Singapore food blog containing food reviews I do on the best places to eat in Singapore, written in detail and whimsical humour. Actual critique about the food and marketing of reported F&B establishment. If you want to find out about where to eat in Singapore and the best restaurants to dine at, this is it.
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.
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.
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.
So the countdown to Christmas has begun. To me, Christmas is about spending time with family and loved ones, over a hearty home made meal. I love hosting parties, and no festive gathering is complete without a roast bird centrepiece.
But the one thing I really hate as a host is roasting the turkey. Doing everything from scratch is a viable option.... but the day only has 24 hours and I have other things to fuss over. What about buying a pre-made one? I simply refuse to pay exorbitant delivery charges on the eve and day itself.
This year, Huber's Butchery has solved this very pressing issue by introducing a pre-marinated and stuffed turkey, all ready for roasting. It is so easy to prepare, and saves time by eliminating the brining and marinating steps. This leaves more time for last minute Christmas shopping and that beer.