It has been a while since I last visited Putien. Putien restaurant is listed in the Michelin Guide Singapore 2016 & 2017 Michelin One-Star Restaurant Award (Kitchener Road Outlet) and many other awards. The restaurant began as a coffee shop in Singapore’s Kitchener Road in 2000 and since grown into a popular chain with 48 outlets in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Hong Kong , Shanghai and Taiwan. Continue reading [SG EATS] A Night with Putien – Discover the Culinary Heritage & Artistry of the Dishes
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!
Living up to expectations of a Michelin Bib Gourmand, Peony Jade @ Keppel promises not to disappoint this Lunar New Year. Our writer, Felicia attended the media tasting recently and continues to read to find out more. Continue reading [SG EATS] “Money Money Many Many” Chinese New Year Celebration 2018 At Peony Jade @ Keppel
Whenever I am back to Johor Bahru (JB) over the weekend, my parents will bring my sister and I out to try out the food around the town. My dad saw Tony’s blog post on Taika Hua Braised Duck and decided to check it out. So, he brought us there for Sunday breakfast. Continue reading [JB EATS] Taika Hua Braised Duck (八哩半大家发鸭肉) – Local Favourite in Johor Bahru
Paradise Inn offers traditional Chinese inn concept with contemporary oriental ambience. The brand itself has recently undergone a brand revamp and rebranded as Paradise Classic. Paradise Classic focuses on classic Nanyang style cuisines which is ideal for family meals and big group gathering. Continue reading [SG EATS] PARADISE INN REBRANDS TO PARADISE CLASSIC | SUNTEC CITY
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
I had an “amazing race” on Good Friday where we walked across the causeway and managed to clear JB immigration by 8.45am. I went home to take the car and we stopped at Kiang Kee Bak Kut Teh for breakfast. And thankfully by the time we finished our meal, Yap Fong Noodle House just opened for business. The noodle shop usually opens at 12noon but they opened 30minutes earlier that day. We were in luck! Continue reading [JB EATS] 叶芳面家 – YAP FONG NOODLE HOUSE KOTA TINGGI – MY FAVOURITE NOODLES BACK ON THE OLD TIMES
Sometime back I joined fellow foodies to Goldleaf Restaurant in conjunction of their 45th anniversary celebration which is located within a walking distance from Telok Ayer MRT station. Goldleaf is a restaurant that specialized in porridge in Singapore in the 1970s and served Taiwanese dishes to diners. The restaurant initially located along Orchard Road and has been relocated to other places and finally here at Amoy Street. Continue reading [SG EATS] TAIWANESE PORRIDGE AND DISHES BY GOLDLEAF RESTAURANT