From 3 to 5 November, Tarte by Cheryl Koh was invited by Singapore Tourism Board to participate in Singapore: Inside Out Sydney 2017, where the team rubbed shoulders with some of Singapore’s and Sydney’s finest chefs to create unique and exquisite desserts.
Chef Cheryl and her team created three lovely desserts which were inspired by popular local flavours that wowed guests. One example would be her signature artisanal French tarts in an exclusive Milo and Chocolate flavour.
Send your taste buds into a tailspin with JINzakaya’s latest midday deal.
Featuring their 14 delectable lunch sets, which starts from a pocket-friendly S$15.00 – be spoilt for choice with their 1-for-1 set lunch, available from Monday to Friday, 12pm-2.15pm. In order to be eligible for this exclusive offer, diners just need to purchase minimum of (any) 2 appetizer items! It’s that simple!
View the full menu on JINzakaya’s website.
Bidding to the calls for tastier, healthier and fresher options in today’s fast-paced society, NamNam GO! is set to make a difference. Located at the office tower lobby of Shaw Centre, the 4-seat to-go concept aims to raise the bar of quick and fresh food with the menu comprising of banh mis, chilled noodles, refreshing salads, soft serves, pastries, and beverages!
Ever since Bistro Du Vin’s revamp earlier this year featuring a modern look, a new chef and menu; fans of the authentic French bistro experience have been spotted coming back for more of Chef Laurent’s mouth-watering French fare. In appreciation for everyone’s overwhelming support, and in the spirit of keeping things fresh, the Bistro Du Vin team have been working extra hard the past few weeks to put together a refreshed menu filled with novel, tantalising options that is sure to whet your appetites!
We won’t spoil the surprise, but some here are some of the new menu items that guests can look forward to – baked Burgundy escargots with garlic herbs butter, pan seared scallops with green peas, chicken stewed in apple … and many more.
The new menu will be available in mid September, in both Bistro Du Vin Shaw & Zion. Keep your eyes peeled for the latest news on Bistro Du Vin’s website and social media pages.
Those who have tried Chef Cheryl’s artisanal French tarts would know that it is often hard to stop at just one. This season, delight in the popular fig tart, made with solliès figs, which are often hailed as one of the top fig varieties in France. Those who like plums can opt for the Mirabelle De Nancy, which features baked Mirabelle plums atop a delectable layer of almond cream. For a baked treat, the Pâté Aux Prune Angevin, a traditional Reine Claude plum tart from Anjou, is sure to satisfy.
Visit Tarte by Cheryl Koh’s website for the full catalogue.
It has been a little over a month since the popular Mui Kee Cantonese congee hit the sunny shores of Singapore, over at Casa Verde. Those who have yet to try these luscious bowls of silky-smooth congee can make their way down to the Singapore Botanic Gardens to have a first-hand taste of the delicious Mui Kee congee, which is made over a 5-hour preparation period, using recipes and cooking techniques that have been passed down through 3 generations. Highly recommended would be the signature fish belly congee, which is best loved for its fragrant accompanying wok-hei taste.
Visit Mui Kee’s website for the full menu.
3 bowls of pho in 20 mins? Hands up all those who think they can do that! The Ultimate Pho-Natic Challenge saw 8 contestants, 5 men and 3 ladies, battle it out as they aimed to devour as much of NamNam’s signature pho within 20 mins. The competition was held on 17 August over in Jakarta at NamNam Noodle Bar in Senayan City, in conjuction with Indonesia’s Independence Day. After a highly charged session, the top 3 winners emerged – each having polished off 2 bowls completely, and with just a little left in the third. It was a ball of fun, but we recommend you do not try this at home!
Fans of congee, this one is for you. Cantonese porridge concept, Mui Kee, will be making its first venture into the Singapore food market on 30th June, with a 6-month long pop-up at Casa Verde. A third generation congee concept from Hong Kong owned by 34-year-old Mr Pierre Choi (affectionately known as Ah Tung), Mui Kee is best known for its delicious, heart-warming bowls of Cantonese congee made using traditional recipes and cooking methods.
What makes the taste of Mui Kee’s congee so unique? Besides the fact that only fresh ingredients are used, with no artificial flavouring or monosodium glutamate (MSG) added, every bowl of congee goes through an arduous 5-hour long preparation process before being served. However, the effort is definitely worth it – the resultant congee base boasts a delicious, silky-smooth texture and aromatic flavour that will have you coming back for more.
For the pop-up, diners can select from 8 different types of congee, each served with a side of fried dough fritters and century egg. Highly recommended would be Mui Kee’s signature fish belly congee, featuring dace fish sourced from Shunde Province sautéed with rice wine, and cooked in a special method that gives it a fragrant wok hei taste. Those who are already thinking of making it your new breakfast go-to, a Mui Kee loyalty card will also be introduced to reward frequent diners, with complimentary side dishes and porridge sets up for redemption.
For more information and the full menu, visit www.muikee.com.sg
With the arrival of June, which is often one of the warmest months of the year, the folks over at Peperoni Pizzeria have got you covered. With beers, cocktails and soft drinks going at 1-for-1 all day long, it is time to gather your pals, and start swiggin’. A cold refreshing beer paired with Peperoni’s signature wood-fired pizzas and speciality wings? That is what we call a match made in heaven!
To celebrate the Singapore Botanic Gardens’ Heritage Week, Head Chef Danny Tan of Casa Verde has whipped up some local specialities that will be exclusively available between 30th June and 9th July. Get a taste of Singaporean favourites with Chef Danny’s own innovative touch, such as the Beef Rendang pizza ($25 nett). The Heritage Set is also a great value option – at only $19.50nett, diners can a select either a Prawn Noodle Soup or Seafood Char Kway Teow, to complete their meal with an Iced Jelly with Aloe Vera and a beverage of their choice.