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.
They don’t take reservations so customers in the know will arrive by 11.45 am to chope a place when they open at 12noon!
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.
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Food at Five Guys is American cuisine, focused specifically on burgers, hotdogs, and milkshakes. The menu is small and focused, instead, the emphasis is on maintaining a consistently high quality.
It seems like there are many burger joints in Singapore nowadays; aside from the famous Shake Shack , another international burger brand th...
This noodle chain apparently commands long lines back in Malaysia, mainly for a broth that is made from forty different kinds of local fish bones (313 Orchard Road #B3-37, 6363-5323). So I was disappointed when I took a sip of it to find that it wasn't anywhere as savory as I would've thought, and in fact was slightly sweet.
Food at GO Noodle House is Malaysian Chinese cuisine, focused on soup noodles with their signature broth. The menu is extensive, with a good range. Quality of dishes is consistent, tasty and delicious.
Good texture going on with the toppings but the noodles on their own weren't impressive at all.
Best Chinese Restaurant Birthday Celebration at Hua Ting restaurant Orchard Hotel Singapore with premium seafood and meat dishes ...
Hua Ting Restaurant is said to be a top Cantonese restaurant in Singapore, winning many accolades over the years, including recognition as ...
This famous Chinese restaurant at the Singapore Orchard Hotel is a stalwart on the dining scene. They have arrangements for delivery or food pickup from the hotel driveway which is always our preference whenever it is available.
SUN with MOON, the popular Japanese dining concept, is proud to announce the launch of its Early Summer Menu. Beat the heat with an array of delectable dishes from satisfying savories to sweet tooth-curing treats that celebrate the flavors of the season.
Feast on the season’s bounty at SUN with MOON Japanese Dining & Café as they welcome the Spring season with a tantalizing new Spring Delicacy menu. Tuck into the plethora of seasonal ingredients, which includes fresh sea bream, firefly squid, rapeseed vegetables, and spring bamboo shoots amongst others. Available for a limited time until end-April 2023.
This August, embark on an escapade with SUN with MOON to Kyushu and Okinawa through the regional showcase of Kyushu’s flavourful local specialties and Okinawa’s delectable produce from Japan!
The International buffet spread at Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel’s Crossroads is back! One of the more convenient hotels to get to as it’s smack above the Orchard Road MRT Station…
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.
The Dragon Chamber provides guerrilla-style Chinese cuisine. They want to stretch the diners comfort zone serving unconventional Chinese food
Overall, I find the food and dining experience at TDC memorable. I am unable to appreciate the Szechuan influence in some dishes, however, the rest of the dishes are great.
According to Wikipedia, a speakeasy is an illicit establishment that sells alcoholic beverages, or a retro style bar that replicates aspects of historical speakeasies. In layman term…
Somewhat hidden in the newer wing of Plaza Singapura , Nanjing Impressions is a restaurant with an eye-catching facade guaranteed to make yo...
Overall, Nanjing Impressions deliver a traditional Nanjing dining experience.
I have enjoyed learning more about Nanjing cuisine.
My first encounter with Kai Duck restaurant was during the pandemic when I realized the huge lunch crowd waiting for entry either for East Ocean Restaurant or Kai Duck.
Nice and exquisite food. The Peking duck was superb – fatty, crispy, fragrant and juicy.
Was quite taken in by their braised pork knuckle in fermented bean curd sauce.
Tempura Takeaway from Tenya Singapore Ion Orchard kerbside pickup with picture of menu, premium tendon, mushroom vegetable tendon
the quality still wasn't anything like a proper tempura bar, but I'm happy to come back here if there is no wait.
My daughter loved the food here, and wants to come back soon.
There are 8-course Prosperity menu at S$138.00++ per person for a minimum of two persons, to the nine-course Majestic menu at S$298.00++ per person for a minimum of six persons.
Instead of the usual noodles, chef uses transparent noodle made from starch and water to pair with the lobster. Savoury bowl not to be missed!
Shisen Hanten by Chen Kentaro is a beautiful Chinese restaurant located on the 35th floor of the Mandarin Orchard Hotel. This space was formerly occupied by the Pine Court Chinese restaurant.
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 literally only have one fear in life; snakes. Even then, it has been downgraded from a phobia and I could now see them in books, watch the...
we shared a parfait…this not comparable with sun with moon, can do without. but unagi I will come again.
excellent whole unagi kebayaki set 4pax family dinner.
The prawn ramen soup had a good savoury prawn flavour, although it tasted burnt and chao ta. Everything else was good – the noodles had bite, the prawns were fresh and springy (although I couldn’t taste any sweetness due to the chao ta), and the egg was molten. Not bad – brought me back to the Keisuke prawn ramen.
The Menbaka tonkotsu ramen was a good bowl of ramen. The noodles and soup were nice but not exceptional.
This tasted more like roasted onions, whereas Gogyo was more like yakiniku. And if I had to choose between the two, I'd choose Gogyo. But I'll eat this again if I don't have to wait in line.
Overall, I enjoyed my meal here at Kyoaji Dining very much once again - ambience was still subtly elegant and cosy as I remembered, and service crew so hospitable and friendly.
Loved the prior dining experience from 3 years back at Kyoaji Dining, and this visit lived up to our expectations. From the zen minimalist ambience, the attentive and efficient service, and fresh delicious Japanese food which is well-executed and reasonably priced, Kyoaji Dining continues to quietly impress across all categories.
Kyoaji Dining is almost an institution these days, with regulars visiting frequently for their exquisitely crafted and still delicious Japanese dishes, which are now more affordably priced.
We had a good experience with affordable sake during our recent lunch at Nobu. Good sake at a Japanese restaurant in Singapore need not be expensive. This prompted us to try the optional House Pour Sake at $30++. This was the disappointment of the day.
New kamameshi restaurant recommended by 8 Days. Quite a normal although tasty rice, with quite a normal (tasty) unagi. The sashimi appetisers were really fresh though. Not cheap though at $60+ all in.
To my surprise, the packaging was rather elegant, with a disposable plastic kama pot tied with a ribbon and paper cover. But of course, a plastic pot doesn't exactly give you scorched rice. At least that corn bowl above was pleasantly buttery.
The famous Shiok Maki and Pitan Tofu were great, and the Bacon Enoki called out to me but was less remarkable.
My last visit to Koh Grill & Sushi Bar was almost five years ago and I remember I waited quite a while in the queue before my family finally...
Koh Grill & Sushi Bar needs no introduction especially for Japanese food fans in Singapore.