There’s no lack of brunch venues in Singapore dishing out oh-so-typical breakfast fare. It kinda gets dull after a while, dont ya think? Fret not! Ô Comptoir (previously known as Le Comptoir) has recently unveiled their newly revamped brunch menu to excite your taste buds. Available on weekends and public holidays from 11am to 5pm, foodies can look forward to a taste of France at the charming creperie and bar.
Tucked in a corner of Marina Square Shopping Centre’s The Dining Edition, NUVO is a little difficult (but worth the effort) to find. Executive Chef Mark Richard (formerly from Keystone), helms the kitchen and marries Italian and Japanese cuisine to create unexpectedly exciting and creative hybrid fare. Continue reading
Before I start, I’d like to wish everyone a happy, healthy and prosperous Year of the Goat. Gong Xi Gong Xi!
I’ve always wanted to visit Wan He Lou to try their famous Lobster Porridge so when Amex had its 30licious promotion last November, I made a reservation right away. On a side note, I do hope that Amex 30licious promo will continue, so we foodies will have something else to look forward to apart from Restaurant Week. Continue reading
It’s essential not to neglect your complexion during busy Lunar New Year festivities! Banish fine lines and dull skin with HAACH’s Phytopeutics Everlasting Youth Treatment.
Established in Singapore in 1997, HAACH has grown into an award-winning, recognised brand in the Beauty and Wellness Industry. Guest can expect relaxing treatments with visible results
In celebration of the nation’s golden jubilee, Mandarin Oriental’s Axis Bar and Lounge unveils 12 exclusively locally-themed afternoon tea menus each month, inspired by Singapore’s rich history of culinary flavours. Think Cantonese Salted Egg Crab in Mini Pita Pockets, Durian French Toast and Teh Tarik Crème Brulee!
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Royal Pavilion welcomes the bountiful year of the Goat with inaugural Lunar New Year dishes. Recognized for its contemporary Cantonese delicacies and classic, Royal Pavilion is set to wow diners with its fine Chinese New Year Creations.
Located on the ground floor of Park Regis, the restaurant’s ambiance itself is impressive – regal golds, warm woods, plush chairs and a dazzling chandelier position right above a semi-private dining room.
Usher in the Year of the Ram with Din Tai Fung’s festive offerings and popular favorites! From now until 5th March, the prominent Taiwanese chain presents special creations to delight your palate.
Lo Hei! The only legitimate time to play with your food! Celebrate abundance with DTF’s classic Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng, consisting of sweet Tian Jin roasted chestnuts, fresh slivers of jellyfish, twirls of crispy yam, fresh pomelo pulp and white radish. The dish is topped with Norwegian smoked salmon and drizzled with homemade plum sauce for a refreshing touch. Diners can also top up their Yu Sheng with Australian abalone ($13.80), Fried salmon skin ($4.80), Sliced smoked salmon ($9.80), Crispy yam strips ($3.80) and Pine nuts ($2.80).