Widely recognised as a food lover’s paradise and a melting pot of Asian cuisine, Singapore is no doubt a gateway to the eclectic culinary flavours of Asia. EnterOn May 23, 2018 / By Nookmag
Widely recognised as a food lover’s paradise and a melting pot of Asian cuisine, Singapore is no doubt a gateway to the eclectic culinary flavours of Asia. Enter Ding Dong, one of Singapore’s foremost restaurants to join in the Mod-Asian epicurean movement since opening its doors in 2013; the restaurant prides itself in continuously putting forth innovative dishes that meld familiar and traditional flavours of Asian cuisine with innovative plating, and modern, progressive culinary techniques.
Ding Dong is proud to introduce 18 new exciting dishes to its ala carte menu, a creative reimagination of Asia’s quintessential flavours through modern and progressive execution by newly appointed Head Chef, Miller Mai and his team of culinary specialists, under the tutelage of Executive Chef, Ryan Clift; as well as an equally inventive cocktail programme – Not So Lonely Planet, conceptualised and created by Group Bar Manager, Joe Schofield.
“The food at Ding Dong has always been about stirring the Mod-Asian trend pot, bringing in fusion flavours that bridge culinary cultures between the East and the West. Through the progressive and contemporary cooking skills applied onto traditional Asian recipes, we are able to showcase the versatility of Asian cuisine, experimenting with familiar flavours and aromas, and at the same time introducing new textures and new ways of presenting a dish,” says Miller Mai, Head Chef.
A Play-land At Amoy Street
Ding Dong has always been at the forefront of exploring a diverse blend of bold flavours in its cooking style. Embark on a taste journey across Asia that begins with Ding Dong’s rendition of Kuih Pie Tee, Singapore Chilli Crab, which guarantees to spice up your taste buds.
The meal continues with Tuna Tataki, Cucumber Carpaccio, Calamansi Sorbet, served with avocado sauce and topped with fresh Ikura. This seemingly modest dish will surprise you with its bold flavour from a healthy blend of Asian spices including coriander, lime, and chilli.
An indulgence in both taste and sight, the Lamb Shank, Sauce Merah, Chickpea, boasts a bold yet delicate flavour. The lamb shank is braised for 12 hours to achieve a melt-in-your-mouth tender meat that falls right off the bone; paired perfectly with a rich merah sauce, this dish is a definite shoo-in.
An equally intricate dish comes in the form of Beef Short Rib, Buah Keluak, Wingbean Salad. Capturing the rich earthy flavour of buah keluak, the tender Wagyu beef is doused in a generous serving of buah keluak sauce that will leave you wanting more.
Round off the culinary exploration across Asia with intricately designed sweet satisfactions including Ding Dong’s take on the king of fruits, Durian. The Durian Alaska, Pandan Sponge, Kaya comprises house-made durian ice cream paired with fluffy pandan chiffon cake; and coated with a light caramelised pandan meringue that forms the outer shell. The dessert is served atop a thin layer of biscuit, spread with a generous serving of house- made durian kaya.
Satiate your sweet cravings further with the refreshing Melon Sago, Rock Melon Ice Cream, Winter Melon Foam, Ding Dong’s play on the popular contemporary Singaporean dessert – Mango Sago.
Not So Lonely Planet
Inject your globetrotting culinary adventure across Asia with an intoxicating experience. Staying true to its fun and quirky nature, Ding Dong’s latest bar programme showcases handcrafted concoctions that match up to the bold flavours in Chef Miller’s ingenious new menu creations. The new cocktail menu, Not So Lonely Planet, features 12 unparalleled Asian-inspired cocktails conceptualised and concocted by Group Bar Manager, Joe Schofield; taking inspiration from various countries in Asia – Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, Philippines, and China. The menu is conceptualised as a map of Asia, which guides guests to choose their cocktails primarily based on the destination that inspires them most.
Toast to the night with a refreshing aperitif that is bound to whet your appetite and add a whole lot of fun to the mix – Butterfly, a blue Whiskey Ball made of frozen blue pea flower juice. Take a sip and get transported to the Land of Smiles with Thai-inspired cocktail, Sabai Sabai, a vodka-based cocktail infused with a dash of Thai herbs, blue ginger and citrus.
The Not So Lonely Planet cocktail menu guarantees to bring you on a journey of eclectic libation across Asia.
Took Lae Dee which means “cheap and good” is Bangkok’s most famous 24/7 restaurant chain, has finally opened its doors in Singapore. The concept is brought in byOn May 10, 2018 / By Nookmag
Took Lae Dee which means “cheap and good” is Bangkok’s most famous 24/7 restaurant chain, has finally opened its doors in Singapore.
The concept is brought in by Hersing Culinary, and the opening of its Singapore outpost marks its first-ever overseas foray. Over the years, Hersing Culinary has successfully launched Tim Ho Wan, the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred dim sum as well as Tsuta, which was the first ramen eatery ever to win a Michelin star in Tokyo. It also empowered Chef Chan Hon Meng of Liao Fan Hawker Chan, Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle, which doles out the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred meal, to open his first restaurant. Hersing Culinary is always on a lookout for the best renditions of beloved dishes, and is very excited to launch Took Lae Dee.
Hersing Culinary believes that good food should be priced affordably so that everyone can enjoy it. Now, it is poised to recreate its past successes with Took Lae Dee. Took Lae Dee is the seventh reason listed in the CNN article titled “World’s Greatest City: 50 reasons why Bangkok is No. 1” — the media outlet touted it as the best all-night food counter in the city.
Took Lae Dee Singapore will serve one of the cheapest Thai dishes in a restaurant setting, with prices starting from S$3.80. All the items are offered at nett prices, with no additional service charge and GST. The signature Pad Krapow is a crowd pleaser, its simplicity belying the complexity it takes to cook the dish. It requires high heat and all the ingredients need to go into the wok at the correct timing to ensure perfection. It features a choice of minced chicken or minced pork tossed with fragrant Thai holy basil leaves. This is a comforting street food dish that will whisk you away to the heart of Thailand.
Then, tuck into the Pad Thai, regarded as one of Thailand’s national dishes. It comes with rice noodles stir-fried with eggs, tamarind pulp as well as fresh bean sprouts. The roasted peanuts on the side add a nice crunch. Red chilli flakes are served as condiment, and diners can choose to add them and kick up the spice level if they wish. There are different renditions to enjoy here, such as Pad Thai Hor Kai.
