Coffee is a lot more than a drink and Singapore’s coffee culture has changed over the past decade. From premium Arabica brew, Instagram-worthy flat lays to all-day brunch menu, the café-hopping trail has showcased the evolution and better appreciation of coffee culture.
There are numerous cafes and speciality coffeehouses in Singapore and these are the cafes in town that we have visited and where we have consumed our fair share of coffee and desserts. Lo and behold, here is the ultimate guide to cafes and coffee shops in Orchard Road. READ ON
When it comes to value-for-money buffets in Singapore, J65 at Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore is always among our top choices. Besides their competitive pricing, their themed buffet spreads are spectacular and the culinary team always has something new up their sleeves to keep things exciting.
Featuring five buffet themes in a week, J65 is one dining destination that you can visit multiple times without getting bored of the food; there is something different every night. J65′s nightly themed buffet dinners were such a hit last year and they are bringing it back this year with two new themes—‘Asian Seafood’ and ‘What The Fish’ on top of the current International, Lobster Rock & Roll, and Seafood Madness themes.
From local delights featuring the best of Singapore’s multi-ethnic cuisines to dishes inspired by flavours from abroad, J65 is an all-rounder where you are definitely able to find many star dishes that will capture your fancy.
From now until 30 Jun 2018, quote ‘ladyironchef’ upon making reservations to enjoy:
*Weekday Promotion: 1-for-1 (Monday to Thursday)
*Valid for first 100 confirmed reservations. Following reservations thereafter can enjoy 25% off on regular buffet price.
Monday International Seafood // S$85++ per person
Tuesday Asian Seafood // S$85++ per person
Wednesday Lobster Rock-n-Roll // S$115++ per person
Thursday What The Fish // S$85++ per person
Weekend Promotion: 25% off (Friday to Sunday)
Friday to Sunday Seafood Madness // S$75++ per person
The first 100 ladyironchef booking (min 2 pax) will also receive complimentary parking coupons at Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore—limited to one per couple.
Bringing the very best of China’s skewer cuisine to Singapore, a colossally popular barbecue skewer restaurant chain, called The Hungry Caveman. Located on the 6th floor of Orchard Central, this new barbecue skewer restaurant aims to blaze the trail in Singapore’s meat skewer scene by being the first to adopt automated barbecue skewers. Just how cool is that?!
There is just something about seeing skewered chunks of meat slowly cooking over an open fire; we love the charred aroma of caramelised fat.
Have we got you salivating yet? If we have, then it’s time to unleash your primitive side and have yourself a unique, meat-driven feast at The Hungry Caveman.
Our readers can quote ‘ladyironchef’ upon making your reservation to enjoy 1-for-1 signature meat skewers at The Hungry Caveman from 12 to 28 Feb 2018. Read more details at the end of the post.
Just a mere mention of grilled unagi (freshwater eels) and most minds would naturally gravitate towards the colossally popular, Michelin Bib Gourmand winner, Man Man Unagi Japanese Restaurant. But that is soon to change especially with the opening of Uya at Wheelock Place.
Striving to keep prices affordable and the quality of their food as true to Japanese traditional unagi cuisine as possible, all of Uya’s eels are meticulously selected to ensure the ideal quality that best matches their house-made tare (sauce) and fresh shipments from both Taiwan and Japan are flown in weekly.
Smoky, sticky and grilled to utmost perfection, grilled unagi is a hard dish to dislike, and we are all extremely stoked to try Uya’s prized dish to see if this new Unagi restaurant truly walks the talk and can prove itself to be a worthy competitor to it’s Michelin Bib Gourmand-winning counterpart.