Showing posts with label Monthly Grub. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Monthly Grub. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

SG Food on Foot's Monthly Grub Recommendation May 2017


For the month of May 2017, we brought you 4 new openings ranging from hawker to restaurant. At the same time, 2 interesting creations inspired from our local favourites. Wrapping up the monthly grub with a Teochew porridge buffet feast/

New Cafe/Eatery/Restaurant


Guan's Mee Pok
Blk 713 Clementi West Street 2
Singapore 120713

With the moving out Ah Hoe Mee Pok (the stall runs by Mr Naoji's son) to Cantonment Road, another new stall has taken over and it is non other than Guan's Mee Pok. If you have not known, Eric Chia founder of Guan's Mee Pok and Ah Hoe Mee Pok is the master of Mr Naoji, the Japanese Mee Pok man that you probably have seen in many media platforms.

Recommend Item: Guan's Mee Pok with Squid


OUE Bayfront Rooftop
50 Collyer Quay
Singapore 049321

Me@OUE at OUE Bayfront welcomes new Executive Chef Sam Chin who is only 33 years old, helming the three open-concept kitchens offering Japanese, French and Chinese cuisines. For the gourmands, you will be glad to know that Me@OUE is offering the highly prized Kumamoto Beef on the menu. With the access to the whole cattle, diners get to enjoy the different cuts of the prized beef, also known as the caviar of meat.

Recommend Item: Hokkaido Botan Ebi Tartare, Charcoal Grilled Striploin, Yakiniku


Song Garden Chinese Restaurant
Mercure Bugis Singapore
122 Middle Road
Singapore 188973

Song Garden is  a new Cantonese restaurant that has opened on the second level of the new Mercure Singapore Bugis hotel. Taking almost the entire floor, it can sit up to 120 people with seven private rooms. The new Chinese restaurant is helmed by Executive Chef Wong Shea Nung and Executive Dim Sum Chef Leung Chi Man. If you are a fan of East Ocean Seafood Restaurant's dim sum, you may be interested to know that Chef Leung has moved to Song Garden to be the Executive Dim Sum Chef.

Recommend Item: Lobster with Pumpkin Puree in Hot Stone Pot, Steamed Cheong Fun with Fresh Prawn, Mentaiko Cod Fillet, Signature Roast Chicken on Bed of Beancurd Skin


Raffles @ Holland Village
118 Holland Avenue
Singapore 278997

Located at the basement of the new Raffles @ Holland Village is SENS, a Japanese restaurant within the gourmet grocer TASTE. It offers a wide repertoire of contemporary Japanese cuisine including sashimi, sushi, teppanyaki and omakase. It also boasts one of the largest selections of Japanese craft beers, sake and wines from breweries in different regions of Japan.

Recommend Item: Miyazaki Wagyu Tataki, Kurobuta Rosu Katsu

New Menu


KEK Seafood Pandan Gardens
200 Pandan Gardens
Singapore 609336

One of the latest creation at KEK Seafood is their Oriental Burger, giving the western fare an Asian twist. A total of seven different burgers are created incorporating Asian techniques into the burger. I had the Pai Gu Wong Burger ($9) which comes with a huge piece of tender and juicy pork in a sweet sauce, sandwiched between 2 toasted buns. It turned out surprisingly good. Other burgers available on the menu are Salted Egg Chicken Burger, Marmite Chicken Burger, Coffee Pork Burger, Salted Egg Pork Burger, Sambal Beef Burger, Salted Egg Sotong Burger. For a mere $9, it comes with pickles and a drink.

Recommend Item: Pai Gu Wong Burger


KFC Singapore

KFC Singapore has launched the new Curry Crunch marrying the aroma and fragrance of coriander seeds, cumin and turmeric, then paired with a note of garlic and finished with the sharpness of dried chilli and peppercorn.

