Showing posts from December, 2018

SIN: Liao Fan Hawker Chan [Delivery]

Too lazy to queue at Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle~ Is everyone ready for 2019? To end off this year, I shall write about Hawker Chan, which is listed under the Bib Gourmand category of the 2018 Michelin Guide. Its original stall at the nearby Chinatown Food Complex has been awarded One Michelin Star since 2016.

SIN: Blue Jasmine

Blue rice, sticky rice, mocktail and everything nice! Blue Jasmine is a Halal -certified restaurant at Park Hotel Farrer Park that serves dishes from Southern Thailand and the Esarn region, making use of spices imported directly from the country. I've got to know about the restaurant from corporate offer e-mail messages that I've been receiving lately.

SIN: Typhoon Café

Interested to try a miso-flavoured soufflé dessert? Typhoon Café is a modern Taiwanese eatery at Plaza Singapura, born out of the "obsession for artisan fruit teas and larger-than-life desserts". In Chinese, the name of the café is 台風 (lit. typhoon), which is actually a blending of the words 台灣 (lit. Taiwan) and 風味 (lit. flavour).

SIN: Harry's

Surprisingly delicious curried lamb shank! Harry's started as an intimate jazz bar in Boat Quay back in August 1992. Over the years, it has transformed into a neighbourhood bar. It prides itself in being Singapore's largest chain of bars with 20 branches, along with a few others in Myanmar and India at the point of writing.

SIN: Jew Kit

Serving delicious Hainanese chicken rice since 1992! Welcome back! Today's review is on Jew Kit, a brand founded by Mr Teo Jew Kit from Hainan, China. From its humble beginning in 1992, it has grown to four restaurants and three stalls serving at the point of writing. I had lunch at one of its branches at Far East Plaza.

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