Fans of Korean cuisine rejoice! Popular Korean Charcoal BBQ SEORAE sizzles up its mouth-watering selection with exciting new additions, sets for sharing and a merry array of sojuOn April 6, 2017 / By Nookmag
Fans of Korean cuisine rejoice! Popular Korean Charcoal BBQ SEORAE sizzles up its mouth-watering selection with exciting new additions, sets for sharing and a merry array of soju cocktails and makkoli mixes that guarantees good times all round.
“Korean meals are meant to be shared. It is with this philosophy that we introduced new signatures and lunch sets that are perfect for sharing. Having established ourselves as the go-to Korean Charcoal BBQ for the finest ingredients and produce, the newly-revamped menu allows us to offer a truly unique dining experience for our patrons, that is both authentic and social,” said Chef Chul Park, Founder of SEORAE.
A firm favourite on the menu since launching in Singapore back in 2015, its signature Korean galmaegisal (premium pork skirt meat) has built up a loyal following ever since. Once said to be reserved only for lofty Korean royalty in olden days, the exclusive sirloin- extension—forming only 250 grams between the ribs and belly of a full-grown pig—is now a must-have on every local Korean buff’s platter. Marinated in a delicious blend of Korean spices and grilled to perfection, the galmaegisal takes on the characteristics of wagyu beef; rich with flavours, and promises a tender and juicy bite.
New on the menu is the fickle-friendly Kkochi Platter – charcoal grilled skewers oozing in an array of delicious and addictive fillings such as melted cheese, kimchi and spicy enoki wrapped in samgyeobsal (premium pork belly) or woosamgyeob (US prime beef shoortplate). Using Seorae’s special ‘circle grilling’ technique, diners can scoop up silky folds of egg and fiery grilled kimchi for a burst of flavours to go with their meal. For added indulgence, coat your skewers with a layer of melted cheese that surrounds the grill, offering a buttery creaminess that’s hard to resist.
Warm up your bellies with the comforting Budae Jjigae – a succulent selection of sausages, spam, bacon, fish cake, tteokboki, beans, mixed with fresh vegetables and simmered in a special Gochujang spicy stew.
Perfect for sharing, the Cheese Mandu Tteokbokki—Korean rice cake cooked in Seorae’s signature hot sauce on a Korean hot pan with fried fish cake, egg, corn-cheese dumplings, ramyeon and pineapple— promises an umami good time. Feast to your heart’s content with the sharing sets that come with two to three BBQ meats and free flow barley tea.
For a lighter touch that doesn’t fall short on flavours, slurp up a hearty spoonful of slow-cooked stews.
New on the menu is a clear, comforting Ttukbaegi Bulgogi; while the beloved Sundubu Jjigae— Seorae’s special spicy soft tofu stew mixed with minced pork, fresh vegetables, clams and eggs—never fails to disappoint.
Make your meal a merry affair and knock back a toothsome tipple or two. New concoctions include the Rose Petaline Soju and Lime Mojito Soju, both guaranteed to put a happy blush in your cheeks. Flashy meets fleshy with the Pineapple Cocktail, featuring a whole pineapple that’s spiked with soju and scooped straight from the husk.
Epic Lunch Menu
Enjoy a fuss-free lunch in the heart of the city as SEORAE serves up its signature selection—including Kkochi Platters, Budae Jjigae, Seoul Bulgogi and Dolsot Bibimbap—in affordable lunch sets (starting from SGD10.90) with free drinks and side dishes that are perfect for sharing. Enjoy 20% off on your BBQ meats and the option of getting them expertly grilled to perfection by your very own server, allowing you to head back to the office without smelling like smoke.
Price: Starting from SGD10.90
Valid: Monday – Friday, from 11.30am to 3.00pm (Not applicable on public holidays)
Enjoy a fuss-free lunch in the heart of the city as Seorae Singapore serves up its signature selection— including Kkochi Platters, Budae Jigae, Seoul Bulogi and Dolsot Bibimbap—in affordable lunch sets (starting from S$10.90) with free drinks and side dishes that are perfect for sharing. Enjoy 20% off on your BBQ meats and get them expertly grilled to perfection by your very own server, allowing you to head back to the office without smelling like smoke.
Price: SGD21.90 (a la carte); S$14.90 (with minimum two BBQ meat at regular price)
For the fickle eater, opt for the Kkochi Platter and treat yourselves to a variety of charcoal grilled skewers wrapped in samgyeobsal (premium pork belly) or woosamgyeob (US prime beef shoortplate). Enjoy them at a reduced rate with a minimum two orders of BBQ meat at regular price.
Ultimate Grill Set (for 2-3 pax)
Price: Starting from SGD79
Get the best of the best with Seorae’s Ultimate Grill Sets, featuring a wide selection of premium pork and beef cuts, complete with all-time favourites such as the spicy Sundubu Jjigae, refreshing Japchae and a Jeju-style Bibimbap that’s served in a stainless steel bowl.
68 Orchard Rd, #02-01
Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
Pamper your taste buds from Monday to Sunday with this affordable buffet spread! J65, the all-day dining restaurant at Hotel Jen Tanglin, has released five new themed buffetsOn April 5, 2017 / By Jochebel Khong
Pamper your taste buds from Monday to Sunday with this affordable buffet spread!
J65, the all-day dining restaurant at Hotel Jen Tanglin, has released five new themed buffets promising variety, freshness, quality and taste.
If you are a seafood lover or a fan of local food, this is the place that will keep you spoilt for choice.
International Buffet (SGD55++ per person)
On Sundays and Mondays, go international with Hotel Jen’s international buffet spread that includes a generous selection of roasted prime beef ribs, pork knuckles and Virginia honey lemon ham, baked whole Norwegian Salmon and barbecued pork ribs. Other mains include braised herbal duck, roasted chicken, Kam Heong prawns, Kungpao Squid, and more.
Colours of Asia Buffet (SGD55++ per person)
On Tuesdays, dig into local food with the “Colours of Asia” Buffet. Enjoy specialties from various Asian cuisines whipped up by chefs from Singapore and Malaysia. Don’t miss the extended buffet at the alfresco (outdoor) stations where you will be treated to a live demonstration of Teh Tarik pulling as well as live whirling and twirling of Roti Prata and Roti Jala.
Also, create your own version of Singapore’s favourite traditional dessert with the D.I.Y Ice Kacang station located at the alfresco area.
Look out for the Singapore Chili Crab, Laksa, Indonesian Oxtail Rendang, Bak Kut Teh amongst other tasty favourites at the indoor live kitchen.