Other must-try Thai classics include the Tom Yum Thai Spicy & Sour Soup Chicken/Seafood. Fresh ingredients such as lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, lime juice, chillies and a potpourri of Thai herbs and spices all contribute to a moreish interplay of hot and sour flavours. Choose to have the chicken or the seafood option. Then, go for the Kang Keaw Wan Thai Green Curry with Chicken/Pork/Beef. This spicy dish of a creamy consistency calls for freshly made green curry paste, basil leaves, chillies, kaffir lime leaves, coconut milk, fish sauce. Fragrant and satisfying, sweet and savoury all at the same time!
Pair the food with Took Lae Dee Iced Milk Tea, a well-loved Thai concoction made from tea, a blend of condensed and evaporated milk, sugar and real Ceylon tea. Great on a hot day, this cooling beverage has a creamy texture as well as a rich flavour. The ice cubes are made from tea, and as such will cool the drink but not dilute it. The condensed milk is served on the side.
Or go with the Iced Butterfly Pea Tea — the blue flowers are brewed and mixed with refreshing soda, and when they react with the citrus they turn purple. They lend a sweet aroma to the drink.
Took Lae Dee
18 Tai Seng Street, #01-34/35/K9
Say konnichiwa to McDonald’s brand new offering – the Hokkaido Salmon Burger, which will take you to Hokkaido with every bite, accompanied by the return of the all-timeOn May 1, 2018 / By Nookmag
Say konnichiwa to McDonald’s brand new offering – the Hokkaido Salmon Burger, which will take you to Hokkaido with every bite, accompanied by the return of the all-time favourite Seaweed Shaker Fries and new Matcha soft serve desserts.
Available from 3 May, the new Hokkaido Salmon Burger features a Hokkaido Salmon patty in a crispy panko breaded coating, made with salmon sourced from Hokkaido, topped with shredded white cabbage dressed with roasted sesame mayo all sandwiched between a toasted black and white sesame seed bun.
The Hokkaido Salmon Burger and Hokkaido Double Salmon Burger Extra Value Meal which includes the Hokkaido Salmon Burger, Fries (M) and a Coke (S) is available from SGD7.70 and SGD9.70 respectively.
McDonald’s new Hokkaido Salmon Burger can literally bring you to Hokkaido!
In celebration of the 150th anniversary of the naming of Hokkaido, McDonald’s has partnered with the Hokkaido Prefectural Government to give away a pair of tickets to Hokkaido!
Comment on the Shaker Fries Dance contest post on McDonald’s (SG) Facebook page with your Shaker Fries Dance video. The video with the highest number of Facebook likes will win a pair of return tickets to Hokkaido.
Give your fries a Seaweed twist
The all-time favorite Seaweed Shaker paired with crispy, golden fries is back – but this time in McDonald’s brand new shaker bag. Shake them up in the shaker bag to give your fries a Seaweed twist! The Seaweed Shaker Fries is available ala carte from SGD3.40 or as part of an Upsized Extra Value Meal – simply upgrade your Extra Value Meal for an additional SGD0.60.
It’s a Matcha made in heaven
Complete your trip on a sweet note with their line-up of creamy Matcha desserts, exclusively available at all Dessert Kiosks. The Matcha range comes in Cones, Hot Fudge Sundae and McFlurry with Mini OREO®, be spoilt for choices today! Matcha Desserts starting from SGD1.10.
The Hokkaido Salmon Burger and Seaweed Shaker Fries are available after breakfast hours in all restaurants and via McDelivery® from 3 May, while stocks last.
Tap into the “tapas” of the world with Scissors Paper Stove! Helmed by the wunderkinds, Chomel Yang and Januver Chow after their first successful venture with Fratini LaOn April 27, 2018 / By Nookmag
Tap into the “tapas” of the world with Scissors Paper Stove! Helmed by the wunderkinds, Chomel Yang and Januver Chow after their first successful venture with Fratini La Trattoria, Scissors Paper Stove serves up meticulously curated tapas, mains, desserts and hand-crafted cocktails. From serving the dishes in Tingkats (tiered Chinese lunchbox) and innovative use of Asian ingredients to crafting a menu cultivated for sharing a tradition that is deeply ingrained among Asian dining cultures, Scissors Paper Stove is the latest tapas restaurant in town with an Asian touch that we are all familiar with.
Available in 16 toothsome options, the tapas range is a synthesis of the best flavours and cultures across the globe with a breath of fresh air.
Grilled to perfection and served with stewed sauerkraut and homemade spicy chili jam, the Spanish classic Chorizo Sausage (SGD11 onwards) is made to whet your appetite.
For an indulgent bite, dip the slow-roasted Spanish’s finest Iberico Pork Belly (SGD12 onwards) into coriander and ginger sauce, and savor it with caramelized shallots.
Other must-try meat selections include Indian Lamb Kebab (SGD11 onwards) infused with lemongrass and Beef Skewers (SGD11.50) with Thai style homemade chilli sauce. Seafood lovers? Dive your palate for a tropical punch with cured sea bass Ceviche (SGD7.50 onwards) featuring nectarous mango, dragonfruit, kiwi cubes, and crispy pappadum.
Conceived specially for communal dining, tapas dishes can be ordered for sharing with the loved ones.
Taking the centre stage of Scissors Paper Stove’s mains would be Cartafata (SGD36) – fresh seafood infused with staple ingredients of the east such as lemongrass cooked in a sealed bag that is widely popular in the west. Served with Thai yellow fried rice, the dish promises a mind-blowing burst of aromas and flavours. Diners who prefer to relish in the full-bodied flavours of Spain can opt for the Paella (SGD28 for 1 pax and SGD45 for 2 pax) – boasting plump grains of bomba rice laden full of savoury goodness from the saffron bisque, topped with delectable seafood, chicken bits and flavourful chorizo.
Bearing testament to Chomel’s love and expertise in baking, the dessert menu features four sweet treats conjured by the young chef herself. Specialties which she mastered during her days in the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu, London sets to delight diners. Executed with a quivering base and infused with liberal shreds of zest from lime and lemongrass for a refreshing twist, the Panna Cotta (SGD5) is one indulgence that is not to be missed.
At the helm of the bar counter, Januver showcases his flare in bartending and sommeliering. Complementing the restaurant’s Asian-fusion fare, the pleasantly quirky menu entices its patrons with a series of locally inspired cocktails made with ingredients that are close to the hearts of many Singaporeans. Signature sips are Tak Kiu Peng (SGD12) – a vodka base shake with amaretto and everyone’s favourite Milo, and Nim Jiom (SGD13) – whisky on the rocks with soothing Pi Pa Gao (traditional chinese cough syrup). Have a perfect matching sip from the award-winning wine selection like St Clair Vicar’s Choice Sauvignon Blanc and Arlequin Merchant of Venice Shiraz (SGD55), or grab a bottle of beer to enjoy the tapas experience like a true blue Spanish.
