I have been to at least 4 other outlets of Peach Garden Chinese Restaurant for their dim sum buffet and a la carte Chinese dishes buffet. A notable household name in Singapore, many Chinese families will choose Peach Garden as their venue for weddings or birthday celebrations. Serving authentic Cantonese cuisine, Peach Garden has strong accolades from publications like Singapore Tatler and Wine and Dine
A must-have delicacy for the Chinese New Year, the Black & White Sesame Nian Gao is soft and chewy with a very subtle hint of black sesame.
All Peach Garden restaurants are open throughout Lunar New Year, including first and second day of Lunar New Year.
Our highlight of the night is this Braised Boston Lobster with Pearl Rice and Crispy Rice Toppings. I literally went ‘Wow” after my first mouth.
At Top of UOB Plaza, Si Chuan Dou Hua is running the “Deep Duck Secrets” Dining Promotion where diners get to enjoy free flow Roasted Peking Duck (北京片皮鸭). A big big yes to those amber crispy duck’s skin!
At Top of the UOB, “DEEP DUCK SECRETS” dining promotion is priced at S$58.00++ per person with a minimum for 2 pax. The free flow main course comprises 7 dishes, counting in an appetizer, soup, side dish, a rice or noodle course and a dessert.
Visit Market Street Hawker Centre at the new CapitaSpring building in the CBD! Enjoy delicious hawker eats from 56 different stalls.
Market Street Hawker Centre formerly known as Golden Shoe Hawker Centre has finally shifted to its previous location after 5 years of construction of its new...
A hidden place among the OCBC Centre for Authentic Fujian /Hokkien dishes that you will not get to see from the usual restaurants.
Food at Beng Thin Hoon Kee Restaurant is focused on Chinese Hokkien cuisine, with traditional Fujian dishes that you won't find elsewhere. With recipes spanning over 70 years, they're known for the consistent quality of execution and familiar comforting taste. Dishes are rustic and hearty, with portions sized for communal group dining. Prices are mid-range, but lower than most other Chinese restaurants, budget about SGD $31 per person for a meal here.
The Crabmeat Scrambled Eggs with Lettuce was a good dish that encourages us to have more greens.
The hamburg was really nice, slightly fatty and unctuous, with the rich and creamy flavour that comes with wagyu beef. The patty had slight char on the outside, and was moist with a nice uneven texture inside. The pao fan was a nice foil to the rich hamburg, providing hearty soupy carbs with good beef, onion and mushroom flavours in the gravy.
A cheap A5 wagyu place from Hong Kong has been getting some attention lately, and I finally made my way there today (1 Raffles Place #01-01, 6223-0775). It's been getting so much hype that it was a bit of a buzzkill to see what finally came out: a sad-looking patty sitting by itself in a gigantic box. That salad and rice didn't look very encouraging either.
The cheese and beef toastie sandwiches were better than I thought they would be too.
If you’re ever planning on indulging on something as rich and luxurious as a Wagyu bowl, we urge you not to waste your calories (and money), head on down to Waa Cow! for one heck of a memorable meal.
This actually looks bigger than it is but enough to tempt me for a return that I have yet to make!
If you’re craving for some quality nosh after work, this cosy eatery might just be the place you’re looking for.
Looked pretty. I thought that it was a little too salty from the first mouthful of soba but the saltiness subsided very soon after that.
Scallops which were still partially rare were nice with their own scallop-y sweetness but you'd have to eat them fast or they'll continue to cook in the hot broth.
Healthy Soba IKI has a Christmas special. Burrata cheese topping on their soba. Nice.
Finished up with their chilli hot chocolate. I've been trapped in the repetition of getting this (and maybe a couple of times of their masala chai latte) because I don't know what else is better or worth drinking here.
Our only food and drinks that day were some pastries and coffee.
I might've just made this my favorite hangout in Raffles Place, save for the fact that the music is too loud for conversations or discussions (yes, I repeat).
Great Service and Amazing Dishes. We especially enjoyed the Flavourful Chargrilled Spanish Octopus, Slow cooked Iberico Pork Presa and Mey Selection Grass-Fed Black Angus Tenderloin. Their cocktails are too good to miss!
Artemis is a contemporary Mediterranean-inspired rooftop restaurant in Singapore’s CBD, using fresh, organic and sustainable produce synonymous with the flavours of coastal Spain, Southern France, Italy and Greece. Artemis’s signature wood-fired meat and seafood dishes are enjoyed 40 floors above group atop the CapitaGreen building on the corner of Cecil and Cross Streets overlooking the Marina Bay cityspace.
Together with the delicious cuisine that are carefully thought out on flavors and presentation, this place is one of the best dining spots I've ever visited in my life and I will definitely be back here for special occasions.
48 reviews of 1-Altitude Gallery & Bar "Wonderful views of Singapore. My boss said it was cool to expense our lounge and bar visits even though I came here solely for the view. I got all dressed up and met up w/ my colleagues. There is a cover…
The greatest unique point for me at 1-Altitude is the lofty, vibrant view and a total experience package from dining at Stellar restaurant, to going up to the club lounge at Altimate or rooftop bar at 1-Altitude to cap the night; there’s no need to head anywhere else for an amazing night.
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I decided to give Gochi-So Shokudo's katsu a try instead of the grilled kurobuta dons. Not so good.
Their smoky thin sliced Ibérico pork belly was also good. More of the pork belly were hidden under the curry.
Let us introduce you to Gochi-So Shokudo, an under-the-radar eatery located at the corner of the basement of One Raffles Place that brings to you top-quality Iberico Pork all the way from Spain at affordable prices.
I finally got around to trying the other two bowls at Chalong, like that sous-vide roast beef above. It tasted like it looked: very tender, moist, and refreshing.
That pork jowl above was impressively tender and moist, making this a delight to eat. The portions were small (especially when one chooses a salad base rather than rice), but that's probably a good thing as long as I have the will power to keep myself from ordering a second bowl.
Try one of their latest additions to the Charcoal Grill Menu, the Sea Bass Bowl ($17).
We love the Kraftwich Sandwich With Dip; innovating and somewhat nostalgic as we love dipping our baguette in curry.
Chocolate lovers will like the sinful Cookies Delight Affogato featuring Belgian chocolate gelato with a rich chocolate sauce and you can pour in some warm frothed milk to make a perfect dessert.
Kraftwich at Raffles Place serves quick, healthy and nutritious meals - gourmet sandwiches and salads - at very reasonable prices.
I never had much interest in going to this small chain. But this gut cleansing isn't over yet, so I figured that it'd be pretty easy to find something here that was suitable.
Eating well is made easier with restaurants like Haakon Superfoods & Juice.
The fishballs ain't handmade either so just a bowl of mee kia that comes with a history. Word has it that the old couple may not renew their stall lease when the new Golden Shoe Market is up.
I like how everything is spelt out in black and white. Makes it easier for customers to know about their operating hours and prices.