Dinner at the Shangri-La The Fort High Street Lounge

April 19, 2024

Sharing my experience at the Shangri-La The Fort High Street Lounge where we had dinner a few months ago.

The lobby lounges of hotels have always been a wonderful venue for laidback get-togethers but with a touch of luxury, of course. It’s expensive, I know, but I always find the experience of being in lobby lounges to be wonderful. Anyway, a few months ago, my sister-in-law treated Mommy Khris and me to dinner at the High Street Lounge of Shangri-La at The Fort. It was our first time eating there so we were excited.

Dinner at the Shangri-La The Fort High Street Lounge

Dinner at the Shangri-La The Fort High Street Lounge


    Our first impressions


    Shangri-La The Fort’s High Street Lounge is impressive, with its high ceiling and large windows. The couches are big and comfortable and the whole area is expansive. You can talk and not be conscious that the people at the other table might hear you.

    Curry Laksa at Shangri-La The Fort High Street Lounge
    Curry Laksa

    The lights were soft, which again added to the superb experience. There was also light lounge music playing which was certainly relaxing.

    What we ordered at Shangri-La The Fort High Street Lounge


    High Street Lounge’s menu is composed of starters, light meals, desserts, coffee and tea, non-alcoholic refreshments, and alcoholic drinks.

    Cajun Fries at Shangri-La The Fort High Street Lounge
    Cajun Fries

    We ordered Cajun Fries, Curry Laksa, Char Kway Teow, and Gamberi E Olio. There was complimentary bread (unlimited) as well as cake since my birthday was upcoming.

    Char Kway Teow at Shangri-La The Fort High Street Lounge
    Char Kway Teow

    The food was delicious. I loved how flavorful the Cajun fries were. I ordered the Curry Laksa and it was rich and bursting with different flavor combinations. 

    I also had a few forkfuls of the Char Kway Teow and the Gamberi E Olio and I would say that they were also delicious; the ingredients used were of high quality. 

    Gamberi E Olio at Shangri-La The Fort High Street Lounge
    Gamberi E Olio

    Now, it might seem that our orders were just a handful, but they were quite filling. In fact, we were not able to finish the Char Kway Teow and the Gamberi E Olio, so we just brought the leftovers home.

    Other important information to keep in mind


    If you would like to dine at Shangri-La The Fort High Street Lounge, here are some of the things to remember:

    • The restaurant is located at the lobby level of Shangri-La The Fort
    • The dress code is smart casual.
    • Smoking is not allowed inside the restaurant.
    • Reservation is not required. If you have questions though, you may call (63 2) 8820 0888.
    • The restaurant follows these operating hours: Sunday to Thursday (9am to 12mn) and Friday and Saturday (9am to 1am).
    • Both cash and credit cards are accepted payment modes.

    Complimentary birthday cake at Shangri-La The Fort High Street Lounge
    Complimentary birthday cake

    All in all, we had a wonderful time at Shangri-La The Fort High Street Lounge. I hope we can return soon for more memorable celebrations.

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    1. Napaka memorable talaga Ang mag punta rito at matikman Ang masasarap bilang mga food

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