BAKE Cheese Tart is opening its second outlet in Singapore at Westgate on 17 October 2016!
Singapore is still going gaga over these famous Hokkaido baked cheese tarts. Its first outlet in Singapore is a kiosk at the basement food hall of Ion Orchard, and it has seen long queues since its first day.
This is definitely fantastic news for Westies – we are adding this to our list of things to do in the West of Singapore! You no longer need to travel to town for BAKE!
10 at Claymore at Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore has been impressing with their luxurious, star-studded buffet spreads. Remember the two sell-out Penang Fiesta and the Oysters buffets? Of course you’d remember them because they were absolute value-for-money spreads.
The good news is, from 01 October to 30 November 2016, 10 at Claymore will bring back the best of both worlds with Magni-feast-cent Affair – a line-up complete with fresh oysters, premium meats and Penang fare.
Exclusively for readers of Ladyironchef, enjoy the buffet at a special price of S$98++ for two pax on Mondays to Wednesdays for dinner. Here are some highlights you can anticipate from the spread.
Nestled in between the shophouses on Joo Chiat Road is Sinpopo Brand, one of our favourite cafes with a strong touch of nostalgia. The cafe boasts a retro rustic ambience – think wooden tables, checkered floor tiles, antique light bulbs, Bruce Lee posters and songs from the 60′s.
Nothing spells comfort to a Singaporean more than Nasi Lemak and Hor Fun – which is exactly what Sinpopo Brand is known for. However, what distinguishes Sinpopo Brand from the usual hawker centre food besides the vintage interiors of the cafe, is how they deliver local food that comes with a twist.
On our previous visit, we shared several of our favourite bites from Sinpopo Brand. Since then, the concept cafe has introduced new additions. There is a Salted Vegetable Duck Soup that totally reminded us of grandma’s cooking, a Muah Chee Salad and an extremely photogenic Gula Melaka Chendol Parfait!
Readers of Ladyironchef can enjoy any dessert for just S$5 with any 2 main dishes or Nasi Lemak for Two ordered.
Here are our favourite Mod-Sin Dishes from Sinpopo Brand That Are Worth The Calories. READ ON
The first Crafholic Pop-Up Cafe is here in Singapore from now until 13 November 2016.
Kki Sweets — a popular Japanese dessert shop in Singapore — has collaborated with Craftholic Singapore to bring the first Craftholic Cafe in Singapore. Located at the School of the Arts (SOTA), the store is the first outside Japan, and will only be here until 13 November 2016.
Dim sum is a vital part of Cantonese culture.
Over at Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant At PARKROYAL On Kitchener Road, the exquisite array of authentic steamed, deep-fried and pan-fried dim sums served are inspired by Si Chuan and Cantonese cuisines and are meticulously handcrafted.
And there is an ongoing buffet that features 50 types of authentic dim sum – you’ve got that. All free-flow! From 15 September to 31 December 2016, head to Si Chuan Dou Hua for the ‘Nostalgic Dim Sum Buffet Feast’. There are two seatings on weekends, where the timings are split to 11.30am – 1pm and 1.30pm – 3pm (S$38++ per adult, S$22.80++ per child).
Listen up, here is the best deal – every two adults only have to pay a total of S$50++ (valid daily, minimum 4 to dine). What a fantastic deal we have here!
Singapore’s cafe scene is thriving, with new ones popping up like daisies every now and then. They can be found all over Singapore – in more populated areas in town and at the fringe of town, and much more in residential areas.
But despite the different selection of cuisines these cafés offer, there are some dishes that are just too popular to be left out that cafe owners have to put them on their menus; think pancakes, pasta, and truffle fries.
Let’s see if you agree that the following are 10 Classic Dishes You Will Find In Almost Every Cafe in Singapore?
We were more than thrilled when we found out that Marks & Spencer Singapore has brought in its range of chilled food products. Now let’s get one thing clear – it is not just any other “supermarket”; Marks & Spencer Food Hall is the ultimate heaven for some serious grocery shopping.
The walk through the artisanal grocer brought back fond memories of our times in London, when we would depend on Marks & Spencer Food Hall for our daily necessities – fresh fruits, wines, English shortbread, pastas and ready-to-eat foods…
With 600 new chilled food products – including soups, salads, cheeses, dips, fruits and vegetables - Marks & Spencer Food Hall is a destination and it has redefined grocery shopping in Singapore. The debut of its chilled food at Wheelock outlet’s Food Hall will be the only store outside of Hong Kong to offer this mega range of products.
Here are 11 Items You Must Try from Marks & Spencer Singapore’s Chilled Food range. Of course, there are way more than 10 things to love, but these alone will leave you very impressed.
Korean restaurant Seoul Jjimdak in City Square Mall has been in the spotlight lately for introducing authentic Jjimdak and Korean Army Stew that is very tasty and wallet-friendly.
Today we have some fantastic news to share!
If you missed their previous lunch deal, the folks at Seoul Jjimdak have introduced a new special deal for both the Jjimdak and Korean Army Stew – which will be going at only S$23.90++ each. This is a whopping 30% off its usual price of S$36.90++, and they are available daily from 11.30am to 3pm, including weekends and public holidays!
