Renowned bean fanatics, the folk at Geisha Coffee brew a seriously good cup of coffee in a trendy district of Bencoolen Street, one of the many favourite hangout spots for students of LASELLE, since it’s located right opposite the school.
This is where I drank the most expensive black coffee in my life, at SGD $15 a cup. The shop is also named after the Esmeralda Geisha, a variety of coffee originating from Panama.
It is the season of crabs and Brizo’s culinary maetros at Park Hotel Clarke Quay has cooked up a crab feast which lavishes more than 19 types of appetizing crab delicacies. Available from 2nd July to 31st August, Brizo presents a wonderful spread of not only a myraid of crab delicacies and fresh crustaceans, but also cold selections, salads, nourishing hot soups and daily bakes. Continue reading →
Set within one of the city’s most enviable addresses in charming Telok Ayer district, Sarnies Cafe attract’s Singapore’s fashionable crowd with its detached, casual interiors and sumptuous yet affordable food.
However, we were there on a mission – to uncover a myth.
“Launch of The Entertainer Singapore’s $19 monthly membership at Kinki”
On an invite to The Entertainer Singapore’s 1 Month Membership launch event, we’ve arrived at Kinki rooftop bar for some light canapes and Belvedere cocktails.
Kinki Bar is an urban, edgy bar with an ambience that defies the typical mood. Set in an open air space on the 3rd floor of Customs House, you get an amazing all-round view of the surrounding office buildings that signify Singapore’s rapid development.
After their success at Boat Quay, Tom Yum Kungfu has finally opened their second branch at an area with an equally bustling nightlife – Serangoon Gardens. Not just dinner, Mookata is now also available during lunch period.
Their restaurants have a significant individualistic style. It is a wonderful place for a family meal or friends to congregate for some authentic Thai cuisine and bask in catchy Thai pop tunes blasting in the background.
Situated in the far East, in the heart of Changi Village lies a cozy cafe serving home-style country cooking. They have a huge following of loyal customers, willing to travel out of the way just to enjoy country charm and amazing food Jacob’s Cafe provides.
The interior has a classic facade of a British bar and restaurant setting, perfect venue for a quick chat over snacks and beer. The alfresco area is tastefully decorated in deep brown furniture coupled with faux vineyard adornments. It exudes – especially during off peak hours – an impeccably charming countryside vibe you rarely get to enjoy in Singapore.
Grand Park of Park Hotel Group is a luxury hotel brand designed for discerning business and leisure travelers. Conveniently located in City Hall just minutes away from the MRT, Grand Park City Hall is an ideal hotel stay in a central part of Singapore near many attractions.
This time, I’m reviewing some of the room and facilities, as well as to showing you what you can enjoy at Grand Park City Hall.
I was recently invited to Mediacorp to film Dollar $avvy, a short webisode series by Channel NewsAsia, on How to ‘Makan’ (eat) for Less. Basically these top Singapore bloggers share with you tips on dining out to get more bang for your buck.
I also introduced The Entertainer App as well, which I feel is a bit more different than the usual stuff. Chope and Hungrygowhere do also have good deals time to time. My last tip is especially stingy though, don’t judge!
“Classic French cuisine in a Parisian brasserie setting”
It is easy to walk past Brasserie Gavroche, due to their inconspicuous signboard. Who knew behind this weather-beaten door hid an alluring restaurant serving amazing French cuisine headed by Chef Frederic Colin. Chef Frederic’s menu comprises many old recipes from his time with his grandfather, creating a timeless selection of dishes only using premium ingredients.
For the uninitiated, Mookata is a Thai barbeque steamboat that has been firing up in Singapore during the recent years. Today we bring you the best Thai mookata restaurants in Singapore.
‘Mookata’ loosely translates from Thai meaning ‘pork’ and ‘skillet’. It originated from Northern Thailand, though one may argue how the interesting ‘domed shape hotpot’ came about. I liked the origin story about how the soldiers in Chiang Mai grilled meat using their helmets, eventually creating a metal domed shaped hotpot we see today.