Lobster Rock-N-Roll Buffet (SGD65++ per person)
To celebrate midweek, treat yourself to a spread of lobster dishes. The “Lobster Rock-n-Roll” is all about lobsters. From Boston Lobsters to Mountain Lobsters, and Slipper Lobsters, expect a massive lineup of lobsters cooked in different ways and styles – from the ice bar for the natural flavor to the baked, stir-fried, grilled, curried culinary styles that will keep you addicted and left wanting for more.
And do not miss out on the rich and flavorful Lobster Bisque that leave your palettes lingering with fresh, intense lobster flavors.
Live Barbecue Buffet (SGD 65++ per person)
For barbecue lovers, the array of selections at the Live Barbecue buffet on Thursdays will leave you in awe. Choose your favorite meats or seafood to be barbecued at the alfresco area. Signatures not to be missed are the famous Korean Bulgogi, Champagne Pork Ribs and Marinated Beef ribs.
At the Hong Kong BBQ station are the roast meats. The thick Char Siew and crispy Pork Belly are absolutely irresistible. Remember to try the suckling pig that is only made available on Thursdays!
Seafood Mania Buffet (SGD 65++ per person)
It’s finally the end of a long week! J65 teases your palette with a huge selection of seafood from Alaskan Crab, Mud Crab, Boston Lobster, fresh prawns, mussels and clams on ice. At the hot stations, you will be further spoiled for seafood in many ways from Asian to Western cuisine.
Eat to your heart’s content at the live oyster station, the best part of Seafood Mania. With fresh oysters from France, what’s not to love about this delicious spread!
Apart from the main buffet, there’s a dessert line-up every night. So, remember to leave some room in your stomach for these sweet treats.
If you love western desserts, you will adore the selection of tarts and cakes. There is a dessert drawer where you can pick out puddings and jellies. The old school Potong ice-cream is also included in the delicious range of desserts.
If you are a durian lover, you will be delighted by the long-standing favourite, Durian Pengat. This thick and creamy dessert will definitely satisfy anyone craving for the spiky fruit.
Head down to Hotel Jen Tanglin before 20 May to indulge in this sinful buffet selections!
This Easter, hop over to Pan Pacific Singapore as we present delectable treats to celebrate the occasion. Embark on an egg-citing Easter adventure and hold heart-warming gatherings withOn April 3, 2017 / By Nookmag
This Easter, hop over to Pan Pacific Singapore as we present delectable treats to celebrate the occasion. Embark on an egg-citing Easter adventure and hold heart-warming gatherings with traditional goodies from Pacific Marketplace or celebrate with a wide array of Easter- themed delights and fun-filled kids’ activities at Edge.
Be drawn in to the Easter tradition with the smorgasbord of goodies at Pacific Marketplace. Taking the limelight this year is our Pastry Chef Eddy’s special creation, the Yoghurt Lemon Carrot Sponge Cake. The beautiful sight of chocolate Easter bunnies delivering eggs across the soft and billowy field of yoghurt lemon sponge with hidden layers of crunchy carrot cake, will be perfect to showcase the folkloric characters to the young ones.
Participate in one of the popular annual customs, the Easter egg hunt, and surprise your little ones with our extensive selection of whimsical chocolate eggs including the adorable White Chocolate Animal Eggs of little chicks and rabbits, the intricately designed Mini Scandinavian Eggs and the polka- dotted Milk Chocolate Eggs. For the ardent chocolate lover, unbox the Chocolate Candy Box to discover colourful Easter eggs with a range of tempting flavours including raspberry, pandan coconut, coffee, chocolate caramel, green tea and blackberry. For a Russian twist, our Classic Matryoshka Dark Chocolate are delightful additions to the celebration.
Joining the colony of Easter chocolate rabbits are the luxurious Bunny with Pashmina and Tete De Lapin Milk Chocolate Lollipop, along with the Green Laughing Bunny. Making a return this year are the Hot Cross Buns, now available in three different flavours – original, green tea and red velvet. For those looking for a tasty statement piece on their party table, the Giant Hot Cross Bun is the ideal choice.
Easter Takeaway Goodies
3 April to 16 April
8.00am to 10:00pm
From SGD4 to SGD50*
Pacific Marketplace, Level 1, Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039595
Spend quality time with family and loved ones this Easter Sunday at Edge as our team of talented Chefs brings you delightful treats to celebrate the spirit of the occasion, while the little ones would be kept entertained with exciting Easter-themed activities such as a traditional egg hunt and face painting.
Indulge in a four-hour long Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch on 16 April with unlimited Veuve Clicquot Champagne to complement the comprehensive array of finest Seafood on Ice, including Boston Lobster and freshly-shucked Oysters, roasts from the carvery such as Roasted USDA Prime Rib, Hay Smoked Whole Baby Lamb, Capon Chicken with Charred Lemon as well as Braised Lamb Shank with Artichoke a la Plancha and Salt Baked Seabass with Fennel and Lemon from the Chef’s Specialty Trolley.
Conclude the sumptuous meal with tantalising Easter-themed desserts including classic delights such as Hot Cross Buns, Colourful Easter Eggs, Champagne Jello with Strawberry Pearls Shooters, White and Dark Chocolate Fountain, 10 types of Handmade Macarons, and a beautifully decorated Easter Chocolate Garden of assorted candies and pralines.
An afternoon of interactive fun and entertainment awaits the little ones as they embark on a hunt for Easter eggs. To complement the traditional egg hunt, skilled face and hand painters will delight them with their creative designs at Edge. Revel in the celebratory mood with our Easter Bunny mascot making its rounds with goodies and photography mementos to sum up your Easter brunch experience.
Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch
Sunday, 16 April 2017
12:00pm to 4:00pm
Edge (Level 3), Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039595
All prices are subject to 10% service charge and 7% GST, unless otherwise stated.
Fluffy, syrupy buttermilk pancakes… a juicy, no-frills cheeseburger… a beefy chicken-fried steak doused in gravy… rich and thick milkshakes – not for the calorie-conscious and most certainly notOn March 31, 2017 / By Nookmag
Fluffy, syrupy buttermilk pancakes… a juicy, no-frills cheeseburger… a beefy chicken-fried steak doused in gravy… rich and thick milkshakes – not for the calorie-conscious and most certainly not for the faint-of-heart.
But a slice of heaven for the anything-goes eater? Hell yeah!
River Valley road is now home to an unapologetic and unpretentious roadside American diner, serving up full-on, in-your-face, waistline-busting comfort foods throughout the day. And this from the same people who brought us popular nutrition-haven The Daily Cut, which sits at the top of the health-food scale.
One Night Only’s menu is an authentic interpretation of American diner classics. From the Southern buttermilk fried chicken (SGD16.50) to the New England lobster roll (SGD30), there is nothing dainty or polished about the food at this diner. Servings are good hearty portions to set the heart racing and satisfy cravings and hunger.
