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umisushi, known for its Japanese quick service foods in Singapore, is presenting a range of Chinese New Year dishes with a little touch of Japanese this festive occasion. The great news is that you can conveniently place your order online and have these goodies delivered right to your doorstep over...
Toss to a prosperous new year at Hilton Singapore‘s Checkers Brasserie, with the restaurant’s unique Fortune Coin Yusheng that is shaped like an ancient Chinese coin. Fortune Coin Yusheng S$528++ This dish requires an entire day of preparation, including up to 5 hours of craftsmanship. The ingredients are assembled to...
Lunar New Year is approaching, and what better way to kickstart the new year than with a lucky lo hei? Toss to new heights of success at Mandarin Court, Mandarin Orchard, 35 levels above Orchard Road. Takeaway menu Prosperity roselle salmon yusheng S$S$68++ for 2-4 persons, S$108++ for 8-10 persons...
One of Singapore’s most popular Cantonese restaurants, Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant at Carlton Hotel has recently reopened after a four-month interior renovation, swaggering a spanking new contemporary concept with an elegant and exclusive dining ambience. Traditional Chinese artefacts are carefully selected to enhance the oriental décor, while complementing the modern...
Update: This contest has ended. The winners have been announced. If you have watched Chinese martial arts movies or read kung fu novels at some point, you may have noticed that the characters tend to make a pit-stop in guesthouses to replenish their energy after a long journey. In modern...
Update: This contest has ended. The winners have been announced. This Mid-Autumn Festival, the Paradise Group of Chinese restaurants has created a series of exquisite snowskin mooncakes. The selection comprises colourful mooncake treasures ranging from nutty and fruity to tea and floral. The colourful mini snowskin jewels are intricately handcrafted...