Edge – EPIC Festive Buffet with Roast Turkey, Gammon Ham & Amazing Desserts

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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.

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Everton Creamery – Hidden Cafe in Tai Seng That Offers Fantastic Gelato & Waffles

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Everton Creamery, a hidden café nestled in Tai Seng’s iconic BreadTalk IHQ Mall, has some really good desserts. They specialise in premium gelato flavours, alongside waffles and a small selection of coffee.

Located right smack in the middle of neighbouring offices, Everton Creamery is one of the go-to ice cream shops in Tai Seng. We were immediately attracted to its cute storefront, boasting pastel décor, ice cream posters and a dazzling array of gelato flavours.

Check out what we thought about the place!

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11 Iconic Eateries in Singapore That We Bid Sayonara To In 2019

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Since 2019 is about to come to a closure, it seems fitting for us to grieve over our losses of acclaimed eateries that have sadly departed our local shores — including those that are about to roll down their shutters for good.

Given Singapore’s competitive F&B industry with high rental fees and ever-changing consumer tastes, it is no wonder many chains have gradually lost their appeal. Though we have witnessed the rise, then fall, of well-loved establishments, rest assured there will be new, upcoming ones that are sure to take Singapore’s market by storm again!

So, brace yourself for a rollercoaster of emotions, as we announce 11 iconic eateries that we bid sayonara to this year.

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Elixir Boutique Roasters – New Bean-To-Bar Coffee Shop at Serene Centre

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A new addition to the trove of cafés and restaurants nearby the Botanic Gardens is Elixir Boutique Roasters. This bean-to-bar café doesn’t reveal its exact location in Serene Centre and encourages you to hunt them down instead. But lucky for you, we’ve hunted it down for you!

Located at the street level of Serene Centre, the café is so nondescript—dimly lit and no signboard—you’ll probably miss it if you’re weren’t looking for it. Elixir Boutique Roasters takes over the premise of Sugarhaus and shares the same space as Fat Belly which operates at night. Still in their opening phase, coffees here are currently pay as you wish. READ ON

En Sushi – Feast on Fresh Sashimi, Mouth-Watering Maki Rolls and Delectable Donburi

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Named after the Japanese character for gratitude, En Sushi pays homage to the treasures of the ocean in the form of sashimi and sushi. They craft each and every dish with Japanese perfectionism in their work and authentic ‘omotenashi’ hospitality to each customer they serve.

With their new relocation to Middle Road, co-founders Mr Kenneth Koh and ex-Nogawa chef, Mr Kenneth Tan hope to bring an elevated Japanese cuisine and experience to every diner.

Decked out in modern Japanese wood furnishings, cosy chairs and backlit walls featuring row after row of Japanese sake, the restaurant offers affordable meals that certainly do not skimp on quality.

Here’s everything to love about En Sushi and why you should really pay them a visit soon the next time you’re hankering for some quality Japanese fare.

From now until 7 August 2019, quote ‘ladyironchef’ to enjoy 50% OFF the second Donburi. This promotion is valid from Sundays to Thursdays during lunch and dinner.

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Emack & Bolio’s – Famous Ice Cream Chain From Boston Is Opening In Singapore

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Slated to open its doors on 17 April 2019, Jewel Changi Airport will be housing some of the world’s biggest F&B brands such as Shake Shack, A&W and the critically acclaimed Burger & Lobster.

Joining the slew of eateries at Jewel is Emack & Bolio’s. Hailing from Boston, USA, this ice cream parlour serves up insanely creamy scoops of ice cream that come in a variety of different and funky flavours.

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[CLOSED] Ebi-Tori Menzo – Unique Shrimp Tsukemen From Osaka At South Beach Avenue

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There’s no shortage of Japanese ramen restaurants in Singapore, and joining the lineup over at South Beach Avenue is Ebi-Tori Menzo.

Hailing from Osaka, Ebi-Tori Menzo, as per namesake, specialises in both chicken ramen and shrimp tsukemen. For the uninitiated, tsukemen is a form of dipping noodles, and the sauce it’s served with is a thicker and richer version of the usual ramen soup broths that we are used to.

Their signature ramen offering may not rank as high as compared to many others out there but here’s why you should pay this humble ramen restaurant a visit anyway.
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