Recommend Item: Curry Crunch Chicken


The ART (Assumption Restaurant for Training)
Assumption Pathway School
30 Cashew Road
Singapore 679976

The ART (Assumption Restaurant for Training) is not your usual restaurant. Located inside Assumption Pathway School at Cashew Road, the restaurant provides the training ground for the students to put their F&B knowledge and skills into practice. The ART is a casual dining restaurant that offers 3-Course set lunch and High Tea Set on weekdays and during school terms. All prices here are nett. The ART has recently extended its operating hours on Fridays (during school term) to include dinner. Set dinner will be served for dinner except on the last Friday of each month, where it is replaced with Porridge Buffet. I was there on the last Friday of March to check out the Porridge Buffet which is priced at only $12 nett.

Recommend Item: Porridge Buffet, Braised Duck

Sunday, April 16, 2017

SG Food on Foot's Monthly Grub Recommendation April 2017


For the month of April 2017, 3 new openings will be delighting the palate of Singaporeans, while another 5 cafes or restaurants have revamped their menu to entice diners to pay them a revisit with refreshed offerings. If fans of Boat Quay (Original) Mushroom Noodle and Restaurant Home have been wondering where they have moved to? You can find out in this edition of Monthly Grub Recommendation.

New Cafe/Eatery/Restaurant


237 East Coast Road
Level 1
Singapore 428930

Probably the only place in Singapore where you can find sourdough baked traditional in a wood fired oven. Four types of sourdoughs are available from the oven. They are the organic white sourdough, organic wholemeal sourdough, organic rye sourdough and organic fruit sourdough. Complementing the sourdoughs are a selection of small plates and big plates, showcasing contemporary dishes cooked with traditional European techniques.

Recommend Items: Sourdough, Norwegian Blue Mussel, Grilled Pork Belly, Rangers Valley Striploin, Bread and Butter Pudding.


Shake Mee
Cookhouse @ JEM
50 Jurong Gateway Road
Singapore 608549

Opened by the same folk from Face to Face, the new concept features the handmade noodles in small bowl. Customers are supposed to give the noodle bowl a good shake to mix the sauce with the noodle, thus the name of the stall.

Recommend Item: Kolo Mee, Mala Pan Mee


18 Tai Seng Street
Singapore 539775

The first ramen eatery to be awarded a Michelin Star, Tsuta has opened its second outlet at 18 Tai Seng. Unlike its first outlet that offers the shoyu soba and shio soba, the new outlet offers the new miso soba together with its signature shoyu soba. As per my earlier review, Singaporean may not be used to the type of ramen offered by Tsuta but the new miso soba is closer to what we have grown up eating with, the rich and creamy tonkotsu style.

Recommend Item: Miso Soba

New Menu


Birds Of A Feather
113 Amoy Street
Singapore 069935

Spreading its wings for greater high, the new cafe which opened late last year has expanded its menu offering new creations to delight the taste buds of their customers. Ranging from brunch to dinner, there is something new on the menu for a revisit. Even the dessert menu has a few new additions that is worthy to give the diet plan a miss.

Recommend Item: Pig Ear Mosaic, Kawa Ebi Swim in The Chillies, Glutinous Rice Cake (savoury version).


Chicken Up
Jurong East MRT Station
10 Jurong East Street 12
Singapore 609690

Voted as the best Korean Fried Chicken which is definitely well deserved for their flavourful and juicy Ganjang (Soya) Chicken Wings. Recently it has introduced the UFO Toppoki which comes with rice cake, deep fried breaded squid in a spicy chilli paste sauce. This is complemented with sides such as caramelized kimchi, cheese, corn cheese, kimchi fried rice, steamed egg and some grinded padano cheese.

Recommend Item: UFO Toppoki, Ganjang (Soya) Chicken Wings


PARKROYAL on Pickering
3 Upper Pickering Street
Singapore 058289

Lime at PARKROYAL on Pickering has refreshed their Afternoon Tea menu with three tiers of joy that features local inspired savoury items as well as sweet delights. The afternoon tea is available from 3pm to 6pm daily. For $42, you get a high tea set and a single servicing of specialty coffee and TWG Tea. For an additional top up of $6 at $48, you get a high tea set and unlimited servicing of specialty coffee and TWG Tea. Each high tea set is good for 2 person.

