“Penang Heritage Buffet”
The Copthorne King’s Hotel’s Princess Terrace has a famed reputation in serving up the most authentic Penang Cuisine buffet. After all the international buffets I’ve tried, this was quite a unique niche concept that not many there hotel restaurants do.
To preserve the rich Penang food culture and heritage, Chef Lim and his culinary team have been meticulously ensuring that the food prepared at Princess Terrace utilizes traditional cooking methods like they do in the past.
Diners can get to indulge in signature dishes including the quintessential Hokkien prawn mee soup, char kway teow, Penang laksa nasi ulam, keraba tang hoon, curry noodles, popiah, kueh pie tee and more.
“Experience sightless dining”
This is one truly unique and rare dining experience in Singapore you won’t want to miss. NOX – Dine in the Dark was started on 2 August 2013, and brings this total darkness dining concept from Europe/US to Singapore at Beach Road. ‘Nox’ means ‘Night’ in latin by the way.
The concept of NOX challenges guests to a multi-sensory journey beyond sight, which sometimes affects your perception of food even before tasting it. By immersing guests in a pitch black environment emulating what the blind go through everyday, your sense of touch, taste, smell and sound are heightened above their normal levels.
“Bring out the good and bad”
From the same people who brought you manicurious comes their latest venture- Jekyll and Hyde. Oh, and their 2nd nail-salon manicurious is also just beside the bar- who wants to do their nails while having a spot of gin?
Jekyll and Hyde, which was obviously based off the famous novel, was conceived on the idea that everyone has a little good (Dr. Jekyll) and bad (Mr. Hyde) in them; we learn to accept all our personalities. The bar concept tend to bring out this yin and yang idea, catering to the nice and the naughty.
“A Quiet Escape in Phuket”
Movenpick Resort Bangtao Beach Phuket is a boutique resort located in the heart of the Laguna area in Thalang, Phuket. The resort is cosy, and exudes Thai architectural charm. It is just a few steps away from the beach, and is everything that you would expect a resort to offer.
“For a Gentlemen’s craft cocktail”
A fairly recent addition to the inner city’s fringe, L’Aiglon, is a bar that might seem like another unassuming bar blended along Neil Street, until you look past the casual courtyard and step into the intimately decorated shophouse within.
Filled with specially imported fittings and bespoke furniture pieces from France, custom-made to bring a feeling of luxe and excited anticipation not knowing what to expect, read on to find out what we discovered within.
“The Hundred-Foot Journey” abounds with flavors that burst across the tongue. A stimulating triumph over exile, blossoming with passion and heart, with marjoram and madras, it is a portrayal of two worlds colliding and one boy’s drive to find the comfort of home, in every pot, wherever he may be.
In DreamWorks Pictures’ “The Hundred-Foot Journey,” the opening of a new Indian restaurant in the south of France a hundred feet away from a famous 1 Michelin starred eatery nearly causes an all out war between 2 culturally different establishments in the same trade.
“Match your own decadent dishes”
Taking over the Royal Room at Pan Pacific Hotel, Match Restaurant and Lounge is a late-night dining concept that serves modern American cuisine in a fun and lively environment.
An opulent and sophisticated setting, Match exudes glamour with attitude.
The restaurant is named as so to highlight the fact that everyone is different, with main courses that you can mix and match with sides of your choice.
“30 years, 30 recipes”
The Ascott’s famed serviced residences in the central business district turns thirty in 2014. To mark this significant milestone, The Ascott Limited has collaborated with renown Chef Malcolm Lee of Candlenut fame to create a cookbook featuring 30 Peranakan-based recipes specially for Ascott guests in Singapore and the Asia region.
“Secrets of Thai Taste”
A fairly new outlet located in the west, 1_345 Secrets of Thai Taste mookata is located in a large food court at The Elitist building near many other industrial offices. By night, most of the other stalls stop operating while conversely, 1_345 only starts up in the evening and can utilize many of the tables available.
“Plates of Pleasure”
Located at the lobby level of the Pan Pacific Orchard Hotel, 10 at Claymore is the hotel’s signature restaurant. It is a casual modern bistro grill restaurant that offers a sumptuous collection of contemporary European cuisine.
After a restaurant revamp, 10 at Claymore promises more variety and a touch of Asian finesse.