Sunday brunch just got kicked up a notch with Hilton Singapore’s newly revamped Champagne buffet brunch special. We are telling you that this is easily among the best champagne brunches in Singapore, for the spread features only the most premium of ingredients at reasonable prices.
You bet we were awed by the array of fresh seafood, premium Australian meat cuts, gourmet European delicatessen and more. To say we were enticed by the sheer spread is an understatement. Very often, champagne brunches come with an exorbitant price tag, and for those who do not drink, paying the premium just does not make sense.
And it does not happen here at Hilton Singapore. There is an option for those who prefer to indulge in only the food at S$88++/pax, and there are two options for those who want to luxuriate further with sparkling wine, red and white wines, and champagne.
Readers of ladyironchef will be entitled to S$50 off Hilton Singapore’s Sunday brunch with a minimum of two paying adults. More details at the end of this post. Meanwhile, here are the highlights of Hilton Singapore’s Sunday Champagne Brunch.
It is a new month, and that means a new selection of HungryGoWhere Online Reservations exclusive dining privileges!
Forget about calling a restaurant to secure a spot, just go online and book a table with one simple click. If you are unfamiliar, you’ll be motivated to know users actually get rewarded for making a restaurant booking through the website or mobile app, and they are often unbeatable offers/ deals.
This November, HungryGoWhere Online Reservations is offering 14 exciting 1-for-1 offers across 11 Japanese restaurants that will help diners save heaps of money. From Tburu’s 1-for-1 Premium Sushi Platter to Kiku’s 1-for-1 8-Course Set Menu, you’re likely to chance upon at least one promotion that you fancy. Read on to find out the Bests of November’s Japanese restaurants 1-for-1 offers!
We have stayed at many luxurious hotels and resorts all over the world, but Hansar impressed us on a whole new arena. It is hard to say just why, but everything about Hansar feels so right.
Hansar may not be the most accessible, neither does it have a superb location, but for the price you pay to luxuriate, it sure is worth it. Situated at the Ratchadamri area, just farther up from St. Regis and Four Seasons Hotel, it is not your typical commercial hotel where everything feels posh, but one-dimensional.
What is an Affogato? Well, it is basically and typically a scoop of vanilla ice cream that is topped with a shot of hot espresso. Often, it can also be topped with coffee liqueur and served as a cocktail.
How great is this dessert/drink? You have all the goodness of ice cream, topped with the richness and boldness of an espresso shot. And if you are making this at home, you can always do your own version of it, pimp it out the way you want, and enjoy it while catching up on your favourite books.
Here is a simple tutorial on How to Make Affogato at Home & Simple Ways to Pimp it Up.
We often get readers asking us for a place for celebrations of all sorts, and a question like this means we have to think of somewhere versatile and diversified. Perhaps somewhere with many restaurants and different cuisines?
Quayside Isle is the kind of place for all occasions. Very often, we find ourselves heading to Quayside Isle when we want to hide away from the crowd and take a little escape from the hubbubs of Singapore.
Users of HungryGoWhere Online Reservations website and/or mobile application are exclusively entitled to exciting dining privileges every month. This September, two participating restaurants are offering amazing promotions that will get you more bang for your bucks!
Toa Payoh heartlanders can visit Shinkei Japanese Restaurant and enjoy 50% off every 2nd diner for their lunch/dinner buffet, while town dwellers can visit Sofitel So Hotel’s Xperience Restaurant to luxuriate in their 1-for-1 signature dish offer of Braised Short Ribs and Truffle Gnocchi.
Lucky for us who stay in the little red dot, our home is in such close proximity to our neighbouring countries. This gives us an excuse to have a quick weekend getaway whenever a long weekend arrives or whenever there is an airplane ticket promo (whichever comes first).
And let’s face it, Singapore has everything we could possibly want. But once in a while, an exploring trip overseas wouldn’t hurt – for a different experience, for a weekend of alternative fun, for feasting on the food that we do not really get back home, for any and every reason you can possibly think of! Traveling needs no excuse, though.
Jakarta is literally a short one-hour plane ride away from Singapore and there is so much you might not know about this metropolitan. What if we tell you that with S$300, you could have 10 different experiences that expose you to the Indonesian culture, get a taste of some of Jakarta’s famous cuisines, and have some pampering?
If this gets your attention, keep reading this itinerary that consists of 10 things to do in Jakarta for 3D2N with under S$300.
The pretty desserts and cakes at Cake Spade have earned a prime spot on our social media feeds. And recently, they upped their ante with this gorgeous Unicorn Cake Shake (S$14.90). Totally bringing milkshakes to a whole new level!