Recommend Item: High Tea


Tamashii Robataya
12 North Canal Road
Singapore 048825

For a limited period from 11 March to 30 April 2017, Tamashii Robabtaya is working together with Miumi Japan Food to promote the premium and seasonal ingredients of Kansai region. To showcases the food and ingredients from Kansai, both Chef Yukari Tsuchitda and Chef Patrick Tan have come together to create a 8 course omakase menu at $188.

Recommend Item: Omakase


The Bravery Cafe
66 Horne Road
Singapore 209073

The cafe at Lavender has extended their opening on Friday and Saturday to offer dinner. Although the dinner menu is limited, the dishes are well presented and plated. Although some dishes needed some refinement, I think it has potential if a little more effort is put into the cooking.

Recommend Item: Garlic Crieam Mussel Stew, Pan Seared Seabass.



Boat Quay (Original) Mushroom Noodle
Blk 312A Sumang Link
Singapore 822312

Previously located at Bukit Batok before moving to its current location, Boat Quay (Original) Mushroom Noodle was started by Uncle Lim's grandfather who used to sell the dish at Boat Quay in a pushcart. The stall which handmade their Teochew dumpling which is a must try here.

Recommend Item: Teochew Dumpling, Signature Noodle


Restaurant HOME & Bar
27 Cosford Road
Singapore 499549

Used to be located at The Rail Mall, Restaurant Home has moved to Changi. The new location has a new kampong vibe to it. Besides the indoor dining area, the restaurant also has an alfresco area with a bar. A separate menu has also been put together focusing on barbecued items. While Chef Tan has retained most of his signature items of the menu, he has also incorporated new items inspired by the kampong surrounding, bring cooking to its basic and showcasing the natural flavours of the ingredients.

Recommend Item: La La Crispy Rice, Hot-Stone Sauteed Pig Liver, Baked Chicken with Herbal Sea Salt.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

SG Food on Foot's Monthly Grub Recommendation March 2017


In the blink of an eye, we are in the 4th edition of the Monthly Grub Recommendation. For this March 2017 listing, I am recommending 6 new restaurants that have opened recently which I have visited and enjoyed the food there. On top of that, 2 restaurants have refreshed their menu which is worthy of a visit. Last but not least, Japanese Restaurant Week is taking place this month whereby diners stand a chance to win air tickets to Japan.

New Cafe/ Eatery/ Restaurant


Canton Paradise
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
2 Bayfront Avenue
Singapore 018972

If you do not know, the Paradise Group has become the largest Chinese restaurant brand in Singapore with various concepts around in Singapore. One of the concepts, Canton Paradise has opened its sixth and latest restaurant at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands offering all day dim sum, roast meats, noodles and congee.

Canton Paradise is current having a Yum Cha promotion where diners can enjoy 50% discount on dim sum, congee and noodles (exclude noodles with with roast items) when they dine in at any 6 Canton Paradise outlets on weekdays (exclude eve of/and public holiday), 3pm to 5pm. Terms and Conditions applied. Please refer to Canton Paradise for more details.

Recommend Items: Steamed Rice Rolls with Preserved Turnip Filling, Dried Sakura Shrimps with Scallion Ol Tofu, Baked BBQ Pork Pastry


Don Meijin
Ramen Champion Bugis+
201 Victoria Street
Singapore 188607

Ramen Champion Bugis+ welcomes a new donburi specialist offering a wide variety of donburi on the menu. You can get Japanese rice bowls ranging from tendon to katsudon, roast beef don to butadon using short grain, Japanese rice that is specially imported from Hokkaido. It even has an local inspired spicy chilli crab tendon.