Hachifukumaru Ramen – an offshoot of award-winning Nantsuttei Group – is tucked at the end of OG Orchard Point’s first floor.
The 31-seater ramen shop is renowned for its unique addition of aromatic black garlic oil into the rich ramen broth.
Open daily from 11am till 10.30pm, Hachifukumaru Ramen’s location along prime retail district Orchard Road makes it convenient to pop by when you have a ramen craving to fix. Choose your ramen soup base from Chicken, Miso or Tonkotsu, and complete your meal with their delectable variety of Japanese delicacies such as Mentai Atsuyaki Tamago, Yude Won-Ton and Fried Pork Karaage.
This is surely one underrated ramen shop in Singapore.
Beefing up their game – pun intended – Hilton Singapore’s Opus Bar & Grill introduces carefully selected prime grade Greater Omaha steaks, a great addition to their already amazing Australian steaks line-up. The success story behind Opus Bar & Grill’s iconic steaks comes from their open-flame charcoal grill and the use of a Himalayan salt tile dry-aging cabinet to dry-age the signature Australian Rangers Valley OP rib.
Steak prices for the newly-launched Greater Omaha Steaks are priced from S$68++ only and that’s supreme value for quality steaks! Non-steak lovers also have new fish and chicken options to look forward to.
Here’s the cherry on top – you can enjoy free flow house wines with every steak order! Steaks and wine; ain’t it going to be a wonderful night?
Judging from the queue at the famous BAKE Cheese Tart, Singapore is still going gaga over these Hokkaido-style baked cheese tarts.
Photos of a new Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart at Jurong Point have been making their rounds on social media this week. We are sorry to burst your bubbles – the Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart at Jurong Point is not by BAKE.
BAKE is not opening a second outlet in the West of Singapore. At least not yet.
There are so many criteria to picking the right venue. For one, it must be able to accommodate your desired number of guests. Some venues are suitable for a small-scale wedding; some have ballrooms that are so huge they can sit your entire clan.
For most weddings in Singapore, they are held in the ballrooms of hotels. This is mostly to accommodate bigger groups. The ambience of hotel ballrooms plays a big part in creating the mood for such a grand event too.
We picked The Fullerton Hotel Singapore for many reasons, with the primary reason being its rich history. Being patriotic Singaporeans ourselves, we had wanted something iconic of Singapore to hold our wedding at, and The Fullerton Hotel couldn’t have been a better choice.
UberEATS is now in Singapore and it is good news for everyone, especially people who stay in Serangoon!
Starting from today, UberEATS will deliver to people living in Serangoon and in parts of Kovan, Hougang, Joo Seng, Potong Pasir and Tai Seng with over 30 participating food and beverage establishments. The launch of Serangoon means that its coverage has actually expanded by five times! And what we love is the curated list of homegrown brands.
UberEATS is a convenient food delivery service where you can easily request for your desired food to be sent to you with just a few taps on the UberEATS mobile app. There is no minimum order required and DELIVERY IS FREE!
For those of you who are new to UberEATS, use our promo code “LADYIRONCHEFEATS” to get S$10 off (for first timer users only) from now until 31 October 2016.
Have you visited Atrium, the sophisticated lobby bar in Pan Pacific Singapore before? The elegant lounge sits in the heart of the hotel lobby, and you can choose to have your drinks on Asia’s longest bar or at one of the private pods floating atop a pool.
Atrium’s chic decor and classy ambience have always been its main draw, and now, the gastro-lounge has an even more enticing reason for you ladies to drop by. Pan Pacific Singapore’s Ladies’ Night is everything!
The unmissable promotion – available every Wednesday* – features unlimited house wines, house spirits, artisanal cheese and gourmet charcuterie at only S$48++ per lady!
From 31 August till 26 October 2016, quote ‘ladyironchef’ upon making a reservation for Atrium’s Ladies’ Night and you stand to receive a complimentary 20cl bottle of Laurent Perrier Champagne per lady (while stocks last) and a further 10%, 15% or 20% off the total bill for groups of two, three or four respectively.
This is seriously the best Ladies’ Night promotion in Singapore!
Bangkok always surprises us with its cafes. The Thai city is amazing. Despite the messiness and occasional chaos, Bangkok gives us many reasons to return – and one of them is its cafe trend.
Dessert cafes, coffee specialty houses, all-day brunch food… everything you desire, the Thai city probably has it. We consider ourselves lucky to be based in Singapore, and Bangkok is just a two-hour flight away.
For 2016′s edition, we bring to you some of our favourites, as well as the trending ones in the Thai City. Bookmark this list of Best Bangkok Cafes for your next holiday to the Land of Smiles!
Last weekend, we spent an otherwise lazy Saturday afternoon catching up with our beloved readers over top-notch The Macallan Scotch whiskies and Japanese tapas. The two-hour edutainment workshop was held at Changi City Point’s Five Izakaya Bar and it was heartwarming seeing everyone have a great time indulging in premium whiskies and bar nosh.
Yes, whisky and Saturday afternoon is a splendid idea.
The Whisky Pairing Workshop at Changi City Point was conducted by The Macallan Brand Ambassador Randall Tan and Praelum Wine Bistro Head Sommelier Gerald Lu. We were taken through an informative session on the taste profiles of four splendid single malt whiskies.