Impress your loved ones with an exceptional dining experience at Lawry’s The Prime Rib, as they have created a magnificent 7-course menu to celebrate the most romantic day of the year.
For this festive season, Lawry's The Prime Ribs at Mandarin Gallery has put together a collection of set course menus for the festive celebrations.
This post was done in partnership with Lawry’s The Prime Rib, Singapore.
I wished they offered the option of only sanma sans the tonkatsu for their teishoku.
All the moisture from the oroshi had clumped the kombu together making it a little messy to eat. Didn't taste bad with the dashi/yuzu-y dip they provided though.
Tonkatsu by Ma Maison currently has an autumn special - Kurobuta Mushroom Katsu which features their kurobuta rosu katsu with mushrooms on daikon oroshi that has been infused with truffle oil and shiro dashi.
Beni Singapore is a fine-dining restaurant offering Japanese reinterpretation of authentic French cuisine with Chef’s Table Experience
we're always happy to bust our carb limit whenever we dine at Beni.
Beni definitely lives up to it’s One Michelin Star accolade. Every course of the menu is consistently good, down to their homemade breads.
Good places are worth visiting, and re-visiting repeatedly, and Wild Honey Singapore is one such restaurant for me.
The restaurant serves all-day breakfasts, inspired by different parts of the world.
I like Wild Honey. A lot. For brunch nuts like me, it’s a good haunt to visit. It’s comfy, cosy and the food is top notch.
Food at Ippudo is focused on Japanese cuisine, specifically ramen noodles and izakaya bar snacks. Their award-winning tonkotsu pork bone broth is the star, achieving the perfect balance of texture and taste that appeals to the masses.
Enjoy the Ohanami Sakura Cocktail ($7 per glass), pretty-in-pink sweet plum wine with a cherry blossom color and aroma that looks as good as it tastes.
Overall, I enjoyed the rich curry tonkotsu ramen. Should have taken a picture of my empty bowl as proof haha.
Da Dong Prawn Noodles, Jin Ji Teochew Braised Duck & Kway Chap, and Keng Eng Kee (KEK) Seafood all put out a unique dish that combines both their own recipes with IPPUDO’s. This novel collaboration is a giant step toward celebrating not just this generation of hawkers, but the generations before.
If you are feeling adventurous, try IPPUDO’s latest Dried Scallop Hae Bee Hiam Ramen ($25)
We know, right? You’re missing out if you haven’t tried Ippudo’s ramen. Especially since they are at such affordable prices!
With the rebranding, Ayumu has brought its focus back to traditional Edo style sushi.
Sushi Ayumu is a fine Japanese dining journey. It is by no means cheap, but it gets you the Japanese experience without flying to Japan.
Sushi Ayumu receives their hon-maguro and uni from the same venerated supplier as Michelin-starred sushi-yas Sushi Saito and Sushi Sawada.
I had this seafood hor fun during an invited tasting but this is now at the top of the mind if I am hungry at Orchard Road.
Good food at reasonable prices and served by earnest, enthusiastic staff.
With other Chinese restaurants just in the vicinity, and dishing out more satisfying dishes, doubtful should this restaurant be amongst our to-go.
I paid $212 for the meal. Thoroughly enjoyed the meal.
13 reviews of Hashida Sushi "My dreamland, anything is wonderful besides the price is a little bit uncool"
I strongly recommend you to take a reservation before you dine at Hashida Sushi. The place can get crowded during lunch times.
Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant has refreshed it’s a la carte menu and launched the seasonal Sri Lankan Crab menu recently.
This is only a little teaser of what to expect, and there’s definitely more to come so be sure to make your reservations at Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant to get a taste of some of the best Cantonese cuisine in Singapore!
Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant at Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel celebrates Dragon Boat Festival with handcrafted rice dumplings.
I am always in a fix on where to curb my hunger at The Centrepoint ; there were just too many choices at Gastro+ and my simple mind obviou...
Misato certainly served delicious Japanese food and they paid special attention to the cutlery and utensils too. However, it is a little slow. We would still recommend. Therefore, dine when you have the time to spend.
Well, at Misato Centrepoint we saw beauty, ate and left with a full stomach and contented heart.
Personally, I prefer Pink as it is in hues of beautiful pink. Concocted with vodka, lemon juice, rose liquor and rose syrup, it is easy to drink and slightly more lemony.
The huge piece of T-Bone ($168) features a luscious and tender 400-day grain-fed Australian wagyu, served with choice of bearnaise, black pepper jus or red wine jus.
Crossroads also offer 6 beers on tap and they also feature local craft brew-Tropical Pale Ale by Archipelago Brewery.
An exquisite afternoon tea experience where the Japanese element in strong, and what’s more, you have the best scones as well in my opinion.
Specially handpicked for this season are floral and herbaceous teas sakura flower, osmanthus sencha and shiso mint, and roasted green teas Hojicha and Genmaicha all of which beautifully complements and makes for a delightful afternoon tea experience.
Back to Garden @One-Ninety at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore for the ethereal Floral Weekend Afternoon Tea by Nicolai Bergmann, celebrity florist and Floral Art Director at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore.