Fat Cow: Singapore Steakhouse Review

“All-Japanese Steakhouse”

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Fat Cow is an upscale Japanese steakhouse in Singapore serving luxurious bespoke meats, with a leaning focus on Japanese Wagyu beef meats. This exclusive steakhouse not only serves an exquisite range of raw, cold and hot starters, but is also well-known for their omakase experience.

One of the most exclusive steakhouses in Singapore, it was like striking 4D getting a private media invite to Fat Cow which I gladly took up.

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Restaurant Ember: Singapore Bistro Review

 Wallet-Friendly Bistro in the Heart of Chinatown

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Restaurant Ember, well known for specialising in modern European cuisine with Asian influence in the heart of Singapore’s Chinatown has recently reopened its doors after a short 2-week makeover hiatus. The menu has undergone a synergic transformation blending old favourites with newer ingredient-focused dishes with Chef Sufian Bin Zain at the helm. Chef Sufian boasts an extensive resume with several well established eateries under his belt – Les Amis, Iggy’s and Waku Ghin.

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Club kyo: An Inside Look at One of Singapore’s Hippest Nightclubs

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kyō is one of Singapore’s latest underground night clubs to rock the nation, in a space formerly occupied by a bank. Tucked away along the business district of Cecil Street, kyō serves savvy corporate workers with its hideaway concept and those who are looking for the flip side of life other than work.

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Li Bai (Sheraton Towers): Singapore Hairy Crab Review 2014

“Indulge in the most coveted crustacean this season”

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Named after the famous Chinese Poet, Li Bai at Sheraton Towers serves up fine Cantonese cuisine fit for emperors. The dishes here are inspired by the poet’s classical works, with Executive Chef Chung Yiu Ming creating exquisite, authentic Chinese dishes that will make guests wax lyrical about.

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7 Insider Tips To Booking Cheap Airline Flights In Asia

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The year-end holidays are just around the corner; maybe you should get away somewhere. A couple of clicks on Google and all the searches return trips that break the bank. Maybe you are destined to spend your holiday break in Singapore and suffer through the misery of everyone else sharing their vacation snaps on Facebook/Instagram/Snapchat, etc. On hindsight maybe you should have made travel plans much earlier, or is there any hope left?

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5 Spicy Foods In Singapore You Never Thought Could Cool You Down

You are panting as you briskly make your exasperating journey on foot to a sheltered sanctuary peddling your favourite lunch. Perhaps you’re thinking about some grilled chicken, but in the moment, you might just as well be someone else’s meat on the public grill. As your impeccable office wear begins to be attracted to your skin’s increasing moistness, you may be wondering why you ever left the sacred air conditioning of the workplace in the first place for a food hunt under the sweltering sun.

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Peony Jade Restaurant: Singapore Hairy Crab Review 2014

Roe In Abundance At “The Gold Rush”

Peony Jade Restaurant at Keppel Club is where I first sampled the popular Shanghai hairy crab that is typically an autumn delicacy. First opened in 2004 at Clarke Quay, the diner that specializes in traditional Szechuan and Cantonese cuisines unabashedly favours scenic locations- a full view of the placid Singapore River is featured at Clarke Quay, and the quaint road along the golf course’s perimeter up to Keppel Club exudes a certain picturesque exclusivity, though the arduous walk in was more like a hike to me.

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Grand Copthorne Waterfront: Singapore Hotel Review

“Business Hotel for Seminars and Conventions”

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Situated right beside the Singapore River, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel Singapore is a premier conference hotel perfect for business travelers and local event organizers alike. Zouk, one of Singapore’s most iconic nightclubs, is also just a stone’s throw away which should be enticing for party goers looking to stay the night.

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21 Must Eat Local Foods When You Visit Jakarta, Indonesia

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Indonesia is a huge country, and even the city of Jakarta itself is larger than Singapore. With an endless growth of new Western influenced restaurants, it can be easy to forget about the street hawker food that most Indonesian locals actually frequent. This guide serves to provide an authentic guide on what foods to eat in Jakarta which you can find at the road side, small shops and even in restaurants or food courts.

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HENRI CHARPENTIER: Singapore Japanese Cafe Review

“Delicate sweet treats for both the eyes and taste buds”

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Finally, the day has come where Henri Charpentier set shop in Singapore. How lucky for us. Henri Charpentier needs little introduction but for those of us who are unfamiliar, Henri Charpentier is a renowned French-inspired Japanese patisserie first opened in Japan 1969 and its flagship store currently resides in Tokyo’s Ginza.

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