Calling all crab aficionados! Peony Jade Clarke Quay now offers an outstanding set lunch menu, Red Hot Chilli Crabbers at only $138.80++ for 2 diners. That works out to $69.40++ per pax and from this review, you’ll see why I say its excellent value for money.
Open Farm Community, a restaurant, outdoor farm and boutique cafe, has recently unveiled a revamped menu that is bound to delight adventurous palates. The trendy new dishes possess dashes of Singaporean influences, and ingredients are either harvested from their very own garden, or sourced from farms in and around Singapore.
CNY offerings has always been boisterous at Peony Jade and this year, it’s even bigger and better! Chinese food may not be the trendiest cuisine around, but at this Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurant, the chefs never fail to inject ingenuity into presentation as well execution, whilst delighting diner’s taste buds.
Japanese dining concepts such as Teppanyaki and Shabu Shabu are plentiful in Singapore, but Robatayaki choices are quite limited. Robatayaki, which literally translates to fire-side cooking, was traditionally practiced by Japanese Fishermen when they reach the shore. Their fresh catch was placed on an oar and cooked over coals. Kurama, a newly opened restaurant at Millennia Walk, provides diners with an authentic robata experience in an intimate 15-seater setting.
Robatayaki has evolved from focusing on seafood, to a wide variety of ingredients such as meat and vegetables. Kurama’s menu showcases a plethora of quality ingredients, imported from all around the world. Expect Australian scallops, Alaskan King Crabs, New Zealand Lamb, as well as Japanese Beef and Vegetables.
It’s easy to spot Yoi Sake Bar & Kurama Robatayaki while walking along the stretch of restaurants along Nihon Food Street. The bar, situated at the front, has a metal fence façade and is decorated with colourful carp streamers. Here, you’ll be spoilt for choice-Yoi stocks more than 50 types of sake! Continue reading
Embark on a Kyushu food trail at Sun with Moon. From 2nd Sept -31st Oct 2016, the well-loved Japanese casual dining restaurant is bringing back, for the 9th time, popular Kyushu specials. The region, known for its hot springs and natural beauty, also boasts a variety of dishes that are not commonly found in Japanese eateries in Singapore. By the way, there’s a 20% discount code at the end of this post 🙂
Congratulations to Peony Jade for receiving the Bib Gourmand Award from Singapore’s inaugural Michelin Guide 2016! During the latest tasting, we had the opportunity to sample their interpretation of Hairy Crabs, tantalizing savory creations as well as hand-crafted moon cake masterpieces.
The meal commenced with an appetizing dish of bull frog, deep-fried for that addictive crispy exterior, then viciously seasoned with spiced fragrant salt.
An upmarket restaurant and barroom under the Arteastiq Group, Museo (pronounced “moo-zay-o”) which means museum in Italian, is located at the prestigious Quayside Isle on Sentosa Island. The interiors are tastefully decorated, exuding a dramatic, yet romantic atmosphere. Art enthusiasts can indulge in their passions at the art jamming area, while sipping on cocktails or specialty teas.