Cafes and artisanal coffee shops can be found in abundance these days leaving many to snub their noses at the thought of instant, powdered coffee. Some might argue that it fairs poorly compared to the real, freshly brewed thing; but while you may shun it, you cannot deny that far predating the current frenzy of drip coffee, single origin varietals, and latte art, people were obsessed with instant.
For us, whenever we crave a quick caffeinated fix before a long gruelling day, our go-to would be, more often than not, OLDTOWN White Coffee’s 3-in-1 blends. Boasting a wide array of instant coffee delights—from the humble Mocha to the crowd-favourite Hazelnut and even several options with less sugar for the health conscious—OLDTOWN White Coffee really does astound. Who knew instant coffee could be so addictive?
New to their repertoire of 3-in-1 coffee types, the colossal brand is proud to introduce their Extra Rich varietal. Featuring OLDTOWN White Coffee’s iconic blend of 3 premium beans and prepared in a dark roast method, what you can expect from Old Town’s 3-in-1 Extra Rich Coffee is a flavour bomb that is robust, bold and well, extra rich.
Here’s why the OLDTOWN White Coffee 3-in-1 Extra Rich needs to be on your next grocery list.
If you’ve missed Spice Brasserie at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road’s Gifts of The Sea buffet, rejoice for there is an extension of its stellar seafood buffet in light of the overwhelming response these past few months!
All through to the end of October 2018, tuck into a stunning array of delectable crustacean delights from crabs, baby lobsters, clams and more. There are new additions too, so if you’ve tried the buffet and love the line-up, here’s another reason for you to go back.
From now until the end of October 2018 through Thursdays to Sundays, you can quote ‘ladyironchef’ to enjoy Spice Brasserie’s Gift of The Sea Buffet Dinner at S$108++ for 2 pax (U.P. S$65/ adult, S$32.50/ child).
Since Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road’s opening last year, they’ve been serving up value-for-money buffet deals one after another. Famed for their stellar seafood spread, they’ve never failed to delight us. Expect nothing short of a wonderful feast of five flavours of crabs and a lobster this time around.
Crustacean lovers looking for an indulgent meal will be delighted by Ginger’s long-time popular favourites such as Black Pepper Crab, Chilli Crab, Salted Egg Yolk Crab and Pumpkin Lobster in Claypot, as well as new creations such as Rock Salt Baked Crab—all on top of their regular buffet spread on a rotational basis. It’s an all-you-can-eat plethora of decadent premium seafood and local delights.
The Wonders of Pincers buffet line-up of signature offerings will run from now till the 30 November 2018. And you can quote ‘LIC25′ upon making your reservations for a 25% off buffet dinners. There’s no way anyone would let this chance pass by, so do make your reservations ASAP.
If there is one thing that all Singaporeans can agree on, it is that we love our fried chicken. And when fried chicken is mentioned, it rarely takes long before most minds gravitate toward KFC.
Their regular menu items are stellar, but we always get excited whenever they launch a brand new seasonal item; it gives us even more reason and where fried chicken is concerned, what can possibly go wrong?
Taking inspiration from the Japanese katsu—a meat cutlet that’s deeply marinated and coated in panko breadcrumbs before being deep-fried—and the all-time favourite street snack, takoyaki, KFC Singapore is proud to present their latest innovations, the Tori Katsu Burger and Bonito Fries.
Evoking the same archetypal atmosphere of a classic high-end steakhouse in New York—from their mahogany furnishings to the sounds of Sinatra playing in the background—Morton’s The Steakhouse beautifully encapsulates the classic, speakeasy-style of American fine dining.
This steakhouse juggernaut in Mandarin Oriental impresses in more ways than one, from the impeccable standards upheld by their service staff to their array of phenomenal meat and seafood offerings. Every detail—the honest selection of succulent, wet-aged USDA Prime steaks, fresh seafood, extensive and award-winning wine list etc—attributes to why we absolutely love dining here.
