The Botanic located at Raffles City Shopping Centre is helmed by Group Executive Chef Shannoon Binnie, who is also a vegan himself. He also has Australian culinary culture and travel experiences in Asia that inspired the menu here in The Botanic. And the restaurant took over Salt Tapas & Bar Restaurant previously and shared the similar concept of communal dining. Continue reading [SG EATS] The Botanic at Raffles City Shopping Centre- Vegan & Vegetarian Dishes Available!
Din Tai Fung is a well-known Taiwanese style restaurant and it is one of the must-visit restaurants when in Taipei, Taiwan. The restaurant specializes in Xiao Long Bao and their pork chop fried rice. We were in Tokyo for a week and decided to have Chinese food for dinner on one of the night. Thus, we decided to visit Din Tai Fung restaurant located at Nihonbashi Branch out of their 17 branches in Japan. Continue reading [JAPAN EATS] My Din Tai Fung Dining Experience in Tokyo
My first visit to Kilo Kitchen was at Kallang, which was opened 2011 and closed on September 2018. Fast forward here I am here at their new place at Duxton Road. This new space has opened since December 2018 and has an instagram-worthy interior space with nice backdrop theme at the bar counter. Continue reading [SG EATS] Kilo Kitchen At Duxton Road
Weekend calls for brunch and high tea session with dates, family and friends’ gathering. And if you are planning one soon, perhaps you can check out D9 Cakery Saturday High Tea Buffet at Hilton Singapore. If you have been following my IG account, you will know that I am a fan of D9 artisanal cakes by Executive Pastry Chef Cindy Khoo. (You can read my previous post here). Continue reading [SG EATS] D9 Cakery At Hilton- Saturday High Tea Buffet – D9 Desserts + Local & International Flavours
I am back with my Japan travelogue post and this is about an impromptu stop at Echigo Yuzawa. Our initial plan is to see the snow monkeys of Jigokudani, Yamanouchi at Nagano but due to the faulty shinkasen train service, we cannot go in the end. So, we just took the shinkasen train towards Niigata to see where to explore. Continue reading [JAPAN TRAVELS] A Day To Echigo Yuzawa | Niigata Prefecture from Tokyo
Bak Kut Te h is one of the all-time favourite pork rib dish for Singaporeans and Malaysians. It comes with two versions either herbal or peppery based broth. And for Malaysia version, we have the herbal based broth and it is my favourite local food. Bak Kut Te h is a pork rib dish cooked in hours and best to enjoy as breakfast by the locals or even anytime of the day. Continue reading [JB EATS] The 5 Favourite Bak Kut Te h Places in Johor Bahru – By the Locals & Singaporeans
Swissôtel Merchant Court was my choice of weekend staycation recently. The hotel is located within a walking distance from Clark Quay MRT Station and also The Central Mall. The hotel is strategically located between Chinatown and Clark Quay area. You can literally enjoy the happening nightlife activities on both places. Continue reading [HOTEL REVIEW] My Weekend Staycation At Swissôtel Merchant Court
With the recent private dining food trend evolving in Singapore, Subrosa located at Jalan Besar has joined. The difference between Subrosa and the others’ private dining is that it allows exclusive and private dining experience in a restaurant instead of home.
Subrosa Private Dining is only available by reservations via their website at http://subrosa.com.sg/ ,or contact firstname.lastname@example.org & contact : +65 6610 0555. And it is advisable to make reservation 48 hours before. The reason being is that Chef Steven Snowdon and Chef Francis Lee will visit the local wet markets and outsource for the freshest ingredients for the preparation. They also need to ensure the suppliers are able to deliver the good and fresh seafood and many more. Continue reading [SG EATS] Subrosa Private Dining At Jalan Besar | Singapore
During my 4 days trip to Taipei, Taiwan last month, I visited Nung Chan Monastery. The monastery is located at Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan. It is formally in 1975 by Ven. Dongchu, a scholar monk and disciple of renowned Chinese Buddhist Master Taixu. It’s named ‘ Farming Ch’an ‘ as its early residents dedicated themselves to Ch’an practice and grew their own food. (taken from Wikipedia). Continue reading [TAIWAN TRAVELS] 1 Day Trip to Nung Chan Monastery (法鼓山農禪寺 ) At Beitou
Jiang Nan Chun at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore welcomes this Chinese New Year with various Lunar New Year set menus specially crafted by Executive Chinese Chef Tim Lam. The set menus are available at S$148.00++, S$178.00++ and S$228.00++ per person for 6 courses, and range from S$1,088.00++ per table of 8 pax to S$5,688.00++ per table of 10 persons for 8 courses. Continue reading [SG EATS] Celebrate Chinese New Year with Jiang Nan Chun (江南春), | Four Seasons Hotel Singapore