Scissors Paper Stove
9 Teck Chye Terrace
McDonald’s is adding a healthier alternative to its breakfast option for Singaporeans to kick-start their mornings the nutritious way. The latest breakfast item, Red Rice Porridge is createdOn April 5, 2018 / By Nookmag
McDonald’s is adding a healthier alternative to its breakfast option for Singaporeans to kick-start their mornings the nutritious way. The latest breakfast item, Red Rice Porridge is created by local chef Anna Lim, better known as Souperchef Anna. Comprising 100% red rice, this low-fat and low- calorie wholegrain is known for its unique color and nutty flavor.
Health Promotion Board’s Healthier Choice Symbol
A modern creation loaded with hearty ingredients including sweet potato, shiitake mushrooms, bean curd, corn and goji berries, every mouthful of Red Rice Porridge is packed with natural flavors and goodness, with no added MSG. With 100% red rice and less than 150 Calories in each serving, the Red Rice Porridge carries HPB’s ‘Higher in Wholegrain and Lower in Calories’ Healthier Choice Symbol. The porridge is also suitable for both vegans and vegetarians alike.
“When I tasted red rice during a visit to Bhutan and learnt about the much-loved staple in the people’s diet, I was inspired to create a fusion recipe using this nutritious wholegrain and my love for porridge, a familiar hawker fare that many Singaporeans enjoy for breakfast. This was how the Red Rice Porridge was born – a simple yet perfect combination of nutrition, flavour and comfort,” said Souperchef Anna
“While all wholegrains are good for you, red rice does have at least 20% more zinc and iron compared to brown rice – both of which are essential for boosting the body’s immune system and are important components of many enzymes,” said Jaclyn Reutens, Dietitian, Aptima Nutrition & Sports Consultants. She added, “With less than 1.6g of fat per serving, the Red Rice Porridge makes a great low-fat option for a healthy breakfast. Having it together with a Corn Cup (3oz) adds 4.5g of dietary fibre to your diet, equivalent to a quarter of the daily required intake.”
The Red Rice Porridge will be available as a permanent offering during breakfast hours in all restaurants as well as via McDelivery® from now
Since the opening of its first outlet in Singapore, the world’s largest Korean Pizza chain, Pizza Maru Singapore has won over the hearts and stomachs of sunny-islanders withOn April 2, 2018 / By Nookmag
Since the opening of its first outlet in Singapore, the world’s largest Korean Pizza chain, Pizza Maru Singapore has won over the hearts and stomachs of sunny-islanders with its nutritious patented Green Tea well-being pizza dough and Black Rice Dough offerings. This April, the award-winning establishment will be coming one step closer to diners, with its second outlet located at the highly accessible Bugis+.
The new outlet will boast the same menu offerings as that of Pizza Maru Singapore’s first outlet at Northpoint City, comprising of the restaurant’s well-loved signatures such as the Mango Ocean Pizza – Seafood and Mango chunks laid atop Green Tea Dough pizza base lined with spicy buldak sauce and mozzarella cheese.
Another must-try from the restaurant’s acclaimed pizza range would be the Real BBQ Chicago Pizza. Made from fibre-packed Black Rice Dough, the delectable treat is stuffed with creamy double mozzarella cheese, string cheese and cream cheese mousse and served with chicken leg bits.
Last but not least, the new outlet will also keep to its Korean origins – Serving a scrumptious selection of Korean Fried Chicken that is sure to appeal to the taste buds of many, if not all!
With the opening of the Bugis+ outlet, Pizza Maru Singapore’s mouthwatering offerings are now made even more accessible, allowing fans and foodies to satiate their cravings without the need to travel too far!
The new 70-seater Pizza Maru Singapore outlet spans over 1500 sqft at Bugis+ and will open on 7 April
This March, pamper your tastebuds at Shima with the Maguro Festival Ala Carte Menu from now till 16 April! Helmed by one of the best kaiseki chefs inOn March 20, 2018 / By Nookmag
This March, pamper your tastebuds at Shima with the Maguro Festival Ala Carte Menu from now till 16 April! Helmed by one of the best kaiseki chefs in Hokkaido, Chef Hoshiba Fumihiko, the new menu prepares the popular maguro in a myriad of ways that will surely delight any maguro-lover.
On top of well-loved Maguro dishes such as maguro sashimi, sushi and donburi, Shima celebrates the iconic fish in several culinary variations:
Prized fatty tuna-belly ootoro deftly grilled teppanyaki-style for a wonderfully smoked skin, and tender pink centre which melts tantalisingly in the mouth. Drizzled with fragrant butter sauce and shoyu.
The delectable ootoro is seared in special Japanese sauce, and paired with crisp, refreshing takenoko (bamboo) shoots.
An interesting take, fresh tuna is crisp-fried with light and crunchy rice puffs. Served in your choice of 50sauces: zesty tartar sauce with smoked radish or rich tonkatsu sauce.
A Japanese-Italian fusion dish, gleaming-red diced akami is marinated in wasabi shoyu, and paired with a layer of buttery avocado mayo. Topped with plump ikura, Oba leaf and onions.
Of course, one can also enjoy otoro, chutoro, akami, aburi sashimi, SGD25 for akami sashimi (red part of tuna), SGD35 for toro sashimi (fatty part of tuna). Maguro sushi nigiri (SGD40), or maguro donburi (SGD40) can also be found on the maguro festival menu.
The menu is carefully curated by Chef Hoshiba Fumihiko, an award-winning luminary with over 40 years of culinary experience. The consummate chef has worked in various renowned hotels and restaurants, such as Prestigious Tokyo Dome Hotel Sapporo, and was also the former Chairman of the National Culinary Society of Japan. Chef Hoshiba is known for his meticulousness, and he possesses a penchant for introducing handcrafted elements in his immaculately plated dishes.
Exclusive Collaboration with Utsunomiya Farms
For the very first time in Singapore, Shima will be exclusively bringing in the premium strawberry breed Skyberry for Shima guests in a special tie-up with Utsonomiya farms. This exquisite strawberry is produced in very small numbers and this produces a very special strawberry – exceptional taste, flavour and shape – true giants in size and flavour.
