The hot pot scene in Singapore had been a steamy one by far and of course it comes with no surprise when the award-winning Chinese restaurant Hua Ting decided to branch out with a steamboat concept of their very own.
Here comes one of the newest players in the field – Hua Ting Steamboat.
Mitzo Restaurant & Bar is the latest Chinese dining option to be added to Grand Park Orchard. What use to be a buffet restaurant, called Open House, is now a modern space serving contemporary Cantonese cuisines as well as an eclectic mix of imaginative cocktails. Helmed by Chef Nicky Ng, Mitzo serves a menu that embodies familiar Cantonese flavours executed with modern flair. Continue reading Mitzo Restaurant & Bar @ Grand Park Orchard
Its already the week after the official Mother’s Day weekend. If you haven’t done anything for your mother, don’t panic because TAO Seafood Asia’s Mother’s Day menu is still available until the end of this month.
Mother’s Day is this weekend and if you haven’t had any idea where to bring her, Royal Pavilion at Park Regis is serving up some fishy (as in urban fishy not the bad smelling kind) dim sums. Forget your hotel buffets and please, for the love of god, spare her those pretentious cafe brunches; bring her some place she can comfortably sit down and get served some real Cantonese dim sums. Continue reading Pockets of Love @ Royal Pavilion
Mid-Autumn Festival is about 3 weeks away and with the assortment of Mooncakes available it can get rather difficult to pick which one you like. Here are some of the ones that you should take into consideration.
With Chinese New Year just around the corner, it is the time again to splurge lavishly on Chinese delicacies that you’ll probably get to eat once a year. Eminent for their extraordinary and innovative Cantonese cuisines, Park Palace displays their finesse in this year’s Golden Treasures of ProsperityChinese New Year Menu.
For those follows the local television, Channel U and Channel 8 specifically, Chef Daniel Koh would not be a stranger to you. He has appeared in many culinary shows aired in both Channel U and Channel 8 alike.
I have been to Illuma a couple of time but never once I went to roof level. Being the sua-gu (Hokkien for Mountain Tortoise, to describe someone unlearn or ignorant) that I am, I was pretty amazed that there is a restaurant up there.
Chef Daniel’s Kitchen recently went through some minor renovation work. It is now elegant, classy with a touch of mod to it. But the restaurant is not the only thing that is new, Chef Daniel has also prepared a new menu.
In Singapore, there are many food court chains. But none really does it like Food Republic. So any food court can bring in the tastiest of vendors but Food Republic incorporated the element of ambience to give their patrons a better dining experience.