Recommend Items: Mille Feuille Katsu Don, Pork Shogayaki Don


74 Amoy Street
Singapore 069893

K-Tower is a new seafood tower restaurant has opened at Amoy Street offering 3, 5, 7 and 9 tier tower using fresh seafood directly from the tank. While the restaurant's name may seems familiar to another similar concept at Prinsep Street, there is no association between the two restaurants. Besides the seafood tower, K-Tower has an eclectic menu offering popular Korean dishes.

Recommend Items: Seafood Tower, Trilogy Rice Cake with Honey


Teppanyaki Hamburg Nihonbashi Keisuke Bettei

72 Peck Seah Street
Singapore 079329

Teppanyaki Hamburg Nihonbashi Keisuke Bettei is the latest Japanese hamburg concept for the Keisuke Group. The US prime patties are seared on a teppanyaki grill and served sizzling on hotplates. The set even comes with unlimited free flow of Japanese Osozai and eggs cook in eight different ways.

Recommend Items: Free Flow Osozai, Free Flow Eggs, Triple Cheese Prime Beef Hamburg Set


The Original Katong Laksa
331 Uppper Paya Lebar Road
Singapore 534949

The Original Katong Laksaor also known as Janggut Laksa has opened a new outlet at Upper Paya Lebar Road. The third outlet after Roxy Square and Queensway stalls. Not only the laksa, you can get to have curry chicken and fried chicken rice here. They even introduced the luxurious Crayfish Laksa at the new stall.

Recommend Items: Laksa, Curry Chicken


The Wall
76 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088497

A new kid at the stretch of shophouses along Tanjong Pagar Road is The Wall. It is a Whisky and Sumiyaki Bar that seeks to make Whisky drinking friendlier, approachable and more enjoyable. In short even the novice can enjoy it. The best thing is it comes with a comprehensive full sumiyaki menu to go with the water of life - whisky.

Recommend Items: Eihire, Japanese Capsicum & Minced Chicken, Teochew Heritage

New Menu


Ninja Bowl
15 Duxton Road
Singapore 089481

With the successful launch of its sister restaurant, Ninja Cut at Seah Street, Ninja Bowl has also refreshed its brunch menu to give diners a whole new offerings with Japanese flair to indulge in their next visit.

Recommend Items: Ninja Okonomiyaki, Shinjuku Comfort, Fancy French


The Disgruntled Brasserie
28 Ann Siang Road
Singapore 069708

The Disgruntled Chef at Ann Siang Road has undergone a revamp with a new name, chef and menu. The restaurant has been renamed as The Disgruntled Brasserie offering a refreshed menu of small and large plates curated by Chef de Cuisine Desmond Goh

Recommend Items: Gruyere Cheese Souffle, Chilean White Cod, Home Cured Salmon

New Event


Japanese Restaurant Week
6 March - 26 March 2017

In its 7th installation, Japanese Restaurant Week is happening from 6 March to 26 March 2017. A total of 69 Japanese restaurants are taking part in the event. All it takes is to dine at the restaurant and you will receive a lucky draw card for a chance to win airplane tickets to enjoy the cherry blossom season in Tohoku Japan.

For more information on Japanese Restaurant Week, please visit the website at

Thursday, February 16, 2017

SG Food on Foot's Monthly Grub Recommendation February 2017


Time flies and we are into our third series of our Monthly Grub Recommend. For February's recommendation, we have 7 new establishments, 2 new menu and 1 relocation. I am rather surprise with the number of new cafe, restaurants that have opened. I thought everyone is saying the economy is not good. I even remembered reading a report saying we are in technical recession. It really make me wonders why there are still new cafes and restaurants opening in Singapore.

New Cafe/ Eatery/ Restaurant


Wildseed Cafe
The Summerhouse
Seletar Airport
3 Park Lane
Singapore 798387

The former Seletar Airbase or better known as Seletar Airport has been transformed into a F&B and lifestyle destination. The black and white colonial bungalows, together with the lush greenery, felt as if one is being transported to the English countryside. Occupying the former home of the Royal Air Force's Tech Wing Command, is the site of The Summerhouse. The Summerhouse is an integrated multi-concept destination comprising The Summerhouse Dining Room and Balcony Bar located on the upper storey; and Wildseed, a cafe, patisserie and bar on the ground level.