Originating from Tochigi Prefecture, Japan’s number one producer of strawberries, these bright-red giants are the fruit of 17 years of research for its marvelous flavor, juicy and mellow texture. The winter sun, fertile land and streams of clear water from Nikko and Nasu in Tochigi prefecture creates the best conditions for growing strawberries.
Harvested at peak harvest season in March for the biggest, juiciest strawberries, the Skyberry will be exclusively available in Singapore at Shima restaurant only. A pair of the succulent berries will be served with every dessert ordered, limited to only 50 pieces a day for 2 weekends (16-18, 23-25 March).
Domino’s Pizza opens its 28th store on Stanley Street, and to celebrate, the outlet will be giving away 28 personal pizzas every day for 28 days from today.On March 14, 2018 / By Nookmag
Domino’s Pizza opens its 28th store on Stanley Street, and to celebrate, the outlet will be giving away 28 personal pizzas every day for 28 days from today.
A gesture of appreciation for pizza lovers in Singapore, the event will see more than 780 personal Classified Chicken pizzas (a local favourite) given away to the first 28 customers in the redemption line in the store.
Redemption hours are from 3-4pm every day till 9 April 2018, including weekends. No minimum purchase is required to qualify for the redemption, and only one personal pizza will be given per customer.
Domino’s Pizza on Stanley Street now serves up your favourite pizzas and sides baked to perfection 7 days a week from 10.30am to 11.00pm.
Nestled in the Central Business District (CBD), this new store seats up to 26 dine-in customers and also operates as a delivery hub, satisfying any pizza craving for those around the area.
And like all our restaurants, our friendly pizza makers aim to have your order ready in 15 minutes for dine-in and takeaway orders, and to your door-step in half an hour for delivery orders – all while maintaining only the highest food standards for deliciousness in every bite.
Unable to join the 28-Day giveaway? Domino’s has got you covered! In addition to the 28-day giveaway, customers can also enjoy 20% off Lunch Meal Deals for takeaway orders from Domino’s Pizza on Stanley Street.
This offer is valid from 11am to 3pm every day till 15 April.
Beast & Butterflies, the award-winning social dining concept of M Social Singapore, enlivens its all-day dining programme with new Asian-fusion dishes, innovative cocktails, and a refreshed menu formatOn March 13, 2018 / By Nookmag
Beast & Butterflies, the award-winning social dining concept of M Social Singapore, enlivens its all-day dining programme with new Asian-fusion dishes, innovative cocktails, and a refreshed menu format designed to satiate all manners of creature comforts.
As its name suggests, the restaurant’s revamped menu is divided between two categories—’Beast’ and ‘Butterflies’. The former features hearty, robust dishes brimming with bold flavours and textures; while the latter shows restraint with lighter cooking styles intended to accentuate the natural flavours of fresh ingredients.
Whet your appetite with the Tomato Latte (SGD9++), put together with frothy capsicum foam, crunchy bacon bits and bursts of basil oil pearls for a refreshing palate cleanser. The Scallop Carpaccio (SGD26++)—a generous starter of thinly sliced Hokkaido scallops treated to a yuzu and sesame marinade, topped with crispy garlic bits and fried shallots—exudes a confident Cantonese influence; as does the Collagen Soup (S$18++), a thick, nourishing broth of fish cartilage and pork bones served with an earthy mushroom ravioli and sliced garoupa.
With your palate primed, move on to delectable new mains such as the Scallion Soy Barramundi (SGD26++) and Cod Fish (SGD30++). The firm, flaky barramundi is baked with spring onions and ginger, accompanied with sautéed Hong Kong choy sum, shimeiji mushrooms, U.S. asparagus and carrots.
The Atlantic cod, deep-fried to a quick crisp while retaining its delicate flesh, is coated with a gratifying gravy and served with a choice of crispy egg noodles or egg fried rice. Meat lovers can satiate their beastly cravings with the Szechuan Lamb Steak (SGD38++), a hunky lamb T-bone marinated with classic Sichuan flavours, served atop a coconut-infused sweet potato mash, broccolini and baby carrots.
No meal at Beast & Butterflies is complete without a taste of its signature dishes—the Teochew-style Lobster Porridge (SGD38++) and Crispy Pork Knuckle (half portion SGD26++; full portion SGD36++). Sitting in a clear crab broth that was simmered for eight hours, the lobster and abalone rice porridge is infused with an intense umami goodness and topped with fried shredded ginger, scallions, crispy conpoy and bonito flakes—elevating the comforting dish with new-found indulgence.
The German- style pork knuckle, roasted to a crispy crackling exterior while remaining fall-off-the- bone tender, is complemented with a sesame-scented sauerkraut and two dipping choices—a spicy Thai nam jim sauce and a thick Peking-style hoisin sauce.
Sweet endings come in the form of innovative desserts, from a lusciously creamy Yam Brulée (SGD12++)—a modern East-meets-West twist on the traditional Teochew yam paste dessert topped with a caramelised sugar carapace and coconut ice-cream—to a sinfully decadent Chocoholic (SGD12++), a chocolate dome that reveals tropical flavours of coconut and banana brought together by hot Malibu chocolate sauce.
Curious barflies looking for a tipple to take the edge off can pick from a choice of seven new Asian-inspired cocktails (each priced at SGD19++) concocted by in-house mixologists. Journey through the Peranakan culture with the Cuban Nyonya, where pandan-infused rum is muddled with gula melaka, fresh lime, calamondin and mint leaves; while M Social’s Fashionista was created for the elegant trendsetter—expect a tasteful blend of bacon-infused bourbon, citrus and orange bitters, cinnamon sugar and maple syrup foam served with bacon stripes.
Started by the same folks behind the widely popular themed cafe, Gudetama Cafe Singapore, the pop-up cafe at Bugis+ is the first DreamWorks KouKou’s themed cafe in the world.On March 7, 2018 / By Nookmag
Started by the same folks behind the widely popular themed cafe, Gudetama Cafe Singapore, the pop-up cafe at Bugis+ is the first DreamWorks KouKou’s themed cafe in the world. Aptly named after the Chinese word 口, DreamWorks KouKou are adorable dumpling-shaped bite-sized characters.
Step into the cafe and be greeted with interiors thoughtfully designed for fans to be totally immersed in the world of their favourite DreamWorks’ animated films such as Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar, Shrek, and How to Train your Dragon and Trolls. From animated walls with DreamWorks KouKou characters to dome-shaped booths that are set to make you feel like you are in a film, the photo opportunities within the cafe are endless.
