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[SG EATS] Yu Zhong Bu Tong (鱼众不同) – Pocket-friendly Farm to Table Fresh Fish Soup at Wisma Atria’s Food Court

Yu Zhong Bu Tong (鱼众不同) has a catchy name, and the front character has been replaced to Chinese fish (yu) character. The phrase is derives from Chinese Idiom, which means out of the ordinary. It is also a pun on its signature dish, the fish (yu). The fish here is daily live harvest from its farm to your table, all in a relaxed food court setting and an equally value for money price. Continue reading [SG EATS] Yu Zhong Bu Tong (鱼众不同) – Pocket-friendly Farm to Table Fresh Fish Soup at Wisma Atria’s Food Court

[SG EATS] New Station Snack Bar At Far East Plaza – The Famous Salted Egg Pork Rice Worth The Hype?

New Station Snack Bar located at Far East Plaza is known for their salted egg pork ribs rice and pocket-friendly eatery place in Orchard Road. I have been seeing good reviews online and finally have the chance to try it recently. Continue reading [SG EATS] New Station Snack Bar At Far East Plaza – The Famous Salted Egg Pork Rice Worth The Hype?

[SG EATS] Birds Of A Feather At Amoy Street Unveils New Sichuan-inspired Western Mainstays

Birds of A Feather located at Amoy Street is known for its contemporary western cuisine with pronounced Sichuan influence. Ever since it’s opening, the restaurant is well-received with positive reviews on their dishes. I visited the restaurant several times throughout the year and the food quality here never fail me. So, I am back here for their new dishes that are created by Executive Chef Eugene See. Continue reading [SG EATS] Birds Of A Feather At Amoy Street Unveils New Sichuan-inspired Western Mainstays

[SG EATS] Laifabar – “Bu Jian Tian” Char Siew Noodles At Prestige Centre | Bukit Batok Crescent

Laifabar has relocated to Prestige Centre at Bukit Batok Crescent recently. They used to be at The Scarlet Singapore, Ann Siang Hill. The name “Laifabar” is refer to “let’s prosper” in Mandarin words. The F&B was always full house and long queue whenever I passed by the previous location. They serve traditional old school wanton noodles and other delights with price starts from S$5.50 onwards. There are a mix of online reviews but mostly are positive so I was looking forward to it. Continue reading [SG EATS] Laifabar – “Bu Jian Tian” Char Siew Noodles At Prestige Centre | Bukit Batok Crescent

[SG EATS] Crystal Jade Restaurants’ Parents’ Day Promotion This May and June 2021

Crystal Jade Group’s Parents’ Day Promotion is back from 29 April to 30 June 2021. The F&B Goup has a line-up of exquisitely-crafted dishes – scallop is the ingredient that takes centre stage this year, as well as tantalizing set menus with an extensive range of dishes for family gathering. The set menus at Crystal Jade Palace range from S$388.00++ for four persons to S$1,608.00++ for eight persons. As for Crystal Jade Dining IN set menus, the price range from S$388.00++ to S$1,608.00++. Casual dining concepts like Crystal Jade Hong Kong Kitchen, Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Lon Bao and Crystal Jade Jiang Nan set menus for four to eight persons ranging from S$198.00++ to S$588.00++. Continue reading [SG EATS] Crystal Jade Restaurants’ Parents’ Day Promotion This May and June 2021

[SG EATS] SO/Singapore x Miznon Present ‘JAFFA at SO/’- Omakase Dining Concept

SO/ Singapore’s Executive Chef Hong Dingzhao has joined forces with Miznon’s Chef Or Hakmimi to bring you Israeli cuisine and an Omakase dining concept. ‘Jaffa at SO/’is an exlusive event, running for 2 weeks only from 15th to 28th April 2021 at SO/ Singapore’s Xperience Restaurant. Continue reading [SG EATS] SO/Singapore x Miznon Present ‘JAFFA at SO/’- Omakase Dining Concept

[SG EATS] Jia Bin Klang Bak Kut Teh (嘉宾 巴生肉骨茶) At Rangoon Road – A Taste of Malaysian-style Bak Kut Teh

Jia Bin Klang Bak Kut Teh located at Rangoon Road is one of the Malaysian-style Bak Kut Teh you can find in Singapore. The eatery is originated from Seremban, Malaysia and they also brought in Klang-style bak kut teh as well. If you are familiar with Klang bak kut teh, then you will know it is the dry version that you cannot find in many places. Continue reading [SG EATS] Jia Bin Klang Bak Kut Teh (嘉宾 巴生肉骨茶) At Rangoon Road – A Taste of Malaysian-style Bak Kut Teh

[SG EATS] Picanhas’ at Club Street- Affordable Brazilian Steak And Alcohol Free Wine & Mocktails

As you step into Picanhas’ , you will find it familiar because the restaurant took over The Feather Blade. Thus, this explains the familiar interior with minimal changes on the design. The restaurant located at Club Street offers affordable Brazilian steak and alcohol free wine and mocktails currently. They are thinking to expand their menu from time to time. Continue reading [SG EATS] Picanhas’ at Club Street- Affordable Brazilian Steak And Alcohol Free Wine & Mocktails

[SG EATS] Ichiban Boshi’s New Festive Menu Incorporates Quorn’s Meat From S$25.90 onwards

Ichiban Boshi is one of the contemporary Japanese restaurants under RE&S. The Japanese restaurant offers a wide selection of sushi, fresh sashimi and combination set meals. The outlets are located mostly in town areas as compared to the other outlet, Ichiban Sushi (located in neighbourhood areas). Continue reading [SG EATS] Ichiban Boshi’s New Festive Menu Incorporates Quorn’s Meat From S$25.90 onwards