The Chop House is a casual dining eatery under the umbrella of Wooloomooloo Group. The same HongKong group that set up Wooloomooloo steakhouse in Swissotel the Stamford, which I have a memorable experience with their tomahawk steak a few years back. (You can check out the review here).
Monday, 31 March 2014
Saturday, 29 March 2014
The F&B team at Amara Singapore has recently relaunch ELEMENT, their restaurant – bar concept. Element offers first of its kind, multi-cultural, multi-generational and multi-occasion F&B experience. In this review, Chubby Botak Koala & Little Devil will only focus on the International buffet selections.
Friday, 28 March 2014
Introducing the newly launch Straits Cuisine Buffet by Orchard Hotel. Straits Cuisine Buffet consist of Peranakan cuisine, traditional roast and seafood items and other all time local favourites dishes. Complementing the selections above, look forward to their live stations and a la minute highlights.
Friday, 21 March 2014
This little stall is simply the best udon in Ngee Ann City. Tsuru-Koshi name is inspired from the Japanese words, Tsuru means silky and smooth while literally means going down the throat well or deliciously chewy (not soggy). So from this, we can expect smooth and silky udon, and of course deliciously chewy.
Thursday, 20 March 2014
[Ceased Operation as at 30 July 2016 . . . . . . . Chubby Botak Koala and Little Devil feel SO SADDDDD]
A few months ago, Little Devil (LD) has cravings for fishball noodle. So we actively searching for the best fish ball noodle in this tiny little island. One of the places that keep popping up is Song Kee Fish Ball Noodles.
Dumplings / Jiaozi (饺子) is one of the most recognised food in Chinese culture. Eaten by not only the Chinese, but also very popular in many Asian countries. You can have it boiled, steamed or pan fried. For people in China, eating dumplings during Chinese New Year is a must, no matter which part or clan you come from. Speaking from experience, I ever ate 16 types of dumplings during a dinner session in Beijing, and it remain one of the best experience I ever had. To date, I still can't find anything to match it in Singapore.
Tuesday, 18 March 2014
Ever wonder on how Singapore looks like in the past? Or do you want to re-live the past of Singapore atmosphere in the 70s? Or are you are looking for a quick escape from the hectic Singapore? The Coastal Settlement is the place to be. Located in an 'ulu' (not easy to reach) location, off Loyang Ave opposite entrance of Changi Air Base, this place is not easy to reach if you are not driving. However once you are there, you will be rewarded with the relaxing olden days environment.
Labels: 3 Bistro / Diners, 3 Cafe, 3 Indoor / Outdoor, 3 Pub / Gastropub, 3 Restaurant, 3 Ulu Location / Hidden, 5 $26 - $50, Asian, Beer, Brunch, Changi Village / Loyang, Coffee, Nasi Lemak, Singapore Fav, Steak, Western
Location: 200 Netheravon Road, Singapore 508514
Monday, 3 March 2014
[Has moved to a new location from 26 July 2016 - See the details below]
Chef Tan Yong Hua has finally find a place to call HOME. Also known of the Prince of Pumpkin, Chef Tan is the proud Co-Owner & Executive Chef of Restaurant HOME ('HOME'). A celebrity chef in Singapore Media scene, Chef Tan also proudly represented Singapore Chinese Chef Association in 2013 to conquer the Iron Chef Thailand specialised in Chinese Cuisine.
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