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Celebrating 120 Years of Timeless Elegance

Built in 1900, Goodwood Park Hotel began life as the Teutonia Club – an exclusive enclave for the German expatriate community in Singapore. Fashioned after the castles of the Rhine and characterised by a looming tower block, its uniquely designed building reflect its German heritage.

Over the remarkable 12 decades, the Hotel has evolved to become the choice luxury hotel for notable dignitaries and celebrities, and a distinguished stalwart in the tourism industry today. Much of its original beauty has been faithfully restored, with its Grand Tower gazetted a national monument in 1989.

To commemorate its 120-year legacy, a specially curated line-up of festivities will be rolled out throughout the year to mark this momentous occasion, so do check back with us regularly for updates.

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1. The Deli

Durian Fiesta 2020

The famed Durian Fiesta marks its annual return with a new collection of seven divine creations and perennial favourites to entice all durian enthusiasts. Extended till 10 August by popular demand! Shaping an outstanding 37 years in the hotel’s passage of time since its inaugural launch in 1983, the new creations are inspired by the hotel’s illustrious past, a nod to current trends and anticipation for an exciting future.

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2. L'Espresso

A Classic English Afternoon Tea with Special Tea Blend

To honour the hotel’s 120th birthday, Goodwood Park Hotel is collaborating with TWG to create a new premium blended tea to complement the signature Afternoon Tea experience at L’Espresso from 19 June to 10 August 2020. The 120th Anniversary commemorative tea draws inspiration from the history of the hotel.

Earning its reputation as the “place for elegant teatime pursuits” since the 1970s for its splendid offering of English Afternoon Tea, a dazzling assortment of dainty sandwiches, savouries, pastries, desserts, and freshly baked traditional English scones. Its wide selection of special blended teas from TWG has also won the hearts of many afternoon tea enthusiasts throughout the decades.

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3. Min Jiang

The Best of Chef Chan’s Signatures

Renowned for its multi award-winning Sichuan and Cantonese cuisines, Min Jiang has garnered the loyal patronage of guests who have followed its journey since its beginnings in 1982. 

In line with the hotel’s celebration of its anniversary every 10 years, Min Jiang will bring back the top 10 dishes skilfully prepared by Master Chef Chan Hwan Kee in the past decade. Available from 6 July to 20 September 2020, ‘The Best of Chef Chan’s Signatures’ showcases 10 Cantonese and Sichuan specialities from Min Jiang that have been highly popular in the past decade, along with new creations poised to become dishes of choice when the restaurant reopens after refurbishment.

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4. The Deli

Mid-Autumn Festival

This Mid-Autumn Festival, Goodwood Park Hotel is unveiling a limited mooncake creation to commemorate its 120th anniversary.

A forerunner in developing interesting new flavours each year since 1982, Goodwood Park Hotel was also one of the first in Singapore to introduce durian snowskin mooncakes in the late 80s – now a popular mainstay in the annual Mid-Autumn repertoire. The hotel has garnered many ardent followers for its mooncake creations and they will continue to do so for this momentous occasion.

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5. Min Jiang at Dempsey

Renditions of Local Dialect Favourites.

Min Jiang at One-North relocated last year in the peak of Spring after having called Rochester Park home for 12 years where it was recognised for its refined cuisine and as the only Chinese restaurant in Singapore to occupy a ‘black and white’ bungalow. Housed in new and bigger premises within the similarly lush, heritage destination of Dempsey Hill, Min Jiang at Dempsey continues to uphold its acclaimed repertoire of Cantonese and Sichuan cuisines as well as exceptional service. 

As the Hotel looks back on its illustrious past, Master Chef Chee Kong also reflects on Singapore’s Chinese culinary heritage; how it has and continues to contribute to the nation’s vibrant food tapestry. Revisit 12 old favourites from the Cantonese, Hakka, Hokkien and Teochew dialect groups, that have been refined for today’s palate and presented with a contemporary touch while retaining familiar flavours.

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The management reserves the right to make any changes without prior notice.

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