Found inside Jalan Sultan’s centrally located Hotel Boss, Pappasan 17 is a haven of international cuisine for travellers, locals and expats in Singapore. With obvious passion and experience in both Asian and European culinary traditions, Pappasan 17 provides a great spot for a drink and dishes up a dazzling array of international meat, seafood and vegetarian dishes not far from Lavender MRT station, from handmade arugula, mushroom, eggplant and zucchini pizza to Thai-inspired chicken burritos.
Pappasan 17 @ Hotel Boss somehow manages to be both homely and exotic for Singapore locals and passing travellers alike. Situated in the renowned Hotel Boss on Jalan Sultan near Lavender MRT station, Pappasan 17 is a perfect example of Singapore’s unique blend of European and Asian culture. Their modern decor is elegant, evoking the vibe of a busy European bistro, while its large open-plan layout and polished wooden tables nod to the heritage of sociable Singapore hawker centres where communality is key. Its bar is stocked with exquisite imports and mixes reflecting this international collaboration, but it is the food that really makes Pappasan 17 stand out from the crowd of hotel eateries in Singapore.
Focussing on dedication to fresh, locally-sourced ingredients as well as adherence to ancient culinary traditions, Pappasan 17 @ Hotel Boss boasts an international menu that very few can match around Lavender. European specialties abound, like a succulent tenderloin steak, grilled to perfection and served with black pepper mushroom sauce and a vibrant vegetable ratatouille, and Pappasan 17’s knack for delicious Asian fusion meals is on show in dishes like the tom yam soup of prawns, squid, mussels and scallops flavoured in the style of an Italian pasta aglio olio. Already a treat for guests at this hotel on Jalan Sultan, Pappasan 17 is worth a special trip for any food-lover in Singapore.