The Three Peacocks (‘TTP’) are known to be a place to go for a great outdoor BBQ experience. They offer an extensive range of meat and seafood for BBQ and they are packed every day.
The Three Peacocks buffet review
The Three Peacocks at Labrador Park offers just that, and a ton of good food at the same time! You can expect to be greeted by Thai night market vibes as you step into the brightly lit open space with fairy lights hanging all over.
For a refined take on Thai cuisine, Tamarind Hill is quite the spot to head to. That said, we still find the price point relatively high, despite its fresh ingredients and delectable dishes.
I loved the sticky and chewy morsels of dumplings, but I’m not so sure about the fish roe.
On top of Thai food, they also have a selection of cocktails and drinks for diners to pick from. I had a go at this thai inspired cocktail, refreshing and my caveat it I do have a weakness for lychee and lemongrass.
a meal at Uncle Ho Tuck Shop just might make us think again. Cheekily named after Vietnamese revolutionary Ho Chi Minh, this casual self-service eatery was recommended by my Makan Kaki
Honestly, this bun cha didn’t sweep me off my feet.
I thus wished that their kitchen had handled things a bit differently. But I was still happy to have come here, and suspect that I will be coming back here again, especially since I didn't get a chance to try their phở this time.
Peony Jade Keppel Club, one of the most popular Chinese restaurants in Singapore, reopens in Tanjong Pagar as Peony Jade Amara.
The Peony Jade’s Ala Carte Cantonese Dinner Buffet offers endless of variety for whatever you crave.
The Peony Jade’s Ala Carte Cantonese Dinner Buffet offers endless of variety for whatever you crave. It is indeed the best choice in town for family gatherings or a celebration for special occasions.
Here's the bossam lunch set from Ju Shin Jung. Even though it was only a half portion, it was rather filling; I had trouble finishing it all and I had been on an empty stomach since last night. These guys have some pretty decent lunch deals, especially since they are very generous with their banchan too.
A food blog from a Singapore-based traveler
Jiakpalang Eating House is an up-and-coming casual restaurant along Alexandra Road that offers local Zi Char dishes with a twist.
Overall, I think that Jiakpalang is promising, but it needs some fine tuning here and there, especially in terms of its identity and the naming of some of the dishes.
What else can I say apart from visit and be wowed? Chef tasting menus are available by the counter and I am dying for a return!
It’s a perfect place to catch up with old pals and relax after a long day.
Blue Lotus Mediterranean Kitchen + Bar is the latest brainchild of Chef Helios Goncalves from Boca (we could've guessed from his signatures that seem all too familiar!). Unlike the other Blue Lotus outlets, this focuses more on Mediterranean cuisine.
Blue Lotus Mediterranean Kitchen + Bar was exceeded above my expectation. NAHMJ highly recommend to all.
Jin Ho Mia @ Alexandra Retail Centre is good for someone who look for simple and healthier meal or just catch up with your friends for a pint of beer there.
Jin Ho Mia—which means ‘a really good life’ in Hokkien—is the newest addition to the Alexandra Retail Centre that serves up rice and salad bowls for lunch and hot pots for dinner.
As a whole, I found the food at Jin Ho Mia mediocre and unworthy of the price.
I've finally figured out the right things to order at Qin Ji: the liangpi, along with this.
And yes, I got a bowl of liangpi to go with it. They included some crunchy soybeans in there for some added texture, and it was rather garlic-heavy too. I'd be interested in coming back to try their other soups and roujiamo fillings.
I'd be interested in coming back to try their other soups and roujiamo fillings.
But if you happen to be there and wish for some healthy food fix, this is a good option.
Chiak is another venture of healthful gourmet bistro Cedele. A local form of the word "eat", Chiak serves up salad or grain bowls with a local twist.