An attractive signboard is important as it creates an important first impression; I was drawn to the vibrant one at Kueh Ho Jiak (粿好吃) that ...
Mee siam is a local dish that I really enjoy but seldom have as I would often fall ill after eating it in the past. This resulted in a light...
It started with those rice cakes in those bowls, but was served with a brown sauce and garlic puree on top.
My sister mentioned that there was a famous dim sum stall at Chinatown Complex Hawker Centre that served only six types of dim sum! I wanted...
The problem when you have favorite hawker stalls is that you resist trying new stalls. But it was Saturday when I dropped by Chinatown Compl...
From popiah and claypot rice to MICHELIN-starred soya sauce chicken, these are the MICHELIN inspectors’ favourite stalls at Chinatown Complex.
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There’s actually a secret at Hong Lim Food Centre known only to regulars and I wasn’t aware about it until my elder sister, who worked next ...
I had been delaying the publication of this post as Hong Lim Food Centre was closed for two weeks due to its identification as a cluster for...
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My only gripe however was that the dough base was a little sinewy, a sign that the defrosting was not done properly.
Overall, we were slightly apprehensive about eating at Chinatown Restaurant which was relatively quiet as compared with the overflowing situation in some of the other restaurants in Chinatown Point at lunch time.
Food at Beast & Butterflies is modern fusion, influenced by worldwide flavours, including American, British, French, Italian, Chinese, Indian, Thai, and Japanese.
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.
Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant ushers in a roaring opulent Year of the Tiger with perennial favorites for this takeaways and lavish set menus from 2 persons and above.
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.
Porta's all-day dining menu sees new creations as well, starting with Parma Ham ($16).
this is definitely one of my favourite Yu Sheng till date.
Overall, food quality was not too bad. Apart from that, I find that their service was kind of lacking given a weekday evening.
All festive buffet options include unlimited chilled juices, soft drinks, coffee and tea. Dinners include an additional complimentary glass of festive welcome drink.
The service at Lime Restaurant was delightful.
Considering the spread of food, bottomless coffee and tea, and the classy ambience, the price is immensely worth paying for.
The dim sum is an additional service that we can enjoy with our favourite English classics during our yum cha-cum-tea sessions.
Overall dining experience at the English House by Marco Pierre White was very enjoyable and delightful; definitely looking forward to being back for more English goodness.
It's quite a good spot for a cosy brunch or a group dinner.
Like Shabu Shabu, beat the egg and dip your meat and vegetables into the beaten egg mixture for a complete sukiyaki experience.
Tamoya Udon is known for its silky udon handmade fresh daily with ingredients imported from Japan.
Tonjiru Onsen Udon (house-made Red Miso soup) is slightly sweet but yet it was so yummy.
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.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Singapore Review : $198 Weekend Roast for Two with pictures of wine list, lunch menu and restaurant interior ..
Food at Grissini, Food Capital, Tempo is International cuisine, and includes American, British, Italian, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, with a range of rotisserie / grilled meats, fresh seafood, salads, main courses, stir-frys, desserts, cold cuts, and more.
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.
I'm really enjoying that restaurants in Singapore are always refreshing their menus with seasonal items because it means foodies like us will always have something new to look forward to every few months.
For the months of July and August 2019, dine at the restaurant and enjoy the following promotions: 10% off any unagi items Unagi Day: 27 July 2019 20% off any unagi items
One of Tokyo's famous Unagi restaurant, Miyagawa Honten with 20 outlets in Japan opens its first Singapore outlet at Roberson Quay.
Liao Fan Hawker Chan Few will ever figure out the calculus behind marrying stupendous with cheap, nevertheless Liao Fan Hawker Chan ...
Overall much better, which is the reason for the Michelien star and the 30 minute meandering queue.
If you’ve been missing Hong Kong, Tsui Wah at Clarke Quay has a great deal for you.
we can all become a tourist along Clarke Quay area and enjoy Hong Kong “Cha Chaan Teng” style afternoon tea at Tsui Wah.
Totally love the King Prawn in XO Sauce with Tossed Noodles which featured thin noodles that's cooked to a springy texture, and has none of that dreaded alkaline taste.
The staycation workshops were pretty fun, and worth getting it together with the room. Plus, you get to enjoy the end product!
The duck did not have any crispy skin either. Apparently the third generation from Toh Kee, which closed on 1 Feb 2020 and is now revived by the grandson and ex head chef.
Meat was reasonably tender with full flavoured skin and some bits of fat.
This was nice. This was what we had been looking for with the brown sugar syrup with those ethereal bean curd.
I feel that the key to being a successful hawker is not only to have tasty dishes but also to have the ability to be consistent, giving people a reason to keep coming back.
This really begs the question as to why there are not more curry mee stalls around, seeing that their business is so good!
It’s always interesting to find out for yourself if the highly-lauded food stalls with perpetually long queues are really worth the wait. Inspired by the local television show, Where The Queue Starts, I decided to put myself in one of those notoriously long queues at Hong Lim Market And Food Centre,…