Saturday, August 29, 2015

Silver Food News - Feng Shui Inn and Kuishin Bo

Saturday is here, and dim sum fans should take this opportunity to enjoy this special SG50 promotion which ends today at Feng Shui Inn at RWS.

It is a special dim sum buffet priced at, what else, $50 nett per head. It consists of about 20 Cantonese dishes and dim sum plates.

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Indian Haute Cuisine at Town Restaurant in Fullerton Hotel

Oberoi may not be the first name you think of when it comes to Indian cuisine, but trust me, once you have a taste of Chef Hemant Oberoi's food, you will be remembering it for a long, long time.

He used to head up Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai, and more recently, he has been around the world to showcase the best of Indian cuisine as the corporate chef for the Taj Mahal group of hotels.

Monday, August 17, 2015

Fuku Fine Dining Restaurant - Eating Dangerously, Or So It Seems with Puffer Fugu Fish

Dangerous eating is not something most diners will look for when it comes to looking for new eateries here, but puffer fish dining has been part of the Japanese culture for years.

It is only recently that puffer fish, or fugu, is available outside Japan. And Singapore is fortunate enough to be the first in Asia, outside Japan, to have a trained and certified fugu chef working among their midst.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Violet Herbs - Modern Cuisine With Affordable Trimmings

Violet Herbs is Chef Edward Hoe's latest brainchild, and it is a modern restaurant found among the revamped rows of shophouses along Tanjong Pagar.

With a name like that, you would expect a little bit of pretentious dining, compounded by a bigger bill. And you would be wrong. It is more than affordable to dine here, and it is ideal for a casual night out as well.

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Shermay Lee's Singapore Culinary Grande Dames Menu at the Clifford Pier

Carefully selected and curated by local food personality Shermay Lee, the Grande Dames Menu at the Clifford Pier is just the ideal way to usher in our jubilee weekend.

Our local food heritage is not only distinguished by our street food culture, but more importantly, the hallmark of our culinary history has also been marked by the great Singapore matriarchs who have helped shape the food of Singapore for decades.

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Copper Chimney - Chindian Goodness in Little India

Chindian cuisine, in case you don't already know, is a fusion of Chinese and Indian cooking. And one of the finer examples of this particular genre of food can be found at Copper Chimney.

It is located just beside Mustafa Shopping Mall in Syed Alwi Road and occupies the ground level of a shophouse.

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

SG50 Food News - Thai Village and Crystal Jade

Jubilee year is nearly upon us, and it is no surprise restaurants are gearing up to celebrate this momentous occasion with some exciting new dishes and promotions.

Thai Village has a very enticing crab promotion for this period to celebrate our 50th year of independence.

Monday, August 3, 2015

Gastronomy at Singapore Botanic Gardens - Corner House, The Halia, Food Canopy and Casa Verde

Singapore Botanic Gardens has been recently designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site, and this is the first for our country. But for many of us, the Botanic Gardens is an icon in many other ways as well.

For our parents, it might have been the place to go to for a romantic stroll and date. For families, it has always been an ideal and scenic place for picnics and family gatherings.