Gu Ma Jia: If Family’s What You Seek, This Is Home

When we mention Potong Pasir, what often comes to mind is either that of politics, or of the distinctive sloping roof blocks that the town is famous for. However, within the little foodie enclave of great food that sits at the corner of Sennett Estate, there sits a charming little eatery named Gu Ma Jia.

While I’ve passed it often, it was only recently that I had the chance to pop by to explore its food. My conclusion: I can’t believe I took this long!

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Experience Exquisite Cantonese Cuisine this Lunar New Year at Cassia, Capella Singapore!

When I first dined at Cassia over at Capella Singapore just slightly over a month ago, I was heartened by the depth of flavour and elegance found in each dish. Imagine my delight when I was back at Cassia to experience their Lunar New Year delicacies. Indeed, I’m most happy to say that they are well worth the visit if you are looking for a luxurious reunion dinner to celebrate the occasion!

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Park Hotel Clarke Quay Presents Lunar New Year Reunion Menus Starting From $338++!

For this Chinese New Year, Park Hotel Clarke Quay is set to delight guests with reunion menus starting from $338++ per table of 6-courses for 4 to 5 persons, and all the way to $628++ per table of 8-courses for 9 to 10 persons! All diners will also receive free-flow red date tea and soft drinks, and a Chinese New Year Carrier Bag with Red Packets and Mandarin Oranges. Though the hotel  does not have a dedicated Chinese restaurant, the team has transformed its various function rooms into dining spaces to celebrate the New Year. Continue reading “Park Hotel Clarke Quay Presents Lunar New Year Reunion Menus Starting From $338++!”

Brotzeit launches snazzy, limited-time Karneval menu; Take up the half-meter sausage challenge!

Popular German restaurant bar chain Brotzeit will, for a limited-time only (16 January to 25 February 2018), launch a specially-curated Karneval menu across its outlets in Singapore. “Karneval”, a traditional German festival which usually marks the season before Lent, is a time when there is much joy, merriment and festivity. In Germany, circuses, social and political parodies are commonplace during this period. Once Ash Wednesday hits, Karneval ends, and the traditional season of fasting gets underway.

Although the street festivities back in Germany would feature food markets and stalls selling specialty craft beers, sausages, pretzels and the like, Brotzeit has decided that a special, additional menu is right for the season. On top of it all, there is also the Brotzeit Half-Meter Sausage Challenge! Pair up with a friend, and finish the entire half-meter of Brotzeit’s Deutsche Halbmeter Wurst, complete with sauerkraut and potato salad in a baguette, and have the sausage on the house! Of course, bragging rights are almost a guarantee if you are one of the few on the peak of glory and excellence in speed food-eating.

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