Monday, April 3, 2017
When asked where's my favourite buffet place in Singapore, my answer is always "Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore". The spread is always incredibly extensive, especially luxurious and of only the best quality. My favourite sections are the dessert corner, seafood on ice section and live grill station, but I also love the pasta, bread and sashimi sections! The buffet line-up has recently been revitalised with new creations and diners can look forward to Oatmeal Crayfish, Nyonya King Prawn Laksa, Wok-fried King Lala Beehoon, Cuttlefish Tagliolini Pasta, Prawn Panggang with Sea Salt, Steamed Mussels Pot and more.
Friday, March 31, 2017
So, 49 Club Street used to be the home of Drinks & Co, a place where I frequent more than I would like to admit. Drinks & Co has shifted a few doors down, with a refreshed concept. In its place is now #WTF. I wanted to have a look at their menu but the place seemed packed so I didn't really want to go in but one of their staff spoke to us and told us that there is no service charge here. Now, I have to go in and have a look, right?
Thursday, March 30, 2017
These Piggy Buns ($6.80/3pieces) are almost too adorable to eat! I'm sure you've seen numerous pictures of them on social media. These buns are filled with smooth molten salted egg yolk custard and are quite the delightful treat.
Canton Paradise's latest and sixth outlet at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands aims to please with a plethora of Cantonese dishes and dimsum.
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
The Reading Room has been around for four years now and the quaint little cafe is a book cafe by day, and bar by night. The cafe is stocked full of books and vintage decorations. There's a little piece of Paris in this place and I like that very much.
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
A bar wholeheartedly dedicated to the love and appreciation of fine whiskies, The Wall is a safe that guards more than 300 types of whiskies including pre-war whiskies, limited edition whiskies, priceless whiskies and rare whiskies. The Wall is not set up to bleed your bank account dry. Instead, The Wall allows us to have a taste of uncommon whiskies at an affordable price tag, offering us a taste of the finer things in life. It's difficult to find a bar that offers tasting portions and Gentleman's pour of uncommon whiskies, like the Hibiki 30 years, but you can get that right here.
Monday, March 20, 2017
If you haven't already guessed, The Disgruntled Brasserie is helmed by the folks behind The Disgruntled Chef. The five-month old establishment at The Club Hotel in Ann Siang focuses on small plates and communal dining. Newly appointed Chef de Cuisine Desmond Goh aims to create amazing dishes that won't burn a huge hole in your pocket.