Recommend Items: Independent Uruguay, Kaya Toast, Honey Lemon Rosemary Tart


The Garage
The Garage (Singapore Botanic Gardens)
via Cluny Park Gate
50 Cluny Park Road
Singapore 257488

Botanico at The Garage is located in a conservation building within Singapore's first UNESCO World Heritage Site - Singapore Botanic Gardens, that was built in the 1920s.The restaurant offers a contemporary-bistro seasonality driven menu. The kitchen is helmed by Spanish-born Chef Antonio Oviedo. A visit to The Garage is not complete without checking out the hidden bar on the 2nd level at Botanico. The alfresco bar area is actually air conditioned! It has definitely set a new benchmark of outdoor dining in Singapore which is air conditioned. It is amazing that the design of the place is able to trap the cool air within, keeping the temperature around 20-25 degree celsius.

Recommend Items: Smoked Sardines, Lamb Tartare, Chargrilled Green Asparagus


Barrio by Mex Out
1 Harbourfront Walk
Singapore 098585

With the success of its 313 Somerset outlet, Barrio by Mex Out has opened a second outlet at Vivocity offering Mexican cuisine in a beer-garden inspired casual dining setting. On weekends, it even has a breakfast deal at $12.90, which comes with a breakfast dish + a coffee (available 9am to 12pm).

Recommend Items: Loaded Nachos, Fish Taco, Barbacoa Quesadilla


Kuro Maguro
Tanjong Pagar Centre
7 Wallich Street
Singapore 078884

Kuro Maguro at Tanjong Pagar Centre is here to serve you probably the best maguro in town! Conceptualised by Misaki Megumi Sui san, a wholesaler of maguro and sashimi in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, who has also launched 20 other restaurants in Japan. Equip with trawlers capable of catching the biggest maguro in the world, Misaki Megumi Sui san is regarded as one of the most renowned tuna and fish wholesalers in Japan. At Kuro Maguro, you can enjoy 18 premium donburi, made with blue fins tuna curated and imported directly from Misaki Port.

Recommend Items: Kama Yaki, Toro Aburi Meshi


Ola Beach Club
Siloso Beach Sentosa
46 Siloso Beach Walk
Singapore 099055

Ola Beach Club at Siloso Beach Sentosa is the latest and only all-encompassing Hawaiian-themed lifestyle venue. Not just a holistic destination for outdoor activities and watersports, Ola offers an interesting beach dining experience, with .a menu of Hawaiian-inspired specialties crafted by Executive Chef Liinson Heng.

Recommend Items: House Smoked Squid, Huli-Huli Chicken


Acqua e Farina
The Rail Mall
400 Upper Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 678050

Opened just nex to the green corridor at the Rail Mall is the new Italian restaurant, Acqua e Farina. The restaurant offers a selection of North and South Italian cuisine to the hood with tried-and-tested recipes from their hometowns. Have a party to throw but don’t want to deal with the cooking and after-party clean-up? Acqua E Farina Party Helper will save the day and night! Generous servings of the carefully selected menu dishes and desserts, as well as 30% off Italian wines can be put together with fun presentation, delivery and clean-up at an extra charge, depending on the location and needs of guests.

Recommend Items: Pizza Tartufo, Fagottino di Mozzarella e Prosciutto, Tagliatelle alla Boscaiola


Porta Fine Food & Import Company
Park Hotel Clarke Quay
1 Unity Street
Singapore 237983

With the new year, Park Hotel Clarke Quay welcomes a new restaurant - Porta Fine Food & Import Company replacing Brizo, offering modern European cuisine. The new restaurant is helmed by 31 years old Executive Chef Michael Suyanto who was leading the team in Bistro du Vin of Les Amis Group before the new opportunity at Porta.

