In Singapore, it is a scene where Eggs Benny and its other gallus domesticus ovum variety dominates the brunch menu. If you are getting sick of the same ol’ rotation of eggs, hollandaise sauce and muffin, then you might want to give FYR Cycene Ond Drinc a shot. Continue reading Brunch @ Fyr Cycene Ond Drinc
Yan Ting at The St. Regis Singapore lets you indulge in some exquisitely handcrafted snowskin mooncakes this year. This year, Yan Ting introduces three new snowskin mooncake flavours while bringing back two of the perennial favourites.
It’s less than a week away from Christmas, and if you haven’t made any plans you should panic right now. I have compiled a few places that you might want to choose from and they range from hotels to restaurants. There are no pictures because you don’t deserve any, however you do deserve the little help this list can give. Continue reading Christmas 2014: Some last minute places to make merry
Peony Jade returns this year with more contemporary approaches to the autumn season’s much-awaited hairy crab. Using haiy crabs Imported from Yangcheng Lake in China’s Jiangsu province, the latest Hairy Crab menu displays both a great respect for tradition and an enthusiastic nod to the future. Continue reading “The Gold Rush” Hairy Crab Menu @ Peony Jade Keppel Club
Well it doesn’t seem like the cafe trend is dying down anytime soon. As a matter of fact, the trend is evolving and MORE cafes are opening (oh I pity the wallets). Here are 12 more ways to identify a Hipster cafe.
…ok, perhaps that title was not the most appropriate one. Anyway, I am here to share with you a way you can eat decadent cakes (like Marie Antoinette) and still contribute back to the society (unlike Marie Antoinette).
Not very often do you come across a bistro or cafe that serves a multi-ethnic menu, and more often than not, these ambitious eateries fall flat on their faces trying to attempt this feat. The Fat Cat Bistro, however, still manages to keep things from falling apart.