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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.

  • Shelter in the Woods: Singapore European Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: April 28, 2015

    "Hidden Treasure in the Woods"

    Hidden treasures are abundant in this Little Red Dot. Tucked in the cove of Greenwood Avenue in Bukit Timah, is one of my most significant gastronomic treasure find this year - Shelter in the Woods. This rustic restaurant serves one of Singapore’s best European classic dishes.

    Shelter in the Woods - Chef Masashi in the Kitchen

    Currently at helm in their kitchen is Consultant Chef Masashi Horiuchi. He is among the elite chefs of Michelin-starred restaurants across Europe and the United Kingdom, which include the L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon in London. Masashi-san brings his decades-long European experience and Japanese precision into the kitchen, culminating in a consistent, bold and yet delicate gastronomic expression.


  • Jiang Nan Chun 江南春: The Four Great Beauties Set Review

    Last Updated: December 14, 2014

    "There is far more to Chinese Cooking"

    jiang nan chun 4 beauties four seasons hotel singapore “The Four Great Beauties of China”, a 5-course set menu is designed to enthrall your sense of sight, taste and wonder as each individual course takes reference to the four great beauties. Allow each winning dish to bring you back to the different Chinese dynasties, in the comfort of Jiang Nan Chun in Four Seasons Hotel. ...
  • Melt The World Cafe: Singapore Christmas Buffet Review

    Last Updated: December 6, 2014

    "Christmas is All Around"

    gingerbread 11 months of 2014 have already gone by and it's now December. The month of giving, sharing, presents, holidays, and family time. It's also the time of feasting and indulgences. This holiday season, Mandarin Oriental, Singapore, has lots of delicious goodies to celebrate the festive period of Christmas. Melt The World Cafe has a special buffet menu lined up for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. ...
  • La Forketta Gastronomia Italiana (Dempsey Hill): Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: May 31, 2015

    "An honest Italian affair"

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    Before Dempsey Hill became the chic haute hang out we know of today, it was known as Tanglin Camp. Built in the 1860s by the British to house British forces, it was later taken over by our Ministry of Defence to house local soldiers during the formative years of the Singapore Armed Forces. After being awarded conservation status, the various structures of former barracks have been meticulously renovated, transforming them into enclaves of lifestyle eateries - a huge change for what was originally a humble nutmeg plantation.


  • Festive Chocolate and Tea Experience at The Knolls (Capella): Singapore Buffet Review

    Last Updated: December 1, 2014

    "Chocolate and Tea delights"

    Capella Singapore Bobs Bar Terrace and the Knolls (located on Level 2) by night

    Capella Singapore is known for its heritage of class and opulent hospitality. For this festive season, Capella has installed for its guests and patrons, one of the most anticipated events for chocolate lovers - the Festive Chocolate and Tea Experience.

    Exclusively for the Festive Chocolate and Tea Experience, Capella Singapore has brought together, Valrhona, a world renowned French chocolate confectioner; and Gryphon Tea Company, Singapore’s leading tea purveyor. Patrons will select their preferred tea blend with a Gryphon tea sommelier while a Valrhona chocolatier will help you discover the intricately dark (brown) world of chocolate. This chocolate buffet will comprise Christmas-themes pastries, tarts and cakes - conjured by Chef Chek Yong Sam, Capella’s Executive Pastry Chef, and his talented team of pastry chefs.


  • Hokkaido Harvests at Triple Three: Singapore Buffet Review

    Last Updated: November 28, 2014

    "Hokkaido Harvests 2014"

    Hokkaido - Beef

    We are pretty sure that almost everyone is familiar with the iconic and famous Mandarin Orchard Hotel Singapore situated along Orchard Road. This is the very hotel that kickstarted the concept of eating hawker food at a hotel coffeehouse setting.

    Buffet lovers, this is one buffet event you do not want to miss out on. You will totally be spoilt for choices at this Japanese-inspired international buffet at Triple Three, Mandarin Orchard, which is specially bringing in produce for Hokkaido, Japan. Hokkaido Harvests will only be available for a limited time until 30th November 2014 and you can taste authentic Hokkaido delicacies prepared with ingredients specially flown in from Japan's second largest island.


  • Seafood from the Heart by Peter Kuruvita (The Kitchen Table): Singapore Buffet Review

    Last Updated: November 17, 2014

    The Defining Buffet: Quality not Quantity

    seafood from the heart peter kuruvita w hotel_001 Singaporeans are ever eager to break out of their comfort zones and sample dishes with a hint of modern influence – especially those from far flung regions. With the establishment of the two integrated resorts, we have seen an increase in the number of internationally renowned celebrity chefs setting up shop in Singapore or partnering with local eateries. Today we're trying something special made the amicable celebrity Chef Peter Kuruvita at The Kitchen Table. ...
  • Dolce Vita (Mandarin Oriental): Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: November 17, 2014

    "Gusto Italiano with Obaeur brothers"

    dolce vita-10304004 Dolce Vita is hidden away on level 5 of Mandarin Oriental hotel and presents authentic and traditional Italian fine-dining with a modern twist, created with the freshest seasonal produce and ingredients. ...
  • Ruth’s Chris Prime Steak House: Singapore Review

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016

    "Upscale USDA Prime Steaks"

    ruth chris steakhouse-10227011 Ruth's Chris Steak House originates from New Orleans, Louisiana by Ruth Fertel, a mother of two who bought over "Chris" Steak house which had been operating for 38 years prior- thus Ruth's Chris was born. With more than 130 outlets worldwide, Ruth's Chris finally entered the Singapore market in August 2012 and looks ready to compete with the local incumbent name in US steaks: Morton's Steakhouse. ...
  • 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.