The Texan chicken-fried steak (SGD21) is expected to be a hot seller. As the menu says, “It ain’t chicken, that’s for sure!” In fact, it is a cut of beef that has tenderised, battered, and deep-friend for that melt-in-your-mouth texture that will have people coming back for more. Another highlight of the One Night Only experience is the BYOB- Build Your Own Breakfast with a whole gamut of items to choose from, including eggs your way, bacon, and smashed avocado (SGD3 each) to hash browns and corned beef hash (SGD4.50 each) to classic buttermilk pancakes (SGD9), brioche French toast (SGD10.50) and maple bacon pancakes (SGD12). Served all day, the BYOB is perfect for those who fancy creating a light meal or the full works.
One Night Only is open from 12pm to 10pm, Tuesday to Friday, and from 9am to 10pm on weekends and public holidays.
One Night Only
397 River Valley Road
Capella Singapore is adopting a wholesome approach this year as the island resort launches a series of wellness initiatives that caters to like-minded individuals. From yoga retreats toOn March 30, 2017 / By Nookmag
Capella Singapore is adopting a wholesome approach this year as the island resort launches a series of wellness initiatives that caters to like-minded individuals. From yoga retreats to healthier food menus, the hotel is kick starting the healthful campaign with a creative food festival featuring award-winning French guest chef Olivier Rodriguez from 14 to 16 April.
Presenting his creative interpretation of Mediterranean cuisine, Chef Olivier is reuniting with his long lost friend, Capella Singapore’s Culinary Director, David Senia. Diners will be delighted with four days of gourmet experiences at The Knolls, including an intimate MasterClass at Chef’s Table, as well as a highly anticipated annual Easter Sunday Brunch with a live demonstration by the celebrated chef.
“Capella Singapore is excited to embark on this holistic journey this year. There is no other venue in the little red dot that can provide a well-rounded wellness experience as we do. Located in a tranquil and peaceful setting, Capella Singapore offers guests a relaxing holiday while enjoying healthier food options,” said Chef David Senia, Director of Culinary of Capella Singapore.
“With an increased emphasis on health-conscious living, Singapore diners are now seeking gastronomic fare that is both delicious and nourishing. Having crossed paths with my dear friend 22 years ago in Hotel Negresco, I am excited to reunite and work with Olivier once again, to introduce his revolutionary genre of healthy Mediterranean cuisine to our esteemed guests,” added Chef David.
Spirit of Sharing
Displaying his love for sharing, Chef Olivier’s customised menus at The Knolls will see groups of two and above enjoying different dishes falling within the same course. Using local ingredients, the chef will feature his best daily choices for both lunch (12:00pm to 2:00pm) and dinner (6:30pm to 10:00pm) in either four- or five-course options.
Diners can also look forward to wowing their palates with the chef’s signature Coulicious dishes showcasing his impressive culinary finesse. His Spices-flavoured Whole Rice served with Beet Coulis, Beet and Aromatic Herbs uses Mizukagami Organic Rice that is cooked al dente with black spices and red wine. Here, the tastes of classic French ingredients perfectly complement the subtle sourness of the beet aromatic herb salad.
Another must try is his signature hot appetiser, Steamed Apple and Foie Gras served with Dry Fruit Compote and Cardamom-flavoured Apple Coulis, where the chef succeeds in making an unconventional light dish of sautéed foie gras, harmoniously balancing a fruity flavour with tastes of sour and sweet.
Easter Brunch with a healthy twist
Chef Olivier’s dining series ends on a high note as Capella Singapore presents its annual Easter Sunday Brunch affair on 16 April. Enhancing the gastronomic brunch spread with Chef Olivier’s signature dishes, The Knolls will see chef perform live, adding a touch of interaction to the uniquely Capella gourmet experience.
This Easter Sunday Brunch invites guests to bask in the natural splendour of tropical greenery while partaking in exciting festive activities. Celebrating Easter as a family, children can enjoy their dedicated food stations on this fun-filled Sunday with activities including egg decorating, face painting and an Easter Egg Hunt on the hotel’s sprawling front lawn.
The Essence of Coulicious MasterClass
Those looking to recreate Chef Olivier’s unique cuisine at home can opt for the one and only masterclass on 14 April, 10:00am. Held at the Chef’s Table that offers utmost comfort and elegance, the intimate setting allows cooking enthusiasts to interact with Chef Olivier during his food demonstration. Participants will also have the chance to enjoy a three-course set lunch after class at Chef’s Table.
1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island
Hennessy V.S.O.P Privilège will celebrate its rich legacy and individuality in a new collaboration with Milan-based artistic duo Carnovsky, for its 2016 Hennessy V.S.O.P Privilège Limited Edition. TheOn March 28, 2017 / By Nookmag
Hennessy V.S.O.P Privilège will celebrate its rich legacy and individuality in a new collaboration with Milan-based artistic duo Carnovsky, for its 2016 Hennessy V.S.O.P Privilège Limited Edition. The launch party in Singapore nightspot F Club had innovative lighting concepts that brought to life the psychedelic design of the limited edition by Carnovsky.
Party-goers indulged in refreshing Hennessy Art of Mixing long-drink cocktails from the bar along with captivating contemporary mixes and electronic-heavy tunes from international DJ and producer, DJ Slick from Germany, DJ Sherpa from Portugal, and Singapore’s very own DJ Reiko. The long drinks available at the party were unique concoctions created using the Hennessy V.S.O.P Privilège, including the fresh Hennessy Apple, sweet Hennessy Berry, light Hennessy Citrus and The Hennessy Soda.
The perfectly-balanced Hennessy V.S.O.P cognac was created in 1818 as a special order for the future King George IV of England. For eight generations, Hennessy Master Blenders have ensured that V.S.O.P Privilège retains its distinctive identity in the world of cognac. To mark this creation, Hennessy celebrates limited editions of V.S.O.P Privilège with esteemed artists each year, including acclaimed British graphic artist Peter Saville, in 2014 and 2015.
The 2016 limited-edition design narrates Hennessy V.S.O.P Privilège’s mastery through the illustrative red, blue and green concept of Carnovsky’s signature “RGB Project”.
Carnovsky’s pioneering “RGB Project” has placed the duo at the forefront of the contemporary design scene. For Hennessy, this collaboration marks the first venture into the realm of virtual animation.
Artists Francesco Rugi and Silvia Quintanilla founded their Carnovsky studio in 2006 and crafted an aesthetic that blends 17th century illustrations with the “RGB Project”, a digital technique named for the virtual world’s primary colors: red, green and blue.
The design for Hennessy V.S.O.P Privilège Limited Edition by Carnovsky began with a visit in Cognac, the historic origin of Hennessy. From the Maison’s archives, Carnovsky sourced a variety of patterns illustrating the fundamental elements of cognac making – sun, earth, grapes, and water – as well as symbols representing Hennessy mastery, such as its coat of arms or the compass.