The Asian-inspired menu features 7 main courses, 6 sides, 5 desserts and a range of specialty drinks.
Night Fury Steak Rice (SGD18.50)
Tuck into this delish hamburg steak served with mixed vegetable and nutritious forbidden rice. Hearty and flavorful, this delectable main looks as good as it tastes!
Complementing the cafe’s launch in Singapore, local influences are woven into the menu to offer renditions of well-loved Singaporeans favourites such as the Signature K.B.P (SGD13). The steamed buns are stuffed with tender yet flavorful pork belly slices with fresh coriander, iceberg lettuce and chopped chillis.
Don’t leave the cafe without trying its desserts! Hairlarious Princess (SGD18), a mixed berries mousse cake topped with pink candy floss and rice puffs is sure to leave you feeling as chirpy and happy as Princess Poppy.
If you plan to indulge in something sinful, Fun Sliders (SGD9) may be the dessert for you. Drizzled with peanut sauce and paired with a serving of cotton candy flavoured soft serve, the fudgy brownie smores sliders is definitely a melt-in-the-mouth experience.
DreamWorks KouKou Cafe Singapore
201 Victoria Street, Bugis+
Rub your hands with glee as Ah Mah Homemade Cake will be adding two more flavours to its line-up of castella cakes — kopi siu-dai and sunny orange.On March 5, 2018 / By Nookmag
Rub your hands with glee as Ah Mah Homemade Cake will be adding two more flavours to its line-up of castella cakes — kopi siu-dai and sunny orange. Retailing at SGD11 each, both cakes are launching today across all outlets. The coffee cake will be available from Monday to Thursday; the orange cake from Friday to Sunday.
The Kopi Siu-dai cake is a perfect perk-me-up that chases away any workday blues. The delectable egg sponge cake is infused with a local, aromatic coffee blend. Coffee crunch is sprinkled on top, further imparting an earthy flavour and fragrance. The Sunny Orange cake is a great way to start the weekends. Fresh Sunkist oranges and a melange of orange marmalade and peels lend a tangy flavour as well as zest to the cake. No preservative or artificial flavouring is used in either of the cakes.
Offerings that have won the hearts of many Singaporeans
Inspired by the popular egg sponge cakes originating from Tamsui (Danshui), Taiwan, Chef Jim of Ah Mah Homemade Cake has adapted the traditional recipe with a local twist. The cakes are freshly made every day on the spot, and each batch is lovingly baked for 80 minutes.
The flavours that were first introduced in Singapore comprises Original (SGD8) and Cheese (SGD11), the latter of which comes with a blend of cheese that enlivens the flavour. The Grade AA high-quality, locally produced eggs are procured from Singapore’s N&N farm, which helps to ensure that every egg remains fresh for the baking of the cakes.
The cakes at Ah Mah are a healthier choice as they are made purely with milk, high-quality eggs and flour. To ensure absolute freshness and quality of the cakes are well maintained, all Ah Mah cakes are baked fresh daily. Any unsold cake will be discarded after 12 hours.
With burgeoning demand for castella cakes, Ah Mah Homemade Cake is embarking on its international expansion journey, with new stores opening in China, Thailand and Australia. The soft, fluffy, melt-in-the-mouth texture of these cakes will definitely leave customers wanting for more.
Ah Mah Homemade Cake will now introduce a fixed schedule for the different flavoured cakes:
Located at the Shangri-La Hotel’s lobby level, Origin Bar is a welcomed addition to the hotel’s recently rejuvenated Tower Wing which pays respect to its own heritage byOn March 2, 2018 / By Nookmag
Located at the Shangri-La Hotel’s lobby level, Origin Bar is a welcomed addition to the hotel’s recently rejuvenated Tower Wing which pays respect to its own heritage by taking guests on a journey inspired by Singapore’s illustrious history of bountiful trade.
Slovakian Bar Manager Adam Bursik has created a heritage-inspired cocktail menu that offers guests a journey of discovery through flavors inspired by five key districts of Singapore: Orchard, Chinatown, Little India, Boat Quay and Marina Bay. Every cocktail reflects their colors, flavors and historical anecdotes – thoughtfully distilled in a glass.
To create Origin Bar’s cocktail menu, Bursik took a deep dive to immerse himself in local produce, selecting fresh fruit and vegetables, spices and herbs that represented each district’s history and flavors.
One of the highlights from the newly launched cocktail menu is The Pearl (SGD26). The eye-catching seashell is the perfect presentation for this fairytale cocktail, combining land and sea with a touch of Asian allure. This experimental drink uses silken tofu to enhance the lusciously smooth texture to the floral blend of elderflower. Black Forest Gin and barley Shochu adds a distinctive botanical flavor, refined by the natural brine of the sea grapes.
Leaf the Curry (SGD23) brings forth the true spirit of Little India. A distinctive cocktail which is made with aromatic curry leaves, cardamom and tamarind. Aged rum adds a deep, complex element which complements the undertones of intense woodiness.
Representing Boat Quay, a district where the first Italian immigrants settled in Singapore, is Buona Vista (SGD23), this drink is an ode to journeys and settlement. This delicate, bittersweet cocktail offers notes of coffee, fig, distilled hazelnut, chocolate and Campari.
Namesake cocktail, Origin (SGD22), is a spicy gin-based cocktail made with sugar cane honey, nutmeg, pepper, charred pineapple and lime husk wine. This drink is inspired by the heritage and history of Orchard Road, which was home to pepper and nutmeg plantations in 1880.
Teetotallers can also enjoy the tropical voyage through drinks that celebrate the local botany and fruits – from refreshing citrus to the aroma of freshly roasted coffee beans.
Surf up this Fish Season with our new offerings, including the brand-new Fish & Fries and Sweet Chili Fish burger which will get you hooked from the firstOn February 27, 2018 / By Nookmag
Surf up this Fish Season with our new offerings, including the brand-new Fish & Fries and Sweet Chili Fish burger which will get you hooked from the first bite!
Fish & Fries
From 1 March, dive in and enjoy the crunch of the new Fish & Fries – featuring the timeless combination of crispy battered tender fish filet, paired with our world-famous fries, for a crunchin’ good time. The Fish & Fries Extra Value Meal which includes the Fish & Fries, Fries (S) and a Coke (S) is available from SGD7.90.
Sweet Chili Fish Burger
The maritime odyssey gets more depth with the Sweet Chili Fish Burger – featuring the same tender and juicy fish filet, this time with a wave of flavours – sweet chili mayo and fresh vegetables, served on a tasty chili bun. The Sweet Chili Fish Burger Extra Value Meal includes the Sweet Chili Fish Burger, Fries (M) and a Coke (S), available from SGD7.50. Go with the flow and catch it before it’s too late!
