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  • Royal Pavilion CNY Dishes 2015: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: February 12, 2015

    "Cantonese cooking is all about subtlety"


    This year, Royal Pavilion’s Chinese New Year dishes are finely curated by Mr Ray Tso - the brand’s Director of Kitchen & Operations. Before tucking into the fine Cantonese cuisines, he gave us an insight to Cantonese cooking which is all about subtlety and letting ingredients speak for themselves. True to this rule, the dishes at Royal Pavilion were not prepared with excessive flavourings and spices. Instead, all retained their natural flavour and freshness. ...
  • Quayside Seafood CNY Menu 2015: Eight Golden Trove Review

    Last Updated: February 8, 2015

    "Auspicious, Opulent and yet Affordable CNY Dinner"

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    Quayside Seafood Restaurant is one of the best place to dine al fresco in the historic precinct of Clark Quay. Located in the heart of one of the most popular dining and entertainment quarter of Singapore, you can dine on Clark Quay’s lili pad flooring that spans the panoramic view of this scenic section of the Singapore River.


  • Shisen Hanten CNY 2015 Menu: Singapore Review

    Last Updated: February 3, 2015

    "A Szechuan Themed Lunar New Year's Lunch"

    At the helm of Shisen Hanten is Chef Kentaro, synonymous with grandiose Szechuan cuisine, with a twist of Japanese influences. This year, we bloggers were invited for a taste of the Chinese New Year set menu, a rich eight course dining experience.

    The menu heavily features seafood, and each dish is carefully thought out with significance and meaning attached to it. This also includes other festive goodies, like the Hokkaido Pumpkin Cake, Fish Nian Gao and the Golden Ingot Pineapple Tart.


  • Tao Seafood CNY Menu 2015: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: February 1, 2015

    "The mythical gourmand, Tao Tie, weaves its magic"

    TAO Supreme Prosperity Yu Sheng cny 2015 The word TAO from the Tao Seafood Asia is drawn from the legendary, Chinese mythical gourmand known as “饕餮” (tāo tiè) in Mandarin. It is believed that this mythical creature watches over this restaurant and weaves his magic on Tao's gastronomic nouveau creations. It seems that Chef Lee Tong Kuon is the physical embodiment of Tāo Tiè. ...
  • Resorts World Sentosa CNY Menu 2015: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: January 29, 2015

    “Rolling to Feng Shui Inn, Forest”

    Welcome the auspicious Year of the Goat this Chinese New Year 2015 with a wide array of delicious Yu Sheng options, prosperity offerings, celebratory menus and yummy takeaway goodies at Resorts World Sentosa. Spend time with your loved ones by kick-starting a year of peace and harmony with enjoying scrumptious offerings at Resort World Sentosa's premium celebrity restaurants. ...
  • Li Bai (Sheraton Towers): CNY 2015 Menu Review

    Last Updated: January 23, 2015

    "A Poetic Splendour of Spring"

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    Once again, Spring is upon us - this is celebrated by the Chinese as a new beginning to a bright new year. The best way to celebrate the dawn of a new season, like most Chinese, is to have a sumptuous Chinese New Year tasting dinner with family and close friends. I had a fortuitous opportunity to do so at Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant at Sheraton Towers on Scotts Road.


  • Peony Jade CNY Menu 2015: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: February 20, 2016

    "Bountiful Prosperity"

    peony jade cny 2015-17 As we inch into 2015 and closer to February, we start getting more invites for Chinese New Year menu media tasting sessions (you mean we have just 11 more months to Christmas?). It's my first visit to Peony Jade (Chief Editor Seth says it's his fifth) and after reading all the previous reviews I was pretty confident that the meal would be a good one. ...
  • Hai Tien Lo 海天楼 CNY Menu 2015 : Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: January 11, 2015

    "A Feast For The Imperial Subjects"

    hai-tien-lo-cny-2015-1 In the food reviewer’s world, one lives in the future. You start celebrating festivities even before the layperson does. Take Christmas festivities as an example, we started indulging in turkeys and puddings back in October way before everyone started their Christmas holiday meal plans. With Chinese New Year just a couple of weeks away, we have already sat through a couple of Lo Hei sessions during Christmas season! ...
  • Hotpot Kingdom: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: January 7, 2015

    "A Promising Array Awaits"

    hotpot-kingdom marina bay sands singapore If you're looking for a warming meal in the face of unnaturally cool weather, a new hotpot restaurant that just stylishly opened at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands may just be the answer. As a matter of fact, air-conditioning within the basement Hotpot Kingdom is set to always be extra cold for one's optimal enjoyment. ...
  • Man Fu Yuan 满福苑: Chinese New Year Menu 2015

    Last Updated: January 1, 2015

    "Royally Appropriate"

    man fu yuan lou hei 2015 Man Fu Yuan is the ritzy Cantonese restaurant that occupies much of Level 2 of Intercontinental Hotel. In line with Chinese New Year 2015, the restaurant is introducing a refurbished spread of coveted dishes in its woody palatial interior enriched by ornate carved window screens and wainscoting. ...
  • Joyden Canton Kitchen (欣艺和): Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: December 26, 2014

    "Nourishing Cantonese Fare By The Hill Side"

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    Joydon Seafood Restaurant (formerly West Coast Seafood) is renowned for serving up some of the best seafood in the western part of the island since its establishment in 1996 and is making waves once again with its new dining concept – Joyden Canton Kitchen.