Carnovsky then projected Hennessy’s story into layers, rendering it in “RGB” – Red, Green and Blue overlays – to illustrate the origin and spirit of Hennessy V.S.O.P Privilège. In their entirety, the overlays coexist harmoniously to the naked eye, but these three narrative layers reveal the hidden stories beneath when viewed through a coloured filter:
Mitzo Restaurant & Bar unveils a refreshed menu with over 30 new dishes this March. True to its roots, the ever-progressive restaurant stays modern and enthusing with anOn March 28, 2017 / By Nookmag
Mitzo Restaurant & Bar unveils a refreshed menu with over 30 new dishes this March. True to its roots, the ever-progressive restaurant stays modern and enthusing with an evolved food menu, featuring classic Cantonese cuisine with a touch of modernity. Recognised for its unparalleled dining experience, Mitzo does not compromise on its cocktail programme either. The comprehensive cocktail list was also recently rejuvenated with innovative new tipples such as Uncle Negroni and Chinese Collins – interesting Asian twists to classics that just hit all the right notes.
The revamped menu at Mitzo is an exemplary showcase of Executive Head Chef Nicky Ng’s prowess in redefining the Chinese dining experience through the innovative use of ingredients cookery know-how.
A Harmony of Novel Flavours
Boasting creativity and finesse, the spruced-up menu continues to stay true to the philosophy of Cantonese cooking with the incorporation of unique flavours such as the use of petai bean sauce, black peppermint and aromatic coffee sauce in its new dishes. Highlights of the menu includes Roasted coffee pork neck served with crispy beancurd skin and Chinese pancakes, Venison with asparagus in black peppermint sauce and Stir-fried lobster claw in petai bean sauce.
Fans of Mitzo’s current offerings will find crowd favourites such as the Mitzo special barbecued pork, Black truffle crispy roast duck and iconic Steamed dim sum platters retaining their spots in the new menu. Popular seasonal dishes such as Steamed live lobster topped with black and white garlic in soya sauce and Strawberry sweet and sour pork are added onto the menu.
Refined Set Menus
Curated for the most discerning diners, taste the best of Mitzo with the refreshed Signatures Set Menu, which features seven courses of Chef Nicky’s flair for the contemporary Cantonese cuisine. Priced at SGD128++ per pax, savour familiar picks and new renditions such as the Battered lotus stuffed with truffle shrimps – a real winner on the palate with its impeccable combination of juicy fresh shrimps and the delightful crunch of the battered lotus.
Those looking to indulge in premium seafood and meat options can select Mitzo’s Specialties Set Menu, perfect to be shared between parties of two or more at SGD168++ per pax. The menu kicks off with Mitzo’s Specialties Platter and takes diners on a whirlwind of gastronomic fare with Braised bird nest with lobster meat and bamboo pith in carrot broth and Poached abalone noodles in pork consommé soup, before crescendoing with an exquisite Japanese plum wine infused gelée served with Chinese loquat ice mountain that is both a feast for the palate and the eyes.
An All-Encompassing Dining Experience
More than just a dining destination, Mitzo takes pride in its bold cocktail programme designed to please the classic connoisseur as much as the modern maestro. Going beyond mere consumption, Mitzo likens the act of drinking cocktails to an art form and ensure that each cocktail is thoughtfully concocted to pair with the signature Asian elements that the restaurant has to offer. Mitzo seeks to complete every diner’s experience on a high note with carefully curated music content, where the grooves are upbeat and effortless, echoing the modern and polished ambience of the restaurant and bar.
Mitzo Restaurant & Bar
Level 4 Grand Park
270 Orchard Rd, Grand Park Orchard
With its continued emphasis on creativity and innovation, BreadTalk has set its sights on Japan this season to create a limited-edition range of Japanese-inspired buns and cakes. JustOn March 23, 2017 / By Nookmag
With its continued emphasis on creativity and innovation, BreadTalk has set its sights on Japan this season to create a limited-edition range of Japanese-inspired buns and cakes. Just in time for Japan’s annual sakura season, the range celebrates the country’s famed culinary standards, innovative flavour combinations and unique culture.
Unveiling the Japanese-inspired range
A perfect example of BreadTalk’s craft and experimental creativity, the limited-edition range of ten items including buns, cakes and pastries, aims to bring the unique flavours of Japan to our shores. A rich country for inspiration, the new Japanese-inspired range is the brainchild of BreadTalk’s R&D masterchefs, Masterchef Atsushi Murata and Masterchef Janson Loo. Together they have created a range that reflects the aesthetic beauty of cherry blossom trees and brings to life Japanese local street food favourites like okonomiyaki and yakitori for Singaporeans to enjoy.
Take to the streets of Hiroshima, famed for its Japanese savoury pancake, with our Oh! Konomiyaki bun which combines the distinctive seaweed, cabbage and bonito flakes of traditional okonomiyaki. For the ultimate in cool Japanese bar vibes, sample the yakitori-inspired (grilled meat skewer) Bacon Kushiyaki or transport yourself to Japan’s sakura-lined streets with Ms Berry Blossom, our sweet treat of a bun.
“Japan has such a rich culture and is known around the world for its unique flavours and ingredients. We’re excited to launch a range that combines amazing Japanese flavours with our BreadTalk chefs’ famed creativity and imagination.” said Joanne Wong, Senior Brand Development Manager, Bakery Division. “Our international footprint enables us to bring flavours and ingredients from a unique culture like Japan to our stores here in Singapore.”
Mirroring the quality of Japan’s artisanal culture
One of the leading countries in Asia for innovative baking, Japan has a strong reputation for quality. While putting together this range, BreadTalk’s R&D team undertook research trips to Japan to study its latest trends and baking techniques. From using Japanese-milled flour to produce bread a with a lighter, softer texture, to using milk from Hokkaido to create that perfectly smooth, creamy taste in its cakes, BreadTalk is committed to creating products of the highest quality.
An indelible part of the region’s bakery scene for the past 17 years, BreadTalk strives to make every day an exciting new experience for their customers through these seasonal creations. Since its founding, BreadTalk has accumulated an extensive catalogue of over 1,000 recipes created from scratch, and continues to add to this impressive achievement through curated partnerships and constant exploration of new techniques, inspirations and flavours.
Buns from the Japanese-inspired range will be available at all BreadTalk stores while cakes will be available at selected stores from now. Retail prices start from SGD1.50 for buns and from SGD16.50 for whole cakes.
To celebrate the launch of our Japanese-inspired range, receive $1 off by purchasing at least 1 item from the Japanese-inspired range, with a minimum spend of $6 in a single receipt using Singtel Dash. Terms and conditions apply. In addition, share your favourite Japanese foodie experience on BreadTalk’s Facebook page by 25th March and five lucky winners will stand a chance to win a SGD10 BreadTalk voucher.
