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About ME@OUE   Perched at the very top of OUE Bayfront along bustling Collyer Quay, ME@OUE offers a breathtaking view of the Marina Bay area. ME@OUE offers a triumvirate of French, Japanese and Chinese cuisines, allowing diners to cross-match their meals, yet still managing to retain the authenticity of each cuisine.  With a private lift up to the 19th floor, ME@OUE has its own private and elegant wine cellar, an outdoor patio for afterwork drinks and parties, as well as a 60-seat dining area for patrons to wine and dine in elegance.    Collaboration with Newby Teas   Newby Teas was...
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About Alkaff Mansion   Alkaff Mansion Ristorante greets every visitor with a flight of stairs that leads you to the grandeur of a Tudor style mansion. Nestled atop a hill, it is surrounded by lush greeneries that will amplify your dining experience with tranquillity. It's so romantic that it made both our list of best wedding venues in Singapore and most romantic restaurants in Singapore. Newly-appointed Executive Chef, Simone Depalmas, is the man behind all the thoughtfully improvised dishes that embraces his Sardinian flair. You can expect loads of seafood with an adventurous mix of flavour pairings – a taste of culinary...
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About Heineken Cities Festival   In a call out to all party lovers and nightlife revelers, Heineken takes you on an special round the world adventure in just one night. Heineken is bringing the experience of 6 major metropolitan cities from around the world through an epic street party right here in Singapore. As someone who enjoys the weekly drink, I am excited for this one of a kind opportunity to experience the different cultures of places from around the world in one night.   The Cities of the World Party   Expect exciting performances from samba drummers, break dancers and internationally...
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What Generation X Wants   The Generation X (ages 34-54) consumer's habits have been tough to pin down. A generation at ease with the pre-Internet era yet comfortable in the Internet age, their habits are a blend of the old and new.  The typical Gen X consumer is discerning, having been brought up by a generation that emphasised financial responsibility, yet has reached the stage of the life cycle where extravagant expenditure is both financially possible and is also supported by peer pressure. This leads to a tension between responsibility and luxury expenditure.  With information garnered from a comprehensive Brand Alliance survey in...
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Dolce Gusto, Oblo   Whether you're a student or a working adult, some mornings you pull yourself out of bed and all you want is a good cup of coffee. We all know the feeling - the need for a caffeine shot that will set the world right again, putting you in the right mindset for the rest of the day. The Nescafe Dolce Gusto Oblo is here to save your mornings. Far more convenient than your friendly neighbourhood barista, it dispenses a wide range of beverages both cold and hot, right from the comfort of your home.    Dolce Gusto...
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About Manhattan Bar's Brunch   First of all, I would like to emphasize there will be no Princess Cut offered at this brunch. And yes you should be a little bit agonized at this piece of news. But fret not! What I’m about to introduce to you will make cheer you back up pronto.  TSL’s never done a complete brunch guide. But if there were one, the Manhattan Brunch - brunch with a punch - would definitely be in there. Here’s why. From the welcome drinks to the dessert spread, and every other decadent, delicious food offering in between, this is...
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Myths about blogging in Singapore    Many things come to mind when you hear the word "blogger". I hear 2 pieces of criticism often: A blogger shouldn't be classified a blogger just because he/she owns a blog People consider themselves models because they pose in front of cameras, and photographers because they own DSLRs I'm not sure how people define "blogger" nowadays. I guess you are a blogger if you share content with your readers regularly and really DO own a blog - the only difference is whether you consider yourself a "celebrity blogger". Some people think that blogging is an...
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About Salt Grill & Sky Bar   The cuisine at Salt Grill is quintessentially Australian with bursts of Asian influence that appeal even to the fussiest eater. Owner Luke Mangan heads several award winning restaurants in the region, including the chef’s hat restaurant glass brasserie in Sydney. Having lived in Sydney for four years and hearing so much about the glass brasserie, I was excited to finally have the opportunity to try the food for myself and check out their newly renovated interior and spring menu. Perched at the top of ION Orchard, the restaurant's new makeover boasts a private dining area on...
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About Momiji Shabu Shabu   Whenever I go for steamboat buffets, the first thing I look out for is the cleanliness of the restaurant and the variety of dishes. I was expecting much when I stepped into Momiji at the at the top of Shaw Balestier - an old heartland mall that has seen better years. But the spanking new Momiji was spotless and with 100 free-flow items to choose from, the variety was enormous.   The Food at Momiji   Momiji has over 100 dishes on display, categorised nicely into different sections such as meats, vegetables and pre-cooked food. Yes, forget the...
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About Nuvo   Marina Square has recently revamped itself with a new gourmet wing, where several restaurants with novel concepts have erupted. It becomes clear Marina Square has taken great care in selecting its tenants, because you will not find large chain restaurants in this wing. I recently brought my date to the Prosecco buffet brunch (SGD$40++ per pax) at Nuvo, a new promising restaurant tucked at the very end of the wing. Access to the restaurant is also possible via the scenic boardwalk along building. Nuvo prides itself as a contemporary Italian-Japanese fusion restaurant. Helmed by Chef Mark Richards of...
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