I received a flyer not too long ago in my mailbox from the newly opened Japanese restaurant Yuzuya. The photos looked very tempting and it branded itself prominently with an a-la-carte buffet on the menu. With over 100 items, and at a price of $25++ (lunch), it was very attractive.
When Darryl told me of the Penang Hawkers’ Fare Buffet after meeting two weeks ago, I was game for a visit. Street food like Char Kway Teow, Prawn Mee, Penang Laksa and even desserts like Chendol and Ice Kachang while they are commonly found in Singapore, I wondered what the difference would be since this
The Cathay, I guess many of the older generation would remember that “v-shaped” building along Handy Road with its cinemas and the presence of famous stars. The Cathay Restaurant, aptly named after the building, was also a bustling place for family dinners, celebrations, and even to take a twirl on the dance floor. This year,
Situated up a slope at Pearl’s Hill and amidst the lush foliage of trees and tendered shrubs, a little boutique hotel stands dressed in retro colours of white, shades of yellow and the occasional purple. And it is in this private, quiet setting that a certain serene atmosphere is created. Hotel Re!, a modern retro
I am on the rave for Japanese buffets. The internet in this case proves a worthy option to see the best “word of mouth” restaurants to visit. And it is with no coincidence that I discovered Shin Yuu. Exclusivity is the key feature for this and the group of restaurants that reside in a quiet
I have often come across Japanese Buffets, Indian Buffets, Dim Sum Buffets and even the all exotic Meat Buffets, but this is perhaps my first time to a Japanese Dessert Buffet! From the popular brands such as “Ajisen Ramen”, “Manpuku”, “Botejyu”, “Fruit Paradise” and “Aoba” under its belt, Japan Foods Holding Ltd is launching a