Six finalists have emerged in one of the world’s biggest cocktail making competitions – The BACARDI Legacy Cocktail Competition. Now on its 3rd year in Singapore, the competitionOn March 21, 2017 / By Nookmag
Six finalists have emerged in one of the world’s biggest cocktail making competitions – The BACARDI Legacy Cocktail Competition. Now on its 3rd year in Singapore, the competition challenges the country’s most passionate bartenders to come up with refreshing, unique, and truly appealing cocktails that will endure and stand the test of time; a fearsome challenge to be rightfully called a Legacy Cocktail.
Three Legs Cooling Water is pleased to launch three new flavoured cooling water – lychee, guava and lime. For the first time ever, fans of the household remedyOn March 21, 2017 / By Nookmag
Three Legs Cooling Water is pleased to launch three new flavoured cooling water – lychee, guava and lime. For the first time ever, fans of the household remedy can enjoy their favourite cooling beverage with a fruity twist.
The new additions are an extended product line launched in conjunction with Wen Ken Group’s 80th anniversary celebration. First created in 1937 by the four founders of Wen Ken, Three Legs Cooling Water is a traditional remedy, containing natural minerals used to relieve body heatiness and hydrate the body. The original Three Legs Cooling Water has become the traditional remedy of choice for most Singaporeans, considered to be a staple beverage in their diet as it helps dispel excess body heat and quench thirst. The slim bottle is iconic and instantly recognizable by both the young and old. The original Three Legs Cooling Water caters extensively to communities across the Southeast Asian continent and beyond.
Mr Fu Siang Jeen, managing director of Wen Ken Group, said, “We are delighted to introduce three new flavours to celebrate our 80 year-old brand. While we celebrate this special milestone, we are dedicating the celebrations to our customers, the people who really matter. We are excited to continue to offer trusted and effective medicinal remedies to our valued customers in the future.”
The broader variety of choices pander to the varied tastes of consumers and is suitable for consumers of all ages. Without compromising on its original benefit, the beverage will perfectly complement any food.
The lychee and guava flavours were introduced last September while the lime flavour began retailing in January this year. The three new flavours contain no artificial sweeteners, and come in a new size – 320ml – for greater drinking pleasure.
Availability & Promotions
The lime flavour retails exclusively at 7-Eleven and is immediately available.
In celebration of the launch, NTUC Fairprice and 7-Eleven are running special promotions for a limited time only. Kindly enquire in store for details on the promotion.
Well-loved in the local dining scene for its innovative and playful take on traditional Asian cuisine, modern Southeast Asian restaurant Ding Dong turns its gaze inward for aOn March 20, 2017 / By Nookmag
Well-loved in the local dining scene for its innovative and playful take on traditional Asian cuisine, modern Southeast Asian restaurant Ding Dong turns its gaze inward for a brand new menu lineup. Drawing inspiration from childhood favourites, the culinary team led by new Assistant Head Chef Miller Mai, under the guidance of Chef Ryan Clift, carefully curates a menu that integrates familiar yet modern textures, bound to tug at nostalgia.
“Ding Dong’s signature style is all about putting our unique spin on traditional flavours, and serving up the dishes in a fun and unexpected way,” says Chef Miller. “For these new dishes, I challenged myself to explore the flavours I love, before recreating and enhancing them in a refreshing way, to offer our guests an elevated dining experience,” he adds.
Celebrating local food culture
Chef Miller brings onboard a fresh perspective to Southeast Asian cuisine, offering diners 14 exciting creations, delivered with sophistication and finesse. Be prepared to take a trip down memory lane with a celebration of local dishes, as well as other familiar favourites from Vietnam, Thailand and the rest of Asia.
Guaranteed to impress, start off with the Crispy pork trotter, spiced vinegar from the Sharing Plates, a seemingly modest dish. Requiring an intricate preparation across two and a half days, the tender meat paired with a house-made spice vinegar sauce sends your tastebuds tingling. The Grill pork spare ribs, peanut sauce – a twist on quintessential Malay street food, satay – captures the aromatic punch of a perfectly executed chargrill method.
From the Bigger Plates, spice things up with the Lobster tail, tom yum broth, sriracha crab cake – a combination of sweet, firm lobster flesh and tangy tom yum broth, or opt for a vegetarian alternative, the Cabbage roll, shiitake mushroom, cellophane noodle, both fitting for a light yet comforting lunch.
Other new items on the Cold, Sharing and Bigger Plates include Boneless beef shank, rice noodle, lemongrass dressing; Scallop Ceviche, thai mango, kuih kapit; Rendang beef brisket bun, turnip omelette, pickle cucumber; Yam ring, asparagus, poached egg; Duck breast, kumquat compote, bok choy; Pork collar char siu, pineapple salsa, chicharon and Tuna loin, green papaya, sweet and sour sauce.
The perfect sweet finish
Staying true to Ding Dong’s dessert menu, Chef Miller offers three new desserts that delight with intricate textures.
A popular local dessert, chendol, receives a Ding Dong do-over in the Coconut snow, pandan jelly noodle, gula melaka ice cream. The house-made pandan jelly noodles, coconut meringue, coconut infused shaved ice, and the smoky sweetness of gula melaka make for absolute satisfaction. An ingenious creation, the Ginger lime parfait, sichuan pepper crumble, lychee sorbet, incorporates a diverse blend of flavours from tangy, to sweet, to a gentle lingering spiciness, to create a bold dessert.
A fun play-land at Amoy Street, Ding Dong upholds its unwavering quirky, modern approach towards traditional Asian cuisine. The newly revamped menu aims to bring diners closer to home, adding a special touch to the familiar flavours that are close to the heart.
Valid: Monday – Saturday, from 12.00pm – 3.00pm
At SGD28++ per person, savour two of Ding Dong’s innovative and delicious creations. Simply add on SGD10++ to complete your dish on a saccharine note with a dessert. For diners who are looking a special mid- day treat, top up an additional SGD10++ for a glass of wine, prosecco, beer or mocktail.
Glitterbomb Ladies Night
Valid: Wednesday, from 8.00pm – 11.00pm
For the fashionably late ladies in the house, Ding Dong introduces Glitterbomb – the distinctive midweek ladies night with free flow pink prosecco every Wednesday from 8.00pm – 11.00pm. For just SGD50 nett, get fuzzy with three whole hours of free flow fizzy and enjoy a complimentary plate of carbon-battered prawns from Ding Dong’s kitchen. Burn it all off with a live DJ taking over Ding Dong’s decks and bust a move or two.
