It has been a while since I had dinner with my family members. We attended a talk around Ubi area and decided to visit Le Chasseur for dinner recently.
Le Chasseur is owned by well-known Chef Andy Lim. If you google online, there are quite a number of food reviews about him and this place. The Chinese zi char place was previously located along New Bridge Road and relocated to current place at Eunos Industrial estate. Continue reading [SG EATS] Le Chasseur – Famous for Claypot Rice
Yellow Pot located at Six Senses Singapore is a modern Chinese restaurant and bar that stands out for its commitment to wellness and sustainability. The restaurant focuses on delivering classic and innovative Chinese cuisine that favours healthful, organic and sustainably-sourced ingredients, paired with artisanal cocktails crafted using traditional herbs and botanicals. Chef Sebastian Goh helms the restaurant’s well-balanced and sustainably driven Chinese culinary experience. Continue reading [SG EATS] Yellow Pot At Six Senses Singapore – Not Your Usual Chinese Menu On Health & Sustainability
With bright lights and bright turquoise colour popping out the moment you walk into Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) , the new Paradise Classic would be hard to miss. The Resort World Sentosa outlet donned a new and vibrant outlook compared to it’s sister outlets, highlighting an oriental feels with a twist of modern. Continue reading [SG EATS] Paradise Classic Brings Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon – A Unique Dish from Malaysia, to Singapore!
With Chinese New Year just around the corner, you must have seen many photos of Yu Sheng islandwide and I bet you have yet to see a vegetarian yu sheng. Well, the folks at Elemen have just introduced me to my first vegetarian Yu Sheng and do not disappoint me. Continue reading [SG EATS] This Lunar New Year With Elemen- Vegetarian-style of Celebration
It’s the time of the year again! Park Hotel Clarke Quay, Chef James Wong welcomes the year of the Dog 2018 with his specialist culinary of nearly four decades of Oriental and Cantonese cuisine. You can expect a line-up reunion feasts comprising an 8-course Prosperity Menu, 8 – course Fortune Menu, 7-course Harmony Menu and 6-course Success Menu. These offerings are available from 8 February to 2 March 2018. Continue reading [SG EATS] Chinese New Year 2018 Highlights At Park Hotel Clarke Quay
Blue Lotus Mediterranean Kitchen and Bar is situated in the middle of the bustling offices on Alexandra Road. The restaurant accommodates up to 120 people, with both indoor and al fresco seating. Blue Lotus offers delectable Mediterranean favourites like tapas, pizzas, pastas, paellas and succulent meat dishes. Continue reading [SG EATS] Blue Lotus Mediterranean Kitchen & Bar – New Age Chinese Cuisine
I went to Peony Jade at Clarke Quay last Saturday to check out the Red Hot Chilli Crabbers Set Lunch for Two. It has been many years since I last visited this place. I remembered it was my friend’s ROM 5-6 years ago. Same old place with the same old decoration here. Continue reading [SG EATS] Peony Jade At Clarke Quay – Red Hot Chilli Crabbers Set Lunch Menu
If you are a frequent weekend traveller to JB, I bet you sure visited Dragon-I for their delicacies. Dragon-I restaurant delicacies is inspired by the rich and diverse culinary offerings from China especially from the regions of Shanghai, Szechuan, Beijing and Lanzhou. My first experience with Dragon-I was at Pavilion outlet in Kuala Lumpur 5 years back. Thus, when they expanded their outlet to Johor Bahru, I am glad that my family get a taste of it. I patronized the restaurant with different group of dining mates but the foods that I had each time are almost exactly the same dish. Continue reading [JB EATS] 5 MUST-TRY DISHES FROM DRAGON-I
Jiang Nan Chun located at Four Seasons Hotel has re-opened in early February 2016 after few months of renovations. I was there with fellow foodies after their revamping last month. The restaurant size has been expanded as they take over the former business centre next door. So, there are 3 new private rooms to cater for bigger groups or even host gatherings or meetings. The new design provides luxurious and comfortable dining settings for dining customers.
Here are photos of the newly revamp Jiang Nan Chun for your visual:
Take note on the elements such as feature wall in green tiles represents rice fields, plump birds figures in between the structures, chopsticks’ holder all over the receptions counters, fishermen baskets are used as hanging lamps. Continue reading [SG EATS] 8 DELICACIES TO TRY AT JIANG NAN CHUN [江南春], FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE