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!
Monthly Archives: November 2016
Introducing a Taste of Singapore in New York
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.
You’re Invited to Join JINzakaya’s Lunch Club
“There’s no such thing as a free lunch in the world”. Whoever said that would have to eat their words, for now now at JINzakaya, there sure is! JINzakaya has newly introduced their Lunch Club
card, which rewards all loyal JINzakaya lunch-monsters a complimentary lunch set upon their 7th lunch set order with us.
Vietnamese Cuisine Taken Up a Notch with Di Mai
Set in the heart of bustling Ho Chi Minh City, at the base of Ben Thanh Tower, Les Amis Group’s latest concept, Di Mai (translated “Aunty Mai”) offers diners a respite from the hectic streets of Vietnam, by transporting them into a whole new world, where vintage-nostalgia meets modernity.
From the iconic and refurbished Xe lam (commonly known as Tuk Tuks) cashier counter which is attached to a communal dining table, the crockery and sauces that peppers the shelves, to the large
open kitchen, Di Mai is a visual feast that will keep diners captivated throughout their meal. Crafted from traditional recipes prepared around Vietnam, Di Mai offers a well-curated menu that
blends Vietnamese Street Food with home-style cooking, which is bound to leave you leave you craving for more.
Di Mai has certainly found her place in the hearts and minds of Ho Chi Minh and their diners.