[SG EVENT] HUNGRYGOWHERE AWARDS RESTAURANT TRAIL

Hungrygowhere Awards season is back this year (2016) in search of Singapore’s best food and drinks over 21 categories. Hungrygowhere Awards 2016 features 21 awards and introduces an expanded ‘Best Hawker” category across favourite local foods. There also new categories include “Best Café/Bakery” and “Favourite Food Fad”. We as a public can vote as many categories as we like and nominate any establishment in Singapore.
Hungrygowhere Awards 2016

So, how does the voting works?
With the strong presence of social media, the voting this year can be easily done by posting a public post on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with official hashtags: #HGWawards and #(businessname). The voting is also open online at http://awards.hungrygowhere.com.
The voting commences from now till 26 June 2016 ; 11:59PM. Final results will be out in July 2016.
Hungrygowhere Awards 2016-Voting Categories
And 50 lucky voters will get a chance to win a pair of tickets to S$100GOURMET, a dining event which sees Michelin Star Chefs collaborate with local chefs in August and September 2016.

Enough Said. Follow me through my post as I went for the hungrygowhere awards food trail few days ago with other fellow foodies. There were total of 3 stops within the evening and transport was provided to chauffeur us to the destination after our first stop.

First Stop: Melben Signature
Eligible Category: Best Restaurant, Chinese Cuisine
Official Hashtag : #MellbenSignature

Melben Signature Crab
Melben Seafood is well-known in foos scene with their renowned claypot crab bee hoon. But we are here at their Melben Signature Seafood Restaurant for their signature Creamy butter crab with their fried mantou. Melben I was here during Chinese New Year period.
The best part to enjoy the crab is with your bare hands licking the creamy sweet butter sauce and mopping up with fried mantou.
Address:
Melben Signature
Blk 7 Tanjong Pagar Plaza
#01-105
Singapore 081007
Tel: +65 6220 5512
Opening Hours:
Monday – Friday 11:00AM – 10:30PM
Saturday – Sunday , Public Holiday 5:30PM – 10:30PM

2nd Stop: Escape Restaurant & Lounge
Eligible Category: Best (Others), Best Buffet
Official Hashtag: #EscapeRestaurant

So, we headed to the next stop which is the Escape Restaurant & Lounge located at One Farrer Hotel. Escape serves local and international cuisine with an open kitchen concept. You can watch chef in action as they whip up the culinary choices of your pick. As the time was too short, I only managed to try few of the dishes. But here are some of the foods that you can expect from their buffet session.
Escape Restaurant & Lounge-Live Station

Escape Restaurant & Lounge-Open Kitchen

Japanese Cuisine- Sashimi available upon request
Japanese Cuisines- Sashimi available upon request

Indian Cuisines
Indian Cuisine

Desserts
Desserts

There are cheese and breads counter, chinese cuisine counter and not forgetting the favourite spot- Chocolate Fondue is available as well. More photos will be up on separate post soon.

Address:
Escape Restaurant & Lounge
1 Farrer Park Hotel & Spa
Singapore 217562
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 24 Hours

3rd Stop: Tiger’s Milk
Eligible Category: Best (Others), Best Bar/ Lounge
Official Hashtag: #TigersMilkSG

The last stop was my favourite stop where we get to chill at the rooftop bar. It was drizzling before that and thank god it was cleared by the time we arrived Tiger’s Milk. Tiger’s Milk at The Club along Ann Siang Road is a rooftop bar and grill concept and it is a Peruvian bar. So, we were here to check out their signature cocktails- Pisco Sour and Piscorinha.
Tiger's Milk -The Club Singapore

Tiger's Milk -Classic Seabass
We also had the chance to try Classic Seabass. Fresh seabass tossed with chopped aji Amarillo, red onions and grilled corn and served with sweet potatoes. It’s quite a refreshing palate.
Tiger's Milk -Wagyu Beef Fingers
Wagyu Beef Fingers was the favourite of the night. Marinated wagyu beef rib served with chimichurri was tantalizing and succulent in taste. Umami!
Tiger's Milk -Cocktails
Of course, their Pisco Sour was the highlight drinks as well with egg whiten shaken to a frothy finish on top of the layer and a smooth finish taste.
Their Piscorinha shaken with calamansi and passionfruit, sour plum and served with crushed ice was equally nice too. The citrus flavours are well-balanced.
Address:
Tiger’s Milk
28 Ann Siang Road
Singapore 069708
Opening Hours: Rooftop Bar & Grill
Monday – Thursday 5:00PM – 1:00AM
Friday – Saturday 5:00PM – 2:00AM
Closed on Sunday

Tiger's Milk -The Club Singapore-Ann Siang
So, our food trail ended with a sweet note. It was quite fun hopping one place to another place. Many thanks FoodNewsPR for organizing this fun food trail!
More details of the hungrygowhere awards are available here.

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