This Valentine's Day, treat you and your loved one with an exclusive three-course sharing menu at Burger & Lobster, their Raffles Hotel Singapore restaurant.
After Happy Chef and Lala Bee Hoon , I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to categorically state that I am literally stuffed. But when the G...
Pretended to quench thirst with their expensive but delicious pineapple tea.
I'll highly recommend that you give this exclusive collaboration a go because the food is really pretty impressive.
My personal favourites are the Chicken Masala from Samy’s Curry and the Scallops Curry from Tiffin Room.
It is truly a pity, as the food definitely did look good and the ingredients were fresh.
The final item of the UOB birthday treat at Shinji Carlton Hotel was another memorable piece – the super sweet Japanese melon.
Shinji by Kanesaka Raffles Hotel is done up like a typical sushi restaurant in Japan. Simple light wood finish all round. We were seated at a long counter that accommodates about 16 customers.
19 reviews of Shinji By Kanesaka "I've only tried better sushi in San Diego's Nobu but hands down to this location. Recently moved to Singapore and I am always on a lookup for a new places and new go to restaurants and this will be one on my list…
On top of the Original Singapore Sling ($32), there are 3 other renditions of Slings available on the menu as well as a selection of craft cocktails.
Food at Long Bar is largely limited, due to the small menu. Mainly British English and local Singaporean cuisine feature here; these are usually simple but well executed, spot on in taste and texture. Consistent good quality. Portion sizes are snack size, suitable for individuals, but won't fill you up.
Let’s face it, Long Bar Steakhouse is not cheap but good steak houses are hard to come by in Singapore. This is one steak specialty restaurant I will save to come on special occasions, or a special theme by the restaurant like the Tomahawk Steak Special this time.
The Autumn Menu is available for lunch and dinner, through the Experience (S$248++ per guest) and Elegance (S$338++ per guest) set menus.
Taken mindfully with great companions, the courses at La Dame de Pic can take a very enjoyable three hours which will be a conversation piece for weeks to come.
The courses are consistently good for the Experience Menu I had, and this is one restaurant I recommend for celebratory occasions.
A nice lifestyle store for the Leica brand in Raffles Hotel, where you can learn more about the camera in a gallery like space.
Coupled with books, photo-journals and magazines by world renowned photographers on display, it’s a conducive place to truly appreciate the Leica experience.
The highlight for me is the Pan-fried Nian Gao, especially that layer of coated peanut and toasted grated coconut which brightens the enjoyment of the glutinous rice flour.
Set meals, a la carte, dimsum and now rice dumplings are available on Yàn's estore (https://www.yan.com.sg/estore). Free delivery above $80.
Yan Restaurant at National Gallery celebrates the joyful reunions with a bounteous spread of six set menus, ranging from $98++ to $198++ per person, with classic Cantonese fare curated by Head Chef Ng Sen Tio.
It was an excellent meal today either way, featuring not just high-quality seafood cooked delicately, but also attentive service and gorgeous porcelainware.
Available from S$118++ per person, this exclusive five-course menu with three glasses of Champagne, will be available on Saturdays and Sundays, from 12 p.m. to 2.30 p.m. until 15 November 2020.
Food wise, there is no dish which I did not enjoy, and I would gladly be back for more of the dim sum again.
The prices may be very steep and you might cry after seeing the bill, but I promise you, it is a treat you should give yourself at least once in your lifetime.
Do not leave Edge without trying their amazing Nama Chocolates!
Most of the dishes were executed well and there are plenty of classic dishes that impressed us.
We absolutely loved the Roast Angus Beef with Truffle Puree.
Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road has a successful revamp last year, with a strong focal point in the interior design of Ginger by award winning Singapore-based Australian designer Emma Maxwell, denominated by soothing pastel colours and floral wallpapers in a spacious setting.
While Ginger appeared to be an affordable buffet on paper, especially with the promise of free-flow seafood, the reality fell quite short.
Famous Treasure at Capitol Piazza is the atas version of outlet.
Spend a minimum of $108+ this June to get half portion of the Traditional Fish Head Curry free! Plus, free island wide delivery is also thrown in.
Good news is that one could buy a small Pencai and enjoy a complimentary small Yusheng, or get a big Pencai and enjoy a complimentary big Yusheng. Wow, that's a good deal!
I am very excited to share with you more about Peppermint and its all-you-can-eat a la carte Peranakan buffet.
I never walk into a buffet expecting to be blown away, but I would say that the food at Peppermint is worthy of return visits.
Overall, the spread of Sizzlin’ Special by AquaMarine is too irresistible for meat lovers.
Chef Bjorn and the Artichoke Singapore crew are serving up incredible Middle-Eastern fusion food and stunning cocktails - it is unique
Revisiting Artichoke after 9 years, i can see exactly why they have survived the cut-throat food scene- by constantly trying out new funky things and never taking things too seriously.
After nine years and it is still around, it speaks a lot of their food, isn't it?
The restaurant has elegant private dining rooms that are perfect for small meetings, parties, birthday celebrations or even just a change from home.
The Black Truffle & Porcini-Crusted Center-Cut Wagyu Filet ($118++) is impossibly tender and lean, dusted with porcini mushroom seasoning and black truffle zest, before being broiled and topped balsamic and roasted shallot butter for an explosion of flavours.
The steaks are expectedly great but I am particularly impressed with the seafood and vegetable dishes.
This well-loved local dish gets an upgrade with Jade’s special X.O. Chilli Sauce and the bold flavour of dried oysters in place of chye poh or preserved turnip.
Chinese Executive Chef Leong has created an ensemble of prosperous feasts from 06 January to 08 February 2020, paying tribute to the first animal of the Chinese zodiac.
Silver Needles Noodles or we called it ‘老鼠粉’or rat noodles is a speciality Chinese noodle made of rice flour.
best dish for me was the chilli crab…sauce & bun good..crab acceptable quality
overall still better than andaz which was bad… staff were stretched and harassed…so service polite but infrequent.
Their First Impressions — cute way of introducing the appetisers — was definitely good.
Lunch was rounded off pleasantly with the dainty Petite Fours, served with spritz of edible scent, exclusively curated for Mandarin Oriental Singapore.
All options include a dainty selection of Petit Fours served with a spritz of edible scent exclusive to Mandarin Oriental, Singapore.
Like a gigantic monster ravaging through Singapore’s city hall, the interesting decoration of eight crustacean legs popping out from the wal...
If you are looking for a place for gathering and to enjoy fresh seafood with Asian Twist, HolyCrab is definitely up your alley.
Their wok-hei dishes worth to give it a try.
Almost every element of the dishes is made from scratch and using wild fermentation techniques that span from days to months.
Another dessert that you should really try was their Tiramisu ($9). The alcohol taste in this tiramisu wasn't strong and they added those little chocolate crunch balls for extra texture.
love the all new al fresco area towards the back of the restaurant, so cosy and away from the hustle and bustle of the café.
Pencai is only available for the Harmoney menu at $160 per guest with a minimum of 6 diners.
Hits and misses but the ambiance is quite unrivaled - feels like I am dining in a courtyard!