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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.

  • Hai Tien Lo 海天楼 (Pan Pacific) CNY menu 2014 : Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: January 19, 2016

    "Contemporary and Grand CNY menu"


    The thing I'm still trying to get used to being a Food blogger, is having your seasonal meals pushed forward in time. Christmas dinners are eaten in November, Moon cakes get sent in July, while Chinese New Year Lo Heis are done in December. This gives the bloggers time to write and push out reviews before the actual menu is launched.

    So here I find myself at Pan Pacific Hotel's Hai Tien Lo restaurant on another Chinese New Year menu pre-launch held in December.


  • Osia Restaurant (Resorts World Sentosa): Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: June 2, 2014

    "Australian Contemporary Dining"

    Osia Restaurant at Resorts World Sentosa is helmed by Chef de cuisine Douglas Tay, who has started to change the menu according to seasonal variations- an important Osia concept. The new menu launches January 2014. Osia restaurant Resort World Sentosa Utilizing fresh Australian produce combined with modern culinary techniques, Osia aims to produce a menu that thinks 'out-of-the-box'. ...
  • Yan Ting Restaurant 宴庭 (St Regis) CNY Menu 2014: Food Review

    Last Updated: February 1, 2015

    "Premium Imperial Cuisine"

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    Yan Ting 宴庭 is inspired by the Ming Dynasty's lavish royal courthouse banquets, serving fine Cantonese cuisine. Just like the French restaurant Brasserie Les Saveurs located below in the same hotel, Yan Ting positions themselves as a premium restaurant fit for Kings and Queens. Fittingly, you'll also need to have an imperial treasury if you want to dine here. ...
  • Ku De Ta Singapore: Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: January 19, 2016

    "Social Dining, not Fine Dining at Ku De Ta Singapore"

    ku de ta singapore marina bay sands Located in the scenic SkyPark at the now iconic Marina Bay Sands hotel, Ku De Ta Singapore throws one hell of a classy party. Winning the Epicurean Star Award for Best Asian Fine Dining Restaurant 2013, it's ironic that Ku De Ta Singapore has actually positioned themselves as more of a semi-fine, 'social dining' affair. There's still a smart casual dress code though, so don't put on those flip flops just yet. Approach the Ku Dé Ta counter staff at Marina Bay Sands Tower 3 to grace them with your arrival, and they'll send you up to a completely different world. ...
  • Don Quijote Spanish Restaurant: Singapore Food Review (Part 3)

    Last Updated: June 2, 2014
    And in the final instalment of our 3 part Don Quijote Spanish restaurant feature, is the Meat Lover's Menu. Despite the salivating name, there's actually only going to be 3 types of meats. This is a recommended menu pairing by the restaurant but in my opinion doesn't work that well for me. It is pricier than the Tapas Paellas menu and the 'Live' Seafood Menu as well as comprising of 2 soups oddly, tasting a lot less dishes....
  • The Prime Society: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: June 2, 2014

    "Head Chef Dallas Cuddy breathes soul into steaks"

    The Prime Society Signage The Prime Society Steakhouse has been around in lush Dempsey Road for quite a bit, being an award winning restaurant and touted as one of Singapore's best steakhouse for Australian beef. The restaurant also believes in using green, hormone-free beef. In the past couple years though, perhaps standards have declined slightly with a team that was cutting corners with the food standards held so dearly to The Prime Society restaurant. Reacting to this, The Society Group has managed to get in Head Chef Dallas Cuddy in 2012 to helm its kitchen. Dallas Cuddy has made improvements to the menu, quality standards as well as infused his fine-dining culinary background into the kitchen of Prime Society. Most of the kitchen team has been replaced to reintroduce the high quality standards that should be expected of The Prime Society. ...
  • Morton’s Steakhouse Singapore: Amongst The Best Steaks & Service

    Last Updated: April 14, 2016
     Crème de la Crème of Beef steaks in Singapore. The classic name in steaks, Morton's Steakhouse Singapore has over 10 years of establishment locally. It's international fame as an American ...
  • Garibaldi Italian Restaurant & Bar: Singapore Food Review (Restaurant week 2013)

    Last Updated: November 9, 2016

    "Italian dishes are hard to pronounce"

    My date and I visited Garibaldi Italian Restaurant and Bar during restaurant week in 2013 for some splendid European hospitality. While our tables were being set, we were seated at the bar and enjoyed a couple of complimentary strawberry margaritas in shooters, along with some olives to whet the appetite. I wasn't as impressed since eating Catalunya's molecular gastronomy olive purees, but that's not a very fair comparison in perspective. You see a substantial crowd of expats patronizing this establishment, significantly overwhelming locals. It's a sight to behold, especially when you gaze upon the actual menu prices. Nonetheless, restaurant week gives you the privilege of dining a 3-course set menu at $55++, significantly lesser than what you would normally spend there. ...
  • CUT by Wolfgang Puck: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: February 1, 2015

    "Celebrity Steak, but overhyped"

    I finally had the pleasure of fine dining at Marina Bay Sands, CUT by Michelin 3 star chef Wolfgang Puck, touted one of Singapore's best steakhouse (if not -the- best). I had to entertain a couple of overseas business associates, so this was my choice of awe. Try to book in advance, CUT by Wolfgang Puck Singapore, despite the very premium price tag, still gets fully booked regularly by rich yuppies and business executives. As you've noticed, photos are all pretty pixelated due to the lack of light in the cosy warm restaurant where every customer seems to walk with their wallets perpetually wide open.

    Dark wood furniture, dim lights, heavy steak knives, CUT is a modern revamp of the American Steakhouse with a steep price tag slapped on. The menu was just a piece of white paper with a long list of words that made up food names. It's probably a very long thought out menu for simplicity, but I didn't like reading it with such little spacing in between lines in the dim light; the typography really irked me.


  • Bedrock Bar and Grill: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: May 27, 2015

    "My favourite steak in Singapore"

    bedrock bar and grill somerset Hearing whispers of the 'best steak in Singapore', I slowly followed the clues and voices as fervently as Lois Lane trying to figure out who is Superman. This brought me to my next 'steakout' (hoho pun intended) after Salta Parrilla. I've been to Bedrock a good 3 times already, twice on my own and the last time on a media tasting.  I'm probably going to try the entire menu sooner or later. You can observe a varying degree in photo quality, while the newer ones are way better due to my upgrade in equipment to shoot in this dim, warm restaurant. ...