It is nearly the most wonderful time of the year again! With the holiday season quickly approaching, many of us are currently in the midst of shortlisting candidates to hold our celebratory feasts at. Festive buffets are a dime in a dozen, and the decision process of picking the perfect place can be a tedious one. For those who are still ambivalent, let us help you: why not usher in the year-end festivities with a merry feast at Ginger for an enthralling mix of local and international fare?
What sets Ginger apart is more than the meticulous care shown in the food served. Comfortable in plating up dishes that require a variety of cooking techniques, the buffet line features a wide assortment of local and international favourites, each prepared using only the finest ingredients. Better yet, this year’s feast features a ‘no pork, no lard’ menu for a more inclusive celebratory experience. With a team of passionate and skilful chefs at its helm, diners can expect nothing short of excellence when it comes to the quality of food.
This holiday season, you can enjoy a five-hour-long brunch from 12pm to 5pm on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, during which you can bask in the holiday cheer as you enjoy the following extensive buffet spread: a variety of seafood on ice, an assortment of cheeses, carvings, fresh grills, a live noodle station, and an absurd amount of succulent crabs. Whether you are looking to pamper yourself or share these enticing treats with your friends and family, Ginger’s specially designed Festive Buffet is a flavour experience not to be missed!
Quote ‘ladyironchef’ upon making your reservation to enjoy 20% OFF Ginger’s festive buffet from 9 – 30 Dec 2019 (excluding 24 & 25 Dec 2019) as well as 10% OFF on 24, 25, 31 Dec 2019 and 1 Jan 2020.
Hong Kong is a food paradise. From steaming hot char siew bao to the widest selection of dim sum, and even those oh-so-delicious flaky and crumbly egg tarts that warm your soul; there’s something for everyone.
Unfortunately, not all of us have the privilege to travel abroad. Thus, we have compiled a list of well-known Hong Kong eateries that have opened their doors in Singapore and won our hearts over.
Here is a list of 13 Popular Hong Kong Eateries Open In Singapore That Make It A Cantonese Food Heaven.
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.
A fit, well-balanced lifestyle is all the rage right now — as we become increasingly particular about consuming healthier food options, hawker stalls have also doled out more nutritious dining choices in their menus to encourage us to eat healthily.
Gone are the days of salt-laden or greasy hawker food, as these hawkers are serving low-calorie food choices and using healthier ingredients such as healthier cooking oils, wholegrains as well as lower-sugar drinks.
For the uninitiated, eating more wholegrains are full of nutrients and aids in reducing the risk of developing chronic diseases such as heart diseases, diabetes and certain cancers. Those who have been feasting during the festive season will be happy to know that wholegrains may help you to manage your weight as they provide bulk to the diet. This promotes the feeling of fullness and helps reduce the risk of overeating!
These healthier meal options will be here to stay, as they are part of the stall’s permanent core menu offerings. Diners can expect various hawker stalls serving different items — from savoury snacks such as toasts or Min Jiang Kueh to the well-loved Hainanese Chicken Rice — to be actively participating in the Healthier Dining Programme.
Here are five different hawker stalls in Singapore that have rolled out wholegrain options in their menu!
Tucked away in the palatial JW Marriott Singapore South Beach is Beach Road Kitchen, a modern all-day dining establishment that aims to take diners on an epic, gastronomic journey.
Beach Road Kitchen was built in honour of the old Beach Road Market that first started out in 1873. Staying true to its roots, the place has never stopped believing in the importance of fresh produce and quality food, which is an ideology that the folks here at Beach Road Kitchen firmly believe in.
From indulgent brunch classics such as Eggs Benedict to spiced up local delights such as Lobster Laksa, this lavish brunch buffet is an epicurean feast that will be the highlight of your Sunday. There is no better way to spend a lazy day than at a sumptuous Sunday Brunch at Beach Road Kitchen.
It’s S$168++ per adult for the champagne brunch which comes with free-flow champagne, wine and beer.
On top of that, quote ladyironchef upon making your reservation to enjoy 50% OFF every second diner (terms and conditions apply) for the Sunday brunch at Beach Road Kitchen from now until 30th Dec 2019.
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!
You may have tried many different renditions of Bak Kut Tehs in Singapore – ones with herbal soup bases or ones with spicy white pepper stock. Well, for those who love this homey, heart-warming clay pot of soup, we have great news for you – Restoran Kota Zheng Zong Claypot Bak Kut Teh has opened in Singapore at Holland Village!
This popular Johor Bahru-based restaurant started from humble roots, beginning as a mere push-cart. With over 40 years of experience and cooking their special herbal Bak Kut Teh over a charcoal flame, they are undoubtedly one of the best Bak Kut Teh restaurants in Malaysia.
We had a taste of their dishes including their Signature Claypot Bak Kut Teh, Braised Pork Leg and their White Pepper Pig’s Maw Soup. Check out what are the dishes you can look forward to at the new Kota Zheng Zong Bak Kut Teh Singapore.
Those who do not go to the area often will think of Ubi as a very remote place with nothing more than just industrial buildings and perhaps a couple of coffee shops. It doesn’t help that its name is so similar to the word ‘ulu’.
However, though unexplored by many, the area has tons of hidden food gems serving the cheapest and most delicious food around. Here is our list of 7 places that you may wish to check out, no matter if you’re working around the area or not!