Recommend Item: Iberico Pork Secreto, Foie Gras, Chilled Angel Hair

New Menu


Casuarina Curry
187 Macpherson Road
Singapore 348545
Tel: +65 62859001

Only available at the Casuarina Curry Macpherson outlet is the new creation -  Ondeh Ondeh Prata ($4.90). What exactly is it? It is actually made up of crispy tissue prata, folded into a parcel. In it, there are pandan jelly cubes, a scoop of coconut ice cream, shredded coconut and gula melaka to be drizzled over it before eating. The combination in terms of flavours and textures work harmoniously. It has brought prata appreciation to a new level, stepping away from the tradition.

Recommend Items: Ondeh Ondeh Prata


Melt Cafe
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Singapore
5 Raffles Avenue
Singapore 039797

Taking place from 7 February to 21 February 2017 at Melt Cafe, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Singapore is the Lobster Bonanza promotion. For the 3 weeks period, guests can savour a huge selection of lobster creations at the buffet spread, showcasing the versatility of lobsters.

Recommend Items: Lobster Salad, Oven Roasted Lobster Tail.



Yu Tang Clan
One Shenton
1 Shenton Way
Singapore 068803

Yu Tang Clan is formerly rom Market Street Food Centre. Due to re-developement of Market Street Food Centre, the fish soup has moved to its current location at One Shenton and renamed as Yu Tang Clan. With the re-location, the stall has also gone up market and high tech. Food ordering is done through the touch screen machine at the front of the stall. You will be given a queue number upon payment. Wait for your queue number to be displayed at the queue number screen for collection.

Recommend Item: Tom Yum Fish Soup, Signature Soup

Sunday, January 15, 2017

SG Food on Foot's Monthly Grub Recommendation January 2017


With the successful launch of the Monthly Grub Recommendation last month, the second series for January 2017 will be focused on ushering in the Year of The Rooster, recommending various dining options and takeaways. With the Lunar New Year just around the corner, this will serve as a useful guide for reunion dinner, company lunch/dunner and gift ideas for business associates.

Besides the Lunar New Year special edition, this month's recommendation will cover 2 new restaurants and 2 hawker stalls that have relocated.

Lunar New Year Special Edition


Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant
Sheraton Towers Singapore
39 Scotts Road
Singapore 228230

Usher in the Year of Rooster with a fine selection of eight lavish dine-in menus at Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant at Sheraton Towers Singapore, specially curated for families and corporate lunch/dinner. The set menus can cater for various group sizes, be it intimate dinner for 2 or up to a group of 10 persons. The menus will showcase a variety of fine festive classics such as Steamed Live Red Garoupa with Yunnan Ham, Deep-fried Chicken stuffed with Prawn Paste and served with Mango and Ee-fu Noodles with Crabmeat and Crab Roe Soup.

For a grand celebration in the comfort of your home, revel in the exquisite festive delicacies from the kitchen of award-winning Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant. Find out more of Li Bai Auspicious Takeaway offerings here.

For reservations, please call (65) 6839 5623 or email

Recommend Item: Alaskan Crab Loh Hei Platter, Double Boiled Bird's Nest Soup, Green Tea Nian Gao, Yam Cake with Pumpkin.


Man Fu Yuan
InterContinental Singapore
Level 2
80 Middle Road
Singapore 188966

Usher in the Year of the Rooster with a luxurious selection of Lunar New Year delights and prosperity set menus at Man Fu Yuan from 2 January till 11 February 2017. From uniquely crafted Yusheng creations to indulgent pots of Chinese delicacies catered for both families and friends, expect a celebration that is primed for a most auspicious start to the New Year. Upholding the tradition of masterfully created dishes at Man Fu Yuan, Executive Chinese Chef Kwan Yiu Kan and his team have put together a bevy of specialty dishes steeped in auspiciousness. With a selection of 8 different set menus, diners can be assured of a suitable option, whether for an intimate lunch for two persons, or an extravagant gathering for up to 10 or more persons.

