Yan's Refreshed Menu, National Gallery Singapore

宴 (Yan) is the first restaurant which comes to my mind that serves beautifully prepared cantonese cuisine. Growing up in a cantonese household, whenever the opportunity to have cantonese cuisine arises, I feel that warm fuzzy feeling in my belly. Alongside the fact that Yan has a beautiful ambience and is set in a cultural iconic building in the heart of the city’s colonial district, Yan has kept their standard of food and the authenticity of the traditional cantonese cuisine

Ho Fook Hei, Great World City

Why travel to Hong Kong when you can have your favourite Cantonese dishes in Singapore? Ho Fook Hei is one such classic home-styled Cantonese restaurant that takes pride in preparing their dishes the traditional, authentic Cantonese way. It's hard to resist an ice-cold drink to quench your thirst. You could go for the herbal cooling Homemade Chilled Dried Longan Drink with Luo Han Guo ($3.50++) to alleviate the “heatiness” that Cantonese dishes usually have. Or, try the Signa

Forbidden Duck, Marina Bay Financial Centre

As I took my seat at a table in Forbidden Duck, the newest F&B spot in the Marina Bay Financial Centre (MBFC), I instantly felt like I was back in Hong Kong. The interior of Forbidden Duck screams posh modern Hong Kong and like most family-friendly Chinese restaurants, there are private rooms you can book to have a more intimate gathering. Being from a Cantonese heritage myself, I was very excited and anxious to try out the food here. And hearing that they were serving my all

Imperial Feast, Boon Lay

Dine like a king – or like important politicians and foreign ambassadors – over at Imperial Feast! Commonly known as the Guo Yan, the imperial feast traditionally features a myriad of legendary cooking techniques from all over imperial China, showcasing the best that Chinese cuisine has to offer. And Imperial Feast has come up with picket-friendly prices for everyone to enjoy! The dishes at Imperial Feast are skilfully prepared by award-winning Chef Wu Hai Feng, who has hoste

Dragon Bowl, Aperia Mall

This is the second time Dragon Bowl is treating us to their amazing Cantonese food. This time, we dined at its Aperia Mall outlet. We started off with some festive offerings for the upcoming Lunar New Year. This festive season, Dragon Bowl offers its customers with a unique gastronomic experience that is unlike the standard contemporary Cantonese cuisine. This time of year, customers can enjoy Dragon Bowl's specially curated value-for-money Fortune Package ($288 for regular a

Our top 5 favourite places to eat in Singapore for 2017

Another year has come to an end again and throughout the year, our team has been to many many places to eat. And out of the them, here are some of our favourites (in no particular order): 1. PROVISIONS, Dempsey We've been to Provisions twice and each time has been amazing. We especially love the skewers that have been marinated and grilled with love, as well as the unique cocktails here. And we always feel right at home here with warm welcomes from Chef Justin. 2. Audace, Jal

Dragon Bowl, Marina Square

Let me tell you guys a little about my all-time favourite Chinese restaurant here in Singapore, Dragon Bowl. Being from a Cantonese background, I tend to always gravitate towards Cantonese-style cuisines and Dragon Bowl definitely serves it up amazingly. I would always come here for some comforting food when I’m feeling down or when I want to celebrate my birthday. The great thing about Dragon Bowl is that it’s an all-time friendly place that’s also perfect for those family d

CHAR, Jalan Besar

Have you ever struggled to find a communal dining place with great ambience that serves Chinese roasts? Enter CHAR, a restaurant that not only offers traditional Chinese roasts with a twist, but also a stellar selection of Cantonese food to pair with. The Passionfruit Prawn Ball ($22) was a choice starter with its crisp deep-fried prawns and creamy passionfruit dressing. The surprise element of passionfruit pearls and red peppers complimented the dish, resulting in a delightf