Date: Saturday, 18 March
Time: 12.00pm – 4.00pm
Every third Saturday of the month, Ding Dong brings to you an exciting brunch experience – Ding Dong Weekender: Brunch, Beats and Beyond! Priced at SGD100++, enjoy a five-course brunch menu of mod- Asian dishes and a 90-minute free flow on a selection of drinks. Add an additional SGD50 for all-day free flow. Show off your disco shimmy with music by a live DJ and indulge in retail therapy with exciting vendors selling products, ranging from clothing to design knick-knacks.
Ding Dong Singapore
115 Amoy Street
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Something exciting is coming your way this weekend! Whether you’re celebrating an upcoming anniversary or simply spicing up the weekend, Tippling Club presents to you a different wayOn March 17, 2017 / By Nookmag
Something exciting is coming your way this weekend! Whether you’re celebrating an upcoming anniversary or simply spicing up the weekend, Tippling Club presents to you a different way to fire up your week.
Once Upon a Time at Bar Termini
Serving up a slice of 1950s Italy in the eastern fringes of London’s Soho, Bar Termini—the offshoot of coffee maestro Marco Arrigo and cocktail alchemist Tony Conigliaro—brings Italian aperitivo hour to Tippling Club for a one-night only Termini takeover. Held in conjunction with Singapore Cocktail Festival 2017, on the menu are Bar Termini’s signature Negronis, expertly executed by guest bartenders Gregory Camillò and Robin Kolek and peckishly paired with inspired Italian fare by Tippling Club’s Chef Ayo Adeyemi.
Inspired by the traditional Italian culture that was present throughout Tony Conigliaro’s childhood, Bar Termini is evocative of the 1940s film noire movement. Named after Rome’s central railway station, Bar Termini marks the start and end of a journey as an authentic Italian pit stop from dawn to dusk and beyond, offering a simple yet expertly executed drinks list—including a unique collection of prosecco and bespoke house Negronis—that celebrates the Italian aperitif.
An extension of Tippling Club’s Sensorium Menu that places the focus on memory-triggering scents, Head Bartender Joe Schofield presents The Cosmos Menu as part of this year’s Singapore Cocktail Festival experience – five futuristic cocktails steered by scent that orbits the olfactory mysteries of outer space.
Through a series of fragrances crafted in conjunction with International Flavors and Fragrances Inc. (IFF), a leading innovator of sensory experiences that move the world, Joe taps on the sense of smell and interstellar intrigue to create cosmos-inspired tipples that promise to take its purveyors through the planets and beyond.
THE COSMOS MENU
Moon Milk, White Wine, Citrus, Jameson Whisky
Heat, Sunflower Honey, Citrus, Havana Club Rum
Stars, Carraway, Citrus, Absolut Elyx
Meteorites, Cold Brew Coffee, Honey, Salted Caramel, Cream, Aberlour Whisky
Liquorice, Blackcurrant, Citrus, Monkey 47 Gin
Each cocktail from The Cosmos Menu is priced at SGD22++ and will be available at Tippling Club for a limited time only throughout Singapore Cocktail Festival 2017 from 16 to 21 March.
Desserts take centre stage on Tuesday, 21 March as internationally acclaimed pastry chef Will Goldfarb brings his flagship dessert bar, Room4Dessert, to Tippling Club for a four-hands dining experience with Chef– Owner Ryan Clift.
Flirting with opposite ends of the flavour spectrum, Clift and Goldfarb present five exquisite courses, starting with two savoury selections from Clift’s playful repertoire that will undoubtedly set the stage for three of Goldfarb’s tasteful, inventive handmade desserts. On the menu are promises of whimsy, with appellations such as Bitter Grandpa (Mangosteen bitters, ginger flower, Javanese black tea, Pelawan mushroom, mango) and Whiskey, Torture, Turgenev (Sablé breton, whiskey, pineapple, lime, sorghum).
In true Tippling fashion, each course will be paired with cult cocktails concocted by Tippling Club’s Head Bartender Joe Schofield and Room4Dessert’s very own Koming.
Having been in the international spotlight for his dramatic interpretations for more than 15 years, with stints at El Bulli, Gerard Mulot, Cibreo, and Tetsuya, Goldfarb’s desserts have been featured in Montagud’s Pastry Revolution, and his writings on creativity have been published by the International Journal of Gastronomy and Food Science. His Bali outpost has been eulogised across the likes of Wall Street Journal, Vice, Conde Nast Traveler, and The Guardian, among other local and regional media outlets.
BIN 38 at Tippling Club
38 Tanjong Pagar Road
Once a stable for cars, The Garage is now in the driver’s seat of culinary adventure with two brand-new F&B destinations at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Park yourselfOn March 15, 2017 / By Nookmag
Once a stable for cars, The Garage is now in the driver’s seat of culinary adventure with two brand-new F&B destinations at the Singapore Botanic Gardens.
Park yourself in the park! At The Garage – the brand-new hotspot in the Singapore Botanic Gardens for strollers, joggers, families, tourists and anybody in love with nature and bold, fresh, seasonal cuisine.
The Garage sits at the nexus of history and style: an elegant 1920s Art Deco conservation building within Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visually it floats like a white-clad mirage, the seven vaulting garage bays lifting the structure weightlessly above the surrounding greenery.
In its history and location, The Garage luxuriates in nature’s botanical gifts, and evokes harvest, bounty, and the seasons – some of the features of ‘the sweet life’. Appropriately, The Garage is itself a multi-concept F&B destination, dedicated to those seeking to relax and unwind, and escape from the daily grind within the Gardens.
At Botanico, Chef Antonio brings to the table a deft hand in harmonising savoury and sweet; an intrinsic respect for the seasons; and a flair for free experimentation. His seasonality-focused cuisine features a simple yet thoughtful approach that focuses on produce at their best and freshest; and vibrant robust flavours “straight from the heart”.
“Natural, seasonal ingredients drawn from the best-quality sources are what I work with … and I essentially see no barrier between sweet and savoury, just a balance,” says Chef Antonio.
“To me, searching for the best technique or equipment to bring out the essential flavours of the product is my way of respecting that product. Bringing the best possible experience to my guests, ‘food with heart’, that is what I aim for at The Garage.”
Dishes to look forward to include Botanico Salad; Lamb Tartare; Braised Pork Belly with Sherry Sour Sauce; Cured and Grilled Spanish Mackeral; and ‘Ceiba’, a warm chocolate with Ginger Ice-Cream, Hibiscus and Brownie croutons.
A niche player in the local F&B and lifestyle scene, PasarBella continues to push creative boundaries by introducing new traders and activities at [email protected] and [email protected] Offering you gourmet produce, cooked foods, lifestyle products and personal services for the past four years, Singapore’s pioneer indoor farmers’ market concept, [email protected], sees the addition of a children’s playground, KIDZLAND, and collaborations with i Light Marina Bay 2017 and Sakemaru. [email protected], a gourmet food hall at the heart of town, continues to delight food-lovers with additions to its variety of international cuisine. Get blown away with epic food offerings and services, eclectic music, and incredible graffitied décor.