Chocolate lovers can rejoice as the delicious Chocolate Pie (available from SGD1.40) has reached the shores of Singapore. Indulge in the chocolatey crust and molten chocolate filling!
All items are available after breakfast hours in all restaurants and via McDelivery® and Uber Eats from 1 March, while stocks last
Chinese New Year is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated and culturally significant times of the year. But to many, the real joy of this festive occasion isOn February 15, 2018 / By Jochebel Khong
Chinese New Year is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated and culturally significant times of the year. But to many, the real joy of this festive occasion is the food. Food has become an inseparable part of this festivity. Plus, it is probably the only time we can indulge without feeling guilty.
Kick-start your gastronomic journey with our list of must-try to make your Chinese New Year a memorable one!
1) SIMYEE Holdings
This Chinese New Year, gather family and friends for a “Fan-THAI-stic” and “Jin Ho” (Jin Ho – Really Good in Hokkien) beginning to the Lunar New Year of the Dog with SIMYEE Holdings. Diners can indulge in a smorgasbord of festive fare from the group’s oriental restaurants – Soi Thai Soi Nice and Jin Ho Mia.
Crafted specially for the festive season, the Soi Thai Tom Yum Pen Cai 东炎盆菜 (SGD88.80) is the union of the traditional Chinese New Year Pen Cai and the restaurant’s signature Thai Hotpot which already boasts a loyal following despite being in the market for just a mere year.
Diners who prefer to keep to the timeless practice of reuniting over a bubbling and scrumptious hot pot can also rejoice with not one, but two of Jin Ho Mia’s Chinese New Year Special sets. Living up to its moniker, “a really good life” in Hokkien, the restaurant offers the Zhao Cai Jin Bao Set 招财进宝 (SGD68.80) comprising “Ho Liao” (Ho Liao – Good Food in Hokkien) such as succulent Abalone and sweet Snow Crab Leg alongside toothsome Roasted Pork and fresh Tiger Prawns that is guaranteed to have everyone feeling “Jin Ho Mia”.
33 Seng Kang West Ave (Next to Fernvale LRT)
The Seletar Mall, #01-29/30
321 Alexandra Road (Next to Ikea)
Alexandra Central, #02-01
Set in the National Gallery of Singapore where Cantonese cuisine meets modern art, Yàn exudes conviviality and a cosy ambience for festive feasts. Indulge in decadent set menus and auspicious a la carte dishes, perfect for reunion of all sizes from couples, extended multigenerational families to corporate gatherings.
Starring exquisite new creations alongside timeless Cantonese classics, the 7 set menus range from SGD118++ to SGD268++ per person; ushering in the Lunar New Year with auspicious symbolisms of prosperity, abundance and good health.
#05-02 National Gallery Singapore
1 St Andrew’s Road,
3) Imperial Feast Restaurant
Experience an exquisite imperial feast, based on the finest banquet dishes traditionally reserved for hosting important politicians and foreign ambassadors this Lunar New Year! At Imperial Feast, traditional state banquet dishes are served at pocket-friendly prices for all to enjoy.
Commonly known as the Guo Yan, the imperial feast traditionally features a myriad of legendary cooking techniques from all over imperial China. A showcase of the best that Chinese cuisine has to offer, the dishes at Imperial Feast are skillfully prepared by award-winning Chef Wu Hai Feng.
48 Boon Lay Way, #03-06
The Chevrons, Jurong East
Chef-in-Box Vendcafé brings Singapore’s first-ever Chines New Year dishes from a vending machine! Bringing convenience and affordability to the masses this Lunar New Year, the pencai along with other dishes can be easily enjoyed at a simple click of a button. Traditional festive dishes are usually served in large groups. With the latest festive creations, Chef-in-Box caters to cosier groups looking to enjoy smaller portions of traditional festive dishes, while embodying the spirit of sharing. Most importantly, Chef-in-Box VendCafé operates 24/7.
5) Din Tai Fung
Internationally acclaimed Taiwanese restaurant, Din Tai Fung ushers in the Lunar New Year with perennial festive favourites, such as the restaurant’s signature Prosperity Smoked Salmon Yu Sheng 发财鱼生 and festive specials including the Steamed Layered Red Date Cake 枣泥糕. Join Din Tai Fung to celebrate the beckoning of Spring with lively activities lined up for diners to mark this festive occasion.
With Valentine’s Day just less than 10 days away, it is the perfect time to plan for a romantic dinner with your partner, or a group of closeOn February 9, 2018 / By Jochebel Khong
With Valentine’s Day just less than 10 days away, it is the perfect time to plan for a romantic dinner with your partner, or a group of close girlfriends. For those who find it frustrating to plan for a dinner on this special day, we’ve shortlisted five romantic restaurants for you to huddle close with your loved ones.
1) Wakanui Grill Dining
Nestled in the stunning glass capsule on the fourth storey of Marina One, bask in the celebration of love and pamper your loved one with an exclusive five-course dinner menu at Wakanui Grill Dining.
Get into the mood with a glass of refreshing Henriot Brut Souverain NV Champagne, and commence your amorous evening with a choice of amuse – the signature WAKANUI Spring Lamb Chop or Marinated Japanese Fruit Tomato. Warm up the palate with a choice of Consommé with Steamed Egg or Porcini Mushroom Potage.
Satiate your appetite with the trio of Hokkaido Asparagus, Hot Smoked New Zealand Salmon and Marinated Japanese Tuna wrapped with Oboro Konbu Seaweed.
End your romantic evening on a sweet note with the luscious Guanaja Chocolate Mousse and Cherry Brandy Sorbet
WAKANUI Grill Dining’s 5-course Valentine’s Day set menu is available for dinner on 14 Feb at SGD148++ per pax, with a complimentary glass of Henriot Brut Souverain NV Champagne
2) PORTA Fine Food & Imports Company
Savour in the finest catches and cuts with a bespoke 6-course Cupid Menu starting with a welcome glass of Prosecco Love Potion, followed by starters of Oysters and Avruga caviar; Vichyssoise of potato; and Hokkaido Scallops accompanied with butternut pumpkin, bacon, and quinoa.
Be spoiled with a choice of hearty mains – Barramundi, with fennel, capers, and tomato confit; or Angus Rib Eye with the ever-indulgent pommes mousseline, and red wine sauce.
