Gila Durian, a celebration of an assortment of 2-3 cherry-picked prized durian subspecies (D24, XO & 猫山王 “Maoshan Wang” – MSW). In all my years of tastings & face stuffing experiences, I’ve never been pampered with Durian, fine-dining style before.
Most restaurants in town would be super packed during lunch & dinner, and reservations sometimes can disappoint as well. But many forget that there are restaurants in hotels, and usually less crowded than in commercial buildings. Having considered the ambience, quality of food, portion size, services rendered, and price point; I feel it is good bang-for-buck to be dining at Cook & Brew
As the saying goes, Sundays are fun days. If you want to avoid time wasting, fighting for a parking lot, and you want to escape from the crowded Singaporean haunts; to have your quiet & peaceful Sunday brunch buffet… Seasonal Tastes is the place to be.
I chanced upon the open invitation for FLS Amateurs Championship, hosted by Food League Singapore, sponsored by Wing Zone, and I thought, we only live once, and I won’t know my personal best, until I participate – so I signed up for it.
Kway Chap, to confused locals & modern Chinese descendants, is the braised assortment of meats, bean-curd sticks, pig organs, peanuts & pickled vegetables. But in truth, Kway Chap is none other than the large folds of rice sheets, boiled & served with a dash of dark soy based braised sauce.
The Landmark commands a strong following in lieu of their Intercontinental Halal Certified Buffet spread, priced at an affordable range:
Breakfast Buffet: Adult $18++, Child $10++
Lunch Buffet: Adult $20++ (Sunday $25++), Child 13++
Dinner Buffet: Adult $30++ (Fri-Sun $35++), Child 15++
At the stipulated price point and ongoing booking promo where the 5th diner dines for free, the socialized cost is probably one of the best buffet deals in town. Given that there’s also outdoor poolside seating, makes it quite an interesting experience.
Ribena now comes fizzy. Wrapped in aluminum cans, 325ml of goodness. Fear not, the fizz isn’t intense enough to sprinkle the spectacle lenses, neither is it prickly for the palates. One of the lowest sugar levels compared to other fizzy drinks on the shelves, it’s an obvious choice for both young & young at heart.
Spotted in the middle of the Orchard Road shopping belt, cited in Orchard Shopping Centre, just next to H&M. Spot “ICE LAB Cafe” Korean Bingu concept cafe, look for the entrance adjacent, take the exclusive escalator up to level 2. Upon entry, it feels as if you’ve teleported to a cozy, pristine & quiet spot, away from the bustle of commerce
Bakes N Bites 51 Old Airport Road #01-164 Old Airport Road Food Centre Singapore 390051 T: +65 9387 8605/ 9008 3463 W: http://www.bakesnbites.sg/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/bakesnbites/ When it comes to good food at good price, it’s not uncommon for foodies to look towards the Old Airport Road Food Centre, also affectionately referred to as Kallang Airport…
Two Bakers 88 Horne Road Singapore 209083 T: +65 6293 0329 E: email@example.com W: http://www.two-bakers.com/ F: https://www.facebook.com/twobakers I: https://instagram.com/twobakerssg Kudos to the joint organizers (Matrix Star & Media Flair) for inviting me to the event – one in which rekindles fond memories of wafer that melts in the mouth. If you haven’t a clue, I’m…
Crab Party 98, 100 Yio Chu Kang Rd, (Opposite Serangoon Swimming Complex) Singapore 545576 T: +65 6288 8588/ 6280 0065 W: http://www.crabparty.com/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Crab-Party Living just a short walking distance from this hidden chill out place, is in some ways, a problem… happy problem I’d say. We decided to host our relatives who flew in…
Xing Hua Family Restaurant (兴化府美食) 102 Towner Rd #01-27 Singapore 322102 T: +65 6299 5585 My uncle & aunt flew over from the UK to visit us, and to uphold the pride & honor of Hokkien descent, it was only natural that we’d have to feed them some classics from varied factions of the ancestral…