No Signboard Seafood at Esplanade Presents a New and Refreshing Dining Experience

After a round of refurbishing, the newly revamped No Signboard seafood restaurant now looks really posh with the contemporary-looking interior. They have also refreshed their menu and enhanced the overall dining experience for customers at their Esplanade outlet. Humble beginnings of No Signboard Seafood This restaurant is one of the No Signboard Holdings Ltd. subsidiaries…

Enjoy A Lunar New Year Feast at Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel

Chinese New Year celebrations will start early next year in January. To usher in the joyous year of Rat, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel has already came up with a bountiful of auspicious culinary creations across at their buffet restaurant, the Food Capital. I was invited by the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel to try some of…

Revamp Kitchen and Bar: Your Rice Bowl Paradise

Revamp Kitchen and Bar gave Chinese food a good revamp with their mouth-watering hot plate options and oriental rice bowls. One of the more modern places to enjoy Chinese-style Zi Char (or Tze Char 煮炒, cooked and fried food) with a glass of spirits or cocktail is at this new restaurant along Tanjong Pagar Road. It…

Enjoy Restaurant-quality Food at Food Republic @ Shaw Lido

Food Republic @ Shaw Lido:A unique Integrated Opening Dining Food Atrium Food Republic has been stepping up their game recently with their newly revamped outlet at Shaw Lido. It has undergone an extensive refurbishment and it looks nothing like the other Food Republic outlets. On my first visit, I knew that this outlet is targeted…

Have a Spoonful of nutritious food from a Cloud Kitchen

Are you sick and tired of ordering food from the same fast-food restaurants and eateries? Or perhaps you are wondering why you can’t hot food delivered to your house or office on time during lunch and dinner times? The major food delivery companies here in Singapore worked mainly with dine-in F&B establishments. Besides handling the…

Where to have a SPICY MALA feast without burning a hole in your pocket?

The spicy Mala food trend hasn’t really dwindled huh? We Singaporeans love our local spicy food but nothing is quite like Sichuan Mala dishes. The type of spiciness we are talking about is of a different level. The Sichuan Mala sauce, which is predominantly made with Sichuan peppercorn, leaves a tingly numbness in your mouth…

No Milk Bistro: The Modern Bistro that serves Teochew-style Fish Soup

During the day, if you have walked past this eatery (called 鱼汤 )before, you may think that they only often Teochew-style fish soup and nothing else. Truth be told, this eatery offers than more just the regular local hawker dish. No Milk No Milk is a two-storey eatery. They have a fish soup eatery on the…

CNY Special: A Comprehensive Step-by-Step Guide on How to Eat Yu Sheng

I’ve eaten Yu Sheng so many times in my life but I didn’t really know the significance of this Chinese New Year traditions and how it comes about. In this article, we will explore the origins of this tradition and how it should be done traditionally. What is Yu Sheng? Yu Sheng refers to the…

East Bistro: Hong Kong Style Restaurant Review

I came back from Hong Kong not too long ago and I’m already missing the delicious Cantonese food there! Although Hong Kong is just a 4-hour flight away from Singapore, there aren’t many casual Hong Kong-style eateries or restaurants serving true blue Cantonese food here. Or perhaps I have not really combed through the food…