The signature orders here include the wet-aged Prime Ribeye Steak and the colossal 48-ounce Porterhouse but for non-meat eaters, they also serve up a solid range of fresh seafood such as Maine Lobster, Honey-Balsamic Glazed Ora King Salmon and the must-try Seared Cod with Romesco Sauce that you can opt to have off their seasonal menu.
It’s easy to feel intimidated by a high-end restaurant like Morton’s especially so in all its classy, mahogany-clad glory, but truly, there is so much more to this steakhouse institution that goes far beyond just being a destination for business meetings and special occasions. With their stellar line-up of house classics coupled with their ever-changing seasonal menu, there’s bound to be something to tickle even the most discerning of palates.
Returning for the third year in a row, Chang Sensory Trails—the annual Thai food festival organised by Thailand’s award-winning beer, Chang—lands back in Singapore after a world tour in London and Los Angeles to bring a weekend that celebrates everything we love about Thai cuisine and culture through the culmination of Singapore’s finest Thai restaurants, art, music and not forgetting, refreshing Chang beer.
Chang Sensory Trails is the perfect festival for all Thai food lovers to experience and savour different varieties and sample different styles of Thai cuisine. Celebrating the delicacy and diversity of Thai cuisine, this year’s edition of Chang Sensory Trails features 24 signature dishes by eight Singapore-based Thai restaurants.
At the event, the chefs vow to serve nothing but authentic flavours of Thailand—delving deep into the country’s rich culinary heritage and exploring both Northern and Southern cuisine instead of just your usual tom yum and green curry.
From the 31 August to 01 September 2018, 4pm to 10pm, expect nothing but the best of authentic Thai home recipes done by eight Singapore-based Thai restaurants. Are you ready?!
Teochew Traditional Steamboat Restaurant is a no-frills and utterly unpretentious steamboat restaurant along Joo Chiat Road that stands out against all other places not just for the affordability of its food, but also the authenticity and marvellous quality of the Teochew fare. They stick to the tried-and-proven methods of keeping things simple, with a myriad of dishes suitable for casual dining and gatherings
You know that this is the real deal you step into the restaurant and see countless photos of celebrities who have dined at the restaurant plastering the wall. The owner has travelled to and worked in various countries to pick up the skills needed to execute each dish perfectly, so as to ensure that only the most authentic and best-grade dishes are brought to the table.
Teochew Traditional Steamboat Restaurant is a clear hit amongst the older generations and it is definitely one that young adults alike should hit up for a wholesome, communal meal.
From now until 31 Oct 2018, quote ‘ladyironchef’ to enjoy these promotions (for customers who dine in only) upon making reservations:
- 30% off all steamboat orders (excluding seafood and beef) during lunch daily (not available on Mondays and public holidays).
- Free-flow live drunken prawns for every steamboat order during dinner from Mondays to Fridays (not available during weekends and public holidays). Do note that this is available while stocks last for the day.
And you’d love to know that at Teochew Traditional Steamboat Restaurant, the owner promises you something: if the food is not good and fresh, they will refund you. Money back guaranteed is the best guarantee for a good meal, right?
Occupying floors 25 to 39 of the Duo Tower and towering over the beautiful Kampong Glam enclave is the latest lifestyle hotel brand, Andaz Singapore. Boasting marvellous skyline views and a sensational snippet into Singapore’s vibrant dining scene is Alley on 25, an immersive novel dining concept that shares the hotel lobby of Andaz Singapore.
An F&B destination in its own rights, you’ll find various different restaurant concepts, a bar and a lounge that cohesively share the space; each of them with its own identity and no two concepts are alike. It is like stepping into a different world despite being in the same zone; it is one enthralling alley.
Inspired by Singapore’s vast and fluid dining culture, tuck into a splendid array of edible delights from hearty stews and family-style roasts from The Green Oven, charcuterie, a variety of cold dishes and locally-inspired desserts from Icehaus, to rustic modern Asian fare from Smoke & Pepper.
The truth of the matter is, whichever dining concept you choose to dine at, you can be certain that the impeccable service standard at any of their 5 restaurant concepts will have you feeling pampered from head to toe, and leave your taste buds sufficiently satisfied. Here’s every reason why Alley on 25 should be on your go-to list. READ ON