A Very Singaporean Christmas at Hotel Jen, Singapore

This year, Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore ushers in the Christmas season with a variety of festive offerings. For those of you who would love to avoid the Christmas crowd, Hotel Jen’s Fully-Loaded take away meal (S$198) that features a whole turkey complete with trimmings, is back again this year, ready to feed a party of ten to twelve hungry people. Hotel Jen has also added an Asian touch to their popular takeaway turkey dinner and prepared it ‘Percik style’ (S$198)! Rumpoles B

Rumpoles Bar, Hotel Jen Tanglin

Starting this August, Rumpoles Bar at Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore will be serving five hawker-inspired cocktails. Wacky and unique reinterpretations of popular local favourites like teh-o limau ice, kopi-c and ice kachang, these drinks were the brainchild of Rumpoles’ resident bartender, Ms Nur Veronica. For instance, if you reckon you are an adventurous person, Kopi-B is the cocktail to try. Unique and nutty, the combination of Highwest rye-infused bacon whiskey, Punt e Mes

Eat Through the Week @ J65, Hotel Jen Tanglin

Buffets can get pretty repetitive if they always serve the same cuisine. In a move to innovate and stay relevant to foodies, the J65 restaurant at Hotel Jen Tanglin is introducing a daily themed dinner with varying food options from Monday to Sunday. Crab! It's Monday... (pun intended!) Fight your Monday blues by turning your crappy day into a crabby day. J65 will be serving their signature crab dishes like the black pepper crab and Singapore chilli crab. The black pepper cra

Hotel Jen J65 Lunch Buffet, Tanglin

What was previously Traders Hotel in Tanglin is now refurbished and reopened as Hotel Jen Tanglin - a hip and edgy addition to the hotel scene in Singapore. Walking into the hotel, leaving the humid Singapore weather behind, it is easy to fall in love with the place. Quirky touches give the otherwise contemporary hotel a very welcoming vibe. Especially if you're a hipster. Oops, yes, I just said that. This will be made clear when you walk past the wall with vintage bikes moun