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Osia Restaurant – fine dining without burning a hole in your wallet | Food Review, Singapore

Osia Restaurant is located within the vibrant Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore and it is one of the best restaurants within the island across the green city. Osia Restaurant is the creation of celebrity chef Scott Webster and features fresh Australian produce presented in innovative ways. The restaurant was previously named one of Singapore’s “Best New Restaurants” by the Singapore Tatler…

The new Nom La La may not have lived up to the same expectations from Bakerzin with such good food and pastry making origin |Food Review, Singapore

Nom La La is a new dining concept created by Singapore homegrown F&B establishment, Bakerzin Holdings. It is located at the up and coming new waterfront SAFRA Punggol. Nom La La caters to growing segment of young families and aims to offer quality food at affordable prices.   Why Nom La La? Nom Nom Nom – an expression for eating heartily…

Hai Di Lao Hot Pot (海底捞火锅) – where fun, good food and service gather around a hot pot | Food Review, Singapore

Hai Di Lao Hot Pot (海底捞火锅) is a highly popular restaurant chain in China, with origins in Sichuan province, established since 1994. After 19 years and numerous outlets, it ventured out of Mainland China to setup the first overseas branch in Singapore in 2013. Clarke Quay is their anchor branch which is not a surprise since having a hotpot after…

Hello Kitty fans to go crazy over the first Hello Kitty themed restaurant – Hello Kitty Orchid Garden | Food Review | Singapore

In Asia, wherever there is mention of new Hello Kitty themed venue, the hard core fans will find excuses to beeline and get their first glimpse. Without doubt, the first opening day (on the 12th May 2016) for Singapore’s very first Hello Kitty Cafe attracted tons of visitors, both young and elderly. There are a few popular ones around the…

Aqua Shard – Fine dining at the top of Shard with splendid view around Central London | Food and Travel Review

The Shard is the tallest building in the European Union, and the second-tallest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom. With a height of 306 metres (1,004 ft), with eighty-seven stories, one can easily imagine the exhilarating experience of heading up to the 31st floor in the super fast express lift. This is where it houses Aqua Shard, one of the…

Tasting Asia at IBIS Hotel Singapore – Taste Restaurant | Food Guides and Review | Singapore

Located along Bencoolen Street, flanked with many small eateries, lies the Accor chain – IBIS Bencoolen hotel in its not extravagant facade. However, the in-hotel cafe – Le Bar Taste is one nice place to find some good local dishes at petty affordable prices. I have tried most of the main dishes and personally loved the local Hor-Fun with the…

Tim Ho Wan (添好运) enters Singapore food scene with her 1-star Michelin spread | Food Review, Singapore

 Tim Ho Wan (添好運) was started by a former 3-stars-Michelin restaurant chef (Lung King Heen) in Mongkok, Hong Kong. Since then, Tim Ho Wan has earned her 1-star Michelin status and has branches all over Asia. First international branch was established in Plaza Singapura shopping mall, Singapore in 2014. Since then, there are a total of 6 branches just within…

Noodle fanatics will love Mak’s Noodles (麥奀雲吞麵世家) first outlet in Singapore | Food Guides and Review

With a history from 1960s, Mak’s Noodle has been establishing its famed noodle business in HK with several stores along Olympian City, China Hong Kong City, Causeway Bay and Jordan, and even one in Macau. Since Jul 2015, they have partnered with Asia Gourmet to open the very first store out of Hong Kong and it is along the famous shopping…

Find and Savour nice Durians now in Singapore Durian Season | Food Review

During the mid of every year, one will not miss the unique fragrance along the street of fruit hawker stalls. Named the ‘King Of Fruits’ – Durians, often loved by many local Singaporeans, but often loath by many foreigners. We have just managed to get some durians to try them out. Though they all looked the same – the thorny shell…