Christmas is one of the biggest events of the year and we know how much of a headache it can be to organise a get-together, be it a private dinner with your loved ones or corporate parties involving hundreds of guests.
When it comes to Christmas parties, one of the major components when it comes to planning is food—and it can make or break your party! Having to please everyone’s taste buds is not an easy task but yes, we are telling you that it is possible to have a fuss-free Christmas party without going through much hassle.
For Christmas this year, Orange Clove Catering is collaborating with Celebrity Chef Eric Low who is leading the festive theme buffet ‘A Christmas Full of Life’, with six exclusive creations that are bound to impress your guests. Who says that catered food has to be boring? We beg to differ!
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Connected to Fernvale Light Rail Transit (LRT) station which seamlessly links to the Sengkang North-East Line train station and Sengkang bus interchange, The Seletar Mall is super convenient for residents living in the North of Singapore.
The mall itself has 6 floors of F&B, retail stores and more, which makes it a one-stop mall for those living in the area. In terms of just food alone, the choices are pretty extensive with so many cuisines to choose from. Whether you are looking for a proper sit-down restaurant, or just craving a snack, you can bet that The Seletar Mall has it all.
Here is The Seletar Mall Food Directory to help you better decide on your next meal.
Picture this: glistening waters, crisp fresh air and a jaw-dropping view from above the clouds. Not a single skyscraper is in sight; all one hears is the wind howling and the circling birds chirping. Retreating into the wonders of nature has proven to be therapeutic and is the primary reason why we constantly set time aside, whenever possible, to embark on hikes.
From Bali’s Mount Batur, East Java’s Ijen Volcano to North Sumatra’s Sipiso-Piso Waterfall, here are 8 Best Hiking Trails in Indonesia with Breathtaking Sceneries.
With all the festivities going on, there is really no better time to travel than the last few months of the year.
Aside from all the exciting activities to do such as spending a white Christmas in Korea or Japan, you also get to enjoy the cool temperature climates in certain countries during winter. Yes, that means you get to escape the humid weather in Singapore!
If you are running out of ideas on where your next holiday site should be, we came up with 6 Best Year-End Travel Destinations and some tips on what you can expect there. READ ON
With the ubiquity of pizza deliveries all around town, you can conveniently speed-dial any outlet of your preference and chomp on glorious pizzas from the comfort of your own house (and pyjamas).
Whether it is a casual gathering, fun slumber party or even a family lunch, you can jazz up your pizzas just the way you like them and have them sent right to your doorstep.
The slew of halal pizzerias dotting the island also means that you can even have your Muslim pals over without worrying about food options. Do note that some of the deliveries are only designated for specific areas based on their outlet locations.
Here Are 8 Halal Pizza Delivery In Singapore To Satisfy Those Pepperoni Cravings.
Café Kitsuné is one Parisian name that comes to mind whenever the Parisian cafe scene is discussed. And yes, it is by Kitsuné, the French music record label and fashion label with the iconic fox logo.
Café Kitsuné Paris is easily one of the prettiest cafes in Paris. And Café Kitsuné is now in Tokyo too. Of course, it ain’t looking too shabby.
Here’s a peek into the quaint outpost in Tokyo that you totally have to include for your next cafe-hopping in Tokyo, Japan.
The Bettership, a sashimi-centric eatery, has recently opened up on the ground floor of The Cathay. This humble Japanese eatery serves up boats—yes, boats—of fresh restaurant-standard sashimi as well as show-stopping donburi.
Priced decently at no more than S$20 for a sizeable donburi, this makes it a rather affordable option as opposed to many restaurants. And if you happen to be in the area during noon time, take advantage of their set lunch promotion. Available from 12pm to 6pm on weekdays, their Chirashi Don goes for only S$15.90 with the addition of a bowl of miso soup and green tea.
If you happen to be looking for a bite either before or after a movie or simply just an affordable alternative to satisfy your sashimi cravings, The Bettership is a great spot to check out.
Sushi Iwa is arguably one of the most talked about sushi restaurants in Tokyo. The One Michelin Star restaurant in Ginza, Tokyo, has an elusive shop front and an even more “exclusive” reservation list.
It took us numerous attempts over a period of two years before we finally succeeded in scoring two seats on one of those weekday afternoons for lunch.
So, are they really worth all the hype? You will find out in a while.