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Ritz-Carlton Greenhouse Truffle Vintage Champagne Brunch The Champagne Sunday Brunch at The Ritz-Carlton is back! This year their Truffle Vintage Champagne Sunday Brunch will be held till November 17, 2013. It's a novel concept as it's not often you get to see buffets in Singapore paired with a Champagne element. Yes, guests can treat themselves to unlimited vintage Möet & Chandon Grand Vintage Blanc 2004, Moët & Chandon NV Rosé Champagnes and various cocktails. This is along with their usual wide seafood and Asian spread, their new Oktoberfest station and a selection of autumn-inspired desserts. Because of the Champagne, their...
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Nothing but Green Boat Quay  #01-01 73 Circular Road  Singapore 049427Hotline: +65 6733 3567  http://www.nothingbutgreen.sg   "Eat your greens!" is a familiar refrain at meal times from mothers. However, in an age where fruit and veg are routinely doused with chemical insecticides and ripeners, this may not be such a healthy option after all. Enter Nothing But Green, an organic deli founded by three mums! Starting out originally as a specialty organic mart, it expanded its eating space to cater to the increase in dining patrons. They also recently extended their opening hours to cater to the evening crowd. This cosy...
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An Up-skirt Peek If the heart of a restaurant is the kitchen, then SKIRT is a dining concept that boldly wears its heart on its sleeve. SKIRT's sleeve is a rather chic one at that. Video Highlights Laser-cut leather chandeliers, polished horn salt and pepper shakers and aged wood surfaces all serve as the setting for the jewel: the charcoal grill of the open-concept kitchen that takes centrestage in the spacious restaurant. Chef Andrew Nocente SKIRT is helmed by Chef Andrew who is of Italian heritage and Australian descent. After spending some time in his native Australia, Andrew moved to London...
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With such phenomenal ratings from our users (92%), it was only a matter of time till we checked outSaveur ourselves! Their concept is simple - bringing French cuisine to heartlanders through affordable pricing. I am supportive of this notion as good food regardless of cuisine should always be available, no class discrimination please! And now you no longer need to spend a small fortune sticking your nose up in the pretentious air of Le Bla bla bla. Where else in the world could you find Duck Confit at $10.90? An upsized Mac Donalds meal nowadays already sets you back close to...
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About Singapore Laksa   Laksa is a very popular dish in Singapore originating from Peranakan culture. There are main two types of Laksa, asam and curry. The asam (tamarind) laksa has a sour base and tastes very different. It is sometimes called Penang Laksa. The one Singaporeans are more familiar with and perhaps can be called a true Singaporean creation is the curry version which has what you call in malay “lemak” or coconut gravy.   What's in Laksa?   It usually contains smooth noodles, bean sprouts, prawns, tau pok (dried beancurd) and sliced fishcake. It is often served with a...
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  The Banana Leaf Apolo A look at one of the treasured eateries of Little India. 82% ("Very Good" based on 5 Reviews) 6293 8682  Website  54 Race Course Road Singapore 218564       The Banana Leaf Apolo for years was near the top of our list on food that we had to try. We've heard people rave about how it serves authentic and affordable Indian cuisine but we just never never had the time to go down to Little India. I was glad a project I had gave me the opportunity to fully explore Little India first hand. And...
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RedStar Restaurant Blk 54 Chin Swee Road, #07-23 Singapore 160054 Tel: +65 6532 5266 Redstar Restaurant better known as 红星酒家 to locals is one of those gems who's existence would only be known by the older generation of Singapore locals. They do not even have a website, do not advertise at all and its legacy carries on through positive word of mouth spanning decades. It was started by Grandmaster Chef Lau Yoke Pui - who was one of 4 grandmaster chefs send to spread the wonders of Cantonese Cuisine back Hong Kong Master Chef Luo Chen in the 50s. And like its own...
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Our weekend was spent doing housework and some of the work we took home. Overcome by lethargy, Chloe and I decide to order our dinner in. Thanks to Faye's really awesome list of home delivery services in Singapore, our delivery would no longer be them same old fast food or pizza! Although we were often disappointed by the Mexican food we tried in Singapore, the pictures on their website seemed enticing enough and so we decided to try this restaurant called Cafe Mexicana. The food was priced at restaurant prices in the $15-$20 range for a main course. We were informed...
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About Lan Zhou La Mian   La Mian is a type of Chinese noodle popular in western china made by stretching and folding dough into strands. This eatery located right in the middle of Chinatown on Smith street, just a 10 mins walk from the MRT. It is well known for its noodles and is popular with both tourists and locals alike. So if you're a tourist, skip all the commercialised stalls hugging the exits of Chinatown MRT and make your way straight to this place. It's signboard and ambiance now looks totally different after Chinatown Street re-opened in 2014, but...
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