The Sleeping Rhino, in the Klapsons hotel on Hoe Chiang Road is a boutique dining room, serving bistro-style meals in chic surrounds. Adding to Tanjong Pagar’s arsenal of superior restaurants, The Sleeping Rhino’s offering of excellent internationally-inspired food looks to be a sure-fire winner in a city with so many places purporting to be the next big thing. Here guests can find relaxed dining, great food and excellent service hidden inside one of Singapore’s finest examples of boutique accommodation.
Suitable for business meetup/ talks over lunch. Not too noisy or crowded. Attentive service staff. No longer in operation, replaced by new cafe "Hareloom" at the same venue.
Ambience is pleasant, Staffs are friendly and food is also very nice so what's more to ask for? A place Recommended for lunch or dinner.
Hotel restaurants don’t necessarily enjoy a reputation as the stars of a city’s culinary scenes, but in The Sleeping Rhino, inside the achingly cool Klapsons hotel on Hoe Chiang Road, we’re pleased to say we’ve found an exception. Serving determinedly international food, and sparing nothing when it comes to service, hotel guests and Singapore's locals and tourists are as welcome as each other. Guests at this Tanjong Pagar restaurant are confronted with a startling menu of considered international classics, served with a classic Sleeping Rhino twist, of course.
While it is the food at The Sleeping Rhino that preoccupies us, we’d be remiss not to make mention of the art which is attracting almost as much attention over on Hoe Chiang Road’s Klapsons hotel. The walls at Tanjong Pagar’s The White Rhino are covered in works of art by renowned artist William Sawaya, an Italian native, who is setting the tone for fine dining in a relaxed ambience at Singapore’s Sleeping Rhino – here you’ll find fine internationally-led food, a laidback atmosphere and warm service.