With a little touch of fun, communal spirit, and hearty portions, The Halia at the Raffles Hotel is set to present to diners a Communal Feast menu on top of the restaurant’s existing delectable spread. Ideal for sharing among four friends, be prepared to indulge in at least 10 – 12 contemporary, flavourful dishes prepared fresh from the kitchen. Inspired by the traditional dining concept in Asian culture whereby family members gather to eat with dishes placed in the centre of the table, the Halia’s communal feast menu goes the distance with a selection of large sized servings and even larger helpings of shared fun. For this exciting spread, guests can choose between the ‘Light’ (10 courses; $160++) or ‘Hearty’ (12 courses; $270++) menus. […]
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The Fullerton Hotel Singapore’s Jade Restaurant is celebrating this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival with a Reunion Dinner Feast held from the 25th of August to the 8th of September. This specially crafted six course meal that draws inspiration from Mid-Autumn folklore, is priced at $88++ per person, and will be prepared by Master Chef Leong Chee […]
All that glitters isn’t gold. But all that glitters will certainly attract and leave an impression. At the Park Hotel Group this year, a dash of luxury and novelty is added to the range of mooncakes prepared for the Mid-Autumn Festival. From the purple-red rich premium packaging to the snowskin mooncakes adorned with a […]
Xin Cuisine’s selection of mooncakes this year is inspired with the notion of modern food art to represent the elegance and beauty that makes up the Mid-Autumn Festival. Crafted by Chef Cheung Kin Nam, these mooncakes will embody ingredients that are healthier with lesser sugar and the use of traditional medicinal herbs in some […]
Shima at the Goodwood Park Hotel will be a very familiar name to Singapore diners well acquainted with the Japanese Teppanyaki scene. Established since 1980, Shima is now back after a month-long renovation, and it looks forward to welcoming guests back for some excellent Teppanyaki cuisine. […]
Vietnamese cuisine is an uncommon sight in Singapore. While there is a saturated market that is brimming with Japanese, Chinese, Italian and all shades of American, visiting a Vietnamese place for lunch is definitely one of the more refreshing experiences for me. Therefore, when I headed down to Moc Quan Vietnamese Restaurant at UE Square, I […]
In the final installment of the Michellin-starred guest chef series at The Cliff, the restaurant is proud to host award-winning Chef Alyn Williams from the 13th to 17th August 2014. Chef Williams will be showcasing his style of clean cut, straightforward cuisine with contemporary touches, featuring only the best of seasonal ingredients. Be treated to a special 6 course dinner from Thursday (14th August to 16th August) or indulge in a brunch buffet spread with exclusive dishes prepared by Chef Williams, available at The Terrace. After my first visit with Michellin-starred chef Jarad Gallagher, I was very excited to see what Chef Williams had up to offer. […]
Crystal Jade Korean Ginseng Chicken & BBQ Celebrates Its 10th Year At A New Location In Takashimaya!
Crystal Jade Korean Ginseng Chicken & BBQ restaurant is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year at a brand new location. Formerly located at the top levels of Takashimaya, Crystal Jade Korean Ginseng Chicken is now opened in the basement just directly across the main atrium. With an expanded space, more seats, some slight additions to the menu on top of traditional favourites, Crystal Jade Korean Ginseng Chicken & BBQ is set to cater to fans of the brand.
A sensory journey awaits with the mooncake lineup this year from the Mandarin Orchard Singapore. Relish in flavours like the Baked Mooncake with Azuki Red Bean Paste and Pine Nuts or for something a little more savoury, the Baked Mooncake with 8-Treasure Mala and Jamon Iberico. Snow skin mooncake lovers will be delighted with […]
Szechuan Court at the Fairmont Singapore is proud to present two new flavours to its exciting yet traditional line up of snowskin and traditional mooncakes. This year, look out for the Triple Treasures Snowskin Mooncakes made from melon seeds, sweet corn and water chestnut lotus paste, and the Matcha Crunch Baked Mooncakes. Crafted by Szechuan Court’s Dim Sum Chef Mandy Yeo, these flavours come from her 25 years of experience, and are additions to an already resplendent selection. […]