Park Hotel had invited some of us bloggers for a Blogger Appreciation Dinner at Park Hotel City Hall not too long ago. For those who are looking for places to eat for Christmas Eve, Christmas or even New Year’s, perhaps you can consider Grand Park City Hall or Park Hotel Clarke Quay. The food pictures shown above were from both hotels. Lunch ranges from $45++ to $78++ (for adults, without free flow alcohol) while dinner ranges from $58++ to $98++ (again, for adults, without free flow alcohol).
nadnut.com – Singapore Lifestyle Blog: BFF and I visited SIFU recently courtesy of a food tasting invitation from Huntington and SIFU. I’ve heard BFF raving about the food in Hong Kong plenty of times and needless to say, I was extremely intrigued by SIFU.
SIFU is a Hong Kong inspired dining room which features their very own take on Hong Kong style items. Most of the items are fusion dishes. East meets West and Hong Kong meets Local flavours inspired items. The name SIFU actually is a reference to “master” or “teacher” in Cantonese. All dishes are handmade by the chefs and bakers by scratch!
Am taking a break from all of the food reviews and decided to share some photos instead. Food reviews to resume next week!
As some of you guys may know, I’m a huge fan of rainbows. Well, to be exact, anything colourful. Especially rainbows.
So while paktoring with Skai aka c(hubby) recently, we visited MEDZ which has had quite a number of bloggers raving over it’s rainbow cake.
I was invited to SHIMA by the kind folks from FoodNews PR to sample their Sukiyaki menu. As a huge fan of Sukiyaki, I was quite excited about it. For those who may not recognise SHIMA, it is actually located at Goodwood Hotel and has had a month-long renovation with a brand new look!
Needless to say, I roped in my fellow beef lover BFF to join me for some beef guzzling!