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[SG EATS] Elemen 元素 Vegetarian Restaurant |Millenia Walk, Singapore

It has been a while since I last had a vegetarian meal. Elemen 元素 located at Millenia Walk is the newly 2 months old vegetarian restaurant which was introduced by Eileen over the tasting last weekend. It is accessible via Promenade MRT station. We were shared that the restaurant is operated under the subsidiary of the Koufu Management. And they are going to have second outlet opening at Thomson in few weeks time.

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[SG EATS] ChaoZhou Porridge (潮粥) | 221 River Valley Road, Singapore (CLOSED)

ChaoZhou Porridge is where epicureans can step back in time and relish the erstwhile Teowchew dishes. The head chef has over 10 years of experience and is learned in the way of Teochew cooking. Located at River Valley Road, the restaurant offer a range of dishes which include the Chaozhou signature and Chaozhou porridge. The restaurant is fully air-conditioned with marble round tables and wooden stools to enjoy the meal. There is also soft comfortable music that diners can enjoy throughout the session. Continue reading [SG EATS] ChaoZhou Porridge (潮粥) | 221 River Valley Road, Singapore (CLOSED)

[2017] JB Foods & Cafes Hopping Guide By Foot | Johor Bahru

[Updated on 30 November 2017]

My previous Johor Bahru Food Trail V.1 & V.2 were gone due to hosting migration issue. So, I am posting this new post that I have compiled since last year. Hope you guys find it useful when you are going across the causeway, Johor Bahru for cafe hopping and foodtrail.

All the restaurants and cafes mentioned here are by foot (10 minutes walking distance)  and easily accessible once you step out from Johor Bahru custom or City Square Mall. Continue reading [2017] JB Foods & Cafes Hopping Guide By Foot | Johor Bahru

[SG EATS] SUNRISE BISTRO & BAR | BIG SPLASH

I was introduced to Sunrise Bistro & Bar which is located at Big Splash, East Coast of sunny Singapore last month. The bistro serves all day breakfast dishes and also dinner dishes. Sunrise Bistro & Bar also offers extensive wine and beer list with small bites and savory ala-carte to enjoy as well.
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[AD] Battle of the KFC Wings

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Before I start off my sharing on the new launch product from KFC, here is the introduction of the company itself:-

Introduction

I think everyone should be familiar with KFC since young. KFC is also known as Kentucky Fried Chicken Management Pte Ltd is the leading quick-service restaurant chain in the chicken category in Singapore. KFC is renowned for serving its customers delicious, complete family meals at affordable prices. The first KFC restaurant in Singapore was opened in 1977 and there are now 87 restaurants island-wide. KFC a.m. was introduced in November 2007 and now served at 68 of its restaurants. The company also provides KFC delivery as part of its commitment to meet the needs of consumers. There are 11,000 KFC restaurants in more than 80 countries and territories around the world serving some eight million customers each day. KFC is a subsidiary of Yum!Brands, Inc.,headquartered in the United States of America.KFC Battle of Wings

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[SG EATS] “Heritage Flavours” – ELLENBOROUGH MARKET CAFE | SWISSOTEL MERCHANT COURT

August has been a fabulous month with the celebration of SG50, Golden Jubilee of Singapore and also my birthday month. I had a foodolicious over the jubilee weekend. One of the highlight is the food tasting session with foodies at Ellenborough Market Café, Swissotel Merchant Court. It was my second visit and you can read about my first visit here as a pay customer last year. Continue reading [SG EATS] “Heritage Flavours” – ELLENBOROUGH MARKET CAFE | SWISSOTEL MERCHANT COURT

[SG EATS] NAN HWA CHONG FISHBOAT SERVES ALASKAN CODFISH NOW

Nan Hwa Chong Fishboat is the oldest (since 1927) fishhead steamboat in Singapore. If you ask your elderly, they will surely heard about it. It’s traditional fish soup steamboat represents Singapore’s heritage and memories to Singaporean. What makes them different from the rest is that the steamboats are prepared using charcoals instead of gas-stove steamboats. The soup is prepared with essence of fish bones and other secret ingredients. It takes at least 5 hours to cook so that the broth is silky smooth. Continue reading [SG EATS] NAN HWA CHONG FISHBOAT SERVES ALASKAN CODFISH NOW