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High end food reviews. Typically more than $100 per person for that special occasion or important business meeting that’s on the company’s tab.

  • Zafferano: Singapore Italian Brunch Review

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016

    Zafferano’s Great Saturday Italian Brunch!

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    I have always had an inexplicable fondness for anything Italian - the Ferrari’s, Monica Bellucci, Michelangelo’s art to their world famous Italian cuisine *said with that Italian hand gesture*.

    I have imagined gathering up my tifosi on a nice Saturday afternoon, lounging in a posh Italian restaurant with the best available view, acting out my Italian fantasy of being an Italian playboy while eating my heart out on authentic Italian cuisine.

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  • 12 Best Places to Host Fancy Corporate Events in Singapore

    Last Updated: November 9, 2016
    singapore places corporate events Need some help in finding the perfect location to host your next corporate event? Whether you are planning an intimate dinner with a VIP client, or you are looking to have some fun with the entire office at the next corporate party, check out these stunning and unique spaces around Singapore - sure to be a fit for any and all types of special occasions for the company ...
  • The Pelican Seafood Bar & Grill: Bringing out the best of seafood

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016
    Pelican Seafood Bar & Grill is set below One Fullerton hotel amidst the Marina Bay Waterfront view, presenting a chic laid-back dining spot offering East Coast American Cuisine with delectable ...
  • My Little Spanish Place (Boat Quay): Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: August 19, 2015

    Friendly, relaxed atmosphere and great Spanish food

    My Little Spanish Place front Prepare to be whisked away to Spain when you step into this unsuspecting, cosy restaurant at Boat Quay. The brick walls and wood furnishings of My Little Spanish Place makes it look rustic and cosy, and with the warm lighting creates an inviting look. Spanish songs are played in the background, really cultivating the ‘meson’ homely dining concept. ...
  • La Ventana: Singapore Spanish Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: March 8, 2016

    Michelin starred Chef Carles Gaig promises gastronomic experience

    La-Ventana spanish fine dining singapore A casual, tapas-centric restaurant set amidst the lush greenery of Singapore's very own Dempsey Hill, La Ventana is part of Michelin starred Chef Carles Gaig's vision of providing an authentic Catalan food experience to Asia. As the 4th generation of chefs from the Horta district of Barcelona where his family had owned Taberna d'en Gaig since 1869, you can be sure that you will be in for a decadent treat right at La Ventana. ...
  • Golden Peony (Conrad): Singapore Chinese Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: August 15, 2015

    "Exquisite Chinese"

    Golden-Peony-Logo A multiple award-winning Chinese restaurant centrally located on the third floor of Conrad hotel, the highly acclaimed Golden Peony is headed by Executive Chinese Chef Ku Keung. Diners at the restaurant can look forward to sinking their teeth into novel and unconventional culinary creations; there is a huge selection of scrumptious dim sum dishes and signature picks available from the restaurant's menu. ...
  • Table at 7: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: August 3, 2015

    "Have a meal fit for royalty"

    Table-at-7 When you take a peek at Table at 7's menu, you will be slightly confused at first - this is because there are two separate menus: one which offers Indonesian cuisine (Chef Eugenia) and another which features Modern European cuisine (Chef Karl). However, rest assured that you will be assisted by the friendly waiters who are more than happy in guiding you with menu choices. If you are a big fan of Indonesian and or Modern European cuisine, be prepared for a treat at Table at 7. Despite having 2 contrasting styles in one restaurant, each chef has maintained their own individuality and do not attempt to cross-contaminate the other, culminating in 2 very separate menus to each Chef's name. ...
  • Oasis (Grand Hyatt Hotel): Singapore Buffet Review

    Last Updated: July 14, 2015

    "Daily Grill and Chill at Oasis"

    oasis grand hyatt buffet poolside Situated amid lush greenery and alfresco poolside surroundings of the Hyatt Hotel, Oasis provides a perfect tranquil dining getaway from the usual hustle and bustle of the city. This quaint and very romantic restaurant can seat up to 110 diners in a comfortable open-air setting with ceiling fans and mist fans to beat the humidity of the Singapore warm climates. Pool side dining is always a welcome change in atmosphere. ...
  • Les Amis Restaurant: Singapore Fine-Dining Review

    Last Updated: June 24, 2015

    "The classic fine-dining giant"

    les amis singapore-6598 A regular feature on the Asia's 50 Best Restaurants list, Les Amis is an award winning restaurant that was created to fill the lack of fine-dining options in Singapore in the early 90s. ...
  • Opus Bar and Grill (Hilton): Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: June 13, 2015

    "Melodic Flavors"