For reservations and enquiries, please contact Man Fu Yuan at 6825 1007, email or visit

Recommend Item: Black Truffle Yu Sheng with Deep Sea Red Crab, Silver Bait Fish and Fresh Fruit , Man Fu Yuan Supreme Treasure Pot, Barbecued Whole Suckling Pig with Glutinous Rice


Min Jiang
Goodwood Park Hotel
22 Scotts Road
Singapore 228221

There is even more reason to celebrate this significant season of joy and abundance with Goodwood Park Hotel's new selection of Lunar New Year Goodies, Yu Sheng platters, and savoury Prosperity specials.

Symbolising forutne, the pineapple is the focus of this year's takeaway goodies, namely the Auspicious Golden Pineapple and The Huat! Tart p bot beautifully crafted and ideal as gifts. Adding to the festivities are two new unique u Sheng platters - Prosperity Amberjack Lo Hei and Fruity Lo Hei with Rosemary Plum Sauce, as well as new and indulgent savoury delights - Braised Pork Belly with Sea Treasures in Claypot and Braised Whole Chicken with Sea Treasure in Claypot.

For reservations and takeway at,
Min Jiang Goodwood Park - call (65) 6740 1704 or email
Min Jiang One-North - call (65) 6774 0122 or email
The Deli - call (65) 6730 1786 or email
Alternatively, guests may also visit http://festivepromotions, for online takeaway orders.

Recommend Item:  Prosperity Amberjack Lo Hei, Spicy Salted Egg Yolk Lotus Root Chips, Braised Pork Belly with Sea Treasures in Claypot, Durian Nian Gao.


Peony Jade
Keppel Club
Level M
10 Bukit Chermin Road
Singapore 109918

Peony Jade at Keppel Club is ushering in the Lunar New Year with its 'Crow of The Crown' celebration. Tossed to a year of abundance with the Loh Hei - Flowing Prosperity Golden Rush (金雞献财宝, 撈到风生水起大). The Yu Sheng comes with an array of ingredients such as conch, poached blue-swimmer prawns, fresh blue swimmer crab meat and salmon sashimi dressed in Chef's homemade fresh apricot and peach jam sauce. Other Lunar New Year creations includes Australian Premium Whole Abalone Poon Choi, Baked Norwegian Salmon and Cod Fish Dace with Chestnuts and Black Truffles, Sautéed Boston Lobster Meat with Blue-Swimmer Crabmeat in Avocado Wrap, Pure Mao Shan Wang Durian Layered Nian Gao

Recommend Item: Flowing Prosperity Golden Rush Yu Sheng, Poon Choi, Pure Mao Shan Wang Durian Layered Nian Gao.

Bountiful Harvest Yusheng

Seasonal Tastes
The Westin Singapore
Level 32
12 Marina View,
Asia Square Tower 2
Singapore 018961

Throughout the Lunar New Year season, Seasonal Tastes at The Westin Singapore has lined up an abundant spread to feast on. The highlights include the ubiquitous Yu Sheng alongside a host of salmon treats – Traditional Smoked Salmon, Thai Smoked Salmon with Coriander Crust, and Beetroot Salmon Crust with Candied Walnuts – or savor the traditional Four Treasure Fortune Pot, Braised Pork Belly, and Drunken Fresh Prawns with XO Brandy, among others. You even get to have Mini Buddha Jump Over The Wall on Lunar New Year's Eve.

At the 'live' station, the chefs will carve and serve up succulent delights such as Oven-roasted Suckling Pig stuffed with Glutinous Rice and Chinese Sausage, Eight-treasure Chicken Wrapped in Lotus Leaf, and Oven-roasted Goose with Chinese Herbal Dang Gui, among other delightful roast meats. Seafood aficionados can also look forward to the freshest selection of lobsters, prawns, scallops, freshly-shucked oysters, along with a range of sashimi choices.

