Pool Grill located at Level 5 of Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel has the best poolside dining view. I was invited over to try out their new dishes from their ala-carte menu and their current on-going promotion item recently. The new dishes from ala-carte menu are available from 17 September 2018 onwards. Continue reading [SG EATS] Spot the New Dishes from Pool Grill | Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
It has been a while since I had dinner with my family members. We attended a talk around Ubi area and decided to visit Le Chasseur for dinner recently.
Le Chasseur is owned by well-known Chef Andy Lim. If you google online, there are quite a number of food reviews about him and this place. The Chinese zi char place was previously located along New Bridge Road and relocated to current place at Eunos Industrial estate. Continue reading [SG EATS] Le Chasseur – Famous for Claypot Rice
Yellow Pot located at Six Senses Singapore is a modern Chinese restaurant and bar that stands out for its commitment to wellness and sustainability. The restaurant focuses on delivering classic and innovative Chinese cuisine that favours healthful, organic and sustainably-sourced ingredients, paired with artisanal cocktails crafted using traditional herbs and botanicals. Chef Sebastian Goh helms the restaurant’s well-balanced and sustainably driven Chinese culinary experience. Continue reading [SG EATS] Yellow Pot At Six Senses Singapore – Not Your Usual Chinese Menu On Health & Sustainability
Open Farm Community (OFC) located at Minden road is not just a regular restaurant but also a Singapore revolutionary community food project. Believe it or not! My first time here since it has opened two year ago. OFC, a Spa Espirit Group (SEG) collaboration with Edible Garden City (EGC) welcomes new Head chef Oliver Truesdale-Jutras and Sous chef Phoebe Oviedo, who will be leading the culinary team with Philippe Chin appointed as the Wine & Operations Manager. Continue reading [SG EATS] Open Farm Community –New Menu By New Culinary Team
We tend to eat out most of the time everyday, don’t we? Not sure about you but I tend to search for new food places to explore. Singapore’s food and beverage industry has been booming all the time. We keep seeing new concept restaurants opening every other day. And as compare with other countries, Singapore offers international cuisines from all over the world.
Having said that eating out or frequent food hunt is actually not financial savvy. My friends will ask me if I have any lobang / discount on any restaurants or food places. So, I was thinking why not I list down the mobile food apps I know that can help to save or earn points/miles at the same time? Continue reading [SG EATS] 7 Food Apps To Save & Earn Money Eating Out in Singapore
Ding Dong first opened in 2013 at Ann Siang Hill has since relocated to Amoy Street since 2016. Believe it or not but this is my first visit here. The restaurant offers innovative dishes that meld familiar and traditional flavours of Asian cuisine with innovative plating, and modern, progressive culinary techniques. Continue reading [SG EATS] Ding Dong At Amoy Street- New Creation Menu
This is my second time to Mad for Garlic restaurant and this time round with my family over the weekend. My parents are in town and my dad calls the shot. I showed him the list of the participating restaurants on The Entertainer App and he decided on this. We walked over from Carlton Hotel and it took us approximately 20-30minutes walk. Continue reading [SG EATS] Dinner At Mad For Garlic Suntec City Mall
Uni Gallery by OosterBay located in the basement of The Plaza along Beach Road is an uni speciality restaurant. I did not know the existence of The Plaza until I was here for the uni (sea urchin) dishes. The restaurant is owned by an online seafood supplier who brings in overseas shipment in weekly basis. With the resources on hand, they decided to open Uni Gallery to cater the delicacies with a competitive pricing. Continue reading [SG EATS] Uni Gallery by OosterBay- Uni Lovers’ Paradise
Does the title remind you of Five Ten? Yes, you are right! The Salted Plum is the same folks behind Five Ten (Closed) at North Bridge Road. This new concept restaurant took over the defunct Bakbak Bak Kut Teh. The Salted Plum has a strong selling point, which is their lunch bowls at S$10.00 and dining dishes starting from S$5.00 onwards. The price definitely attracts the attention of customers. Continue reading [SG EATS] The Salted Plum At Circular Road- Taiwanese Fare From S$5.00 onwards
Skyve Wine Bistro located at Winstedt Road offers hearty modern bistro fare. I visited the bistro recently to check out their new menu inspired by Chef Jachin Tan. Chef Jachin has recently joined her sister, Celine Tan and it is a family partnership bistro that opened its door in November 2011. Continue reading [SG EATS] Skyve Wine Bistro At Winstedt Road