Back to Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant Jiang-Nan Chun at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore for their six-course Summer Menu this season. This seasonal menu is designed by Executive Chinese Chef Tim Lam that is intended to nourish and aid wellness during the warm season, and each dish is thoughtfully crafted to relieve, rebalance and reenergise. Continue reading [SG EATS] Michelin-Starred Jiang-Nan Chun At Four Seasons Hotel Singapore – Six- Course Summer Seasonal Menu
One-Ninety Bar, Four Seasons Hotel Singapore has recently launched Floral Weekend Afternoon Tea. This afternoon tea is available on all weekends (2-5pm) from now till 1 September 2019. The tea set is specially crafted by Pastry Chef Audrey Yee, graduate of the renowned Le Cordon Bleu School in London. Continue reading [SG EATS] A Floral Weekend Afternoon Tea At One-Ninety Bar | Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
One-Ninety at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore has re-opened with botanical transformation. This restaurant space is poised to tease and please with its Asian twist on wholesome Provencal cuisine. The heritage-botanical inspiration is an extension from the recent transformation of their hotel’s rooms and suites. Continue reading [SG EATS] One-Ninety At Four Seasons Hotel Singapore- Botanical Inspired Modern Asian Brasserie
Jiang Nan Chun at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore welcomes this Chinese New Year with various Lunar New Year set menus specially crafted by Executive Chinese Chef Tim Lam. The set menus are available at S$148.00++, S$178.00++ and S$228.00++ per person for 6 courses, and range from S$1,088.00++ per table of 8 pax to S$5,688.00++ per table of 10 persons for 8 courses. Continue reading [SG EATS] Celebrate Chinese New Year with Jiang Nan Chun (江南春), | Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
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