Founded in 1999, homegrown bistro The Marmalade Pantry has firmly established itself as one of the best lifestyle restaurants in Singapore. When we mention the name “The Marmalade Pantry”, one will immediately think of their signature pastas, hearty weekend brunches, decadent desserts and stellar afternoon tea sets.
This Mother’s Day, pamper your mum with an elevated afternoon tea at The Marmalade Pantry. Diners will receive a complimentary The Marmalade Pantry Baby Pink Hearts T-Shirt worth S$38+, with a minimum spend of S$100 nett (after GST and service charge) paid with Mastercard® at all three outlets and online.
You can also order a gorgeous floral box that comes with a box of chocolate from The Marmalade Pantry as a simple gift for the very special woman who birthed and raised you. READ ON
When it comes to Chinese food, every one of us has a soft spot for dim sum—or yum cha as it is commonly referred to in Hong Kong. A classic Cantonese delight that is commonly enjoyed with hot tea—hence the term ‘yum cha’ which translates to ‘drinking tea’ in Cantonese—who can resist waking up to likes of steaming hot, meat and seafood-stuffed morsels of goodness.
Many folks may argue that the best (and most affordable) dim sum can only be found in Hong Kong or Guangzhou but we beg to differ. In fact, you can just as easily find some of the best and cheapest dim sum delights right here in Singapore.
As much as we love our cafe-style brunches, there is just something about dim sum that still makes it our ultimate go-to comfort food. Here is our list of 12 dim sum places in Singapore that will not hurt your wallet but will have you thoroughly satisfied nonetheless.
Opened by Four Seasons Durian, Four Seasons Restaurant at Jewel Changi Airport is known for its unique dishes infused with durian including its signature Durian Hot Pot as well as other Nanyang-style dishes.
It has just launched a new a la carte halal dim sum buffet (from 5 April to 12 May 2021) at S$25.80++ pax which is available from Mondays to Fridays from 11am to 5pm.
Local bakery, Edith Patisserie has opened a new cafe at 9 Penang Road (the former Park Mall building) in Dhoby Ghaut.
Edith Patisserie Cake Bar is a cosy space that will be offering a selection of Edith Patisserie’s signatures cakes, bakes, waffles, as well as coffee.
Tanjong Pagar—also known as Korea Town in Singapore—has no lack of Korean restaurants and you may be lost on where to start.
But if you are looking at an all-you-can-eat buffet option for K-BBQ, then Sin Manbok is one to go to. At S$29++per pax, you get unlimited portions of meat, two pieces of Korean fried chicken (for each diner) in your preferred flavour, a Korean stew to share, a side of tteokbokki and ramyeon, and another side of Korean pancake. Do note that the buffet option is only available during lunch.
Famous Chinese sauerkraut fish (Suan Cai Yu, or sour vegetables fish) restaurant from China, Tai Er Chinese SauerKraut Fish is opening its first outlet at Jewel Changi Airport.
MAO King Tavern is a new durian pub at Swan Lake Avenue in Siglap which has premium fresh durians, charcoal-grilled durians, Musang King Beer and durian desserts.
Previously known as Slake Restaurant, MAO King Tavern is officially opening its doors to the public today on 1 April 2021.
CAF Clickafood—a pastel-themed cafe by Boat Noodles and popular singer, Ang Juyang—is offering its signature Korean Army Stew (S$19.90, good for 2 pax) which comes with free-flow Ramyeon in the month of April.