Peranakan

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During special Chinese occasions, it’s customary for us to celebrate by eating certain traditional food. mooncakes are eaten on Mid-Autumn Festival. Similarly, rice dumplings are eaten on the Dragon Boat Festival. This festival falls on the fifth day of the fifth month on the Chinese lunar calendar, hence it’s also...
Heng Heng Curry Café is a multi-cultural concept café serving popular dishes from Chinese dialect groups. You can savour Hokkien, Cantonese and Teochew cooking methods all under one roof. The entrance resembles a fast food counter, but the quality of the meticulously prepared homely food speaks a different tone altogether....
Having met the stringent requirements, Asian Market Café at Fairmont Singapore is now halal certified. During the month of Ramadan, the restaurant rolls out the authentic flavours of the Middle East combined with traditional Malay cuisine, boasting an extensive spread including pan-Asian cuisines and local favourites with live cooking stations,...
Grand Mercure Roxy Hotel offers a nostalgic and colourful buffet spread at the [email protected] Buffet Restaurant. Nestled at the very heart of the Katong heritage district in the east of Singapore, the restaurant majors in Peranakan, Chinese and local cuisines. A little birdie told me that the Singapore President S.R....
In a recent Sparklette giveaway, 3 pairs of the “Re!Cess” set lunch/dinner from Hotel Re!, worth S$41.60++ a pair, went up for grabs. More than 100 of you participated. Read on to find out who the 3 lucky winners are. Winners Mandy Anne Lim Fish Ang Congratulations to all 3...
Update: This contest has ended. The winners have been announced. The chic and retro-themed Hotel Re! on Pearl’s Hill has a fabulous dining deal going on. At its flagship restaurant Re!Fill, the four-course “Re!Cess” set meals are going at just S$20.80++ each. Every set comprises of an appetiser, a soup,...