  • Fat Cow: Singapore Steakhouse Review

    Last Updated: November 3, 2014

    "All-Japanese Steakhouse"

    fat cow singapore steakhouse Fat Cow is an upscale Japanese steakhouse in Singapore serving luxurious bespoke meats, with a leaning focus on Japanese Wagyu beef. 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. ...
  • 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. ...
  • Hairy Crab Set Menu: Hai Tien Lo (Pan Pacific Singapore)

    Last Updated: October 21, 2014

    "Six Course Hairy Crab Prix Fixe Menu"

    hai tien lo 大閘蟹 restaurant interior It's hairy crab season and the first hairy crab tasting of 2014 goes to Hai Tien Lo (海天楼) at Pan Pacific Hotel. Chinese mitten crabs (大閘蟹), also known as Hairy crabs, are prized for their golden roe and traditionally in season during Autumn in Shanghai, China. The crabs derive their name from the dense, furry hairs on their claws which segregates them from other crabs, making them feel ostracized and yearning acceptance in society. Well, my stomach gladly accepts them for who they are. ...
  • Edge (Pan Pacific Hotel): Singapore Buffet Review

    Last Updated: March 20, 2015

    "The Sunday Brunch with an Edge"

    edge pan pac ohmi wagyu beef Recently, there has been an explosion of Sunday brunch offered by many hotels and fine dining restaurants showing that as Singaporeans we are truly spoilt for choice. You may be tempted to ask, "Aren't hotel buffets all the same?" or "Haven't I been there for a business lunch before already?". If anyone has to ask these questions, apparently they've not seen the buffet assortment that Edge at Pan Pacific hotel has prepared yet. For my 3rd time at Edge (twice on different business lunches) and on this most recent visit, I'll prepare for you a preview of  your next Champagne brunch option to consider. Related Guide: Best Hotel Buffets and Champagne Brunches in Singapore ...
  • Brasserie Les Saveurs: Singapore Champagne Brunch Review

    Last Updated: October 7, 2014

    "Champagne Brunch For The Ages"

    Brasserie les saveurs champagne-123509 Brasserie Les Saveurs, with its well-known contemporary French cuisine, offers an indulgent Sunday Champagne brunch in its palatial restaurant. This champagne brunch is a tad different from all the others I've been to, and I'll explain why. The brunch actually starts off at St Regis' Astor Bar first at 11am, with complimentary aperitifs being introduce to start off the meal. ...
  • Keyaki Japanese Restaurant: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: October 6, 2014

    "Seasonal Kaiseki 懐石 Omakase"

    keyaki Japanese restaurant pan pacific Keyaki Japanese restaurant prides itself with its freshly sourced ingredients, presented in the form of sashimi, teppanyaki, sukiyaki and more. Their signature offering is of course, the Kaiseki Omakase set. Kaiseki (懐石) pretty much means a multi-course meal, while omakase (お任せ) is a dining style that leaves it up to the chef to decide what dishes you're having. ...
  • Manhattan Bar at Regent Singapore: Sunday Brunch Review

    Last Updated: September 30, 2014

    "Singapore's First Adult's Only Brunch That Hits The Spot"

    manhattan bar singapore regent cuscaden road For those who live the night life, finally there is a reason to wake up early instead - Manhattan's Sunday Cocktail Brunch. In my humble opinion, Manhattan is the perfect recovery venue to recollect what you did last night over a delicious bloody Mary, an equally delicious Brunch, and chill in the comfort of a stylish bar. ...
  • Skyve Wine Bistro: Singapore Restaurant Review | The Entertainer 1-for-1

    Last Updated: September 12, 2014

    "Taste the Revolution - Skyve Reinvented!"

    skyve wine bistro winstedt road singapore

    Nestled in the compound of old Monk's Hill Secondary School and situated just beside Anglo-Chinese School (Junior) is Skyve Wine Bistro. 'Skyve' is a word play on how people can skive and avoid work by escaping to this relatively hidden bistro- an apt name for this concept.


  • NOX – Dine in the Dark: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016

    "Experience sightless dining"

    nox dine in the dark singapore 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. ...
  • Match Restaurant and Lounge (Pan Pacific): Singapore Review

    Last Updated: September 30, 2016

    "Match your own decadent dishes"

    match-08077006 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. ...
  • Shinzo Restaurant: Singapore Japanese Omakase Review

    Last Updated: January 19, 2016

    "Sushi. Omakase. Sake"

    shinzo omakase singapore restaurant Just across from Clark Quay MRT at Carpenter street is a discreet hidden gem that serves up fine Japanese cuisine. Shinzo restaurant specializes in Omakase dinners; O-makase (お任せ) is a Japanese phrase meaning "I'll leave it to you" which is directed to the chef in this instance. You basically let the chef decide the menu in a omakase. Shinzo (心臓) means 'heart' in the Japanese language, and represents how each dish is created with love and passion from the heart. The restaurant believes that a good omakase experience is not just in the food, but in the overall ambiance and hospitality as well. ...
  • 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. ...
  • En Japanese @ Alocassia: Singapore Buffet Review

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016

    "Authentic Okinawa cuisine in the heartlands"

    en japanese dining alocassia Located right in the heartlands of Bukit Timah, En Japanese presents a traditional yet modern dining experience of Okinawan cuisine. ‘En’ which means ‘circle’ or ‘fate’ in Japanese is a motto which the restaurant embraces. It is a meeting place for people, making En Japanese Dining Bar a ‘circle of gathering’ for all. ...