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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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Neon Pigeon Rolls Out “Progressive Japanese” Menu by Chef Justin Hammond

Situated in the heart of Keong Saik is Neon Pigeon, doling out its latest menu featuring “progressive Japanese” creations by Chef Justin Hammond, accompanied by Japanese-inspired cocktails. Having honed his skills in Japanese restaurants and bars in Hokkaido, Chef Hammond draws much of his inspiration from his time spent living with Japanese families. The new menu showcases creations using essential Japanese […]

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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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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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Weekend Brunch at Bochinche Is A Hearty Affair

No new kid on the block, Bochinche has been a household name for brunch since its establishment, its provoleta with almonds and honey ($17) – a pan of glorious cheese, wit and crunch; honey as a contour, not a dominant note, a stage more melt than pull – a classic staple that simply must be […]

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Restaurant Meta at Keong Saik Keeps Things Fresh with A Constantly Innovative Menu

Joining the smorgasbord of dining establishments along Keong Saik Road is Meta, a fusion restaurant that serves up a small selection of ever-changing set menus. This constant change is the inspiration behind Meta’s name, which is short for metamorphosis. Meta at Keong Saik Road An ever-changing menu is a good thing, because that gives diners […]

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ERWIN’s Gastrobar – Gourmet Food, Affordable Beers, and Sports

We visit the River Valley outlet on a weekday night where a family has settled down for dinner. Whether you’re looking to wind down over drinks after a long day, or to bring the family for a nice meal, ERWIN’s Gastrobar checks out suitably. For the former, we recommend a cold pint of Paulaner (from $8.80) – one of a […]

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3 Food Events in November Not to Be Missed

As November rolls round, we suss out the top three food events you won’t want to miss. 4xFOUR (Oct 28 – Nov 20) Annual pop-up restaurant extravaganza 4xFOUR is back for its third installment, with a stunning line-up of Michelin-starred chefs that are presenting full menus for the first time in Singapore. From October 26 […]

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LeVeL33 Craft Brewery Restaurant & Lounge Introduces Saturday Brunch

It’s no secret that when one mentions Level33 Craft Brewery Restaurant & Lounge (that was quite a mouthful), after work drinks come to mind. Its right-smack-in-the-heart-of-the-CBD location is probably a good reason for that. While we’ve previously dined there for dinner (and noted the food’s not too shabby), its sky-scraping views of the horizon makes […]

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