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翠華 Tsui Wah Singapore - Clarke Quay

Tsui Wah’s opening is perhaps one of the most publicised of the late, with news of its opening being reported several months ago leading up to its opening, and a media tasting session held on the day just before its official opening. 1,046 more words


Tsui Wah 翠華, Clarke Quay: Jumbo Seafood Brings to Singapore a Hong Kong Cha Chaan Teng Established in 1967

Tsui Wah at Clarke Quay is the first Southeast Asian outpost of the Hong Kong cha chaan teng (cafe) established in 1967. It has 60 outlets in Hong Kong, Macau, and China; and this Singapore outlet is a joint venture between Tsui Wah and Jumbo Group. 621 more words


Snippets: Tsui Wah to open first Southeast Asia outlet in Clarke Quay, Singapore

The Place Another Hong Kong eatery is opening in Singapore next month, joining the likes of Honolulu Cafe and Tai Cheong Bakery. Tsui Wah… 153 more words


Haritt’s Donuts and Coffee - Havelock II

2018 has seen quite a number of foreign F&B concepts coming into the local scene — Haritt’s Donut and Coffee is yet another brand that hails from Japan, opening their very first outpost in Singapore very recently. 549 more words


Clarke Quay: River Cruise

After visiting Tiong Bahru, we made our way to glitzy hot spot, Clarke Quay. We had intentions of doing the River Cruise, a bit of shopping and dinner there. 985 more words


Shabu Shabu at Ramen Champion

Ramen Champion – Shabu shabu promotion, The Central, 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, 03-89, 059817 Singapore. 

When there is a free lunch, people will definitely make their way to attend the event regardless of where they are and what they are doing. 389 more words


A quick trip down memory lane

It was a friend’s birthday today, so we went out to Clarke Quay for a few drinks, which was good fun. We were first put up at Clarke Quay when we first arrived in SG, but we didn’t really wander around and explore the area, with all the numerous bars and restaurants there. 158 more words