Overall, for good quality meat and pretty prompt service, the buffet is quite worth the money. It will even be more value for the money for those eating the wagyu beef.
This is a budget oyster bar that recently opened up some food court stalls, like this one at VivoCity (1 Harbourfront Walk #03-01).
With four outlets, and more on the way, Feng Xiang is clearly winning the hearts of many with its hearty and delicious offerings. If you like what you see in our post, head on over to one of Feng Xiang’s outlets with your loved ones and have a feast! We are confident that you won’t be disappointed!
Seafood Paradise has to be one of my favorite Chinese seafood restaurant in the whole of Singapore. With hearty portions that is value for the quality, Seafood Paradise seeks to marry both traditional and modern Chinese techniques found in many types of Chinese cuisine, such as Cantonese, Teochew, and Hokkien.
It’s Seafood Paradise’s 1st Anniversary at Vivocity. So it means time to celebrate! With a 50% discount off its signature dishes! Memorise these dates below because 50% off is a really …
Not bad. Quite crispy and fresh, but the sauce was unmemorable and there was nothing to make me want to come back again.
Price may be steeper than the usual chain restaurant, however, if you do not mind going for a better quality of food as well as a better environment, you can splurge a little here.
Fresh from a renovation complete with a Sakura-themed new look, Gram Café & Pancakes at VivoCity Mall is now ready to take a break and have a Kit Kat with a new limited-edition Gram x KITKAT® menu!
I seriously think Aburi-EN should consider adding cute cow lanterns to its decor as I honestly thought, initially, its signature meat was p...
The food at Seafood Paradise is enjoyable and I can see myself coming here for family gatherings.