    Opus Bar I haven’t been into the Hilton Hotel at Orchard Road for a time now, even though they’ve got quite a few good restaurants and the Sky Bar which has been open quite a while. That was as good a reason as any to go check out their new restaurant, Opus Bar & Grill. ...
  • “Viaggio Italiano” Basilico With The Best Flavours from South and North Italy

    Last Updated: June 6, 2015

    "Flavours of North and South Italy"

    Basilico logo Basilico has always been a highly regarded restaurant, known for its quality and excellence. Besides presenting food of variety and value, the constant change and updates to the menu is part of what sets it apart from other restaurants. Earlier at the beginning of this year, Basilico embarked on a yearlong theme which has been planned to vary over four different categories, all different regions of Italy. With “Central Italy” and “Islands of Italy” being covered from January to March and April to June respectively, we take a look at what to anticipate from July onwards. ...
  • SKIRT (W Singapore Sentosa Cove): Insider’s Cut of Fine Steaks & More

    Last Updated: April 26, 2016
    SKIRT, although seen as a fine-dining restaurant by many, actually wants to be known as a casual steakhouse located in faraway Sentosa island. Their core philosophy is simple: use the finest ...
  • L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon: Singapore’s 2-Michelin Star Fine Dining Restaurant in Sentosa

    Last Updated: July 23, 2016
    Multi award-winning restaurant L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon at Resorts World Sentosa brings back their weekend lunch menu with a brand new line-up of delectable French Haute cuisine from the famed ...
  • Rabbit Stash: Singapore Fine-Dining Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016

    "Looking beyond the rabbit hole"

    rabbit stash-2182 Replacing the former Halo bar at Wangz hotel, the Rabbit Stash has taken a huge leap from its former shop house unit within a condominium in 2011 to its new full restaurant space. The Rabbit Stash is started by Chew Matthew Mok, who was born in the year of the rabbit and hence bestowed its name. Although a master degree holder in Building Construction Management, he eventually switched over to a culinary career under At-Sunrise Global Chef Academy, which was much to his calling instead. ...
  • Candlenut: Singapore Peranakan Restaurant Review | The Entertainer 1 for 1

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016

    “Refined Peranakan Cuisine”

    candlenut peranakan singapore-1619 Nowadays, as Singapore progresses, sometimes we take Peranakan cuisine for granted as most Singaporean families know how to cook a few Peranakan dishes by inheriting a few popular classics, or eat versions of Peranakan food from economic rice stalls every other day. So much so that we sometimes forget the heart and soul of Peranakan dining and taste - a sense of family togetherness. ...
  • UNA: Spanish Food Review | Singapore Restaurant Week 2015

    Last Updated: April 19, 2015

    "UNA mesmerises with the best of their Spanish Culinary Repertoire"

    UNA Facade #01 In recent years, the Rochester area has metamorphosed into a swanky location for European dining. Tucked just slightly away from the North Buona Vista road, and hidden shyly behind One Rochester is UNA - a nostalgic colonial mansion with a magical portal that leads you to one of the best and most authentic Spanish dining experience in Singapore. ...
  • Bob’s Bar (Capella): Havana Nights Promo Review

    Last Updated: April 8, 2016

    "Unwind with an authentic Cuban barbecue"

    capella bobs bar havana night-0875 Located in the far away island of Sentosa, Bob's Bar at Capella Singapore is an exclusive reprieve from the main island. Taking place every Friday, Havana Night at Bob's Bar attempts to emulate the exclusive island bars that line the Carribean coast, where guests can escape to a tropical paradise. ...
  • 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.

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  • 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. ...
  • 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. ...
  • Sushi Jin 仁: Singapore Japanese Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: January 22, 2015

    "Reasonable Japanese Cuisine With Great Ambience"

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    Les Amis Group has just opened a new eatery – Sushi Jin. Marketing itself as a Japanese joint, which offers a six star premium dining experience, but at a very reasonable four-star price tag. Seems and sounds too good to be true to me these days especially with my background in the airline industry – some airlines market premium economy as business class at economy prices – but I digress. We'll find out soon enough. ...
  • The Black Swan: Singapore Restaurant Review | Singapore Experience Awards 2014

    Last Updated: January 29, 2015

    “Here's to alcohol, the rose coloured glasses of life”

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    Perhaps for some of us, every now and then, in the meaningless moments of revelry, F. Scott Fitzgerald's poetic cynicism of the Jazz Age insidiously plays like an inextricable tragicomedy in our muddied heads. At CBD-housed The Black Swan, where there actually is a Jazz Night every Tuesday featuring artists like The Steve McQueens, those moments will never seem more real. ...
  • 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! ...
  • 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. ...