Instead of celebrating at Seasonal Tastes, you can also bring the celebrations home with traditional classics to leave family and friends crowing with delight. You can find out more about the takeaway offerings at

For reservations, please call 65.6922.6968 or email

Recommend Items: Bountiful Harvest Yu Sheng, Four Treasure Fortune Pot, Mini Buddha Jump Over The Wall


Xin Cuisine
Holiday Inn Atrium
317 Outram Road
Singapore 169075

A must have at every reunion dinner is the Yu Sheng, tossing to a year of prosperity and abundance. At Xin Cuisine, it offers a healthier version using dragon fruit dressing. The Abalone and Salmon Yusheng with Dragon Fruit Dressing comes with shredded yam and purple potato on top of the usual ingredients.

One of my favourite item on every Chinese New Year menu is the Pen Cai or Treasure Pot. The Xin's Traditional Pen Cai has around 12 ingredients. There are abalone, roasted pork, roasted duck, mushroom, prawn, fish maw, oyster, cabbage, Chinese sausage, radish, fat choy, scallop etc. This is also available for takeaway for a luxurious reunion dinner with your family members.

Besides the Lunar New Year menu for reunion dinner, Xin Cuisine has also introduced a number of Chinese New Year items and goodies for takeaway. You can find out more here.

For enquiries and reservations, please call 6731 7173 or email

Recommended Item: Abalone and Salmon Yusheng with Dragon Fruit Dressing, Xin Traditional Pen Cai, Wok Fried Glutinous Rice.

New Cafe / Eatery /Restaurant 


Beauty in The Pot
The Centrepoint
176 Orchard Road
Singapore 238843

The popular Beauty in The Pot has opened a second outlet at The Centrepoint. The new outlet compared to the flagship restaurant has a larger capacity, can sit up to 250 guests. The new outlet also offers 4 new soup bases as well as more selections of ingredients. Not only that, the operating hours is extended to 6am daily. Now there is another choice for this year's reunion dinner.

Recommend Item: Cooling Coconut Soup Base, Assorted Paste Platter, Fried Beancurd Skin, Red Garoupa.


Nanjing Impressions (南京大牌档)
Plaza Singapura
68 Orchard Road
Singapore 238839

Stepping into Nanjing Impressions at Plaza Singapura is like walking into a filming studio set in the olden days of China - luminous lanterns hanging from the rafters, lacquered tables and wooden furnishings, servers in traditional Chinese costumes. Also known as the Heavenly Kitchen of China, Nanjing Impressions sets to preserve and expand the culinary heritage of Nanjing. Till date, it has about 40 outlets across China, with Singapore being their first outpost. With Nanjing Impressions, I get to once again enjoy Chinese fine dining style and delicate cuisine at a pretty affordable prices, without having to travel all the way to China. Come here with an open mind and appreciate the dishes prepared with masterful knife works and culinary skills.

Recommend Item: Sesame-scented Beancurd Julienne, Celestial Roast Duck Dumplings, Jinling Signature Salted Duck.



88 Hong Kong Roast Meat Specialist
Qinan Building
153 Tyrwhitt Road
Singapore 207566

Since I was first introduced to the stall when it was in Tampines, I have been following it as it followed to Johor in Malaysia, and back in Singapore at Bukit Batok and Foch Road. It has recently moved again down the road to Tyrwhitt Road. Known for its famous biscuity sio bak, the stall has also improved on its other roasts, especially the roasted duck and char siew. It even offer noodles to go with their roasts now.

Recommend Item: Sio Bak, Roasted Duck, Char Siew


Uncle Chicken Rice
729 Havelock Road
Singapore 169649

Fans of the famous Sin Kee Chicken Rice at Margaret Drive Food Centre will be delighted that the late owners two sons have inherited his recipe and opened their own stall. Niven, one of his sons has started with Uncle Chicken Rice at Alexandra Food Centre before moving to The Bedok Marketplace. He has relocated once again to Havelock Road. The new location at Havelock Road is an air conditioned sit down eatery hence you will find the price a bit higher.

Recommend Item: Poached Chicken, Chicken Rice, Special Spicy Chilli Sauce