Monday, May 30, 2016
Helmed by industry veteran Chef Martin Woo, Mo'mor Izakaya commands an eye-catching spot at the Tanglin Post Office, on street level. The contemporary izakaya house pushes out Japanese fare with a European flair in a charming setting and the oysters and Wagyu beef here have generated quite a buzz. The Matsusaka Wagyu Striploin ($9 per 10g) was unbelievably tender and melted gloriously as I savoured it oh-so-slowly. The flavour, the texture, just sublime.
Thursday, May 26, 2016
With close to 800 food and beverage merchants on board, Quandoo is the largest online reservation platform for restaurants in Singapore. Quandoo is popular and widely used as it is simple to navigate and users are rewarded with points for every booking made or review written. These points could be exchanged for monetary rewards! How cool is that?
I'll be giving away a $100 dining voucher(courtesy of Quandoo) at the end of this post, so read on to find out more!
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Beerfest Asia is the largest beer festival in the whole of Asia and it's back again this year! The eighth edition, and the biggest yet, will stretch from 16th - 19th June at Marina Promenade. With a record high of over 500 beers available, beer fanatics must not miss this smashing event that will also bring you live music acts, international tribute bands, stand-up comedians, beerpong, darts and good food!
Monday, May 23, 2016
BottlesXO is a game changer. You can now get high quality European wine delivered in less than 60 minutes to wherever you are. You could be at a picnic, or by the beach, at a restaurant, or at home and all it takes is a few clicks on the BottlesXO mobile application and you'll get wine sent to you, at perfect drinking temperature, no less!
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Sunday, May 8, 2016
The Ko-Mex chain has drawn alot of attention ever since it set foot on Beach Road. The place is dimly lit and seems to be a popular after-work hangout with the executives. Opened by three Korean Americans who grew up on authentic Mexican food and traditional Korean food, you can expect a clever fusion of the best of both Mexican and Korean cuisine here.
Thursday, May 5, 2016
Jamie’s Italian at VivoCity now offers pizzas in their refreshed menu. The pizza dough is made fresh daily and shaped through gentle stretching which is the key to developing a crisp texture and crust. Pizzas are served on special stoneware plates which retain the heat and crispness of the pizza.