Yan welcomes autumn in nourishing Cantonese feast this season with five-course Wellness Menu.
Usher the lunar new year with Yàn 宴中餐馆 ‘s Cantonese delights from 1 January to 15 February 2022. Yàn ushers in the Year of the Tiger with a bounteous spread of festive delights for dine-in and takeaway.
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.
Aura is on the fifth floor of the National Gallery Singapore (which, by the way, has free entry for Singaporeans and Singapore PRs). Reservations Recommended; Non-Halal.
The happy meal was over far too soon, but we did enjoy the dinner here very much.
Service was, as expected, well above average, attentive without being intrusive, and sufficiently knowledgeable to recommend winning options.
I guess dessert is not Gallery and Co's forte and we will continue to visit for as long as those ribs and tacos are on the menu.
Bonus came in the form of a relatively empty cafe over a weekend too - looks like we are back in the good old days of leisurely lunches at the Museum.
Waiting times have gotten longer and portions smaller but the food is still good. I just wonder how long more my interest can be sustained if I would need to queue forever and wait for a table next time.
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It was an excellent meal today either way, featuring not just high-quality seafood cooked delicately, but also attentive service and elaborate porcelainware.
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.
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.
Overall, it was indeed a satisfying meal from Famous Treasure.
Oscar’s is one of our buffet choices that has aplenty dishes to cater to everyone as compared to other buffet restaurants.
Food at Oscar's spans international cuisine, including American, British, French, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Turkish, and Singaporean.
The highlight of the festive theme buffet is the juicy, tender Roasted Turkey with Brandy infused Turkey Gravy along with the sides like roasted brussel sprouts.
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.
All festive buffet options include unlimited chilled juices, soft drinks, coffee and tea. Dinners include an additional complimentary glass of festive welcome drink.
The service at Lime Restaurant was delightful.
Considering the spread of food, bottomless coffee and tea, and the classy ambience, the price is immensely worth paying for.
Melt Café, an all-day dining buffet restaurant at Mandarin Oriental Singapore is offering Indian Cuisine Dinner Menu from 8 April to 24 April 2022.
Our Melt Cafe buffet experience was a great one. We liked the new buffet concept (and we were given to understand that the restaurant might be making some changes to the buffet concept to make it even better).
A feast with wines and alcohols, perhaps a must would be this Roasted Australian Grass-Fed Rib Eye ($265), served with assorted roasted potatoes, sauteed vegetables, accompanied by red wine sauce.
Like Shabu Shabu, beat the egg and dip your meat and vegetables into the beaten egg mixture for a complete sukiyaki experience.
Tamoya Udon is known for its silky udon handmade fresh daily with ingredients imported from Japan.
Tonjiru Onsen Udon (house-made Red Miso soup) is slightly sweet but yet it was so yummy.
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.
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This has been a stellar experience: food, service and ambience.
Service at Akira Back befits a fine dining establishment. Staff are polite and friendly, quickly welcoming guests and showing them to seats.
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The dinner was quite satisfying. We were also quite appreciative of the generous portion sizes. Food was also good: Good enough that we would consider at least two return visits
We loved the cheese puffs, flaky and savoury and delicious on its own, but that herbed butter was pretty yummy too.
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.
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All options include a dainty selection of Petit Fours served with a spritz of edible scent exclusive to Mandarin Oriental, Singapore.