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In this month of celebration, allow me to present to you a must-watch concert ‘Singapopera’ by our very talented composer and songwriter, Dick Lee. He will be bringing to the audience an all-star alumni cast and ensemble from the past batches of his various musicals. 783 more words


Food Review: Bearded Bella at Craig Road | A Promising Melbourne inspired cafe in Tanjong Pagar

The Place I have been checking out quite a number of new cafes this year, which is not quite the norm for me from the cafe fatigue I have had. 644 more words


Food Review: The Steaks are raised at Skirt's New Menu at W Singapore - Sentosa Cove

The Place For those who are steak lovers, Skirt restaurant located at W Singapore – Sentosa Cove should be a familiar name. Skirt had a revamp of its menu recently along with its new Head Chef, Justin Dingle-Garciyya, where the restaurant is now trying to reposition itself as an all-rounded cuisine as opposed to its previous steakhouse label. 501 more words


Food Review: Fresh New Look and Menu from One-Michelin Starred Bacchanalia at Hong Kong Street

The Place My last visit to Bacchanalia was about two years back before it was awarded One-Michelin Star, and I had the opportunity to return recently under the helm of their new Head Chef, Luke Armstrong. 538 more words


Food Review: Ganglamedo Vegetarian Cuisine Singapore | A Tibetan inspired oasis in Tanjong Pagar

The Place Meaning “Snow Lotus” in Tibetan, I was sceptical of Ganglamedo Vegetarian Cuisine, a few months old Tibetan vegetarian restaurant along Craig Road in Tanjong Pagar. 646 more words


Food Review: Shangri-La Singapore's Special Dashi Appreciation Menu at NAMI Restaurant & Bar

The Place I revisited NAMI Restaurant at Shangri-La Singapore recently to check out their new Dashi Appreciation Class and left with a newfound understanding of Dashi in Japanese cuisine. 889 more words


Food Review: Chengdu (成都) Restaurant at Amoy Street | Bold Sichuan Flavours in CBD

The Place While the restaurant name is misleading, there is a Chengdu Restaurant along Amoy Street in Singapore (right opposite Kimme), which opened recently taking over the space of the now-defunct K Tower. 505 more words