Complete the meal with Strawberry & Cream – a dainty sweet dessert to set your spirit atop cloud nine.
1 Unity Street, Level 1
Park Hotel Clarke Quay, Singapore 237983
3) FOO’D by Davide Oldani
Make your Valentine’s Day extra special when you dine at FOO’D by Davide Oldani! The elegant restaurant located within the iconic Victoria Theatre & Concert Hall makes an ideal address for lovebirds to enjoy either an intimate lunch or dinner.
Begin the celebration with Cold Angel Hair with truffle, oyster and caviar, a truly exquisite journey of flavours. For mains, choose from spellbinding dishes such as Beef Short Ribs with lardo, seasonal vegetables and salmon roes; or Cod Fish with cauliflower, asparagus and caviar. Sweeten the memories with desserts such as Faux Mandarin Orange. Depending on the menu you choose, there are dishes such as Purple Potato Foie Gras; Lobster Bisque; and Rose Lychee Cheesecake to indulge in. This is an unforgettable and splendid dining experience to spoil your significant other with!
#01-01, 11 Empress Place
Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall
4) FiSK Seadfoodbar & Market
Located in the heart of town, FiSK Seafoodbar & Market sets for an unforgettable Valentine’s Day with fresh and seasonal coldwater seafood. Taking centrestage of the lunch and dinner set menu is Skrei, a seasonal Norwegian Arctic Cod. Hinged on showcasing the fish’s quality and natural flavours, Skrei is prepared minimally with cep emulsion, spinach, red wine jus and crispy potato.
30 Stevens Road, #01-01
5) Stellar At 1-Altitude
Indulge your desires during the most romantic season of the year come February at Stellar at 1-Altitude, with an exclusive 6-course Valentine’s Day gastronomic experience. Celebrate this opportune season of love by dining right in the heart of Singapore’s CBD, against the breath-taking view of the city skyline.
Tease your appetite with Amuse Bouche of freshly-shucked oysters; and smoked salmon with pumpernickel ice cream. The meal continues with fresh catch and harvest – Scallop, seared with vanilla, leek, and truffle; and Garden – an ingenious rendition of your usual salad made with celeriac carpaccio, hibiscus, beetroot, and tomato caramel.
Tantalise your palate and spoil your partner with a choice of Lobster, a lobster ravioli doused in a sinful, nutty beurre noisette; or Foie Gras, caramelised with Jerusalem artichoke, arugula and passion fruit.
Complete the meal with the final dessert course – Roses, a hibiscus soup, served with rose nitrogen meringue, strawberry Orelys, and rosemary honey; and indulge in a charming petit four of Diamond Raspberry Truffles, for the finishing touch to this multisensory culinary experience.
Stellar at 1-Altitude
Level 62, One Raffles Place
The MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival returns for its second edition from 30 March to 1 April at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS). The festival will feature a specially-curated line-up ofOn February 8, 2018 / By Nookmag
The MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival returns for its second edition from 30 March to 1 April at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS).
The festival will feature a specially-curated line-up of 15 establishments recognised in the MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2017.
Each F&B concept will present their signature dishes at the event, and collectively showcase a wide variety of cuisines, from local to Japanese to French. Taking place over three days with two sessions running per day at The Coliseum in RWS, the MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival is a wonderful opportunity for gourmands to savor delicious offerings by these esteemed establishments in one seating, without having to travel to different corners of Singapore or join the long waiting lists and queues.
Gourmands will be delighted by the exciting addition of establishments such as hugely popular Man Man Unagi presenting their signature Una-Don, local favourite New Ubin Seafood whipping up their highly raved Heart Attack Fried Rice, as well as hawker establishments including Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring, 168 CMY Satay, and Zhong Guo La Mian Xiao Long Bao.
Also lending muscle to this year’s edition are three-star Joël Robuchon Restaurant at RWS, which will dole out freshly-baked breads and desserts; one-star Song of India, which will present an exciting selection of Naans paired with Butter Chicken.
Bib Gourmand awardee A Noodle Story, which purveys Singapore-style ramen
Blue Ginger — one of Singapore’s few Peranakan restaurants which will prepare its popular Durian Chendol; and many more. All the participating establishments will showcase their most popular signature dishes at value-for-money prices starting from SGD3. All payments will be made by means of coupons and tickets can be purchased here
MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival
30 March – 1 April (Friday to Sunday)
First seating from 6pm to 8pm
Second seating from 8.30pm to 10.30pm
The Coliseum, Resorts World Sentosa
One of Taiwan’s hottest bubble-tea trends, Brown Sugar Boba Milk – 青蛙撞奶 (SGD3.80) is here in Singapore! Taking Taiwan by storm, the traditional style of bubble milk madeOn February 2, 2018 / By Nookmag
One of Taiwan’s hottest bubble-tea trends, Brown Sugar Boba Milk – 青蛙撞奶 (SGD3.80) is here in Singapore! Taking Taiwan by storm, the traditional style of bubble milk made from fresh milk and tasty pearls has long queues waiting to try the tasty beverage. Specially brought to our shores by R&B Tea, Singaporeans can now try this delicious bubble drink from today.
The stars of the Brown Sugar Boba Milk (青蛙撞奶) are their irresistibly soft and chewy tapioca pearls. Cooked for more than 3 hours with a unique in-house brown sugar recipe, the brown sugar gives the pearls a deep caramel flavor and fragrant aroma. Chew on the warm, soft pearls that have been fully infused with flavor. Fresh milk is then added to create a perfectly creamy contrast to the sweetness.
Named after the appearance of the pearls, which look like frog eggs, Brown Sugar Boba Milk (青蛙撞奶) is set to win the hearts of local bubble milk lovers.
R&B Tea also carries a line of premium signature milk teas. The Roasted Oolong Tea gets its smoky fragrance from tea leaves that are carefully roasted for 5-12 hours over charcoal to release the smokiness and sweetness from the leaves. This is perfect when paired with the Oolong Tea-Cream, a silky tea-infused foam dolloped atop R&B Tea’ specially-selected tea blends. R&B Tea is the only milk tea joint offering the elegant tea cream in town, and the creamy topping blends perfectly with the line of fragrant teas.
Well-known for their fruit teas, the signature Mighty Luffy (SGD6.80) and the Devil’s Booster (SGD4.20) are highly popular choices. These refreshing fruit teas come with generous servings of sliced fruits in the tea and are great for cleansing your palate after a heavy meal.
Over 500 stores worldwide, R&B Tea makes tea quality a top priority, as well as the mission to create an authentic local taste of Taiwanese milk teas.
