual price!


Braised Beef with Onion Confit - SGD8.00
Don't underestimate this squarish confit with a rounded top, it actually has the power to fill your mouth with delicious goodness! As you can infer from the white cloth that is under it, this Onion Confit is not at all oily.

Grill Vegetables & Goat Cheese Coriander - SGD4.50
I was passing by some bread shop the other day and they sold the croissant, without any fillings, for SGD4.00. The crust may appear flaky at first, but the goat cheese and grill vegetables made the dish come together nicely.

 Parma Ham, Mozzarella & Basil Leaves - SGD4.50 (left)
Soya Beef, Paprika & Greens - SGD4.50 (right)
While the Parma Ham was nothing too special, the soya beef was totally delicious! The meat melted in my mouth and there were no traces of blood, yet it retained its soft chewy texture without having much fats on it. The mozzarella made the croissant extra chewy, I would recommend you to try this!

Tandoori Prawn Salad - SGD4.50
I was caught off-guard by this juicy bright orange tandoori prawn. In my opinion, The Terrace was really generous with the size of the food. The prawns were neither hot nor cold because we were taking pictures of all the dishes and it must have cooled down. 


Smoked salmon & cucumber Bagel — SGD7.00
The smoked salmon was a little too salty for my liking, but the bagel had an airy, fluffy texture to it. For all my life, I have been eating hard-rock bagels that made my teeth sharper than a sword. The Terrace's bagel was really fresh because they make their bread from scratch everyday. Wow, that sounds a lot of work but the taste is worth it.


T-Wrap — SGD7.50
The T-wrap is made up of succulent Chicken shavings wrapped with garlic sauce, vegetables and your choice of wasabi or BBQ sauce. The wrap is only served during weekday lunches, and I thought that the ingredients might be a tad too little. The wrap wasn't juicy and I could hardly hold it well because it was too thin for me to hold. I got the BBQ sauce wrap and somehow wish that there was an added punch to it. 


Calzone with Chicken & Mushrooms - SGD7.50

Macaroons — SGD3.00 (large), $2.50 (medium) and $1.80 (small)
The cappuccino (left) and the lemon (right) macaroons were both good, almost comparable to the taste of Ladurée macaroons but imperfect in its shape. It melted quite quickly though.

Glazed Macadamia Chocolate Fondant — SGD7.00
This is a slice of cake that CANNOT be shared. It is difficult to cut through with a knife because of the layers of glazed macadamia chocolate. It was a cake made in paradise, I think it would make the perfect sweet treat for anyone.

Chocolate Royal Hazelnut Crunch — SGD61.00 (large), $31.00 (small), $11.00 (mini)
Now, this is Conrad Centennial The Terrace prized possession. According to them, this is their famed signature cake. Sure enough, I love the hazelnut that was on the base of the cake, adding a crunchy texture to the moist cake. It was less sweeter than the Coco Exotic, another Hazelnut cake, I usually buy from Four Leaves though.


This was served at the end of the Nuffnang Lovin' session. It was a really great and refreshing way to end the session with the citrus flavour.


Phoenix Organic Soda — Cola / Cola Light / Ginger Beer —SGD5.50
I would highly recommend everyone to try the organic soda. Try and tell the difference — I did it!

Cappuccino — SGD6.50
The beans are specially sourced IN Singapore. That's right — we have our very own coffee beans, and I was quite surprised to hear that. The froth was really pure and smooth, but the barista could do better with some froth artwork, don't you think?

The Gula Frappe — SGD7.50 (left)
Caramel Macadamia Blast — SGD7.50 (right)
I would SURELY come back for their Terrace Signature Frappes. It was so full of flavour and extremely smooth. There were no signs of shaved, broken ice but a thick, milky texture. It was neither too sweet nor too bland — the perfect drink for all occasions. 

This artisanal café really sets Conrad Centennial apart from any other hotel in the area. Their unique concept offers simple, well-prepared, yet distinctive cuisine, raising the level of service standards.

The Terrace is open from 7am to 8pm on weekdays and 9am to 8pm on the weekends daily and seats up to 40 guests.

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The Terrace

Conrad Centennial Singapore
2 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038982
Phone: +65 6334 8888
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