Table by Rang Mahal is the less expensive branch of Rang Mahal, like Miu Miu from the more costly Prada. It serves affordable set lunch of Westernized Indian food.
The 8 year-old Song of India has achieved two things recently: it introduces a new buffet lunch (M-Sat $29.90, Sun $39.90) and it has revamped its a la carte menu, with molecular desserts.
Luke (Hungry Angmo), who has been to ALL the vegetarian restaurants in Singapore, brought Derrick (Sg Food on Foot) and me to what he considers the best vegetarian restaurant in Singapore. Housed […]
If there is a proverb to describe Mad Nest, it is “jack of all trades but master of none.” The very long and confusing menu lists Italian, Japanese and Indian cuisine, all […]
I forgot to pick up two construction workers and as a form of apology, I treated them to the halal buffet at Straits Kitchen because they are Muslim. After taxes, it cost me […]
When you enter Crowne Plaza hotel, you’ll notice how dim, soothing and quiet the environment is. Straight smooth lines of dominantly gray color for its decor. The contemporary chic extends all the […]
Servers dressed in traditional and hawker wear of the 1960s Singapore. To celebrate Singapore’s independence, Silver Shell Cafe at Shangri La’s Rasa Sentosa presents “Good Ol’ Days” Buffet every Thursday for the […]