Don’t say I bo jio. I got lobang and you get to save more than S$100, 000!
TOUCH Community Services’ Ultimate Hawker Fest [终极街头美食节] returns for the third year with a unique focus on celebrating Singapore’s Hawker Heritage. All profits will go to 32,000 beneficiaries under Touch Community Service, regardless of race and religion.
Sela (meaning “rock” in Hebrew) serves modern European cuisine with an Asian twist. The menu, kept short and concise deliberately, changes monthly. They have an excellent selection of sakes and Japanese craft beers.
Little wonder Thai Village obtains accolades after accolades, even after 24 years of history: the food is delectable, and they keep up with the times. They have an extensive menu, and they don’t try anything gimmicky. The food is honest, made from premium fresh ingredients, and Chef Hau Ee Boon, who has been with Thai Village right at the beginning, helms the kitchen and ensures the culinary skills are top-notch.
The dessert was OUT OF THE WORLD.
For 30 days, from 3 Nov – 2 Dec, American Express and HungryGoWhere jointly bring you special menus for only $30++ at more than 30 restaurants.
Nope, not chao tah. It’s cuttlefish ink. Do you know that black food is 90% less likely to be ordered? #foodracism But once you go black, you never go back.
Rainbowly is the pioneer of customizable fresh fruit bouquets and dipped fruits arrangements in Singapore. The bouquets are stunning centerpieces to celebrate birthdays, festive holidays, and weddings—or you can just surprise your partner with a bouquet.
This is one of the top 5 restaurants this year. I really, really, really like this restaurant.
As I was eating a roll at a restaurant, my kiam siap tongue thought, “You could cook this at home, instead of paying $60! Why let the restaurant Jover-Chew-Mobile-Air you??”
Three trustworthy friends, on separate occasions, have told me that I should pay Pantler a visit. But I am the odd one out who isn’t as enamored with Pantler as they are.