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About PhysioAesthetics   I'd always thought spas were places you went to for massages and pamper treatments. Somehow along the way people started to explore ways in which spas could offer more than that. Medical spas seemed to be the answer for consumers looking to combine relaxation and non-invasive cosmetic beauty treatments, all in an indulgent spa setting.  I recent went to a medispa to experience how health and beauty treatments can be performed under one roof. While there may be a number of medispas to head to, PhysioAesthetics doesn't just do the standard fill-in-the-form procedure when you first show up...
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About MEDZS   MEDZS should be a familiar name to those of us fond of Mediterranean cuisine. The casual diner dishes out an eclectic range of cuisines from places like Spain, Morocco, Tunisia and Greece. It grew quickly in popularity with its cashless dining concept and massive range of food choices.  To cater to even more Singaporean palates, MEDZ has introduced a new Asian counter, with some familiar favourites like Mee Goreng and Chilli Crab. Here are the highlights of the new menu.    The Food at MEDZS   The Braised Tiger Prawns ($23.90) came coated in a steaming golden broth...
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About Pince and Pints   Pictures of immensely photogenic lobsters and claws have been flooding my Instagram feed since a couple of weeks ago. First it was seeing pictures of popular bloggers @songofstyle and @songdani at the restaurant when they were here in Singapore. Then it was my own friends who made their way down during the new lobster joint's soft opening, and of course photos of their food made me even more excited to try it for myself.   VIL - Very Important Lobsters   Some would know Pince and Pints as the newest business venture of owner Frederick Yap....
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About Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King Matsuri   After having 20 bowls of ramen just last month, I don't think any sane person would want to have another bowl of ramen for the rest of the year. However, when I heard that one of my favourite ramen chains, Ramen Keisuke, was opening a new branch at Parkway Parade, I just had to check it out. When you first enter Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King Matsuri, the bright lights, colourful paintings and huge Nebuta ornament will make you feel like you've stepped into the heart of a Japanese festival. In fact, the word "Matsuri"...
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About Supermuffin   The newly opened Supermuffin at Pacific Marketplace is now available for dine-in or takeaway. Taking an adventurous leap from the muffin concept, Pastry Chef Philip Lim has invented savoury muffins as a convenient meal option at any time of the day.  There are five types of meal-in-a-muffin available: Chicken Run, Krrish, Minotaur, The Hulk and Miss Piggy. This is a joint effort from Pastry Chef Philip Lim, the Home kitchen and Hai Tien Lou. The filings of the muffins are made by the Home kitchen and Hai Tien Lou, while Chef Philip utilises his culinary skills; infusing gruyere cheese and other fine...
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About Hai Tien Lo   Helmed by Master Chef Lai Tong Ping, Hai Tien Lo serves up traditional Cantonese fare with a contemporary twist. To celebrate Chef Lai's outstanding 10 years at Hai Tien Lo, he has prepared a special set menu featuring 10 items, presented in 6 courses, which will be available from the 7th of July to the 31st of December 2014. Chef Lai's inspiration for this new menu stems from the different dishes he has personally enjoyed over the years. For this menu, he aimed to create dishes that showcase the natural flavours of the ingredients. He also adopted a different presentation style from traditional...
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About STREET 50   Located on the first floor of corporate-chic Bay Hotel, STREET 50 is furnished elegantly with a modern touch - telling of its philosophy towards food. STREET 50 serves up mostly Asian flavours with a mod western twist. Think chilli crab pasta and poached chicken with breaded rice balls. It’s known for its affordable lunch and weekend buffets. In tribute to our nation’s 49th birthday, the fusion cuisine diner has cooked up an exclusive buffet menu - available for one day only. Here’s a quick look at some of the highlights you’ll get to try on 9 August. ...
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Davao Cultural and Food Festival   This Davao Cultural and Food Festival hopes to showcase the rich culture and food heritage of the 10 different tribes from this beautiful city located in Southeastern Philippines. Davao City is known as the culinary destination of the Philippines and is famous for the fresh fruits such as mangosteens, pomelos, durians, as well as for their fresh seafoods including tuna. It has all seemed out of reach for us… until now. The event kicked off with performances by the Kalumon Dance Troupe. Their first performance was a lively drum piece of indigenous tribal music that was accompanied...
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Happy Birthday, Singapore   The great thing about the 9th of August is that it gives you a shameless excuse to celebrate the best things about Singapore — excessive food intake, loud noises and taking out that flag you keep in your bomb shelter for display once a year. Despite all the imperfections of this nation and YouTube rants on why some people may not be proud to be Singaporean, we still have good reasons to love this place. In fact, we have 49. Here is a story on why Singapore will always be my home.   1. Welcome to Singapore...
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About Outback Steakhouse   After opening their first outlet at Millenia Walk back in 2000, Outback Steakhouse has finally opened its second outlet. Tucked in the corner of the fourth floor at the newly opened Orchard Gateway, the restaurant overlooks the bustling Orchard Road.  Outback Steakhouse has also revamped their menu, and we tried out some of their new dishes and old classics.   Appetizers & Cocktails   The Spinach Artichoke Dip ($13.90) is a great appetizer to share. New on the menu, it is served with a plate of freshly baked tortilla chips in a very generous portion. The dip...
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