Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Bridge @ Seah Street

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More dining establishments are moving towards a healthier approach on the execution of their food and Bridge is one of them. Bridge aims to offer wholesome but hearty and satisfying food. The Pumkinoa ($16) is a colourful combination of organic quinoa, carrot vinaigrette, roasted rosemary pumpkin, pumpkin seeds and feta cheese. It is pleasing to the eyes and a nutritious option. I really liked the roasted pumpkin!

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Whampoa Keng Fishhead Steamboat @ Rangoon Road

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Whampoa Keng isn’t just well known for its steamboat and zi char dishes but also for its amusing yet illustrious history. The business started as a single hawker stall and has since become two restaurants, a collective of successful food outlets and a catering operation. The two restaurants are located along Balestier Road and Rangoon Road and they’re both managed by the founder’s first and second wife respectively.

Monday, February 1, 2016

Monkey Magic @ Peony Jade (Keppel Club)

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The creative and innovative culinary team at Peony Jade has come up with a monkey-shaped yusheng to usher in the Year of the Fire Monkey. The adorable set-up will have everyone smiling from ear to ear. Be prepared to snap a ton of pictures before the yusheng goes from gorgeous to glam with the addition of luxurious choice seafood such as lobster from Canada, 2 head golden abalone from Australia, Geoduck clam, sashimi-grade tuna and sashimi-grade salmon.

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Fivefold Fortune Reunion @ Spice Brasserie (PARKROYAL on Kitchener)

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Photo credits : PARKROYAL on Kitchener

Celebrating Chinese New Year at a restaurant has never sounded this enticing. Apart from awesome credit card promotions, diners are entitled to a complimentary yusheng for lunch reservations and the entire Fivefold Fortune Set on the house for dinner reservations! If that's not a total bang for the buck, I'm not quite sure what is.

Friday, January 29, 2016

Jen's Kitchen On-The-Go @ Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

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A 24-hour chic and cozy space that serves up great coffee, cold pressed juices and milkshakes? Say no more, I'm sold.

The pretty milkshakes aren't too over the top and they actually taste great! The Melted Peanut Butter Milkshake ($11) had my heart at hello and their Sea Salt Caramel Latte scored high points with me!

Thursday, January 28, 2016

J65 @ Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

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After a huge facelift, J65 is ready to host eager patrons and hotel guests. Why J65? You might wonder. J65 draws its name from Singapore's international dialing code and Hotel Jen Tanglin is actively integrating local touches into their premises, be it engaging local talents to perform at J65, commissioning local artists to create art pieces, or supporting local entrepreneurs. J65 is a befitting name for the convergence of all things local.