♥ Experiencelism & Experimentalism ♥ A Singapore food blog on dining experiences and cooking experiments by a gal who loves all things pink and can't stop eating!
January 28, 2018
UNI Gallery by OosterBay @ The Plaza, Beach Road ~ Must-Go Uni Heaven For All Sea Urchin Lovers!
This is for all sea urchin lovers! UNI Gallery by OosterBay is the place to go to!!!
Nestled in the inconspicuous basement of The Plaza along Beach Road, the uni specialty restaurant stood out among the tenants with its bright, eye-catching Japanese-inspired murals, and inviting vibes.
While the establishment may appear to be casual and unassuming, do come prepared to pamper your palate with an extensive range of exquisite uni and premium sashimi which are scoured and air-flown from Japan, USA, and Canada!
My uni-centric dining experience at UNI Gallery left me giddy with uni happiness.
January 26, 2018
Indocafé, The White House @ Scotts Road ~ Celebrate Lunar New Year The Peranakan Way
Celebrate Lunar New Year the Peranakan way? Why not?
If you're keen on having a Nyonya twist to the upcoming reunion dinner, perhaps you can consider checking out Indocafé, The White House which is known for their spread of contemporary Penang Peranakan cuisine, inspired by the exotic flavors of the spice-rich straits regions.
The restaurant has introduced festive menu sets starting from $280++ (for 3-4pax) to $688++ (for 10pax), and it offers catering services as well if you prefer to dine in the comfort of your home.
January 22, 2018
Man Fu Yuan 满福苑 @ Intercontinental Singapore ~ Joyous Reunions For CNY 2018!
When my colleague asked me for reunion dinner venue recommendations, one of the places which I've highly suggested was Man Fu Yuan 满福苑.
Why leh? Because the award-winning Cantonese restaurant is conveniently located within International Hotel at Bugis area, venue is elegantly-set, service is efficient, and most important, the food is good.
In short, Man Fu Yuan got standard lah!
Executive Chef Eric Neo has specially crafted five festive menus to herald in the Year of The Dog. Available from 18th January to 2nd March 2018, the menus include auspicious highlights, and are priced from $118 per guest.
January 18, 2018
Cassia Cantonese Restaurant @ Capella Singapore ~ Bountiful Feasts Awaits For CNY 2018
For you who enjoy quality Chinese food, you will probably not be unfamiliar with Cassia which is located at Capella Singapore on Sentosa island. The fine-dining restaurant is widely-acknowledged to serve some of the best Cantonese cuisine around!
We were certainly in high anticipation of what Cassia has to offer for the upcoming Lunar New Year celebrations as our footsteps took us through the restaurant's elegant interior towards our table.
The festive line-up includes set menus priced from $88++ to $199++ per person, as well as quintessential lou hei platters that starts from $38++.
January 08, 2018
CNY 2018 @ Park Hotel Clark Quay ~ Rousing Start To The Year Of The Dog
Tip: Request for the room next to the pool if it's available. The view is lovely.
The food is delightful as well, specially crafted by Chef James Wong, a culinary veteran with nearly four decades of experience in Oriental and Cantonese cuisine.
January 06, 2018
Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant 萬豪軒 @ Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel ~ Auspicious Lunar New Year Feasts for CNY 2018
My friend told me with a pining tone in his voice, "I've waited for a year..... to eat Pen Cai!!!"
Haha yes, the luxurious pot is back, together with auspicious yusheng and a host of delicacies synonymous with Lunar New Year celebrations.
This year, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel is offering prosperous set menus, specially-curated Spring buffets, exquisite takeaway treats that features both classic favorites and innovative delights.
We were at its award-winning Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant 萬豪軒 for an early CNY feast.
January 02, 2018
宴 Yàn Cantonese Cuisine @ National Gallery Singapore ~ A Wealth Of Lunar New Year Delights For CNY 2018
Even as Christmas is barely over, we're being constantly reminded that Chinese New Year (which falls on 16th and 17th February this year) is coming very soon! Malls are constantly playing the familiar tunes of "gong xi gong xi", and many restaurants have already rolled out their festive menus.
You might say... "it's still more a month away!" Well, it's always better to book earlier rather than later. I don't think anyone would want the stressful situation of not being able to secure a table at your intended restaurant, especially for the all-important reunion dinner.
For you who are in favor of Cantonese cuisine offering familiar flavors with modern presentation, 宴 Yàn Cantonese Cuisine at National Gallery would be a worthy venue to consider.
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