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Food Review: Song Garden Chinese Restaurant at Mercure Singapore Bugis | Modern twist to traditional Cantonese food

The Place Located at Mercure Singapore Bugis, Song Garden Chinese Restaurant is one of the newest Cantonese restaurant to open in town. There is a private lift at the hotel’s entrance, which will bring you straight up to level 2 where the restaurant almost occupies the whole space. 617 more words


King of the Wings - Sydney Media Launch

Everyone swooped in to snatch a delectable Chicken Wing at the Sydney Media Launch of the King of the Wings.  The King of the Wings pop up will be cooking up their best wings for one week only at The Observer Hotel at The Rocks in May.   6 more words

Weekendnotes Reviews

Food Review: Silk Road at Amara Singapore | Tanjong Pagar's Authentic Provincial Cuisine Restaurant continues to impress

The Place Located in Amara Singapore in Tanjong Pagar, Silk Road has been a Chinese restaurant which earned its reputation over the years for its authentic provincial cuisine inspired by the ancient Silk Road. 811 more words


Food Review: Refreshed Sunday Champagne Brunch at Seasonal Tastes | Dine with a view at The Westin Singapore

The Place Located on level 32 of The Westin Singapore, Seasonal Tastes is the all-day dining restaurant in this hotel property which boasts one of the best city dining view of Singapore. 481 more words


Food Review: K-Tower at Amoy Street | Multi-tier Seafood Tower concept in CBD

The Place Locate along the buzzing Amoy Street, K-Tower at Amoy Street is the latest establishment to open in CBD since last December. We must confess that we are not very up-to-date about the latest food trend in Korea, but we were told that the multi-tier seafood concept is one of the latest trend. 517 more words


Food Review: Canton Paradise opens at Marina Bay Sands | Finally an affordable (and good) restaurant here

The Place I love museums. Singapore has splendid museums. But what sets Marina Bay Sands’ ArtScience Museum apart from others in Singapore is that the food in the vicinity is totally overpriced, so I usually bring my own food and eat sitting along the waterfront before trooping in to gawk and wonder (and take selfies) at the exhibitions. 763 more words


Snippets: Keyaki introduces revamped Weekend Brunch Menu | An Eight-Course Kaiseki-style indulgence

What’s New? We love to put aside time for a good weekend brunch every now and then. If you are thinking of a quiet and nice Japanese theme brunch, … 513 more words