Christmas Dinner 2013 Special
Every December, the world gets excited about the biggest festive season of the year – Christmas. And because it is such a joyous and important celebration, everyone wants to treat themselves to something special. Of turkeys, candy canes, poinsettias, mistletoes and log cakes; and how can we miss out on that enchanted dinner?
There is something comforting, something heartwarming, and something enthralling about Christmas dinners. Think of a feast with your loved ones; a table of sumptuous Christmas delights, laughter and love; that familiar fuzzy feeling we all countdown to every year.
For our guide this year, we have shortlisted 8 brands that are worth looking out for when you plan for that much awaited Christmas dinner. We are stoked to share with you a list of restaurants – inexpensive and luxurious ones – for that festive indulgence, and here’s to treating your palate with these selections:
One of the main problems everyone faces during the festive periods is to choose a suitable place which serves good food at reasonable prices. Most restaurants tend to jack up their prices during Christmas. And that has in turn deterred people from wining and dining during the supposed joyous occasion. But thanks to Santa we still have pocket-friendly options around, and nydc is one of them.
This Christmas, the household name has put together a Christmas menu which will run from 18 November till 31 December 2013, and for 2013′s theme, it is heavily inspired by Santa – to spread joy. nydc’s Christmas specials will definitely spoil your palates without having to break the bank! The small plates are only S$9.80, while the big plates range from S$16.80 for the Traditional Cornish Hen, to S$28.80 for a 230g Wagyu Steak Frites. A mini log cake is also available at S$6.80. With such irresistible offerings, there is really no need for second thoughts about stepping in to the comfortable diner with your loved ones to celebrate Christmas, and to create memories to conclude the year.
I had a Christmas party with 30 of my readers at nydc last week and we sampled 10 of the new festive dishes from nydc’s Christmas menu for 2013. It goes without saying that everyone left with very happy tummies and a night of memories to always remember.
Here are the highlights of the festive dishes that we had at nydc’s Christmas party.
Christmas is almost here, and I am sure everyone is busy shopping for gifts and planning for parties. From the hottest restaurants to nice and affordable cafes, we select a list of places to consider for Christmas Dinner in Singapore.
My Christmas post is a little late this year as I just got back from Europe two days ago. If you are still looking for a nice and romantic restaurant to celebrate this special occasion, here are some suggestions for Christmas Dinner in Singapore 2011.
I know there are people who put food as the main priority and it doesn’t matter if there isn’t any ambiance. But we are talking about Christmas after-all. It’s a special occasion, so choose a nice and romantic restaurant for your Xmas Dinner. Christmas is just another excuse for us to feast like kings and queens.
Here’s a list of Romantic Restaurants to have your Christmas Dinner for 2
Updated: Read my list of Valentine’s Day Restaurant: 2011 Edition for more choices, and my guide to Valentine’s Day Gifts: Food Edition.
Saint Valentine’s is a strange little thing, it comes and leaves in a hurry, but memories will always stay behind. Even though it is a day where retailers, florists and restaurateurs rejoice – I believe in Valentine’s day. The idea behind it (less the commercialise plots), is very sacred; Valentine’s is all about you and me.
Have you decided on a romantic restaurant for your Valentine’s Day Dinner?
Epicurious, located on the banks of Robertson Quay, has been in operations for close to 6 years now. The restaurant is the brainchild of the duo owners, Helena and Sharon. The concept for the restaurant is like a neighbour joint, serving casual food where you can chill out and enjoy a meal without any qualms.
Bistro One Zero Three sounds quite interesting right? Being the inquisitive me, i was naturally attracted to the name, and hence the visit to the place. Located at Pasir Panjang, its not a place where you’ll imagine a restaurant like Bistro One Zero Three will be situated. Nevertheless, the ‘ulu’ place makes it fun to go to, as though like we are on a food-hunting trait.
Initially we thought it was near the Haw Par Villa area, so we started looking for it there, but then how wrong we were, Bistro One Zero Three is at the other end of Pasir Panjang Road, quite near to PSA Building. If you are going there by train, i suggest stopping at HarbourFront and take a bus there, its only a couple of bus-stops away from HarbourFront.