Chef Martin Foo is the freshly appointed Group Executive Chef of Crystal Jade Group. He has launched the 6-course set menu exclusively available at their flagship restaurant, Crystal Jade Palace to showcases traditional Chinese flavours with modern twists. The special menu is priced at S$98.00++/ per person for Jadeite Members Exclusive (U.P. S$128.00++/ per person for Public).And I was in treat because I attended the food tasting session last week. Continue reading [SG EATS] 6- Course Special Menu by Executive Chef of Crystal Jade Group Martin Foo- Only Available At Crystal Jade Palace
In celebration of Singapore’s 53rd yeat of independence, Yan Cantonese Cuisine Restaurant located at National Gallery Singapore has launched Yan’s National Day Dim Sum Menu. The menu is available from 1 – 31 August 2018 during lunch hours from 12:00pm to 2:30pm. The bite-sized dishes are specially crafted by Executive Chinese Chef Lai Chi Sum and his dim sum chef. Continue reading [SG EATS] 6 National Day Special Dim Sum By Yan Cantonese Cuisine Restaurant At National Gallery Singapore
It has been 2 years since I last visited Goldleaf Restaurant located at Amoy Street. However, it has moved to Katong Square since then. To celebrate its 47th anniversary, Goldleaf has unveiled brand-new dishes as well as brought back long-lost classics. If you are familiar with the restaurant, you will know that Goldleaf was the first in Singapore to offer Taiwanese porridge in the country back in 1971. Continue reading [SG EATS] Goldleaf Restaurant –Taiwan Porridge Restaurant (金葉) At Katong Square
DouTou Clams season is back again! Putien is serving DouTou Clams from now up to 10th August 2018. Diners can enjoy a combination of any 2 different types of DouTou Clam dishes (small portion) at S$38.80. This promotion is valid at all Putien’s outlets. Continue reading [SG EATS] 8 Dishes of DouTou Clams To Try in Putien
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!
It’s the time of the year again! After a successful collaboration last year, Niigata City is back to pair with Tong Le Private Dining for Japan’s ‘City of Water’ dining experience.
Home to one of the richest varieties of seafood, Chef Ken Ling and the team from Tong Le Private Dining paid a visit to Niigata City and has brought flavours of Niigata city to you. Continue reading [SG EATS] Niigata City Food Fair Is Back To Tong Le Private Dining
I finally met up with Eric after 3 weeks and we decided to check out Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant this time. Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant is a modern Cantonese restaurant located at Level 4, Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium. I made a reservation through Chope beforehand for Sunday brunch. My last visit to Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium was 3-4 years ago when my sis held her wedding dinner here. Time flies! Continue reading [SG EATS] Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant At Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium
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
Putien restaurant at Kitchener road was awarded One Star for 2016 Michelin Guide Singapore. Nevertheless, the other chains are also serving quality dishes at reasonable prices. Putien specialises in Heng Hwa cuisines, a sub-category of Chinese cuisine. Its roots traced to Putian, a beautiful coastal town located in the Fujian province of China. Continue reading [SG EATS] PUTIEN @ VIVO CITY FOR CHINESE NEW YEAR LUNCH
Nan Hwa Chong Fishboat is the oldest (since 1927) fishhead steamboat in Singapore. If you ask your elderly, they will surely heard about it. It’s traditional fish soup steamboat represents Singapore’s heritage and memories to Singaporean. What makes them different from the rest is that the steamboats are prepared using charcoals instead of gas-stove steamboats. The soup is prepared with essence of fish bones and other secret ingredients. It takes at least 5 hours to cook so that the broth is silky smooth.