Award-winning Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant has made a name for itself locally, and is renowned for serving only the best in quality. Now, a new concept is slated to take Singapore by storm. Full of Luck Club 福乐, a brainchild of the same team behind Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant, offers the same uncompromised product quality – a hallmark of the established “Li Bai” brand – but with a progressive and contemporary take on authentic Cantonese cuisine.
Opened by Michelin starred chef Carles Gaig, La Ventana is located in Singapore’s dining enclave, the tranquil Dempsey Hill. The restaurant offers traditional Catalan recipes that will evoke a sense of nostalgia to Catalans. Diners who are unfamiliar with the cuisine will be able to experience authentic Catalan fare at La Ventana.
“Flavours of India” has returned to Mandarin Oriental’s Melt Café! Melt’s buffet has always had a great reputation for splendid Indian dishes, and till 31st May 2016, there are more varieties included in the spread. Presented by Indian Specialty Chef Santosh Kumar, the vibrant and tantalizing Indian themed buffet will be available for both lunch and dinner (excluding Sunday brunch).
The massive Mutton Biryani is a feast for the eyes, and the taste buds too. Much effort has been put into this dish-a whole lamb is marinated for 10 hours, then roasted for another 10 hours. It’s meat is fork-tender and lip-smackingly yummy. Each mouthful of the accompanying spiced basmati rice was a blend of flavors and textures, as the dried fruits also added a dimension of chewiness. If this doesn’t interest you, I don’t know what would!
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Located at along North Bridge Road, Meomi Cat Cafe is a place where one can relax while spending time with pretty cats. The feline here are friendly, and do not shy away from us, which made the experience even more enjoyable.
The shop front which offers cute cat stuff toys and stationary.
One can’t help but feel cheery upon stepping into InterContinental’s Man Fu Yuan. Unlike most Chinese restaurants decked in dark woods, reds and golds, Man Fu Yuan has romantic yet nostalgic interiors of Peranakan louvered windows shutters, butterfly chandeliers, oriental lattices in light woods and velvet lavender seats. One of the more chic Chinese restaurants, I must say.
Since 1943, Thye Moh Chan has served a loyal following with its handcrafted traditional Teochew baked goods. Over the years, Thye Moh Chan continues to touch customers’ hearts with its skillfully handcrafted products made using traditional baking techniques.
From 1st-9 June 2016, Thye Moh Chan will be offering its Double Delight Dumpling in celebration of the Dragon Boat Festival. A Teochew rendition of the traditional festive specialty, Thye Moh Chan’s dumpling is unique as it combines handmade sweet green bean paste with minced pork (stir-fried with spices) wrapped within quality glutinous rice, offering a well-balanced sweet and savoury flavour.