Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant ushers in a roaring opulent Year of the Tiger with perennial favorites for this takeaways and lavish set menus from 2 persons and above.
Xin Cuisine at Holiday Inn Atrium Singapore ushers in a prosperous Year of the Ox with perennial favourites for takeaways and lavish set menus for up to 8 persons.
Pen Cai is a must-have dish for Chinese reunion dinner and Xin’s version comes with premium ingredients like Abalone, Fresh Scallop, Deep-fried Fish Maw, Sea Cucumber, Roast Meat and many more.
Voyage Patisserie is a cosy space that can fit around 30 to 40 people.
The patisserie was not as refine as I expected. I am comparing them to the authentic French Patisserie standard.
Personally, I felt Voyage Patisserie fare better in the Mains (based on the item I tried).
There are over 40 items on the menu including fresh seafood, appetizers ,sashimi, local delights, Malay classics, and many more.
Atrium Restaurant serves all my favourite local food.
Atrium Restaurant’s Durian Penget is something everyone can look forward to. What’s not to love about a creamy, luscious mash of sweet durian pudding? The answer has to be “nothing”.
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Overall I would give Angie’s Oyster Bar & Grill the following rating: Food: 4.5/5 Space & Ambience: 4/5 Service: 4/5
Angie's Oyster Bar & Grill which used to be located at Raffles Place moved to its new home at Tan Boon Liat Building.
Overall, Kampong Chicken Rice tastes not bad but I still prefer the Kampong chicken Rice from its competitor for their sauces tasted better.
That obviously had happened and we're kind glad we did because this was not bad.
Kampong Chicken Eating House is worth a stop in the chicken rice trail. Kampong chicken rice is supposed to be a healthier low fat and low cholesterol option. If that is true, Kampong Chicken Eating House is another place where we can enjoy a local delicacy without feeling too guilty.
Couldn't resist getting their delicious sambal petai since we didn't get them the last time.
If I had to describe their har cheong gai, I'd say it wasn't too bad as a whole.
Couldn't resist getting black pepper mutton considering that it was a rarity in cze char to have lamb/mutton these days.
We ended the meal on a sweet note, with Crema Catalana and Chocolate Lava Cake, both of which were rich without being too sickeningly sweet.
The service was friendly and efficient. The space was cosy and polished enough for a business lunch or a dinner date.
I enjoyed the intricate flavours and French technique presented in every dish.
Although I’m not a huge fan of interpretive contemporary cuisines, much preferring the straight-forward grilled steak and such, The Rabbit Stash promises a magical gastronomical journey through Wonderland that guests looking beyond just food will appreciate.
From the food (including the al dente Chinese style noodles and the awesome cheese focaccia bread) to the decor and the wines, EVERYTHING is done by Chef Matthew himself. He carves even the wooden trunk for the appetizer. The top-notch service and ambience here also deserved to be mention.
Unique Pot is a nice place for lunch or dinner.
1 review of Unique Pot "Here is near by my office, so 2 to 3 times/week I eat here for lunch. Bak Kut Teh is not so much spicy but just nice for me. The rice for Hainan chicken rice is good flavor, very nice."
She also recommended a pork stomach soup, which was surprisingly peppery (think: bak kut teh without the garlic)
It could have been a case of brand being sold off, hence the mixture of dishes on the menu which is a huge pity because I am sure back in its heydays, Kew Gardens must have been quite something to the Hakka community.
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Food at Beast & Butterflies is modern fusion, influenced by worldwide flavours, including American, British, French, Italian, Chinese, Indian, Thai, and Japanese.
If you're looking for a healthy meat-free Christmas feast, then the 2020 Christmas menu at Beast & Butterflies will surely delight!
It was a satisfying meal and am glad that my friends enjoyed it too. Thank you and compliments to the Chef and team Beast & Butterflies.
The New York Steakhouse at Robertson Quay has a new Valentine’s Day Menu from 5 to 14 February 2021.
Apart from the steaks, Wolfgang Steakhouse does great pasta too.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Singapore Review : $198 Weekend Roast for Two with pictures of wine list, lunch menu and restaurant interior ..
All in all, I like the novelty of this joint, as it’s really quite different from the neighbors, and the menu concept paired with mixologist concoctions, makes this a nice place for revisits at different times of the day.
Kafe Utu managed to live up to my low expectations, seeing how this is the first African cafe I've seen in my whole life here and they managed to hit home with the ambiance, dish curation and service.
I foresee this space to survive Singapore’s competitive culinary scene in years to come, as it provides both great food and good vibes.
Liao Fan Hawker Chan Few will ever figure out the calculus behind marrying stupendous with cheap, nevertheless Liao Fan Hawker Chan ...
Overall much better, which is the reason for the Michelien star and the 30 minute meandering queue.
The Place Getting a table at Burnt Ends is no easy feat. I managed to check out the new Burnt Ends space in Dempsey (they have relocated from their previous Teck Lim Road outlet), all thanks to a f…
Overall it was a well curated and paced gastronomic experience that I’d love to return for if I get rich someday (also, as some items are seasonal and there would be new things to try)!
There's magic in cooking with wood indeed. I will be back, Burnt Ends!