A swelteringly hot Saturday morning played host to the hundred odd participants of the third annual Ultimate Food Trail Challenge held by SMU. With enticing prizes of up to $3000 in cash and prizes, nothing, it seemed, would deter our lot of fierce competitors.
If you are looking to be part of something greater this new school term, then joining SMU Gourmet Club is the right thing to do!
Nestled along Kandahar Street (near Bugis MRT Station and parallel to Haji Lane), WitBier Café is an ideal spot for friends to relax and unwind after a taxing day at work or at school. With quality drinks, foods, and its alluring location, it is no surprise that WitBier Café has been featured in several Singapore travel guides for foreign tourists.
Post Cereals gently cracks the whole wheat berry and adds a mix of grains to their flakes. Following that, Post Cereals then adds in nutritious fruits, nuts, and/or seeds before balancing them with their grains for a great taste that’s irresistible.
Perhaps the first thing that catches your attention about Bacchanalia, would be that the chefs hail all the way from the legendary Fat Duck by Heston Blumenthal.
If you are looking for the best steak in Singapore (as well as modern contemporary cuisine), you need not look further than The Prime Society. With the upper tier of Dempsey Hill as its home, The Prime Society is a sophisticated steakhouse that showcases the finest cuts of Australian beef in its menu.
Nestled in the lush colonial greens of Raffles Hotel, Halia’s interior certainly makes for a pleasing view as you dig into their oriental fusion cuisine. The concept of old school communal dining is what drives this place, so be prepared for hearty meals to be split amongst you and your friends (or not, if you’re the type that’s territorial when it comes to food).
Now, the thing about all buffets is this: whilst people do not generally frequent buffet lunches or dinners, good ones like Oscars @ Conrad Centennial Singapore will never be easily forgotten.
Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore is a name all steak lovers would have heard of. Housed in Mandarin Gallery with a perfect view over Orchard Road, Lawry’s offers the perfect setting to enjoy with their specialties.
Carnivore may have been around for a while now but there still isn’t a restaurant in Singapore that’s quite like it. Besides having its meat cooked churrasco style (that’s “barbeque” for us non-Portuguese speaking folks), they also serve it to each table in a manner that’s quite unlike any other in town—their “roving passadors” will present the meats at every table and will slice it for you if you so wish, right there and then!