Cafe hopping in Seoul can take a toll, especially on your wallet. Despite having a plethora of cafes to patronize, Seoul is also home to several traditional markets that provide an abundance of tantalizing dishes well-loved by locals – and possibly you, once you try them too!
It may be a little confusing to navigate through traditional market food because dish names are all in Korean and sometimes, menus may not have English in them. Don’t worry though, because we’ve got your back with this list of 10 Traditional Market Foods to Try On Your Next Trip to Korea.
With Kampung Admiralty, gone are the days of kampungs where the first thing that comes to mind are run-down houses made out of concrete and faded paint.
Once again, Singapore has earned another badge of honour – the Building of The Year Award 2018 at the World Architecture Festival last December – with their newest modern retirement village, Kampung Admiralty.
Kampung Admiralty, located just beside Admiralty station, is a mixed-use retirement estate that melds housing for the elderly, childcare centres, medical services and an array of food options. Here’s a guide to show you around Singapore’s newest architectural wonder.
Souffle Pancakes – a term for one of the hottest desserts in Singapore right now. These wiggly-jiggly stacks of cloud-like pancakes have taken the country by storm with more and more souffle pancakes appearing on menus in every restaurant!
If you haven’t hopped on the latest trend in Singapore, or have lost track of what’s good in Singapore, check out this list of the fluffiest souffle pancakes in Singapore! These are the places you can grab some fluffy stacks of your own.
Singapore’s known all around the world for food, shopping and how lush our greenery is but to locals, sometimes it gets a little boring once we run out of things to do. Other than the occasional Art Box, Night Markets and Carnivals, what else is there to do?
Well, perhaps you can embark on a wall crawl to find some hidden murals scattered around Singapore. Here are some of artist Yip Yew Chong’s works depicting Singapore’s golden years. Discover a whole new side of Singapore in paint!
South Korea is a haven for all things delicious. And when you think of Seoul, other than shopping, food will immediately pop into your mind! From bubbling pots of army stew to the ever-changing street food stalls and the well-loved bibimbap, Seoul has it all covered.
Other than the savoury, spicy dishes that Seoul is well-known for, the city is also bursting with hidden dessert spots waiting to be uncovered! Here’s a list of some must-try sweet treats when you’re in the land of BTS and Blackpink. Damn, life’s good when you have a sweet tooth!
If you were to think of three things that encapsulate Christmas, it would most probably be family, presents and of course, the most amazing festive food! Christmas is the last holiday of the year, so it’s the perfect time to let loose and indulge one last time before the year ends!
This holiday season, JW Marriott Singapore South Beach’s very own Beach Road Kitchen has prepared a wonderful festive buffet filled with traditional festive flair. This year-end affair has Beach Road Kitchen chefs sparing no effort to tickle your tastebuds with a luxurious spread of quintessential festive roasts, seafood and mouth-watering desserts.
Expect freshly-carved Slow Roasted Turkey with a Signature Gravy and Cranberry Sauce and a sumptuous Honey Glazed Gammon Bone-In Ham as their festive highlights. Luxuriate in Beach Road Kitchen’s temperature-controlled seafood haven where you can find Chilled Poached Prawns and freshly-shucked Oysters. You can also watch skilled chefs cook your food à la minute at several live stations.
With this festive buffet, you’re in for a jolly good time with friends and family. To make your gift of bountiful food and precious time this season even more meaningful, quote ‘ladyironchef’ for 50% off 2nd diner when you make a reservation at Beach Road Kitchen.
Christmas season is truly the best season of the year – what’s not to love about presents and the amazing festive food? Christmas is definitely the time to let loose, have fun and indulge in all that festive nosh.
Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore is one of the best buffet restaurants in Singapore. With their luxurious spread of savoury dishes as well as one of the largest dessert spreads in Singapore, Edge is the perfect destination for your festive celebrations!
What you can expect from Edge’s holiday roast lineup include Pineapple and Clove Glazed Bone-In Gammon Ham, Eight Spices Roasted Whole Turkey and an Oven Roasted Garlic Mustard and Rosemary Angus Prime Beef. Treat yourself to their festive sweet treats that include their Jivara Milk Chocolate Pear William and Caramel Nut Log Cake, Ye Olde English Fruitcake with Brandy Sauce and Christmas Bread Pudding with Pistachio Nuts and Dried Fruits.
If you love this festive season and food as much as us, we know you’ll have a jolly good time at Edge’s Festive Buffet lineup.
Edge’s festive buffet is available for lunch, brunch and dinner from 11 November till 30 December 2019, with a Thanksgiving dinner special on 28 November 2019, and Christmas dinners and brunches on 24 and 25 December 2019. The series of celebratory buffets will conclude with dinner and brunch buffets for the New Year on 31 December 2019 and 1 January 2020.
To make this holiday season even more special, here’s a gift from us to you! Quote ‘LIC20′ upon making the reservations to enjoy 20% off the festive lunch and dinner buffet at Edge from now till 30 December 2019! Terms and conditions apply.
Those who frequent Haji Lane would be no stranger to the abundance of cafes, hidden dessert spots and quirky retail shop, not to mention the new additions such as % Arabica Coffee. It’s truly a cafe hopper haven!
However, we’d love to introduce a bakery that you might not have chanced upon yet – Julie Bakes. This humble Muslim-run bakery specializes in decadent sliced cakes, kuehs and cupcakes and the best part is that they’re all halal-certified!