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Lime - 'What the Shell' Seafood Buffet Extravaganza, With Lobsters, Crabs And The Freshest Shellfish

Seafood lovers should not miss this. There are many lobster and crab themed buffets in Singapore, and the kitchen team at Lime, PARKROYAL on Pickering has decided to take their gourmet offerings a step further. ‘What the Shell’, like what the name suggests, is a buffet spread focusing on all types of shellfish and crustaceans. This is MORE than just lobsters and crabs. Starting from 22 September 2017, expect the freshest ocean catch of both International and local flavours. From the European Gratinated Escargots with Pesto Sauce (how many buffets you know have escargots?), Asian style Flower Crab and......

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Ginza Rokukakutei - Experience Japan’s 1 Michelin Starred Kushiage From $36.50, At Odeon Towers

Ginza Rokukakutei – Experience Japan’s 1 Michelin Starred Kushiage From $36.50, At Odeon Towers

Japan’s 1-Michelin starred restaurant Rokukakutei which specialises in Kushiage, has opened an outlet in Singapore at Odeon Towers (next to Bras Basah). A restaurant specialising in kushikatsu — Japanese deep-fried skewers of meat, seafood and vegetables, is not that common in Singapore. Many specialised Japanese restaurants here end up...

September 13, 2017
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Bakerzin - Limited Edition Tom Yum and Sakura Ebi Mooncakes. Snowskin Yuzu, Durian And Black Sesame, Anyone?

Bakerzin – Limited Edition Tom Yum and Sakura Ebi Mooncakes. Snowskin Yuzu, Durian And Black Sesame, Anyone?

Mooncakes in Singapore are getting more ‘high level’, with creative and appetising choices for us consumers. Fancy some very-interesting mooncakes such as Tom Yum, Sakura Ebi or Chicken Ba Kwa Wu Ren Mooncakes? Home-grown brand Bakerzin known for their pastries and European-style bread, has developed and launched a “Crème...

September 01, 2017
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Nunsongyee – Thai Milk Tea Bingsu Exclusive To Hougang Midtown, Also With Cheese And Honey Injeolmi Toast

Nunsongyee – Thai Milk Tea Bingsu Exclusive To Hougang Midtown, Also With Cheese And Honey Injeolmi Toast

When we talk about Korean Bingsu in Singapore, the frontrunner should be Nunsongyee. It went from a small outlet two years ago, to branches in Bugis, Tanjong Katong, Century Square, Upper Thomson and Bukit Timah now. Few know that the Korean dessert café has just opened an outlet at...

July 30, 2017
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