If you're looking for a healthy meat-free Christmas feast, then the 2020 Christmas menu at Beast & Butterflies will surely delight!
It was a satisfying meal and am glad that my friends enjoyed it too. Thank you and compliments to the Chef and team Beast & Butterflies.
This is rather an interesting idea for those who wants to surprise their loved ones on special occasion.
Xin Cuisine at Holiday Inn Atrium Singapore ushers in a prosperous Year of the Ox with perennial favourites for takeaways and lavish set menus for up to 8 persons.
Pen Cai is a must-have dish for Chinese reunion dinner and Xin’s version comes with premium ingredients like Abalone, Fresh Scallop, Deep-fried Fish Maw, Sea Cucumber, Roast Meat and many more.
The service crews are friendly and approachable and they constantly checking on the customers.
The New York Steakhouse at Robertson Quay has a new Valentine’s Day Menu from 5 to 14 February 2021.
Apart from the steaks, Wolfgang Steakhouse does great pasta too.
Pecan pie was delicious.
With attractive early bird prices for the first 50 sign-ups, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel has a slew of packages to ensure a productive workday ahead in Food Capital and Tempo Bar.
If you prefer to have lighter bites, I'd recommend the pork satay and the deep fried wings.
Diners can enjoy the outdoor alfresco dining that has been refreshed with newly revamped dining & tipples menu.
The staycation workshops were pretty fun, and worth getting it together with the room. Plus, you get to enjoy the end product!
The pillows and bed were super comfy.
Sushiro has bak kut teh ramen on its list of specials now, and it was better than I thought it would be with its peppery and garlicky broth.
Granted, at that price, one doesn't exactly get high quality ingredients; the ankimo that came out was shredded up to the point where I thought it was corned beef.
Thankfully, the lines at Sushiro are much shorter than before.
Not a bad plate of chai tow kway. I liked that there were some crusty caramelized bits on some of the edges.
Overall, this is a very hearty meal and a great rendition of nasi lemak!
ayam penyet - Rice was plain, not chicken rice. Meat from the chicken was a little dry.
I find that this buffet offers good value
Overall, Festive International and Seafood BBQ Buffet provide a lot of choice for this festive dinner.
I like the laksa here, so introduced it to my friend.
It was a lovely dinner.
Overall, the dining experience was completely different from the past.
Prices are comparable to other hotel buffets, and is good value for money because of the quality, budget about SGD $68++ per person for lunch, or SGD $88++ per person for dinner here.
First things, first. The soup, and it was very good, in that it was the real deal.
Their sum lou hor fun has always been a favourite. I don't know if they're the better ones around these days but their rendition is still pretty tasty.
They lived up to our expectations in terms of the flavours of their food and it is not surprising to see a huge crowd patronising their restaurant during peak hours.
Overall, the NEW lunch set at Dashi Master Marusaya is superb and value for money. Definitely worth a visit. Cheers!!
The lunch set is quite affordable with the generous portion and variety served in a bento set.
If you can’t decide what to choose, you are not the only person. Perhaps the best way is to visit Dashi Master Marusaya on several occasions to try them all.
Dishes recommended were the Southern French-style flaky pizza pissaladiere of Provence, the Alsatian tarte flambee made a la minute, and locally-sourced prawns marinated with French-Spanish influence and garlic, and more!
We finished with a simple chocolate cake. Cake was dense, soft and not overly sweet. Loved it for the simplicity and cream.
The place feels warm and festive, hitting the smart/casual sweet spot. You'll spot families and friends tearing through plates against a backdrop of white washed walls and stunning Parisian tiled floors.
thoughtfully-crafted creations with quality and upcycled ingredients, alongside brunch classics to cater to diners' discerning palates.
One can be adventurous, but we as diners will ultimately want every possible canon of legitimate taste — which can be found in the featured dishes, All so good.
So yes, i'd come back to strangers' reunion for the savoury brunch options. there are a number of items i have my eye on, and i'll love to come back to get my hands on those.
Moussaka was also not bad, I thought I detected something like goat's cheese in it.
Delicious as the food is, the service, however, is not great right from the start.
Their paidakia was nicely grilled with respectable char marks to a medium doneness.
The high prices are a result of their labour-intensive process and commitment to quality ingredients, both of which are well worth shelling out for.
I need to be back soon for the sourdough, or any other toast.
Although their prices might be a tad steep, they’re definitely worth a visit for those who love sourdough and European bread!
It was a tad sweet, but her chili sauce was pretty powerful too, which made me happy.
The oyster omelette from Riverside Good Food at Zion Riverside Food Centre (70 Zion Road #01-21). It's a nice starchy, crispy, and savory grease bomb
Avoid peak dinner-hours if you are too hot to wait.
Pretty competent tiramisu that had the ladyfingers well soaked.
Overall, Publico Ristorante delivers a memorable experience, with the comfortable settings, chill friendly vibes befitting of its Robertson Quay location, and warm, well-trained staff who make excellent wine pairing recommendations.
What I really appreciate about Publico Ristorante is its spaciousness, which is much needed for good conversations but often lacking at many restaurants and bistros.