[email protected]: Excitement for all ages
With 32 traders spanning over 40,000 square feet, [email protected] introduces a new playground spanning over 12,000 square feet, KIDZLAND, slated to be one of Singapore’s largest indoor playgrounds.
Commenting on the opening of KIDZLAND in PasarBella, Farmer Xian says, “We are excited to have KIDZLAND joining [email protected], to supplement the wide diversity of traders. Accompanying the existing Fidgets World, Bricks 4 Kidz and Bubbles Gymnastics, KIDZLAND is guaranteed to bring a world of fun adventures to children, and cements The Grandstand’s status as a children’s enclave, with a wide variety of fun activities for children.”
With aims to create an integrated playground for children-parents’ interaction and enhance children’s enrichment in both physical and intellectual perspectives, KIDZLAND will be the to-go playground for your day out with the children. Focusing on the eight functions of children enrichment activities, namely verbal- linguistic, interpersonal, logical-mathematical, naturalist, musical-rhythmic, intrapersonal, bodily-kinesthetic, and visual-spatial, KIDZLAND boasts a wide range of interactive game machines, DIY zones, a performance stage and a big-scale naughty castle to cater to the needs of all types of children, ranging from toddlers to tweens aged 10 years old.
KIDZLAND is open to members of the public with a fee*, and the playground is also available for booking for private events such as birthday parties. It will be fully operational from end-March 2017.
[email protected] introduces new trader additions alongside its current offerings – including a cheese cave, a paella champion and cookie monster macaroons – providing a little special something for everyone.
[email protected]: A bustling street-scape satisfying your foodie needs
[email protected] opened to positive reception in late 2015, and continues to charm urbanites further with new trader additions, including Tamarind Kitchen from the Tamarind Restaurants Group and specialist creperie Cut the Crepe.
Be transported to Thailand with authentic dishes from Tamarind Kitchen, inspired by the diverse and robust flavours from the bustling streets of Thailand. The latest dining concept by the Tamarind Restaurants Group, each of Tamarind Kitchen’s mouth-watering dishes is crafted from a family heirloom recipe. Only the freshest ingredients are used, including herbs and spices harvested from the group’s garden in Labrador Nature Park. Signature dishes include Massaman Beef Curry and Phad Thai Talay with seafood.
For those in search of something different, check out creperie Cut the Crepe, specialising in all things crepe, from savoury to sweet. No matter the filling, from a simple saccharine one to a gloriously meaty one, partake in flaky crepe goodness with Cut the Crepe.
On the constant search for unique experiences
The go-to venue for foodies who seek innovative, unusual and niche gourmet products, PasarBella delights with one-of-a-kind experiences with i Light Marina Bay 2017, Asia’s leading sustainable light art festival, and Sakemaru, a subscription service specialising in the delivery of unusual sake.
PasarBella & Friends Go to Town x i Light Marina Bay 2017
PasarBella & Friends Go to Town returns for the third iteration of its pop-up event in this year’s annual i Light Marina Bay 2017. Joining over 20 sustainable light art installations from around Asia and globally, PasarBella’s curated selection of passionate traders from PasarBella’s farmers’ market, [email protected], and its second outlet at Suntec City come together under one enormous tent where a selection of signature dishes will be served.
Hungry and curious visitors will be satisfied with an appetising spread of festival grub, from luscious burgers and hot dogs, to hearty Mexican burritos and nachos, fresh seafood and tantalising roasted meats. Simply enjoy your bites on a leisurely stroll along the waterfront by Marina Bay, or chill out at the alfresco dining area with your friends and family. Prices start at SGD10 for food and SGD8 for drinks.
PasarBella & Friends Go to Town is located at the Marina Bay Sands Event Plaza, from now to 26 March 2017.
Sake Event at [email protected]
For the uninitiated, PasarBella partners up with Sakemaru on an exploration of the world of rare sake. From 31 March – 2 April 2017, Taichi Abe, sake sommelier and founder of Sakemaru, will be on-ground at [email protected] for a sake workshop. During the workshop, Abe-San will share more about the factors behind choosing good sake, such as the grade, temperature and preservation methods – even explaining the unique method of storing sake within snow to maintain sake at its optimal temperature.
Some of the sake that will be showcased includes the Shinomine from Nara, the Hatomasamune from Aomori and the Taxi Driver from Iwate. For those who are keen to sample unique sake, simply purchase from participating traders such as Keith Crackling Roast, Sea Salt Carribean Deli and Papito’s, and win a bottle of Funaki Junmaidaiginjo from Fukui.
Staying true to its goal of being a warm, community-based space, PasarBella continues to seek out unique experiences for visitors of all ages. With its new trader additions to both [email protected] and [email protected], and collaborations with fresh concepts, PasarBella is set to elevate its reputation of being one of the LIT figures in the local F&B and lifestyle scene.
*Admission prices for KIDZLAND will be announced when available.
This March, McDonald’s Singapore is set to excite Korean food fans and customers with the next hot Korean stars, featuring: the Seoul Spicy Chicken and Seoul Spicy BeefOn March 8, 2017 / By Nookmag
This March, McDonald’s Singapore is set to excite Korean food fans and customers with the next hot Korean stars, featuring: the Seoul Spicy Chicken and Seoul Spicy Beef burger. Inspired by the distinctive Korean cuisine, the burgers are characterised by McDonald’s unique spicy Korean sauce made with signature ingredients used in Korean delicacies.
The spicy Korean sauce packs a punch of flavour with ingredients such as fermented soy bean paste, sesame paste, soy sauce, chilli peppers, red paprika and garlic. The Seoul Spicy burgers come with a choice of a grilled 100% beef patty or a tender and juicy chicken patty, each glazed with this mouth- watering spicy Korean sauce.
Laid atop a bed of romaine lettuce, each patty is then layered with crisp mixed vegetables with creamy slaw. The delicious combination is then served between a soft bun featuring black pepper and white sesame toppings.
Complete your Korean experience by ordering the Seoul Spicy Special from SGD8.40, which includes your choice of Seoul Spicy Chicken or Beef burger, with a side of Kimchi Shaker Fries (L) and a Peach McFizzTM to cool off the heat. You can also enjoy it ala carte from SGD5.95.
End off your meal on a sweet note with the Melon McFlurry® with Coconut Jelly from SDG2.90.
The brand new offerings are available after breakfast hours in all restaurants and via McDelivery® from 9 March, while stocks last.
