Jem—which stands for Jurong East Mall—is Singapore’s third largest suburban mall that is home to 241 shops, spreading over 880,000 square feet of space.
Located just outside Jurong East MRT Station, Jem is a lifestyle shopping mall where visitors can find mid-tier shopping brands, entertainment and of course a wide variety of food. From alfresco dining to casual dining outlets and restaurants, there is little wonder why the mall is always crowded during meal times.
With so many options for you to choose from, let us make things easier for you with an overview of Jem’s Food Directory on the cafes, restaurants that you can dine at. READ ON
As one of our all-time favourite spots in Singapore for affordable buffet line-ups, J65 at Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore constantly surprises us with new dishes and themes that are hard to resist.
Now, you can get excited every day of the week with the themed buffet nights through the week! There are 6 different buffet themes including Crab, Beef, Lobster, Prawn, Seafood and local food.
The one thing that we really appreciate about J65′s spread is the live stations. From roasted meats to local delicacies such as oyster omelette, on top of a DIY Rojak counter and a popiah booth with chef making the popiah fresh on the spot, J65 is ever ready to impress and it has undisputedly one of the most value-for-money spreads in Singapore.
Exclusively for Ladyironchef readers only, you are entitled to a complimentary bucket of 8 fresh oysters from Sundays to Thursdays. Isn’t this an offer you would love to redeem? You have to read on then.
Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore’s gorgeous all-day dining restaurant J65 is an ultimate gourmet paradise if you are keen on mainly local fare. Its wholesome Sunday Champagne brunch has left an impeccable impression and we are now equally enthralled by their latest launch of regional hawker-themed dinner buffets.
J65 is fronted by Executive Chef Frederick Kho, a Malaysian native cook who specialises in homestyle Nonya, Peranakan and Straits dishes. Along with his talented kitchen crew, patrons can watch the A-team in action at the spacious open kitchen. Think tantalising local delights such as satays, kong bak pau, homemade popiahs, Penang hokkien mee and the list goes on.
From now till Tuesday, 31 May 2016, quote “ladyironchef” to enjoy a scrumptious dinner buffet at only S$35++* per person (usual price from S$45++ to S$55++). Additionally, for those of you who celebrate your birthday at J65, you will receive a complimentary buffet plus a free three-tier stand of cupcakes and an over-the-top chocolate milkshake. Stop pinching yourself, the deal is real and it is valid from now till the end of 2016.
J65′s Sunday Brunch offers an unrivalled dining experience, and it is one of Singapore’s most value-for-money buffet spreads – at S$88 nett/pax (without alcohol), or S$128 nett/pax (with free-flowing Champagne, wine, beer and cocktails).
Tuck in to unlimited servings of superbly fresh seafood, premium Iberico ham, roast prime ribs, local dishes, endless sushi and desserts.
From now till Sunday, 28 Feb 2016, quote “ladyironchef” to be entitled to S$50* off Sunday Brunch at J65 with a minimum of two paying adults. Which brings us to our next point – our readers can utilise this offer and enjoy a stellar buffet at S$63 nett per person (if there is just two of you)!
Tucked away in Beijing’s 1949 Hidden City is Jing A Brewing Taproom, a brewery-cum-bar serving artisanal ales and lagers that has revolutionised Beijing’s handicraft beer industry. The microbrewery is housed in one of the 1940s industrial brick-wall warehouses, but with a modern touch.
No, you do not need a passport to visit the shopping mall Jurong Point. But this red passport is your gateway to win air tickets to Dubai, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Los Angeles and Malaysia’s Club Med Cherating – for free. And you can take along a plus one with you too.
Conveniently located next to Boon Lay MRT Station, Jurong Point might be a frequent haunt amongst the West-siders but not so much amongst those who reside elsewhere.
Jurong Point is home to an extensive variety of Asian restaurants so spectacular that you will find yourselves beyond spoilt for choice!
The mall has a few precincts under its roof, namely Mongkok, Korean Street, Shokutsu Ten, Halal Delights and Malaysia Boleh! Each designated area has successfully mimicked the characteristics of its intended destination and boy, we were thoroughly impressed.
Now, even those living out of the West have a reason to visit Jurong Point. From now till Thursday, 31st December 2015, dine at selected participating restaurants to collect Food Prints in your Jurong Point Passport and stand a chance to win a pair of return tickets to Dubai, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea and even Los Angeles! Other attractive prizes such as Samsonite luggage bags and Jurong Point gift vouchers are up for grabs too.
Best of Asian Food Under One Roof at Jurong Point? Yes, we approve.