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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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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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Easter Cocktails at Catalunya Bar (Now till Mar 27)

First things first. You don’t need to be religious to celebrate Easter. A few years ago (fine, maybe more than a few), we would’ve jumped for joy at the sight of Easter chocolate bunnies, and get excited about scavenger hunts for painted eggs, but really, being a grown up is so much more fun… and liberating. From now till March 27, Catalunya […]

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Open Till 5am: Newly Launched Ramen Keisuke Lobster King at Clarke Quay

Thin, chewy strands of handmade ramen noodles lay relaxed and entwined, taking its time to soak in a broth of lobster, rich and intense, its flavors searing through our palates like a blazing sun in the sahara desert. Welcome to Ramen Keisuke Lobster King. Lobster broth ramen rich and creamy soup ($14.90) at Ramen Keisuke Lobster King Renowned […]

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Big & Uncompromising Flavors at Adrift by Michelin-starred Chef David Myers at Marina Bay Sands

The Adrift king crab melt ($25) tastes as if they have just taken a tumble into perfect bowl of crab bisque and have somehow managed to still emerge crisp and full of flavor. It is the creation of someone who cares just a little too much, which is the only way to get it right. […]

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The Best Peking Duck and Suckling Pig in Singapore at Cantonese Fine Dining Restaurant YÀN (宴)

‘Minimalist’ and ‘elegant’ are the first words that come to mind when we first entered YÀN (宴). White table linens leave no room for doubt that it is indeed fine dining, but make no mistake, YÀN is anything but pretentious. Service is warm and friendly – smiles all around, and the restaurant is alive with […]

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Two Deliciously Healthy “Fast-Food” Options Open in the Central Business District: Aloha Poké and Grain Traders

For those who live on takeaways, you’ll rejoice with the introduction of these hot new healthy “fast-food” joints at the heart of Central Business District (CBD) that make eating healthy look, and taste pretty darn good. Erase all thoughts of oily, deep fried food, and replace them with (yes!) deliciously fresh and wholesome bowls – […]

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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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Singapore’s first Hawaiian poké bar, Aloha Poké, Opens at Amoy Street

Rows of colorful, fresh ingredients nestle comfortably in plastic tubs – chunky cubes of ahi tuna, salmon, and seasonal fish and tofu are bathed in three different sauces: original, wasabi mayo, and nutty sesame – displayed in a glass paneled chiller like a salad stop. Welcome to Aloha Poké (pronounced ‘poh-kay’), Singapore’s first Hawaiian poké […]

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Raffles Singapore Partners with Sipsmith to Create Bespoke Gin: Raffles 1915 Gin

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Singapore Sling, Raffles Singapore has partnered with craft gin distillery Sipsmith to create a custom gin that evokes the essence of Raffles and the craftsmanship of Sipsmith – Raffles 1915 Gin. Raffles 1915 Gin by Sipsmith Embodying the beliefs and standards true to the Raffles brand, Sipsmith is […]

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