InterContinental Singapore’s Michelin-recommended Cantonese restaurant, Man Fu Yuan, has partnered with the Irish Duck Company to present an exclusive collaboration together. From 1 October to 15 November 2023, three (3) exclusive menus, each of which showcases fine Irish meats cultivated amidst the country’s expansive rural landscapes, will be offered for lunch and dinner. Continue reading [SG EATS] Man Fu Yuan X Irish Duck Company’s Exclusive 6-Course Menus from 1 October to 15 November 2023
Din Kee Beef Noodle located at Bukit Indah is well-loved by locals and regulars. They used to have a stall opposite KSL before expanding their scale of business to a shop at Bukit Indah. My dad and his friends used to visit his old place for the beef noodle. They even shared that the beef noodle here is better than the Tangkak’s beef noodle. Continue reading [JB EATS] Din Kee Beef Noodle 鼎记牛腩粉 Bukit Indah | Johor Bahru
Butcher’s Block located at the second level of Raffles Arcade is helmed by Chef de Cuisine Jordan Keao, a native of Hilo, Hawaii. Formerly chef-owner of Bib Gourmand-awarded Hawaiian restaurant Aina in San Francisco. The restaurant’s cooking technique, wood fire is the highlight where the team employs various techniques such as smoking, grilling, and slow cooking in embers over the wood fire in an open kitchen setting. Continue reading [SG EATS] Summer Tour De Force at Butcher’s Block |Raffles Hotel Singapore
Restaurant Matera, an Italian restaurant helmed by Chef Bjoern Alexander offers modern Italian cuisine with Asian touches. Chef Bjoern Alexander hails from Octavium, a 2 Michelin-starred restaurant in Hong Kong. Located in the historic Fullerton Waterboat House, the Italian restaurant’s dining space offers a beautiful view of Esplanade. Continue reading [SG EATS] 4-Course Lunch Dining Experience at Restaurant Matera
Few things are as scary as starting and running your own retail business. But there’s no reward like seeing your passion turn into a profitable business venture. However, before you start selling anything, you’ll want to choose a business model that fits your goals. The right approach will allow you to make good returns on your investment and tap a wide audience within your local community. Conversely, the wrong one could cause you to start off on the wrong foot and put you in the red long after you’ve started operations. Continue reading 5 Different Retail Business Models to Explore for Aspiring Business Owners
Research demonstrates that the brain is most receptive to learning and change during the early years of life. This ‘neuroplasticity’ window underscores the critical importance of addressing developmental challenges as early as possible. Timely identification and intervention, then, can significantly improve a child’s developmental trajectory, enhancing their social, communication, and behavioural skills. By recognising the signs of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and seeking help promptly, parents can provide their children with tailored interventions that pave the way for more positive outcomes. Continue reading 5 Tips for Early Intervention of Autism in Children
In a place where modern and traditional elements effortlessly blend, Singapore is a visual treat for photography enthusiasts and travellers alike. Here one can find many historic landmarks and futuristic structures all over the famed Lion City.
One of the highlights of any trip to SG, of course, is the experience of the country’s architectural wonders. Once you see Singapore’s diverse and cutting-edge architecture up close, you’ll understand why it’s one of Southeast Asia’s treasure troves for travel photos. Continue reading [TRAVEL GUIDE]10 Beautiful Buildings to Photograph in Singapore
Brasserie Astoria is the Frantzen Group’s second venture in Singapore, after their highly acclaimed three-Michelin-star fine dining restaurant Zen. The new and casual Brasserie Astoria is the first overseas outpost of Sweden. It mirrors its Stockholm flagship that occupies what was once Astoria Cinema.
Located in Victoria Concert Hall Singapore, the restaurant houses 100 seats, a private dining room for 10, and a bar and lounge that seat 22 people. At Braserie Astoria, diners can enjoy a distinctly international twist on the traditional brasserie experience set prepared by Head Chef Emil Cecil Ess, a former Zen team member. Continue reading [SG EATS] Brasserie Astoria by Frantzen Group at Victoria Concert Hall Singapore
Akira Back is a modern Japanese cuisine restaurant featuring reinvented flavours, Korean accents, and global influences by world-renowned chef Akira Back. The restaurant is part of the dining concepts managed by JW Marriott Singapore South Beach. It is conveniently located within walking distance of Esplanade MRT station and access to the hotel as well. Continue reading [SG EATS] Indulgent Set Lunch Menu At Akira Back | JW Marriott Singapore South Beach
It often takes a significant amount of financial resources to send a child to an international school. Compared to local public schools and even some private schools, international academic institutions typically have higher tuition fees. This is the case in many countries including the US, China, and Switzerland. There’s also the matter of managing additional expenses such as application fees, uniforms, textbooks, extracurricular activities, transportation, and school trips. Considering all these, though, international schools are well worth the investment. Such an academic setting provides students with personalized attention, world-class facilities, a well-rounded education, exposure to different languages and cultures, and avenues to expand their social and academic horizons, among other benefits. Continue reading 9 No-Nonsense Financial Tips for Parents Sending Their Children to an International School