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Restaurant Month: Celebrating #SG50 with Food   Our food nation Singapore turns 50 this year, and guess how we food-obsessed Singaporeans are celebrating it? With food! As part of the SG50 celebrations, Restaurant Association of Singapore (RAS) has launched Restaurant Month, teaming up with 50 restaurants brands to create 50 new...
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Muthu’s Curry goes back to their roots   Who hasn’t heard of Muthu’s Curry? As the pioneer of fish head curry in Singapore, the name Muthu’s Curry is invariably linked with Singaporean culture. To celebrate its 46th year of operations, Muthu’s Curry is launching a new limited-time-only menu ($32++ for two),...
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About Mitzo   Mitzo Restaurant & Bar is a new modern Cantonese restaurant in Orchard Park Hotel that aims to serve up your favourites with a twist. Traditional Cantonese recipes are updated for the modern palate, with creative and inventive presentation and flavours redefining the typical Chinese dining experience. It’s not just...
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About Club Meatballs   With an interior as well put together and concise as it’s name, Club Meatballs is conveniently located in the heart of the CBD, a short walk down the iconic China Street. Opened by the folks over at Sarnie’s, Club Meatballs doubles up as a showroom for BW...
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About PLANK Sourdough Pizza   If there’s a pizza restaurant in Singapore that serves unconventional pizza in a quiet neighbourhood estate, Plank Sourdough Pizza at Opera Estate fits the bill. It’s pizza, no doubt, but not quite the same stuff you eat at the big pizza chains. Opera Estate makes for a...
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About Serangoon   What's in Serangoon? There's the ever-crowded Nex, the pretty houses in Serangoon Gardens, and the reason most people head to Serangoon in the first place: Chomp Chomp. But the residents of Serangoon have a secret: some of Singapore’s best hidden cafes can be found here too. From Korean...
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About Basilico   Anyone in Singapore who has the slightest love for Italian cuisine has at least heard of this timeworn establishment in passing. Basilico at The Regent Singapore is famous for its luxurious yet affordable buffet lunch at the mere price of $50.  Basilico also offers a robust à la...
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About Hush Silent TeaBar   Source: Hush Silent TeaBar Hush TeaBar is Singapore’s first silent tea bar, and their main goal is to steer us away from our hectic work lives to reach a place of relaxation and inner peace. As of now, the tea bar does not occupy a permanent...
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New Restaurants and Cafés to Eat at in June 2015   It’s the holidays - but not for your stomach. With hot new openings occurring left and right, there’s no time to waffle around, and we do mean literally. June’s list of cafés features way more than just ice-cream and waffle...
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Buffet Paradise   My favourite part of birthday parties and huge gatherings is always the food. Nothing can make one’s day like indulging in a massive buffet spread that’s not only pretty to look at, but absolutely scrumptious. Food has the power to make or break any event. We fully understand...
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