Chef Pang did it again! Chef Pang Kok Keong who is the Executive Chef/ Owner of Antoinette unveils new menu with a touch of European flair. I am so glad to be back again to check out the new savouries and brunch dishes for Antoinette’s 2018 menu mainstays. Continue reading [SG EATS] Antoinette Unveils New European Flair Menu and Chef Pang’s Culinary Magic
Kumoya is back with new theme and this time they have Mr. Men and Little Miss. Anyone shares the same childhood memories as mine? These cool British characters venturing out from Misterland to visit Singapore. Kumoya will be the first fully fledged Mr. Men Little Miss pop-up café in Singapore. Continue reading [SG EATS] Mr. Men & Little Miss X Kumoya
PS Café Fullerton is the latest addition of restaurant to One Fullerton. The café is located at level 2 of the building and just next to Forlino. This new cafe is the largest PS Café in Singapore.
I was here for dinner few days back. Let me share with you the ambience of the café and of course the food I had.
Diners have the option to dine in indoor seatings or open-air terrace and even private dining room. Continue reading [SG EATS] PS Café At One Fullerton – Another Café Spot with Marina Bay Sands View
Starting 17 May til 13 August 2017, fans of Cinnamoroll get to visit Kumoya (Singapore’s first Halal-Certified Japanese-French café) to check out the Cinnamoroll-theme pop-up café to mark Cinnamoroll’s 15th anniversary. Cinnamonroll (シナモロール ) is a character series created by Sanrio in 2001, with character designs from Miyuki Okumira. The main character, Cinnamon is a white puppy with long ears, blue eyes, pink cheeks and a plump and curly tail that resembles a cinnamon roll. Continue reading [SG EATS] Cinnamoroll fly to Kumoya Café Singapore – Pop Up Theme Cafe
Stateland Café located within a walking distance from Bugis MRT station is pretty well-known in social media especially to the youngsters. The café offers insta-worthy and creative rendition dishes that keep people from going back again. Stateland Café and Brother Bird are both under the same owner and I have been there quite a few times. You can read my previous visit here. Continue reading [SG EATS] STATELAND CAFÉ & BROTHER BIRD AT BALI LANE
D’Good Café – the London-inspired café spotted at Takashimaya Orchard recently. So, my sister and cousin decided to have our cousin gathering at the café few weeks ago. If you think the café name sounds familiar, yeah you are right. The café is well-known in Holland Village. So, now you can travel to Orchard instead with bigger space for their food and drinks. Continue reading [SG EATS] D’GOOD CAFÉ- LONDON INSPIRED CAFÉ SPOTTED AT TAKASHIMAYA
Ice-cream Skool located at Tampines Street 42 is more than just ice-cream parlour. Located at the neighbourhood estate, Ice cream Skool also offers ice-cream workshops and host corporate events as well. I visited the place few days ago with Eileen and her husband to check out their ice-cream and waffles. Continue reading [SG EATS] ICE CREAM SKOOL TAMPINES STREET 42
Ninja Cut sounds similar to Ninja Bowl? It is actually the newly opened concept by the same folks behind Ninja Bowl. They took over SELA Restaurant located at Seah Street. And yes! More option for my lunch during weekdays because my office is just a street away only. Continue reading [SG EATS] NINJA CUT @ SEAH STREET – For Matcha & Grain Bowl Lovers
Cocoa Colony founded in 2015 is a chain of chocolate café specializing handcrafted cocoa drinks and pastries made from the Cocoa Brothers’ signature recipes. I attended the media tasting session a week ago to check out their new items that was officially launched on 11th August 2016. Continue reading [SG EATS] COCOA COLONY HAS NEW SWEETS & SAVOURY ITEMS NOW
So Eric and I met up for Sunday lunch (exactly a week ago) and we are still deciding where to go. We decided to visit REDPAN, the newly opened restaurant located at Marina Square Shopping Mall. DP Architects and The Food Explorer Group decided to have F&B joint venture which is now known as REDPAN. We were there around 12 plus and there were two tables of customers. We were asked if any reservations have been made but we told them “No”. We were then seated near the entrance of the restaurant. Continue reading [SG EATS] REDPAN BY DP ARCHITECTS & GRUB- WHEN DESIGN MEETS FOOD