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Clove

Clove

Clove


Ratings:
75%   (4 votes)
3 / 4

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A multi-sensory dining journey around the world awaits to indulge your palates. Introducing a refreshed and enticing menu inspired with elements from Swissotel’s global destinations and one that focuses on fresh daily produce; look forward to an amazing experience enlivened by several live stations of seasonal specials – a vibrant and imaginative Poke and Mezze bar; creation of your own Vitality bowls from fresh garden greens; the popular seafood on ice; authentic cuisines of captivating flavours from the Asian region; rotisserie choices and more.

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Address:
2 Stamford Road, Level 2 Swissotel The Stamford

Cuisine:
European, Swiss, Western


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