It’s been a long time since I tucked in to a good serving of Indonesian food. Maybe it is a genre that doesn’t occur on my list very often, but when I do come across it, I generally find the delicacies well worth the mention. New on my ‘to go’ list is this cozy place called IndoChili, located directly across Great World City along Zion Road.
The restaurant highlights that its dishes are crafted straight off the rich repertoire of Indonesian culinary heritage, with a strong infusion of fresh spices throughout. The dishes are well worth the recommendation, with each featuring a deep flavourful complexity that is homely and satisfying. Continue reading “Discover an urban oasis of flavourful Indonesian cuisine from IndoChili!”
Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort Silver Shell Cafe returns with an exciting deal come each Wednesday with a delectable spread of meats to tantalize the ravenous appetites of all guests. The Meet the Meat fiesta features some of the finest Slow-Roast Tomahawk Veal, Grilled German Sausages and Roast Beef Tenderloin, all in addition to the existing spread of seafood, roast meats, staples, salads and desserts galore. Plus with the restaurant’s location at the exquisite Shangri-La off on Sentosa island, dinner here is a getaway from the usual fare of dine and ambience in the city.
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Located off the entrance towards Sentosa Island and directly opposite St. James Powerstation is HarbourFront’s latest hotel – Bay Hotel. Opened in February this year, the hotel features a flagship Indonesian restaurant called Rumah Rasa where authentic ibu-esque flavours come alive in Chef Sharifah’s creations. For a tantalizing family spread of dishes like Paru Goreng and Udang Petai Belado to a creation of Ayam Panggang that is smoky sweet and tasty, this is a good pit stop for that hearty cuisine you wished you indulged in.
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Hawaiian Kalua Pork
I’ve been to Dhoby Ghaut plenty of times and each time I walked past Charly T’s, I’ve always thought it was just another Western cafe/bistro/restaurant. And to add to that, I didn’t even know the place was called NOMU. But nevermind that, as for Charly T’s it is not just your regualr Western cuisine joint, but rather a doorway into a selection of International Cuisine that Charly himself experienced while he was globetrotting throughout the continents when he was younger.
Charly T’s is said to encapsulate the hometown flavours of each dish while bringing them to Singapore to let guests savour an experience beyond borders. From their famous Rotisserie chicken which has been wonderfully marinated for over ten hours and Asian creations like the Kampong Amber Sticks, coupled with choices of sauces of up to 9 varieties, this is one restaurant with a chill out vibe to Jazz, Food, Travel and more.
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