Glad to be back at Jeanne’s comfy nail salon, GeNails, to adorn my digits. This time she decorated my nails a new technique she recently learnt from top Nail Instructor, Ms Yoko Matsuda, who flew all the way from Japan to impart her skills.
A couple of night after our virgin experience at Steer, we went back again to try their dinner menu. Yes, that’s how good we felt the restaurant is. Click here to read about Steer’s early dinner special.
We arrived at about 8pm and its was almost full house. Fortunately, there was a table available after a 20 minute wait.
Hubby splurged on a 300g Scotch Fillet (AUD 115) produced by Sher Wagyu. The steak arrived just the way he ordered-medium rare, and exuded a lovely char-grilled smokiness. Texture was superb as well- juicy, tender and easily cut with a dinner knife. I’m not one to crave for red meats, but had trouble stopping myself from repeatedly reaching out to his plate.
I simply can’t get enough of fried chicken! I’ve had Chir Chir before in Seoul and it was such a memorable experience. Imagine my joy when it arrived in Singapore. Chir Chir is pronounced as “chi-ruh chi-ruh”, the bubbling sound oil makes when the chicken goes into the deep fryer.
Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory is one of the largest chicken and beer chain in South Korea, with more than 100 outlets in Korea, Taiwan and China. There are 2 in Singapore- a flagship outlet in 313@Somerset and another in Bedok Point. Only fresh, not frozen, chickens are used and sauces are imported from Korea to ensure consistency.
Miam Miam, which means “yum yum” in French, marries the ingredients of Japanese cuisine together with French artisanal cooking techniques. Offerings are made from scratch, using only the freshest and most sustainably sourced ingredients. Food and desserts are prepared upon order, hence do set aside a sufficient time to thoroughly enjoy a meal at Miam Miam, as many items require 15-20 minutes wait.
The ambiance is casual yet trendy. The back (not pictured) of Bugis Junction outlet looks prettier, decorated with pastel coloured chairs that add a whimsical touch. Service is lovely -staff merrily chirp “Bonjour” and “Merci” when diners arrive and leave.
Too busy to visit a nail salon? Prefer a gentle method of gel nail removal? Dislike chipping and drying time of regular nail polishes?
Sweden’s No 1 best-selling cosmetic brand, Depend, has arrived on our sunny island with its home gel nails system, Depend GelLack. Well, gelish home manicure systems are not ground-breaking, but what makes GelLack special is its fuss-free method of removal.
I’ve heard many positive reviews on Wah Lok’s dim sum and finally had the time to check it out. This is my first time at Carlton Hotel and I was impressed by the spacious lobby, featuring an eye-catching chandelier made out of blown glass.