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 themed boutique hotel is a relative young upstart in the industry, and every weekend and public holidays, a Re!Plenish brunch buffet is available located at their newly constructed Re!Joice ballroom. With over 40 varieties featuring local favourites, and international offerings, together with a comfortable setting, one can truly sit back, relax and indulge.
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Eden Sanctuary Floral Cafe, the name itself suggests a priceless peaceful serenity. And with the cafe being in Chinatown, the calmness is a welcome feature to any hectic schedule and busy day. The establishment portrays itself as a cozy, quiet retreat to partake in a smorgasbord of floral and colour cuisine where Executive Chef and Owner Clement crafts meticulously for his guests.
My dinner there yesterday was a customized menu from Chef Clement himself where 4 dishes out of the 6 course meal is not found on the menu. The theme for the meal revolves around the aspect of Colours, namely Rainbow, White, Green, Blue & Purple, Yellow, Red & Brown. Clement articulates that a healthy diet comes hand in hand with the daily intake of all 6 different types of colours. Hues aplenty, the dinner commences together with servings of Butterfly Blue Pea, and Relax Tea.
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Look at all that curry goodness. Slurpingly Delicious.
Call for excellent Curry Chicken Noodles and Ah Heng’s stall will probably ring in the mind for those who know. Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the city at Hong Lim Food Centre, the stall of 4 years rummages a long queue of devoted patrons.
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Located along the corridors of the traditional shophouses in Chinatown, one would expect to find heritage and culture as an institution of the place. Chew Kee Eating House with its 60th year anniversary is perhaps the model of such an establishment.
The specialty of the house is the Black Soy Sauce Chicken served with the choice of either Chicken Rice or Noodles. Priced at an affordable value of $11 for half a chicken, it is definitely a place worth visiting to satisfy your kick for chicken in tasty black soy sauce.
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