Monthly archive April, 2010

It is one of the best kept secrets of the Singapore food scene, but a restaurant at Valley Point has been quietly dishing out some excellent cooking. Cafe Le Chateau has kept well below the foodie radar since it opened in 2009, offering a myriad of French and European dishes....
Mmm… Wine and food should always go hand in hand, don’t you think? Last week, we were invited to partake in a wonderful wine pairing dinner at Hotel Re!. It is done banquet-style, spread over 5 courses with a different Spanish wine to accompany each. Sweet! We enjoyed it so...
How lucky are we in Singapore to have access to so many diverse cultures? Thanks to the fact that we are situated right within Southeast Asia, we get to taste various authentic colourful cuisines such as Thai, Malay or Indian food whenever we want. One of my favourites is Indonesian...
Ever since getting an iPhone, I have been hooked on trying out various apps (or applications). There are apps for literally every purpose! Wondering where to go for dinner? There are hundreds of apps available that would help you locate the nearest restaurants in your city. To add to the...
Fans of the popular Fish & Co. chain would be pleased to know that the group has a new line of restaurants – F.I.S.H. Apart from seafood, F.I.S.H. casts a wider net by offering meats, salads and a bigger range of desserts than its predecessor. If you have visited the...
So I have been hearing a lot of rave reviews about Arnold’s Fried Chicken from readers, all of whom tout it as the best fried chicken in Singapore. Right after I announced on Twitter that I’m checking out Arnold’s, I was inundated with replies saying yeah! It’s better than KFC...
Sony’s widely publicised make.believe campaign has reached its voting stage. From now to 14 April, you can vote for your favourite dream in the Dot Your Dream contest and your favourite photograph in the Dot Your Moment photo contest. The winners would be decided by your votes and see their...