Introducing Don Meijin, a new donburi specialist opened at Ramen Champion Bugis+. The brand offers a wide variety of donburi on its menu, from tendon to katsudon, roastOn March 5, 2017 / By Nookmag
Riding on the wave of the increasingly popular Jazz Brunches in New York and London, Orchard’s premier entertainment and dining destination Montreux Jazz Café is introducing The JazzOn March 2, 2017 / By Nookmag
Riding on the wave of the increasingly popular Jazz Brunches in New York and London, Orchard’s premier entertainment and dining destination Montreux Jazz Café is introducing The Jazz Brunch, a new-weekend brunch experience, with a slew of Singapore’s brightest jazz talents serenading patrons with their soothing vocals.
Customers are invited to unwind over its appetising brunch fare comprising of a choice of starter, main, and dessert, and sip on free-flow of Champagne, selected wines and spirits, and draft beers against the backdrop of great live music performances.
The Jazz Brunch affair will be accompanied with the Raclette Cheese Live Station, where generous amounts of melted cheese are doused upon the main dishes for a savoury twist, along with a Meat Carving Live Station offering up quality cuts for discerning diners.
The Jazz Brunch Menu will include a diverse selection of dishes to choose from, including healthy starters like the Breakfast Salad and the Portobello Stack, wholesome main course choices such as the Eggs Benedict and the BB King Cheese Burger, and decadent desserts such as the Fluffy Pancake and the Sticky Date Pudding, just to name a few.
To top it all off, Montreux Jazz Café will have dedicated kids’ entertainers exclusively on Sundays to enthrall the younglings, for a fun-filled, engaging day for the whole family.
The Jazz Brunch goes for SGD98++ per person including free-flow of alcoholic beverages and soft drinks, and SGD78++ per person for those who prefer a non-alcoholic package. The Children Menu, consisting of the soup of the day, a choice of main and dessert, will go for SGD16++.
Montreux Jazz Cafe
Pan Pacific Orchard
10 Claymore Road
Stock up on your trusty supply of freshly farmed produce straight from our little red dot, as Open Farm Community (OFC) rounds up its favourite local farmers, producers,On March 1, 2017 / By Jochebel Khong
Stock up on your trusty supply of freshly farmed produce straight from our little red dot, as Open Farm Community (OFC) rounds up its favourite local farmers, producers, makers and bakers on Saturday, 4 March and Sunday, 5 March from 11.00am to 5.00pm for the first Social Market of 2017.
First held on 28 November 2015 to encourage “citysumers” to develop a deeper and more meaningful relationship with their food, the Social Market has since grown—both in scale and purpose—to become more than just a weekend farmers’ market. Now in its 8th edition, OFC Social Market aims to further strengthen the local community and showcase the best of what the Singapore soil has to offer.
A curated line-up of over 30 passionate vendors will be peddling their wares at the market – including house plants perfect for a spot on your windowsill; sweet and sticky honey; organic, honest skincare; natural scented candles; and jars of homemade jam.
Pick out the perfect grub-to-go for a foodie-friendly afternoon, such as naturally nectarous Soi Coco coconut shakes and products; fresh Kuhlbarra barramundi farmed from local waters; and organic homemade granola from SPGranola. Satiate your munchies at the OFC booth, where fresh juices and farm-fresh bites will be on the menu, including a live grill station where fresh produce purchased from our vendors can be grilled on the spot, complemented with sauces and dips created by OFC’s kitchen.
The upcoming Social Market will be a chance for market-goers to experience new flavours that have flourished in OFC’s edible garden, including a variety of nursery plants and harvested vegetables, as well as freshly plucked fruits such as papayas, bananas and the likes.
More than just a day of feasting, the market grounds will also play host to communal activities for both young and old, including yoga classes held on the outdoor lawn; an Open Air Cinema sunset screening of ‘My Dharma’—a collaborative documentary by Dharma Bums and Italian filmmaker, Alessandro Sigismondi—detailing internationally renowned yogis from different yoga traditions; and nifty gardening workshops by Edible Garden City that aims to bring the “Grow Your Own Food” movement closer to home.
Over at the main restaurant, guests can be amongst the first to tuck into OFC’s updated selections of seasonal, innovative and honest dishes—created by Executive Chef Ryan Clift and newly-appointed Head Chef Russell Misso—that are up to 90 per cent sourced from farms in and around Singapore.
Standout starters include a Steak tartare marinated with ginger chilli (SGD26++) that will please the most purist of local palates, elevated with a spring onion and coriander puree and an organic egg yolk, while ocean-fresh flavours are brought to light in the form of the Roasted red snapper (SGD32++) that sits on a spread of OFC’s own roselle and hibiscus ketchup, pickled cucumbers and a calamansi and sesame cucumber salad.
Soak up the afternoon with a tipple or two from our new Garden Grown cocktail menu, featuring grown-up beverages concocted by Group Bar Manager Joe Schofield, using ingredients directly from OFC’s fruit and vegetable patch.
As OFC’s parking space will be transformed in to a market place, the nearest parking spaces are available at Minden Road, next to St George’s Church and adjacent to Sherwood Road, as well as at Singapore Botanic Gardens.
OFC Social Market #8
Saturday & Sunday, 4 & 5 March
11.00am to 5.00pm
Open Farm Community, 130E Minden Road, Singapore 248819
Newly launched in Singapore, Go Pure is a premium line of farmed health products that captures the powerful healing and health-boosting properties of honey and bee propolis inOn February 28, 2017 / By Nookmag
Newly launched in Singapore, Go Pure is a premium line of farmed health products that captures the powerful healing and health-boosting properties of honey and bee propolis in their purest forms. Made with only all-natural ingredients, Go Pure appeals to those who seek effortless, nutritious and delicious ways to incorporate health and wellness into a busy lifestyle. Our philosophy that everyone and anyone can enjoy a happy and healthy life is captured in our motto, “Purity From Within”, and witnessed in our approachable price points that make natural goodness affordable for everyone,
To celebrate the launch of the brand, Go Pure is pleased to announce an exciting partnership with Open Farm Community (OFC), the revolutionary community food project and kitchen located at Dempsey Hill by the Spa Esprit Group.
Often referred to as “liquid gold”, honey is well-regarded as one of the nature’s most prized gifts. Made by bees from the nectar of flowers, the use of honey for medicinal purposes can be traced as far back as 8,000 years ago.
Natural honey contains about 200 substances, including amino acids, vitamins, minerals and enzymes. Its antibacterial properties are second to none: medical studies have shown that honey is excellent for accelerating wound healing, treating burns and preventing infections.
Go Pure’s product range includes natural and organic: Linden and Acacia honey, as well as Brazilian bee propolis, the antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory substance produced by bees to build their hives. Drizzled onto toast, blended into a smoothie or simply mixed into a glass of warm water, Go Pure’s premium honey is a delicious way to live your best life every day.
315 Outram Road, #09-01
Tan Boon Liat Building