Pince and Pints Lobster Bar, Duxton

Put your claws up for Pince and Pints! Officially opening tomorrow (7 Jul), the lobster-only restaurant and bar may raise a few whiskers with their ‘no reservation’ policy, but each of their 3 finessed dishes ($48 each) on the menu proves to be queue-worthy. For those seeking to beat the crowd, the establishment starts dinner […]

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ZOTT’S, Amoy Street – Epicurean Journey through The Alps

Officially opened its doors Friday, 4 April 2014, ZOTT’S is the latest addition to the Telok Ayer area that’s packed with gastronomic gems. The fine dining Alpine restaurant, named after owner Christian Zott, is helm by Austrian head chef Lorenz-Maria Griesser and dishes bear nuances from the six countries touched by the Alps mountain range in Europe—namely France, Italy, […]

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Crab in da Bag, Big Splash

New seafood spot Crab in da Bag is the epitome of convivial and communal dining. Taking the term ‘casual dining’ to whole other level, this is one dining experience not to be missed. Expect a warm welcome from energetic ‘crewmen’ and a charming playlist of 70′s music when you step into this Southern Louisiana style seafood […]

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News: Project Happy Feet’s Chefs For A Cause 2014

Conceptualized by Chef Jimmy Chok in 2009, the 2014 edition of Chefs For A Cause happens 24 August 2014, and will see 13 beneficent local chefs coming together to present a culinary charity feast in support of Children Cancer Foundation.

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News: UK’s Best Chef of the Year at The Cliff

The Singapore Resort & Spa Sentosa welcomes its fourth and final guest chef of its Michelin-starred series, UK’s Best Chef of the Year 2012 Chef Alyn Williams of Alyn Williams at The Westbury, London.

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One Dish Monday: Spanish Doughnuts Singapore’s Churritos

Orchard Central may not present much for foodies, but recent F&B openings like Spanish Doughnuts Singapore (#05-51/52) has got us excited.

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New Dim Sum Menu at Shang Palace

Dim sum stalwart Shang Palace welcomes exquisite, winning creations by new dim sum chef Kerene Cheng. Female chefs are uncommon, and it is truly a rare sight to find a Singaporean lady who specializes in this fine art of blissful bites.

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Three Buns Out of Five, Potato Head Folk

Typical of most novel restaurants in Singapore, it came as no surprise when I was told I had to wait between an hour to an hour and a half for a dinner table on a Wednesday evening. She insisted that I remain around the area as they will not hold a table for me when […]

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Dynasty Restaurant Classics at Wan Hao, Singapore Marriott

For a limited period only, 20 to 31 July, Guest Chefs Lee Mau Chau and Au Yeung Wai Kwong from award-winning Dynasty Restaurant, Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong serve up their delectable, authentic Cantonese cuisine at Wan Hao, Singapore Marriott Hotel.

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Brunch-ing Away From It All at Saint Pierre

The next most unpleasant sound to “Homosexuality is a choice” is a weekend alarm; I refuse to be further shackled by the noise that governs me for most of the week. Weekend brunches are the god-sent answers to my love for slumber, and an equally compelling desire for a staple eggs and toast meal to […]

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Abalone Delights at Min Jiang One-North

Abalone lovers take note, the lush Min Jiang at One-North unveils a limited Abalone Delights promotion (15 Jul to 14 Aug) that features Master Chef Goh Chee Kong’s finessed and mellifluous take on this indulgent treasure of the sea.

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Guest Chef Su Zhen Fu’s Fiery Szechuan Specialties at Szechuan Court

From 11 to 20 July, award-winning Szechuan cuisine Master Chef Su Zhen Fu from the famous Beijing Chao Jiangnan Restaurant brings to Szechuan Court, Farimont Singapore his impressive spread of piquant signatures that are sure to thrill your taste buds.

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