Tenjin is opening a second outlet at Raffles City on 1 Dec 2020.
Tenjin is a Japanese restaurant by the Les Amis Group that specialises in Tempura Donburi and the first outlet is located on the third floor of Shaw Centre.
It seems unlikely that we can travel to Japan anytime soon, so we are doing everything we can here in Singapore to remind us of The Land of The Rising Sun. Eating Japanese food is definitely one of them, or picking the Japanese flavours for food, for that matter.
Remember KFC Shoyu Sansho Chicken & our all-time favourite seasonal flavour, KFC Umakara Chicken? KFC Singapore is back with another Japanese-inspired flavour—the all-new Shoyu Crunch—a savoury, slightly spicy, crispy treat that will immediately have you going Oishii!
On top of that, KFC is also introducing a new Marshmallow Chocolate Hazelnut Egg Tart.
KFC Singapore will be launching the Shoyu Crunch and Marshmallow Chocolate Hazelnut Egg Tart for a limited time only starting from 25 November 2020.
The Hong Kong-Style Instant Noodle is a comforting bowl of noodle soup that never fails to make us happy. That familiar taste of the famed Hong Kong-style instant noodles is unparalleled comfort, and it works as breakfast, lunch, dinner, supper… anything. Any time is a good time for a bowl of Hong Kong-style Instant Noodle.
To satisfy our cravings for Hong Kong-style Instant Noodle in Singapore, we’re lucky to have NISSIN’s Chu Qian Yi Ding instant noodles! We were told that the formula has been improved, and we used the new version to recreate the iconic Hong Kong-style Instant Noodle. Happy to say that the taste is so close to what we would get in Hong Kong!
The new Chu Qian Yi Ding’s formula has more springy noodles and the sesame oil flavour is actually much more enhanced.
Here’s a simple recipe on how you can prepare the Hong Kong-style Instant Noodle with NISSIN’s Chu Qian Yi Ding.
Spearheaded by owner, baker and theatre actor Juwanda Hassim, The Fabulous Baker Boy is relaunching their multi-concept F&B brand at the Aliwal Arts Centre in January 2021 with a bigger 70-seater space and expanded menu.
Kimukatsu—Japan’s Famous Mille-Feuille Tonkatsu—is here in Singapore at Takashimaya basement 2 food hall. Kimukatsu is known for its tonkatsu which is made up of many thin layers of pork; think of it as a pork mille-feuille.
Located in the heart of Singapore at Raffles City, Buffet Town is now officially halal-certified! Known for its value-for-money buffet, Buffet Town offers a wide variety of dishes from different categories and it has a seating capacity of 300.
Hands up if you are a fan of anything pandan! An evergreen mainstay in our various cuisines and desserts, this distinct, fragrant flavour takes the cake as Singapore’s perennial favourite ingredient. One such pandan-infused creation is none other than the “OG” pandan chiffon cake — a classic childhood treat that every Singaporean would have grown up eating.
With dessert joints quickly hopping on the bandwagon to create nostalgic, pandan-themed desserts that will appeal to the masses (confirm plus chop!), pandan treats are now ubiquitous. Those craving for a taste of this aromatic flavour can find it available in a variety of artisanal cakes, tarts, and even cocktails.
Here is a guide to 13 best pandan desserts & drinks in Singapore that you can sink your teeth into! (Psst, they are definitely worth the calories.)