Venture out of town and impress your family, pamper your palates, and feast your way into the Year of the Rat with Famous Kitchen‘s specially curated Chinese New Year menu. Tucked away in Sembwang Road, the Nanyang-inspired restaurant provides a good escape for friends and family looking to enjoy a good time together this Lunar New Year season.
With Christmas done and dusted, Chinese New Year is looming upon us and it’s time to get together for familial festivities once more. Usher in the Lunar Year of the Rat with some delicious Prosperity and Auspicious Set Menus at Famous Treasure in Capitol Piazza!
Mention the words “Chinese restaurant”, and the first images (and aromas) that come to mind are your typical family-style Cantonese and Teochew dishes. Same same, but different. The Famous Kitchen on far-flung Sembawang Road sets itself apart by serving up wholesome, traditional Nanyang cuisine, inspired by owner Jeffrey Foo’s travels around China.
There’s nothing not to love about steamboats – simple, nutritious ingredients thrown together to cook in a flavourful broth of your choice, often in the company of family and friends.
Mention the word “steamboat” to any food-loving Singaporean, and the first brands that inevitably come to mind are the likes of Haidilao and Beauty In A Pot. But in my opinion, M Hotel’s Seafood Steamboat Buffet Dinner is well on its way to becoming another worthy contender for the title of steamboat of choice in the CBD.
Nestled between Suntec City and South Beach Tower, Shaw Tower is a humble office building that houses businesses and F&B outlets. One of these is MooTeow Chilli Beef Kway Teow, a stall selling Teochew-style noodles at Wild Market, an F&B meets lifestyle concept that occupies the first building’s first level.
Hawker food gets an upgrade this National Day month at PARKROYAL on Pickering’s Loco Local buffet! Featuring a selection of luxed up dishes inspired by our humble hawker stapled, Loco Local aims to surprise and delight guests during its limited run from 5 August to 1 September 2019.
Talk about a business born of love. Opened by Raffles Institution alumnus Chan Boon Wee and his wife Florence, Boon’s Noodles is a handmade ban mian specialist operating at Golden Mile Food Centre, one of Singapore’s many meccas for local cuisine.