  • Thai Village Restaurant (Indoor Stadium): Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: February 20, 2016

    "Going forward in Thai-Teochew cuisine"

    thai village singapore indoor stadium_001 Thai Village has been a haven for luxurious Thai-Teochew cuisine for over two decades. But since receiving a fair share of flak for impudently promoting its signature Braised Shark’s Fin Soup amid an increasing audience of environmentalists, Thai Village restaurant has been looking to go forward with an evolution of dishes that the new generation can appreciate. Nevertheless, there remains a healthy range of impeccable seafood dishes from which to choose that we'll explore below. ...
  • Tao Seafood Asia (饕聚 – 新亚海鲜): Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: January 7, 2015

    Thai-Teochew Fine Dining

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    Located on the second floor of Asia Square’s cavernous food court, TAO Seafood Asia is a tiny oasis of calm surrounded by an array of salad bars, noodle joints, and fast food. Most of the office traffic will brush TAO Seafood Asia off as just another swanky offshoot of one of Singapore’s mega Chinese restaurant chains (e.g. Crystal Jade) but in reality, this new kid on the block specializes in Thai-Teochew cuisine and is a true blue independent.


  • Lai Huat Sambal Fish: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: January 7, 2015

    "The Perfect Sunday Meal"

    lai huat sambal fish There was once a Grand Master of frying fresh fish, and Lai Huat is his name. Lai Huat Sambal Fish at Upper East Coast, opened at the beginning of 2012 by grandson and chef Patrick Lim, continues a half-century long lineage of impeccable seafood dishes, is one of 4 current spin-offs of the original local treasure of similar name. Chef Patrick amusingly shares with us how although all the other Lai Huat 'branches' are members of his extended family, they operate independently and is adamant that his sambal has been uplifted beyond the original recipe. ...
  • Li Bai (Sheraton Towers): Singapore Hairy Crab Review 2014

    Last Updated: January 7, 2015

    "Indulge in the most coveted crustacean this season"

    hairy crab li bai-10165013 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. ...
  • Peony Jade Restaurant: Singapore Hairy Crab Review 2014

    Last Updated: February 20, 2016

    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. ...
  • Mouth Restaurant 地茂館: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: January 7, 2015

    "Treasure Pot Feast (九大簋) only at Mouth Restaurant”

    mouth restaurant china square singapore With humble beginnings that can be traced back to the early 80's in Hong Kong, Mouth Restaurant has been serving up authentic Cantonese cuisine to Singapore diners for the past 25 years. ...
  • Grand Mandarin: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: January 7, 2015

    "Exquisite Chinese Dining"

    grand mandarin new bridge road restaurant Located at a convenient spot across Outram Park Station, Grand Mandarin restaurant presents an elaborate and sophisticated Chinese culinary dining experience in a premium and private environment. ...
  • Si Chuan Dou Hua (四川豆花饭庄): Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: January 7, 2015

    "Spicy Authentic Si Chuan Cuisine"

    si chuan dou hua parkroyal beach rd Si Chuan Dou Hua first began in 1996 here at PARKROYAL Beach road,  and continues to tantilize guests with its hot and numbing 'mala' dishes. Bringing together four principles of gourmet, culture, tea and tradition, the Si Chuan Dou Hua presents a multi-dimensional dining setting. In the Si Chuan mountainous region, there is not much sun and the natives depend on spicy chilis and peppers to keep themselves warm. The Chinese also believe that sweating drains out toxins, and thus the signature spicy Si Chuan cuisine was born. ...
  • Red Star Restaurant 红星酒家: For the most classic Dim sum in Singapore

    Last Updated: November 22, 2016
    Red Star restaurant is probably the most authentic, classic looking Chinese restaurant left in Singapore. It practically looks like you've stepped back in time to the 1970s. Masterchefs Sin ...
  • Royal China at Raffles 皇朝: Singapore Dim Sum Review

    Last Updated: January 7, 2015

    "Classic dim sum at Raffles Hotel "

    royal china singapore raffles hotel Royal China at Raffles Hotel is one of the most reputed and long-standing brands in Singapore for dim sum. Located on the 3rd floor of Raffles Arcade, you'll want to make reservations beforehand at this popular dim sum haunt. ...
  • Hai Tien Lo 海天楼 (Pan Pacific): Weekday Dim Sum Buffet

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016

    "Traditional Cantonese dining with contemporary twist"

    hai tien lo logo One will never rule out Hai Tien Lo when it comes to dim sum and Cantonese cuisine. Located in Pan Pacific Hotel, the restaurant is donned in red and gold elements exuding a grand and majestic feel. Under the new Dim Sum Chef Lee Siaw Cheen, Hai Tien Lo has revamped their ala-carte dim sum lunch buffet ($48++) menu with 35 dim sums creations, soups, Chinese dishes an dessert . ...
  • Peach Garden (Metropolis) : Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: September 30, 2016
    "Satisfying steamboat meal in a relaxing ambience" Located at the heart of a business park, Peach Garden at Metropolis provides a hearty meal for busy executives or an intimate setting for ...
  • The Cathay Restaurant: Chef’s Creations (May/June)

    Last Updated: September 30, 2016

    “Chef's seasonal creations at The Cathay Restaurant"

    cathay restaurant interior 2 Donning a mostly contemporarviay grey and white interior infused with elements of red and traditional décor, The Cathay Restaurant is also a fusion of past and present with the cuisine that it caters. Previously reviewed for the go-to list of dim sum restaurants, the restaurant has an established menu of Cantonese food and desserts. ...