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Hotpot Kingdom at Marina Bay Sands

Hotpot Kingdom is one of my favourite steamboat places in Singapore. My other hotpot haunts are Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant and Hai Di Lao. Hot Pot Premium Set Menu B for 2 @ $49.80 per pax some items are not shown in the photo above If you’ve been following me on Instagram or Facebook you’d probably notice that […]

Rustic European Food at Shelter in the Woods

Shelter in the Woods is a rustic European restaurant located at Greenwood Avenue, off Bukit Timah Road. Intrigued by the name that conjured up visions of fairy tale characters like Snow White or Goldilocks stumbling onto cottages whilst wandering in the woods, I was thrilled to have been invited to check it out. Helmed by Japanese-born, European-trained […]

Dashi Master Marusaya

JT introduced JP and I to his latest haunt, Dashi Master Marusaya, today. Opened a little less than 2 months ago in the Robertson Quay area, this Japanese restaurant is the latest incarnation of the now-defunct Dashi Master Marusaya Udon that was located in Lau Pa Sat. Marusaya is a Tokyo-based wholesaler of aged dried […]

Hairy Crabs with a Twist at Royal Pavilion

It’s Hairy Crab season again, have you had your fix yet? Image reproduced with permission from Royal Pavilion at Park Regis Hotel   From now till mid November, Royal Pavilion at Park Regis Hotel is serving 5 types of Hairy Crab dishes which include 2 contemporary creations that I think are a refreshing change from […]


Chef Geir Skeie at Osia, Resorts World Sentosa

Chef Geir Skeie 2009 Bocuse d’Or Winner  Chef Geir Skeie, 2009 Bocuse d’Or Winner, was in Singapore last October for Resorts World Sentosa‘s ‘Cooking with Friends’ programme. A long overdue post, I was reminded of  his visit whilst checking what was stored on an old SD card. The Bocuse d’Or is a highly prestigious biennial […]

A Taste of Nostalgia at Man Fu Yuan

Man Fu Yuan at InterContinental Singapore is running a promotion, A Taste of Nostalgia, offering diners an opportunity to savour dishes from the “good old days”. Available till 31 May 2014, there’s a range of dishes hailing from the 60’s to 80’s to choose from each month. Take your tastebuds on a trip down memory […]

World Gourmet Summit 2014: Eu Yan Sang’s Herbal Dinner, 31 Mar

Last week, I was invited to a preview of World Gourmet Summit 2014’s Eu Yan Sang Dinner featuring the cuisine of International Masterchef Arron Huang and Hosting Chef Yong Bing Ngen. The six-course wine-paired dinner menu, featuring high quality premium herbs, was put together by celebrity Masterchef Arron Huang from Taiwan and Majestic Restaurant’s Chef Yong […]

Jiu Zhuang at Dempsey

Jiu Zhuang 酒庄 is a hidden gem of a bar located within the quieter part of Dempsey Hill. Rachist and I first visited it after our Chinese New Year tasting at Yan Ting, St. Regis Singapore. Jiu Zhuang at Dempsey Hill   Initially, Rachist and I were apprehensive as the walk along the dimly lit boardwalk seemed to […]

Guy Savoy's Wagyu done 2 ways

Au Revoir, Guy Savoy Singapore

Guy Savoy Singapore at Marina Bay Sands, the local incarnation of the Paris-based three Michelin-starred restaurant, will be calling it a day from 3 February 2014. My first and only visit so far to Guy Savoy Singapore was a year ago. I haven’t been back since, not because I didn’t like the food but because there […]

Levant's Mixed Grill - tasting

Levant – Middle Eastern Cuisine

I was invited to Levant, a cosy Middle Eastern restaurant located at Greenwood, for a tasting last month. I’d heard of this restaurant from acquaintances but didn’t get to check it out as most of my friends are not into Middle Eastern food. ‘Levant’ means ‘the sun rises in the east’ and is also used to refer […]

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