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.
Fancy some delectable rice bowls topped with fresh spoils from the seas of Japan? Kei Kaisendon serves up generously topped rice bowls, made for sashimi lovers by sashimi lovers. With five outlets scattered across town, Kei Kaisendon has recently opened its doors on its sixth outlet at Sembawang Shopping Centre.
Let’s see what Kei Kaisendon has to offer for the seafood lover in us!
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.
Ah, Sundays by the pool. When I was a child, there was nothing better than escaping the relentless heat with an afternoon at the swimming pool, followed by a hearty lunch with family under the sturdy shelter of an umbrella table.
For families taking a refreshing dip at Woodlands and Sengkang Sports Centres, Citrus By The Pool and its sister cafe, Citrus Bistro, offer western and Asian fusion fare that is pretty bang for buck, in terms of flavours and portions!
Best of all, diners at Citrus Bistro enjoy free entry to the swimming complex – just dial the number on the signboard next to the gantry and a friendly staff will usher you in.