Spice World HotPot – Legit Sichuan Hot Pot With Teddy Bear Hot Pot & Barbie Meat Dress

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If you haven’t already heard of Spice World Hotpot, maybe the image of Barbie in a dress made of meat, or a little spicy butter sculpture of Hello Kitty or a Teddy Bear would jolt your memories. Making headlines earlier this year, Spice World Hotpot serves up authentic Sichuan flavour that’s equal parts mind-numbingly hot and incredibly mouth-watering.

While some might say the decor of the place might be incredibly over the top, the almost overwhelmingly ornate interior and dishes makes for that perfect touch of extra, regardless of a dinner occasion or just to settle some post-clubbing cravings.
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Uncle Kiisu – ModSin Food In Novena That’s Unbelievably Good & Affordable

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Nowadays you’ve probably heard a lot about ModSin cuisine, though more often than not the novelty of fusion food is pretty much a thin disguise for more gimmicky quirks than actual delights. Fortunately, Uncle Kiisu in Novena Square 2 offers up an affordable yet impressive plethora of dishes that seeks to please all sorts of foodies.

This relatively new establishment serves up fusion food where West meets modern Asian cuisine. Aiming to challenge culinary norms, Uncle Kiisu displays its unique interpretations of food where diners are constantly wowed with creative combinations of Peranakan, Japanese and other local flavours.

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9 Cheap Beer Towers In Singapore Where You Can Drink Without Breaking The Bank

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Whether you’re an overworked salaryman or a university student crumbling from the stress of whatever impending deadline there is, there’s no denying that sometimes, we all need to relax and unwind. In order to fully celebrate the weekend’s arrival, or perhaps just to enjoy a midweek break, some of us just want to get smashed and forget our worries.

Yet, the price of alcohol here in Singapore might be off-putting to some (or most), and understandably we’d need to drink a lot of it. Who’s to say it’s a luxury exclusive for the rich though? There are plenty of bars and eateries hidden in different nooks and crannies offering some of the cheapest beer towers around, as long as you know where to look.

So to save you the trouble, we’ve sought out some of the cheapest Beer Towers in Singapore!

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Dim Sum Etiquette You Should Learn To Avoid Death Stares In Hong Kong

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Dim sum normally refers to little steamer baskets with 3-4 bite-sized delicious morsels in it, but beyond the food itself, dim sum is also a culture in itself. Linked with yumcha, it’s normally the act of getting together with friends and family over breakfast or brunch.

Though it’s not so much a fine dining affair, here in Singapore dim sum has morphed into a casual, on-the-go munchie or a late-night supper option, so dining in a chalau might seem intimidating. Fear not, here are some basic dim sum etiquette to save you from receiving death stares from locals in Hong Kong.

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Haidilao Opens The World’s First Restaurant Run By Robots In Beijing

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Haidilao—famous hotpot restaurant chain from China—opens the world’s first restaurant run by robots in Beijing.

No, this isn’t something out of a sci-fi movie. It’s very much real, and it won’t be long before they bring it from Beijing to Singapore too.

Thanks to a collaboration with between Haidilao International Holding Ltd. and Panasonic Corporation, this joint venture sees to the world’s first eatery with a fully automated kitchen and staff. That’s right; from taking orders, preparations and delivering raw meat and vegetables to the table, the robots do it all.

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Go Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice – Bangkok’s Michelin Chicken Rice Set to Land in Singapore

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Move aside all other lunch plans you have because Bangkok’s Michelin Bib Gourmand recipient Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice is set to open in Singapore on 20 October 2018.

With it might be a bit mind-boggling why anyone would queue for so long for a dish easily found anywhere else, a devoted fan base of locals and visitors alike would tell you otherwise.

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Salted Egg Indomie – We Tried It So You Don’t Have To

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If you haven’t already heard about Indomie’s latest salted egg flavour by now, where have you been?

It’s no surprise that everyone’s been going gaga over it, doing their best to snag one of these elusive packets of curly fried noodles. Released under the Premium Collection, it was originally available only in Indonesia, but now you can find it in 22 Fairprice Finest across the country at S$1 per packet.

Still though, is it still worth that calorie quota? We did a quick taste test and here’s what we think.

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