This month saw La Tapería’s Chef Seow Tzi Qin helming the year’s second edition of cooking classes for patients at NCIS. Introducing himself as “TQ”, the affable Chef Seow specially concocted two dishes for the demonstration, which included the Cabbage Stew with Soybean, and Green Tea Fideua with seafood – healthier versions of typical Spanish fare. Stressing on convenience, Chef Seow notably incorporated ingredients easily found in supermarkets and at home, making the process of cooking these dishes at home a smooth and easy one.
COMNAM Vietnamese Street Eats is back, with a brand new look and a refreshed menu! Re-opening after a two-week long renovation, the trendier interior boasts a perfect blend of modernity coupled with nostalgic Vietnamese touches. COMNAM’s new menu features a variety of iconic dishes from northern, central and southern Vietnam, infused with a modern twist. Delight in a flavourful selection of rice and noodle dishes, inspired by traditional recipes with both French and Vietnamese influences. Value-for-money set meals are also available all-day during the week – what else are you waiting for?
Now open from 10.30am – 10pm daily, fans of Tarte by Cheryl Koh can satisfy their sweet cravings after hours. Pop by to try Tarte’s selection of intricately crafted tarts, and end a long day on a high note by indulging in a delectable dessert after work. Bring a tart home to enjoy – or if you can’t wait, choose to savour it on the spot with coffee, tea or wine to pair over at next-door sister concept, Caveau Bar.
After months of creating, tasting and fine-tuning the menu, fans of the retro-chic JINzakaya can now look forward to a spanking new selection of fresh additions and refined versions of old favourites.
Fusing the traditional flavours of popular izakaya fare with our chefs’ creative reinvention that caters to modern-day taste preferences, the revamped menu promises an expanded selection of yakimono (grilled dishes), donburi (Japanese rice bowls), noodles, and most of all – the brand new introduction of 13 delectable lunch sets.
Hungry souls in search of a pocket-friendly option for a quick lunch fix would be pleased to know that JINzakaya’s new lunch sets are packed both with great flavor and value. The lunch sets flaunt a wide variety of comprehensive offerings, where diners can select from an assortment of rice and noodle mains, complete with an appetizer, a soup, sides and a dessert to pair. Choose to have a bit of everything with the Makunouchi Bento ($24), a sumptuous bento consisting of sashimi, grilled chicken, ebi tempura, egg, yam, pickles and rice. Lunch sets are priced from $15.00 – $25.00, and are available for both dine-in and takeaway.
View the full menu on JINzakaya’s website.
Make your kid’s birthday an unforgettable and fun-filled one by treating them to a pizza party – not one where they just eat the pizza, but also try their hand at making it! Peperoni Pizzeria has most recently rolled out a Kids Birthday Party Package, which allows kids and their friends to become chefs for a day as they learn the craft of pizza and mocktail making from the resident chefs at Peperoni.
View the full details of the party package on Peperoni’s website.
Please be informed that some of our restaurants will be closed during the Lunar New Year holiday (27-29 Jan). Should you like to dine with us during that period, business is as usual for the following concepts.
Les Amis – Open for both lunch & dinner
Tarte by Cheryl Koh – Open for takeaway
For the full list of closure dates & timings for all our concepts, please click here to view to the table.
This year, Peperoni Pizzeria’s highly anticipated annual XXL challenge returns in double force, with an XXL pasta thrown in on top of the usual XXL pizza for an ultimate test of gobbling skills. 8 tag teams of 2 will compete to devour Peperoni’s signature 21” XXL pizza and a ginormous serving of pasta, with more than $1000 worth of prizes to be snagged. Think you’re up for the challenge? Grab your friend with the most voracious appetite and register your interest now!
It was a dazzling night in New York’s iconic Rainbow Room at the James Beard Foundation’s 30th anniversary gala dinner. This year’s theme, Singapore’s Culinary Crossroads, saw a presentation of culinary delights from various cultures, created by some of Singapore’s and America’s finest chefs.
Tarte by Cheryl Koh is most honoured to have the opportunity to represent Singapore in this international gastronomic gathering, which featured some of Singapore’s and America’s finest chefs.
Chef Cheryl and her team presented a dessert lounge filled with sweet treats inspired by and infused with the local flavours of Singapore; including Chef Cheryl’s signature artisanal French tarts in coconut-pandan Kaya flavour, “soft-boiled” chocolate eggs filled with pineapple-Cointreau and limegin jelly, cracked into a glass of Singapore Sling cocktail, Teh Halia chocolate bonbons, nasi lemak cookies and many more.