The Marmalade Pantry has launched its classic goodies sets to welcome Chinese New Year, and it is definitely something to be excited about! The Lunar New Year festivities are all about getting together with our loved ones, and in the spirit of celebration, we express our love for our family, we chat, we laugh, and we feast to our heart’s content.
Chinese New Year is always filled with lots of good food, and gifting snacks to our loved ones is a joy on its own. Everybody loves CNY goodies, and we can snack all day at family gatherings, ain’t it?
This CNY, The Marmalade Pantry has prepared three seasonal gift sets—The Traditional Classics (S$60+), The Signature Collection (S$80+) and The Grand Treasures (S$138+). Pick up any of these three when you go house visiting, and the host is bound to love you.
Beat the snaking queues with The Marmalade Pantry’s first-ever beloved snack offering – The Traditional Petite Chicken Bak Kwa. Packaged in a beautiful metallic pink box, these slices of goodness are made with chicken thigh meat, prepared using a traditional charcoal-smoking process and barbequed over woodfire to impart a savoury, smoky flavour.
Order your CNY goodies online from https://delivery.themarmaladepantry.com.sg/en_SG
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Looking for a perfect getaway from the concrete jungle?
Arteastiq De Patio is a new tropical garden-themed cafe at Plaza Singapura by the Arteastiq group. Known for its elegant afternoon tea affair, all-day brunch menu and freestyle art jamming, Arteastiq is one of our favourite hangout spots in town.
From brunch to pasta, artisanal pizzas and tea blends, Arteastiq DePatio has something for everyone. The new casual dining concept has an affordable menu with many dishes priced around S$16 and there are also more family-friendly sharing plates for communal dining.
Here are some deliciously beautiful dishes that you have to try when you dine at Arteastiq DePatio.
Christmas always means lots of family feasting, and this year, without any travels, all the more we should treat ourselves to some superb meals to conclude the otherwise gloomy year.
Planning a gathering and want somewhere centralized and convenient for everyone to meet? There are 9 restaurants at Shaw Centre for you to check out and celebrate Christmas at. Everyone knows Shaw Centre for its cinema but their F&B options are way better and more exciting. You can go there for 2 meals a day x one week and still not get bored of dining there, because there is just so much to eat!
There are cuisines of different sorts to please all kinds of palates and to spice things up, they’ve got festive specials and promotions all lined up. Here are 9 restaurants at Shaw Centre and Shaw House where you can celebrate Christmas with your loved ones over good food.
Kanada-Ya Singapore will be opening its 4th outlet at Paragon on 19 Dec 2020!
Established in 2009 in the small town of Yukuhashi, Fukuoka, Japan which is also Mr Kanada hometown Kanada-Ya has since expanded to 16 outlets worldwide-2 in Japan, 3 in London, 6 in Hong Kong, 1 in Barcelona, and now 4 in Singapore. Four!
We first tried Kanada-ya’s ramen in London back in 2016 and it is our must-visit restaurant in London ever since. For the uninitiated, Kanada-ya specialises in Tonkotsu ramen. Their rendition is aromatic, authentic and very very satisfying.
Kanada-ya will be opening a 55-seater restaurant at Paragon and to celebrate the opening, it will be offering 100% unlimited cash rebate with no minimum spend and no cap from 19 – 21 December 2020. If you haven’t tried their ramen, this is the best time to do so.
To be very honest, we are not big fans of oats. Yes, we know this popular superfood has numerous health benefits—which is why we should be eating it more—but oats can be pretty boring and we are sure we aren’t the only ones who think this way.
We are the kind to always dismiss oats until a friend shared some recipes with us, and we thought, “alright, let’s give this a try.” And boy, were we glad we did, because who would have known that oats could be so fun!
Here, we share with you the recipes we tried with Quaker Oats – from enjoying it as a dessert to a pizza (I know right?). We promise you will never see oats in the same light again, and that it will be a lot easier to incorporate Quaker Oats into your diet from here onwards.
We have Bob The Builder, and we have Bob The Baker Boy who is fond of cakes, especially moist and cottony-soft cakes, which are exactly what you can look forward to when placing an order with Bob The Baker Boy.
You have probably seen Bob The Baker Boy’s customised cakes and dessert tables making their rounds on Instagram and Facebook. There are over 400 designs to choose from. And if you have any particular design in mind for your cake, you can always let the creative team know and they will make your wish come true.
That’s not all. Bob The Baker Boy also has a range of awesome bakes including Molten Basque Cheesecake, mini tarts, brownies as well as the best molten lava cookies we’ve had in Singapore.
Bob is our new best friend and he will be yours too when you next need a customised cake. Or a damn good cookie. Or tarts. Or anything sweet, really.
It seems unlikely that we can travel to Japan anytime soon, so we are doing everything we can here in Singapore to remind us of The Land of The Rising Sun. Eating Japanese food is definitely one of them, or picking the Japanese flavours for food, for that matter.
Remember KFC Shoyu Sansho Chicken & our all-time favourite seasonal flavour, KFC Umakara Chicken? KFC Singapore is back with another Japanese-inspired flavour—the all-new Shoyu Crunch—a savoury, slightly spicy, crispy treat that will immediately have you going Oishii!
On top of that, KFC is also introducing a new Marshmallow Chocolate Hazelnut Egg Tart.
KFC Singapore will be launching the Shoyu Crunch and Marshmallow Chocolate Hazelnut Egg Tart for a limited time only starting from 25 November 2020.
The Hong Kong-Style Instant Noodle is a comforting bowl of noodle soup that never fails to make us happy. That familiar taste of the famed Hong Kong-style instant noodles is unparalleled comfort, and it works as breakfast, lunch, dinner, supper… anything. Any time is a good time for a bowl of Hong Kong-style Instant Noodle.
To satisfy our cravings for Hong Kong-style Instant Noodle in Singapore, we’re lucky to have NISSIN’s Chu Qian Yi Ding instant noodles! We were told that the formula has been improved, and we used the new version to recreate the iconic Hong Kong-style Instant Noodle. Happy to say that the taste is so close to what we would get in Hong Kong!
The new Chu Qian Yi Ding’s formula has more springy noodles and the sesame oil flavour is actually much more enhanced.
Here’s a simple recipe on how you can prepare the Hong Kong-style Instant Noodle with NISSIN’s Chu Qian Yi Ding.