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Loof Launches A Mouthwatering Asian Menu By Chef Bjorn Shen

We’ve all seen iconic photos of Loof’s neon signages, quirky interior, and locally-inspired trinkets. This time, the proudly local rooftop bar has outdone themselves with a revamped Singaporean-inspired food and drinks menu by Chef Bjorn Shen, fondly recognized for his masterful “dude food” creations. This menu is no different, worthy of your most gaolat (Singaporean slang for “powerful”) foodie. […]

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Open Door Policy launches Singapore’s first 100% gluten-dairy-free menu!

While a fully gluten- and dairy-free menu may sound unappetizing and dull to some, Open Door Policy (or ODP, as it is better known as), stays true to serving wholesome Western and contemporary Asian flavors in a natural, sustainable way. Learning from sister establishment Open Farm Community (OFC), the urban interior of ODP has been converted into a micro-garden from […]

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Latest Recipe Launches Taste of Discovery Weekend Buffet at Latest Recipe, Le Meridien, Sentosa

If you’re down at Sentosa for an adventurous weekend, make sure you stop by Le Meridien for the Taste of Discovery Buffet. Think fresh seafood on ice, local flavours such as Flower chili crab with mantou and a dazzling array of dessert. Pair it with a chilled glass of wine and your weekend is made. […]

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Giveaway [Closed]: 3 x S$100 Greg’s Seafood Shack Vouchers (Worth S$300)

【GIVEAWAY】 S$300 Greg’s Seafood Shack vouchers up for grabs! Love fresh seafood? Greg’s Seafood Shack at Grand Park City Hall is where you will go to indulge in fresh seafood at incredible affordable prices. Gourmet Adventures is giving 3 lucky winners S$100 worth of vouchers each to dine with your friends! Here’s how to win: […]

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Greg’s Seafood Shack Opens at Grand Park City Hall

GSS has officially sprung a newfound meaning, especially for foodies like us. Shoppaholics have their Great Singapore Sale, and we’ve got Greg’s Seafood Shack. The ever-warm hospitality of Grand Park City Hall has recently open its doors of their latest dining outlet, Greg’s Seafood Shack. Endearingly named after the former Saint Gregory’s Street where it now calls home, the spacious 70-seater boasts […]

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New Sake Service Sakemaru Delivers Rare & Seasonal Sake To Your Doorstep Each Month

Here comes a chilled bottle of sake, delivered right to our doorstep, rendering us captive to this sweet libation in the comfort of our home. New sake delivery service, Sakemaru, is an online community that offers subscribers rare and seasonal sakes by boutique breweries delivered to your home each month ($50 per month); new subscribers receive a 50 percent discount off their first month. All sakes […]

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Modern Korean Bar and Restaurant Joo Introduces New Menu

Ever watched a Korean drama and wished that you were in Korea? While we can’t fly you to Korea, we do know of a place where you can get modern Korean bites and a wide range of makegeolli and soju to curb your cravings. Situated within a three-storey heritage shophouse along Tan Quee Lan Street, Joo […]

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Andong Zzimdak Opens First Southeast Asian Branch Out Of Korea in Singapore

There is no doubt that Singaporeans love Korean food – the Korean fried chicken craze (and endless queues) is evidence in itself. So when specialty jjimdak (steamed or boiled dish) restaurant Andong Zzimdak, with over 65 outlets in South Korea, opened its first outlet in the heart of the city, the Singaporean in us flocked over in a heartbeat. Korean […]

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The ABCs of Weekend Brunch Done Right

In a foodie destination such as Singapore, you’ll have no qualms finding a place for weekend brunch. But brunch fit for a king (with top notch service on the side)? We reckon not. So here’s our personal recommendation for the three best places for weekend brunch in Singapore – the ABCs of weekend brunch done […]

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An Extravagant Sunday Brunch at The Knolls, Capella Singapore

It must be said. There is no place in Singapore quite like the Capella, an expanse of greenery so lush it sends you straight to Bali. Overlooking the grounds are cascading pools of crystal clear waters resembling fields of rice paddy, peacocks wandering freely; feathers brimming with hues of emerald green and deep sea blue. […]

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