Headed by Chef Brenda Buenviaje who grew up in New Orleans, Brenda’s French Soul Food is the place to dine at when you’re looking for some good ol’ Southern style of cooking in the West Coast.
Located on Polk Street and dubbed by some as one of the best restaurants in California, Brenda’s French Soul Food serves up an array of New Orleans-style of dishes which have been prepared using Creole cooking with French technique to invent the term ‘French soul food’.
Cafe hopping in Seoul can take a toll, especially on your wallet. Despite having a plethora of cafes to patronize, Seoul is also home to several traditional markets that provide an abundance of tantalizing dishes well-loved by locals – and possibly you, once you try them too!
It may be a little confusing to navigate through traditional market food because dish names are all in Korean and sometimes, menus may not have English in them. Don’t worry though, because we’ve got your back with this list of 10 Traditional Market Foods to Try On Your Next Trip to Korea.
The Phra Nakhon area in Bangkok is the perfect spot to head to for a day trip to experience the rich and gorgeous culture of Thailand. History buffs and photographers will love how the place is packed with historical monuments and temples such as the Grand Palace, Wat Arun and Wat Pho.
A tiring day of exploring also means that it is crucial for one to suss out some good eateries in the vicinity to refuel yourselves. With that, here are 8 places that we recommend you check out during your adventures in Phra Nakhon!
You’re turning twenty-one and you don’t want to #fomo when it looks like the whole world has had something cool to post about for their birthday on their Instagram. There’s the classic group shot behind the dessert table with numbered balloons in the background that you so badly want — even if you said otherwise.
Sometimes, it feels like your IG feed gets blown up for a whole weekend and each photo is followed with a long insta caption of well wishes. We’ve been there. It’s your big day coming and even though you want to be chill about it, it wouldn’t hurt if your party was dope and everyone talks about it for a few days.
We’ve gathered 12 Instagram-worthy cafés and restaurants that will give you a good range of themes for inspo.
With 2019 drawing to a close, many of us are looking for a place to celebrate the end of another year. If you have yet to make plans for the year-end festivities, we’re here to help: why not bring your loved ones to Spice Brasserie at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road for a captivating spread of Asian-inspired fare and traditional holiday staples?
Reopening just in time for the holidays, Spice Brasserie underwent a two-month-long revamp, and is now back to regale diners with a new gusto. More than just a superficial facelift, its refreshing new interior is inspired by the rich heritage of the Little India neighbourhood it resides in. Moreover, this update allows for a better coherence between the dining space and the Asian specialities offered.
Of all buffets, why Spice Brasserie? Taking pride in its heavily Asian-influenced spread, dining here means you get to enjoy the best culinary creations the East and West have to offer. You can find a sensational selection of meticulously prepared Asian street food, many of which are freshly prepared by chefs at various stations.
With a selection as magnificent as that, it’s time to bask in that festive cheer; end the year on a delicious note by bringing your loved ones down to Spice Brasserie for a memorable feasting experience!
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Ice cream is probably one of Singaporeans’ favourite desserts for the cooling contrast it presents in comparison to our constant scorching heat.
Soft serves are no different. With its velvety smooth creaminess and a plethora of vividly-coloured fun flavours, they are always a satisfying and welcome treat after spending an entire day out under the sun’s blazing rays of light.
From dreamy blue sea salt soft serve to chendol soft serve and even crème brûlée soft serve, here are 9 Best Soft Serve Ice Creams in Singapore.
With Kampung Admiralty, gone are the days of kampungs where the first thing that comes to mind are run-down houses made out of concrete and faded paint.
Once again, Singapore has earned another badge of honour – the Building of The Year Award 2018 at the World Architecture Festival last December – with their newest modern retirement village, Kampung Admiralty.
Kampung Admiralty, located just beside Admiralty station, is a mixed-use retirement estate that melds housing for the elderly, childcare centres, medical services and an array of food options. Here’s a guide to show you around Singapore’s newest architectural wonder.
Taipei’s Ningxia Night Market is coming to Singapore from 16 Jan to 9 Feb 2020!
Asian Night Market will be featuring more than 30 food stalls directly from Taipei’s Ningxia Night Market. Ningxia Night Market may not be as well known as the other famous night markets in Taipei—such as Shilin Night Market, Shida Night Market and Raohe Night Market—but it offers just as fantastic street food as the larger ones do and it is one we always visit when we are in Taipei.