Category: Ambience

Sponsored Review: 2018 Year of Dog Festive Specials at Millenia Walk

Chinese New Year is just round the corner. Many of us have even started their reunion gatherings. After receiving great favourable response from the last year's event, Millenia Walk has brought back the Reunion Lunch featuring the signature and festive delicacies from their selection of restaurants.

Sponsored Review: Rookery (Tanjong Pagar)

ROOKERY Located at Capital Tower near Tanjong Pagar MRT. An Australian-American Casual Dining place. Great for the office warriors in the area. It is also good for corporate team lunch and also chill out after work. My favourites are Miso Salmon, Baby Back Ribs and Baby Calamari.

Shinji by Kanesaka (Carlton Hotel)

SHINJI by Kanesaka (Carlton Hotel)~ Located at Carlton Hotel. The interior is intimate with elegance. The main sushi counter was actually singularly carved from the trunk of a 220-year-old Japanese cypress or hinoki tree. A great option for japanese food lovers and special occasions. We enjoyed all our dishes. The most memorable were the mouth-watering tuna belly sushi, uni sushi and honey dew dessert.

Invited Tasting: Chef Wan’s Kitchen (Esplanade Mall)

CHEF WAN's KITCHEN ~ Chef Wan, a singaporean-born malaysian celebrity chef. He has launched his first-ever ala carte restaurant - Chef Wan's Kitchen. He is offering authentic heritage asian and international cuisines. Some of these amazing creations were actually passed down from his grandmother to his mother and then to him. Wow these multi-generational recipes must be so well-loved to last through the generations. They passed through MUIS site audit and are awaiting our Halal Certification. Once ready, it is great for our muslim friends. A great option for colleagues, friends and family gathering with our muslim friends.

Sponsored Review: Trick Eye Museum (Sentosa)

Trick Eye Museum Singapore brings the amazing optical art from Korea to the shores of Singapore. Previously, we can only admire my friends' interesting illusions pictures when they had their fun in the Trick Eye Museum at Korea. Now we can also have the same fun and excitement in Singapore! We are brought closer to the amazing art through the use of optical illusions. They have their suggested pose beside the painting for your reference. We can also use our creative imagination to capture all these moments in our own unique memorable pictures. Recently in May 2017, Trick Eye Museum Singapore has added a new dimension of fun and excitement by having this Augmented Reality (AR) Mobile App. With their proprietary AR technology, the paintings are coming to life. There are sound, lights and special effects. Visitors can use the AR Mobile app to take video and pictures.

Food For Thought (Singapore Botanic Gardens)

Food For Thought (Singapore Botanical Gardens) ~ They offer delicious brunch in our most historical garden park. Ideal for family with kids. There is an outdoor playground for the kids to play. You can also take a walk before or after the meal. I enjoyed both the Full Works and the Banana Walnut Pancake.

Rong Fu Ji Seafood Steam Pot (Bukit Timah – Turf Club)

Rong Fu Ji Seafood Steam Pot (Bukit Timah - Turf Club - The Grandstand) ~ They offer fresh seafood steamed in a pot. Quite a spacious restaurant and not very crowded on weekday night. Great place for people who love steamed seafood. Ideal for friends and family gathering to enjoy the fresh seafood together. They have a huge free carpark. It is about 15 minutes walk from the Sixth Avenue MRT. I especially love the steamed fresh oysters.

K-Tower (Tanjong Pagar: Amoy Street)

K-Tower at Tanjong Pagar - Amoy Street ~ They offer fresh seafood steamed within the tower. Each variety is laid beautifully to steam in each tier in the tower. A great place for people who love steamed seafood. Ideal for friends and family gathering to enjoy the fresh seafood together. It is within walking distance from Tanjong Pagar/ Telok Ayer MRT. Founders of K-Tower were inspired by the “9 Layer Seafood” in their recent travels to Korea. They brought the seafood tower craze in Korea to the shores of Singapore.
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