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The World’s 100 Best Restaurants 2014 – Noma is No 1, Andre at 37!

The World’s Best Restaurant has been announced to be Noma in Copenhagen again, after it was dethroned last year by El Celler De Can Roca which is now at Number 2. (Read: Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2014) At least if you want to try Noma (known to serve nordic mad food), it will be moving […]

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The Kitchen Table – W Hotel’s Buffet Restaurant Impresses with Service

A friend was showing photos from her staycation at W Hotel and that was met with “wooos” and “wahss” of envious, which is probably one of the hippest and coolest hotels in Singapore (and most would said Taipei as well). The Kitchen Table at Sentosa, W Hotel’s buffet restaurant serves up “Food from the Heart”, […]

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The Sleeping Rhino – Klapsons’ New Restaurant. Any Idea Why The Rhino Is Sleeping?

The choice to dine at The Sleeping Rhino was purely for its name, for it intrigues me enough. I wished there was a fanciful story – there’s wasn’t. T.S.R is a new casual bistro-styled restaurant at The Klapsons boutique hotel replacing Lucas, previously higher-end in its concept. Generally the vibes are good – the entrance […]

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Aquamarine Marina Mandarin – Huge Buffet Spread with Flavours of Siam

There is just SO MUCH FOOD at Aquamarine. After recceing one round to survey the foods, I must say this buffet restaurant at Marina Mandarin has quite a huge spread, usually known for the Singapore Chilli Crab, Grilled Beef Striploin infused with Garlic & Five Spices, Assam Fish Head Curry, and colourful variety of desserts […]

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Street 50 at Bay Hotel – East-Meets-West Restaurant Needs Fine Refinements

Located at Bay Hotel which appeals to urban travellers, Street 50 Restaurant and Bar is so named because it is on 50 Telok Blangah Road. It faces a tough competitor in the name of the mammoth Vivocity. But that could also mean the working people from Mapletree, Harbourfront and Pasir Panjang can consider making their […]

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Silver Shell Café – Meet The Meat Buffet, Eat Till You Drop

Coming to Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort does feel like I am overseas for a holiday, with its by-the-beach view, service staff decked in flowery resort uniforms, and Filipino musicians playing some Hawaiian style music. The Dine On 3 at Rasa Sentosa features a destination dining concept with three restaurants and a bar under one roof. […]

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Plaza Brasserie – Back to the 60s Buffet with Grandma’s Favourites

It seems that many hotels and restaurants buffets are going back to the past, serving local foods from the nostalgic old days. Buffet Restaurant Plaza Brasserie decided to bring back some heritage cuisine from the 60s, such as Rojak, Cuttlefish and Kang Kong, Deep Fried Tau Kwa, Braised Pork Belly with Mui Chye, and Tau […]

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The Gallerie Opens At Marina Square

Shoppers and food lovers at Marina Square have one new reason to cheer – A new food establishment, The Gallerie, has just opened. This 889-seater food space has a selection of 29 stalls and kiosks in an open dining concept. What is different is that it also integrates restaurants within a food court, offering a […]

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[Closed] Fisherman’s Market – New Japanese Seafood Buffet Restaurant Comes To Singapore

To readers: Fisherman’s Market has ceased operations, and been replaced with another Japanese buffet restaurant Chiso Zanmai Buffet-hungry Singaporeans will rejoice at the opening of this new seafood buffet restaurant at Clarke Quay Central. Fisherman’s Market is an “all you can eat” restaurant featuring a variety of seafood prepared in Japanese, Western and Chinese styles, […]

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Sakura International Buffet – Underground By The Park

After a 42 minute train ride from town, and a 12 minute walk from Woodlands MRT station under the hot sun, I arrived at a patch grassland overlooking Republic Polytehnic. There was no restaurant in sight, only a big red signboard which sprouted out of nowhere of Admiralty Park. Only when you reached the sign […]

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