Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably would have come across some form of these spicy noodles from Hai Chi Jia that have been making waves across the internet for the past few weeks. These popular snacks in Singapore have become very popular as they are not only easy to prepare but incredibly addictive.
Joining the popular Mala Oden and Spicy Clam Noodles (Hua Jia Fen) is the new Jiao Ma Guo Ba Fen, which is essentially our favourite spicy mala vermicelli paired with chunks of crispy rice.
If you love the Mala Oden and Spicy Clam Noodles from Hai Chi Jia, you definitely need to give the Jiao Ma Guo Ba Fen a shot and get a few cups of these from snacksdelivery.sg.
Run by the same guys behind the now-defunct Ronin and Punch at North Canal Road, Gather is their new concept at Raffles Hotel Arcade that opened its doors on the 1st of February.
Gather serves both sweet and savoury French crêpes, sandwiches, baked goods, coffee and other beverages. Being a treat loved by most, crêpes are no stranger to us, but what makes Gather stand out amongst the rest? Read on to find out!
Ask any Singaporean living overseas what Singapore food they miss and we can bet with you that the majority of them would say chicken rice. Chicken rice holds a special place in many of our hearts and it is no mystery why this simple yet flavourful dish has always been a crowd favourite.
We aren’t the only place in the world that has chicken rice though; Bangkok has its own rendition of the dish and while they both may look pretty similar, they do have their differences too.
We tried out Bangkok’s famous Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice on our recent trip to Bangkok and here is how we feel it compared to Singapore’s Hainanese Chicken Rice.
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.
If you’re on a see-food diet and are always on the hunt for more of that luscious, crustacean meat, then you will be pleased to know Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road is bringing back their famed crab-themed buffet: Crabs Galore!
From now until 9 Jan 2020, expect a stellar line-up of succulent crab dishes. Taking centre stage would be their myriad of seafood specialties, such as the Claypot Crab with Pumpkin Broth and the Singaporean favourite, Singapore Chilli Crab.
Helmed by Executive Chef Vincent Aw, Ginger will also be rolling out innovative creations, such as the drool-worthy Soft-Shelled Crab with specially concocted wasabi mayo and Crab Meat Bee Hoon. Of course, they will be featuring an array of classic local delicacies as well!
These ocean gems are available on both weekends lunch, as well as daily dinner. If you are in for a rollercoaster ride of oceanic flavours, Ginger’s crabby buffet is claw-some for your next seafood hunt.
Quote ‘ladyironchef’ upon making your reservation to enjoy 25% OFF Ginger’s Crabs Galore Buffet from now until 9 Jan 2020 (excluding 9 December 2019 to 1 January 2020).
October is a great month for ramen lovers! Not only do we have the legendary Ichiran Ramen’s pop-up stall and an abundance of other famed ramen booths setting up shop at Takashimaya’s Japan Food Matsuri, there is also the new “Ichiran-inspired” Gangsta Ramen at Tanjong Pagar Plaza.
What sets Gangsta Ramen apart from the usual ramen restaurants in Singapore is that they are the first place in Singapore to emulate Ichiran Ramen’s private ramen dining concept! Their prices are also NETT, with no GST or service charge.
The relatable and adorable lazy egg Gudetama Cafe in Singapore is closing on 17 November 2019, since it first opened to much fanfare on 30 November 2016.
While Bangkok is well-known for its shopping and food scene, it also boasts an incredibly rich and unique history. If you want to immerse yourself in Bangkok’s beautiful culture but you don’t know where to start, one of the places that you need to add to your Bangkok itinerary is the Grand Palace.
Located in the old city of Bangkok on the banks of the famous Chao Phraya river, this majestic, sacred landmark is nothing short of breathtaking. We recommend that you visit this along with other famous sites such as Wat Arun and Wat Pho, which are all a short distance from each other.