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Rasa Sayang BBQ Buffet @ Mercure Singapore Bugis

Now, start your engines and race down to Mercure Singapore Bugis, as the Rasa Sayang BBQ Buffet is making a comeback! Expect more than 30 hearty local and traditional delights from now till 9 December 2018. And as the name suggests, there will be barbecued food! Enter the Royale Restaurant and you’d see a small door that leads to an outdoor patio at the far side. An eloquent BBQ station has been set outside to char and grill your meat of choice for the night. We were going ab

New Truffle Menu @ Ginett, Middle Road

Rejoice truffle lovers! Ginett is offering a specially curated seasonal black truffle menu available from now till 30 September 2018. These precious truffles hail from Australia, where they are carefully harvested during the winter ensuring quality and freshness from farm to your table. The truffle menu consists of four innovative dishes. First up, I tried the Jerusalem Artichoke Veloute ($19). This dish has a soup-like consistency and is made with black truffle espuma, cream

Otaru Suisan, Bugis+

A new shabu-shabu joint popped up in Bugis+ and it has just unveiled its brand-new 90-minute shabu-shabu buffet promotion from $17.80 onwards (for adults)! Diners will be spoilt for choice here with their unique Japanese and Asian-inspires soup bases at affordable prices. We loved the Rich Tonktosu soup base, but this is just one of the eight different soup bases Otaru Suisan has to offer. The rest of the soup bases include the two new soups, Setouchi Lemon and Sapporo Curry,

XY Hotel Bugis, Jalan Klapa

This year, there’s going to be quite a few long weekends and if you’re not planning on going overseas during then, why not plan a staycation somewhere in Singapore itself? Previously, we’ve written about the XY Hotel’s party package and how they’re the first and only hotel in Singapore (from what I personally know) that allows you to throw a party in their premises. But of course, the parties don’t last all night, so you wouldn’t need to worry about the noise disturbing your

&Why... We are here again!

Hey, foodies! We're back at our favourite Halal restaurant once again! We were invited to &Why... to try their “reignited” menu and having heard rad reviews from my fellow foodies, I was eager to see what the rave was about. After being shown to our seats, we were presented with a modest selection of starters on a platter (from left to right): Avocado and Quinoa Salad($12.90), Salted Egg Calamari($14.90) and Honey Sriracha Wings($14.90). Being a huge fan of avocados, the sala

Stateland Asian-fusion Café, Bali Lane

As Singapore is one of the world’s biggest food hubs, it’s not hard to find cuisines from all over the world in this little island. What is more intriguing is the crossing of elements from different cuisine into one. I have had the opportunity to explore Stateland Asian-fusion Café just along Bali Lane, and I’d love to share what’s available if you are looking for something that’s not your typical cuisine. We started with the Kimchi Carbonara ($20). I love both Korean and Ita

Kumoya, Jalan Klapa

Further up away from the hustle and bustle of Arab Street and Haji Lane, we found Kumoya tucked along Jalan Klapa. Just a while back, the cafe was decked with the Sanrio character, Cinnamoroll, all over its interior as well as its food. But now it has resumed its normal setting, and even on a weekday night, the place was packed! Due to their limited tables available, we highly suggest you give a call to make a reservation before heading over, especially if you’re going in a b

Artistry, Bugis

When I first moved to Singapore, I was excited at the prospect of going cafe-hopping around the island-city. But I soon discovered that my daily work routine prevented me from doing much of that. Thankfully, before the rush of working life in Singapore engulfed me completely, I managed to go around trying a few cafes. Artistry was one of them. One early Sunday morning, we decided to head to Artistry to grab a quick breakfast before heading to service. Since it is in the Bugis

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