Hurray its December! The merriest month of the year has finally arrived! Christmas feasting at Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel starts today, offering food-lovers glorious festive buffets that will leave you feeling stuffed like a turkey.
Known for its unique Asian-inspired creations, Ding Dong, injects a whole lot of fun into its menu line-up. Truly reflecting its playful nature, Ding Dong has introduced a new concept to its menu – a concept where diners can expect a
rolling variety of creative and unique offerings from the mod-Asian food haunt.
Rolling Good Fun
Ding Dong will roll out new set lunch menus every eight weeks. To introduce another layer of excitement, popular crowd favourites from the set lunch menus will make it into the restaurant’s a la carte spread in the next cycle – and the cycle continues.
In keeping with tradition of serving up traditional and familiar Asian dishes in a fun and unexpected way, the restaurant’s new Assistant Head Chef, Miller Mai, introduces his own magical touch to lunch offerings at Ding Dong.
Hitting Home With Bolder Flavours
To get things started, Ding Dong gets progressive with staple favourites from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, and the rest of Asia. The first round of new lunch offerings include a tender Adobo duck rilette served with atchara and pandesal bun – a modern take on a flavour reminiscent to all Filipinos; the flavourful Soto ayam served with begedil and crispy winglets; and a full-bodied Wagyu beef striploin served with buah keluak
sambal and seasonal mushrooms. The result is a selection of dishes that tug at heartstrings all while taking diners on a culinary journey back home.
Staying true to Ding Dong’s wild and playful nature, the new rolling menu concept aims to take diners across the region through its dishes, by rediscovering the classic flavours of yesteryears.
Set Lunch Promotion
Valid: Monday to Saturday, from 12.00pm – 3.00pm
For those within the Central Business District area, dig into Ding Dong’s 2-course set lunch menu at just S$28++ per person. For those with a sweet tooth, complete your lunch affair by adding on S$10++ for a satiable dessert. Indulge in a mid-day treat by topping up an additional S$10++ for a glass of wine or beer.
Mandarin Oriental’s up-and-coming Specialty Pastry Chef Desmond Lee Yam Hock did Singapore proud in September by clinching an award in the Global Pastry Chef Challenge, held in Greece. During the competition, he crafted a huge showpiece, 2 cakes and 6 plated desserts within 8 hours!
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Congratulations to Rachel Nailz, a nail salon located just 2 minutes walk from Commonwealth MRT which has recently expanded its premises. *Giveaway details at the end of the post*
We’re quickly approaching the end of the year, and it can only mean one thing – the much anticipated festivities are about the kick off in full blast!
From today onwards, Christmas feasting commences at One Farrer Hotel & Spa’s Escape Restaurant & Lounge. In the spirit of Christmas, Escape offers 16 vintage wines by the glass, in additional to their well-stocked wine and spirits cellar, to accompany delectable local and international cuisine whipped up in the interactive kitchens.
Everyone’s beloved cake specialist PrimaDéli unveils the most divine desserts just in time for the holiday season. Treat your loved ones to a delicious taste of Christmas with traditional classics updated to suit all palettes. Tapping on generations of baking experience, and using the
finest ingredients, PrimaDéli’s new lineup of show-stoppers are all you need for a sweet celebration.