One of the main reasons we manage to get out of bed on Sundays is the prospect of the perfect brunch meal. We have had our fair share of champagne brunches in Singapore but one has always stood out above the rest.
What you must look out for is the new dessert bar that has now taken the place of Hilton Singapore’s popular D9 Cakery. Have the best of the cakery’s sweet treats—free-flow! This also means you are entitled to limitless cheesecakes, which are the best in town, by the way.
We were also thrilled by the new cheese room, one that impressed us with the huge variety of artisan and gourmet cheeses including a brand new raclette cheese station. The careful curation and intricate presentation of the spread never fail to impress.
Our readers can quote ‘LIC100BRUNCH’ to get S$80 OFF with minimum of 3 full paying adults. This promotion is valid for the first 100 redemptions.
Huay Kwang Thai at Upper Thomson has been around for a while and the mookata restaurant remains jam-packed with hungry patrons on a nightly basis.
Hate it or love it, but it seems like the mookata dining concept is here to stay.
Prices for the mookata buffet are relatively affordable; it ranges from S$19.90+ per adult for a Value Mak Mak Buffet to S$29.90+ per adult for a Deluxe Buffet. You will have to add S$3+ on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, eve of public holidays and on public holidays.
Healthy living has always been key, and in this day and age, making the right choices when it comes to our diet has never been easier. You can never complain about the lack of health food options because there are so many stores and supermarkets selling health foods that you can incorporate into your daily meals.
Hearty Granola is the newest kid on the block when it comes to health foods, offering a humble yet highly nutritious selection of granola that are perfect for breakfasts. They have a very user-friendly website that makes ordering their products from the comfort of you own home possible, and their all-natural products pack in a ton of vitamins and nutrients.
Readers of ladyironchef can also quote ‘LADYIRONCHEF15′ upon cart-out to enjoy 15% off your order!
Hokkaido is one of the most popular Japanese destinations known for its agricultural produce and local delicacies. While it may be a popular holiday destination, some of us may not have the time and money to visit.
But here is your chance to experience Hokkaido from 18 to 27 November 2016, 11am to 10pm.
Think exquisite Hokkaido street food, an expansive array of premium sake and wine, exciting travel packages to Hokkaido for some winter fun and splendid creations at celebrity restaurants.
The 10-day Hello Hokkaido! festivalheld at Resorts World Sentosa will be bringing only the best of Hokkaido culture all the way to Singapore! Admission to Hello Hokkaido! is free and you can purchase your credits in advance here (from now until 17 November 2016).
Event credits can be purchased on-site from 18 November at a min. of S$20 with a min. top up of S$1 thereafter.
Here’s what you can expect from Hello Hokkaido! at Resorts World Sentosa. READ ON
Hachifukumaru Ramen – an offshoot of award-winning Nantsuttei Group – is tucked at the end of OG Orchard Point’s first floor.
The 31-seater ramen shop is renowned for its unique addition of aromatic black garlic oil into the rich ramen broth.
Open daily from 11am till 10.30pm, Hachifukumaru Ramen’s location along prime retail district Orchard Road makes it convenient to pop by when you have a ramen craving to fix. Choose your ramen soup base from Chicken, Miso or Tonkotsu, and complete your meal with their delectable variety of Japanese delicacies such as Mentai Atsuyaki Tamago, Yude Won-Ton and Fried Pork Karaage.
This is surely one underrated ramen shop in Singapore.
Tokyo has an abundance of animal cafes. Cat cafes, owl cafes, bunny cafes – you name it, the city probably has it. And now, you can spend your afternoon petting adorable hedgehogs at the HARRY Hedgehog Cafe And Pet Store!
Opened in early 2016 and situated in Roppongi, HARRY Hedgehog Cafe is the newest addition to the animal cafes scene in Japan. The charming little cafe is home to a number of hedgehogs. Sip tea while cozying up to these tiny creatures; you can even feed them!
So the planning for the Big Day starts. And you are suddenly overwhelmed by the list of to-dos. And you are frightened because you’ve heard too many horror stories about weddings gone wrong and whatnot.
You start panicking. Panicking because you don’t know how and where to start. But let us share something with you based on our own experience and from our recent wedding – there is no such thing as a perfect wedding. No matter how well-planned everything is, something will go wrong. And it is only normal. Just remember – this one-day affair will only be beautiful because you and your partner are ready to embrace a life together ahead.
We are beyond grateful for the presence of so many of our family members and closest friends for our wedding weekend, and with that, we share the highlights of our wedding, as well as tips on planning a wedding.
Thank you to every single one of you who made #BradMelWedding possible!
Famous Hong Kong cha chaan teng Honolulu Café has officially opened its inaugural international outpost in Singapore and we had the honour to savour their menu firsthand just a few hours ago.
Local chefs from Hong Kong’s Honolulu Café are also sent to Singapore to ensure that the dishes served here remain similar to the flagship store’s.
Honolulu Café was founded in Hong Kong during the 1940s, where it started out as a humble eatery selling coffee, tea and baked confectionery. The casual eatery is renowned for their scrumptious egg tarts, pineapple buns and Hong Kong milk tea – we are glad that we no longer have to board a four-hour flight just to satisfy our cravings!