Buy 1 Brown Sugar Boba Milk and get 1 free from today- 4 February.
#04-101/102, Koufu Cookhouse, Marina Square
6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594
It’s time to gather your family for Prosperity as McDonald’s brings back familiar Lunar New Year favourites such as the Prosperity Beef and Chicken Burgers and Twister Fries.On January 25, 2018 / By Nookmag
It’s time to gather your family for Prosperity as McDonald’s brings back familiar Lunar New Year favourites such as the Prosperity Beef and Chicken Burgers and Twister Fries.
Prosperity Beef Burger® and Double Prosperity Chicken Burger®
The Prosperity Beef or Chicken Burger (available from SGD5.40) returns today in single or double patty options to ring in the prosperous occasion!
Dipped in the classic signature black pepper sauce, the grilled beef or chicken patty topped with slivered onions and tucked between a delicious soft sesame seed bun will keep you feeling lucky all day.
Looking for something more prosperous? The answer is Prosperity Feast, which includes our delicious Prosperity Burger (Beef or Chicken), along with the all-new Red Bean Pie, Twister Fries (M) and Lychee McFizz® available from SGD9.00.
Last but not least, customers can end their meal on a sweet note either by indulging in a Red Bean McFlurry® from SGD3.00 or have something light – Lychee Cones, available for only SGD1!
All items are available after breakfast hours in all restaurants and via McDelivery® and Uber Eats from today, while stocks last.
Founded by a banker-turned-food entrepreneur, Stanley Seow, Sugarhaus is a dessert parlor, where customers can enjoy homemade ice-cream and desserts. His love for all things sweet and savoryOn January 24, 2018 / By Nookmag
Founded by a banker-turned-food entrepreneur, Stanley Seow, Sugarhaus is a dessert parlor, where customers can enjoy homemade ice-cream and desserts. His love for all things sweet and savory made him leave the corporate world to venture into the food and beverage industry. He even underwent lessons to master the intricate art of ice-cream making. His inspiration for bold flavors comes from his love of travelling and wanting to transform popular plated dessert into ice-cream. Incorporating mainly European flavors with his own twist, he has created flavors of ice-cream that has won over many customers’ palates, such as Sea Salt Toffee and Dutch Chocolate.
Located within Serene Centre at Bukit Timah is the year-old brand’s flagship store, which calls itself a place “where happiness is homemade”. Sugarhaus features a selection of European-inspired homemade ice cream. Even the flavors that are locally-inspired, such as Gula Melaka, have European element in them. At any one time, there will be 18 flavors of ice cream available on rotation. Stanley is responsible for most of the flavors, constantly experimenting with endless possibilities of flavor combinations. “Ice cream making is very much like mathematics. You have to really understand the different components of the flavors that you are trying to go for,” he shares.
A single scoop goes for SGD3.50++, while those looking to indulge can opt for the premium flavors. Priced at SGD4.30++ per scoop, the premium flavors stand out for the fact that they are richer and creamier than most commercial ice creams. The Dutch Chocolate, made with a concoction of different types of chocolates, is one of the best-selling flavors that remain on the menu. Another signature flavor is the Sea Salt Toffee, Sugarhaus’ rendition of the more common salted caramel flavor. The toffee adds a richer and more buttery taste to the ice cream.
Apart from ice cream, there is also an assortment of homemade desserts on display at the counter. Sugarhaus’ famous Taro Galaxy Cake has been recreated into the Galaxy Tart (SGD8++), made with a beautiful white chocolate mirror glaze and filled with chocolate mousse, raspberry jelly and chocolate crumble.
Next up is the Lemon Popsicle Tart (SGD8++). As its name suggests, the mouth-watering tart comes in the shape of a popsicle filled with lemon sable, lemon parfait and coated with white chocolate.
Fat Belly – Home of Alternative Cuts
Sharing a space with Sugarhaus, Serene Centre will also be home to a new sister brand, Fat Belly, a 10-seater speakeasy-style steakhouse that offers alternative cuts of beef such as Flat Iron.
Diners can look forward to a menu of alternative cuts of steak at night. The 10-seater speakeasy-style steakhouse will sit customers along a bar counter where they can interact with the chef and watch as their cuts of meat are being grilled. Here, there is a strong focus on lesser-known cuts, as these tend to boast stronger and more robust flavors.
Various cuts of beef, such as the USDA Grain Fed Angus Short Rib Steak (SGD25++), will be available on rotation, along with one of the highlights – USDA 150day Grain Fed Angus Flat Iron Steak (SGD22++), a cut of beef from the cow’s shoulder. This lesser known cut is relatively tender and packs a punch of flavors. All steaks come with a side of house salad and chimichurri sauce. There will also be one dessert exclusively available on Fat Belly’s menu: the Foie Gras Chocolate Bar (SGD12++) is served with foie gras ice cream, chocolate, caramel and apple jelly.
On weekends and public holidays, families with little tots can look forward to a special bouncy castle available at the spacious outdoor patio from 11am to 5pm.
Sugarhaus’ Second Outlet
Sugarhaus has opened its second outlet within retail landmark, Tampines 1. This is a unique tie-up with United Overseas Bank (UOB), where the dessert parlor will operate from the Bank’s adjoining retail space.
10 Jalan Serene, #01-03A
This new year, Atlas has launched its latest executive lunch menu which has been inspired by the French city of Lyon. Known for its long culinary traditions, LyonnaiseOn January 9, 2018 / By Nookmag
This new year, Atlas has launched its latest executive lunch menu which has been inspired by the French city of Lyon. Known for its long culinary traditions, Lyonnaise cuisine is a national phenomenon within France and favored by the French elite. In honor of this gastronomic city, Executive Chef Daniele Sperindo has interpreted its classic dishes ranging from traditional home cuisine to popular dishes created by famous chefs.
Highlights from January’s menu includes honeycomb veal tripe, pork andouillette, double boiled white onions stew for starters, red mullet with ratte potatoes scales ‘A la Bocuse’ for mains, and ‘Bugnes’ fried crispy biscuit, topped with chestnut ganache Mont Blanc style for dessert.
Head Sommelier, Mason Ng has curated a list of complimentary wines which are available for an additional SGD24 for two glasses of wine or SGD30 for three.
The Atlas Executive Lunch offers a choice between two or three courses and is available from 12.00pm to 3.00pm on Monday to Friday. Prices range from SGD38 for a choice of two courses, to SGD48 for three courses.
600 North Bridge Rd