After taking 4 months off to have my baby, I’m back writing for inSing.com’s wildly popular Tried & Tested column. This time, we re-visit ramen, a Japanese phenomenon that our noodle-loving nation can’t seem to get enough of. Which new player is the current champion of Japanese ramen in Singapore? Click here to find out!
Monthly Archive for November, 2011
Hubby the fanboy wanted to check out Paradigm Infinitum‘s new branch at Fusionopolis, that’s how we ended up here one Saturday. Having moved from International Business Park, the ever popular Penang Place buffet restaurant is still packing the crowds in. Despite its cavernous interior, the restaurant was full house when we came here for Saturday [...]
Last week, when I went to my friendly neighborhood 7-Eleven to get some stuff, I was given this free sample pack of chips. Turns out that it’s one of my favorite munchies — tapioca chips! Locally, we refer to it as tapioca, but it’s also known as cassava.
Update (Tuesday, 22 Nov 2011): A winner has been picked for a free pair of tickets to WRX2011 Wine Journey! Refer to bottom of post for the winner! The inaugural Wine & Restaurant Experience (WRX) begins tomorrow! Brought to you by the organizers of World Gourmet Summit, the Wine & Restaurant Experience 2011 (17 Nov [...]
Here’s an awesome deal you mustn’t miss! For the month of November 2011, FIJI Water is running a unique water sampling program, where anyone can enjoy FIJI Water for free! Simply present 6 bottled water labels (of any brand) at any Swiss Butchery cashier’s counter in exchange for a 6-pack of Lil’ FIJIs (330ml). Here are [...]
Since its opening at Resorts World Sentosa less than two years ago, Osia — a fine-dining restaurant that serves contemporary Australian cuisine — has garnered rave reviews from critics and guests alike. Their menu features fresh Australian produce with an emphasis on crisp, natural flavors. Recently, Osia was named Best Dining Experience at the Singapore [...]
Tired of delivery pizza and fast food, we thought we’d try something different for a change. So we decided to go Thai! Ordering was a hassle-free affair. Their website is easy to navigate, and the menu clearly lists the food items — illustrated with photos — and prices. We were told that our order would [...]
Posted in Hubby's breakfast on Nov 5th, 2011
No, we’re not having their signature kare-pan (curry bun) today. Decided to try out something different from Pullman Bakery this time. At first glance, hubby thought that this was a raisin loaf. But no, those red specks are sweetened whole adzuki beans. The buttery bread is rather sweet, so we simply ate it on its [...]