Pietro Ristorante Italiano is tucked in a corner of Jalan Kelulut—a private residential area in Yio Chu Kang—and it has been dishing out authentic Italian dishes to its regulars since 2012.
The restaurant is segregated into two areas—al fresco dining and indoor seating. Deep shades of red on the wall, wooden furniture and a hanging chandelier; the restaurant gives off a homely and cosy ambience.
Helmed by Chef Aaron Png, Pietro Ristorante Italiano offers a wide variety on their menu. Go for the complete Italian experience by having a taste of the antipasti, salads, pasta, pizzas, mains and desserts.
From now until 15 December 2016, our readers can quote “ladyironchef” to enjoy 1-for-1 antipasti, pasta and pizza from Mondays to Thursdays (lunch and dinner), as well as Saturdays (lunch) at Pietro Ristorante Italiano.
Some prefer red wine for its rich flavour while others enjoy a glass of white wine for its light and crisp taste.
And then, there are some of us who make our choices based on the health benefits. So, which one is better than the other and gives you more reason to sip it?
The answer is Red Wine. Here are 7 Reasons Why Red Wine Is Better Than White Wine. So the next time you are having a hard time making your choice, just go for the red wine. That said, we still love our Chardonnay and won’t give up on it entirely. #GreedyLikeThat READ ON
Sinpopo Brand is one of the charming cafes you will find along Joo Chiat Road, and apart from their menu of local food reinvented, they have a range of desserts that are inspired by local flavours. Well, if Awfully Chocolate is the sister brand, then it speaks volume of Sinpopo Brand’s sweets. Sure, they do not ever disappoint.
Sinpopo Brand has been working on a new series of cakes for all you dessert lovers. Think Marshmallow Cheesecake, Durian Pengat Cake and the ever-popular Red Velvet Cheesecake.
And guess what? Sinpopo Brand now delivers its signature cakes right to your doorstep! READ ON
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Famous New York eatery Momofuku Ko—one of celebrated restaurateur David Chang’s successful business ventures—has appointed its new chef de cuisine and he is none other than 31-year-old Singaporean Max Ng.
It is important to note that this prestigious appointment is far, far away from an overnight success; Ng worked his way up and accumulated culinary experiences over the past decade.
The East of Singapore is where one will find plenty of hidden treasures. While there are many concept cafes out there, To-gather Cafe in Bedok (next to Fengshan Market) is one gem where you can unwind from work.
Walk into the cafe and you will notice that cursive writings of inspirational quotes and song lyrics fill up the walls in the most elegant manner. There is also a wall featuring post-it notes with messages and compliments penned down personally by customers.
Inspired by an all-time favourite childhood song “The More We Get Together”, the owners of To-gather cafe aims to create a homey ambience concept where people gather together over a good meal and artisan coffees. The cafe offers delectable signature dishes and the most flavourful desserts to end your meal with.
The best part? Most of the main courses are affordably priced under S$12. To-gather Cafe is one place where you can have a good meal without breaking the bank.
We all need that quick pick-me-up, especially when work days can be so draggy. If you happen to work around One-North, you are in luck because there is a cosy cafe there that serves pretty decent coffee!
Envy Coffee is a 5-minute walk away from One-North MRT station, nestled in the office district of Fusionopolis. Because of its convenient location, it can get rather busy during lunch hour but guess what? You can make reservations prior to your visit. Otherwise, you can simply order your beverage for takeaway.
Pablo—Osaka’s Famous Cheese Tart is opening in Bangkok this week. Its first outlet in Bangkok will be located at Siam Paragon and it will officially open on 27 October 2016.
Now, these Japanese cheese tarts have driven the world crazy, and it is only safe to say that Pablo is among the best. Their debut was more than 2 years ago, but till today, Pablo sees a steady queue at all their outlets in Japan.
Now that it is charting into Bangkok’s territory, we can only rejoice because we are now a step closer to getting our favourite Cheese Tarts.
As you take a stroll down Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo, you will be greeted with a plethora of snack stations, eateries and coveted sushi restaurants. There are a number of big names here, one to look out for is Sushi Zanmai—a popular choice among both locals and tourists.
Despite being a sushi chain, Sushi Zanmai is still commendable. The ingredients are extremely fresh and each sushi is intricately made by the team of expert sushi chefs behind the sushi counter. You can even catch the chefs in action up close if you manage to snag a sushi counter seat.
Sushi Zanmai’s sushi platters are well loved because they are considerably inexpensive for the amount and quality. Our tummies were certainly satisfied after gobbling them up. Here is why you need to visit Sushi Zanmai.
The capital city of Queensland – or what the locals call the Sunshine State – is a bustling city with pleasant weather all year round.
Not to be overshadowed by its glitzy neighbour Gold Coast, the city of Brisbane and its surrounding suburbs have much to offer for the adventurous, the foodies and the family.
In this post, we will share with you some of the highlights of Brisbane, and you have your usual Must-Sees, Must-Dos, and Must-Eats.
Chick Can Rotisserie is a new establishment which prides itself in whipping up Canadian-style Roasted Chicken and Poutine—it is one place to head to for comfort, rustic Western food.
Located along Amoy Street—just a 5-minute walk from Telok Ayer station—Chick Can is a cosy and wallet-friendly option for those who work in the Central Business District.
We were pleasantly surprised that all the items on the menu are below S$20, with the exception of the Half Chicken Meal (S$22+) which can easily feed three to four people. As if that is not enticing enough, you don’t have to pay for service charge at Chick Can Rotisserie too!
From now until 30 November 2016, our readers can quote “ladyironchef” to enjoy 40% off the second main course during dinner (6pm to 10pm). This promotion is valid for dine-in and takeaway.
It is hard to pass up on a good milkshake, and some of us are even willing to go to the ends of the earth just to have a sip of the better ones. After all, a milkshake is essentially having a dessert in a cup—it is creamy, it is sweet, and it is often pretty.
Over the years, milkshakes have evolved to be so much more than just your average vanilla, chocolate or strawberry flavours. Now, brands are shaking—literally—things up with more creative flavours such as Cookie Butter, Nutella and Salted Caramel.
If you are still scouring the face of Singapore for more great milkshakes, here is a guide to the 10 Best Places for Milkshakes In Singapore.
The world-famous Tsukiji Fish Market was previously scheduled to cease operations on 02 November 2016 and shift to a new home in Toyosu on 07 November 2016. However, Tsukiji Fish Market’s proposed relocating plan has come to a halt due to concerns over environmental issues and construction costs.
Japan’s newly elected Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike’s decision to postpone the move was beyond necessary. The 400,000-square-meter wide new venue used to be a gas plant, and reported traces of soil contamination have raised alarm bells.The uncertainty of Tsukiji Fish Market’s future location has led to plenty of repercussions, especially for the fish merchants.
It is no secret that food is serious business in the Land Down Under. The Aussies are blessed with top-notch fresh gourmet produce and a diverse range of ethnic cuisines; the natives take immense pride in ensuring their food and beverages are nothing but the best.
Avid foodies would fly all the way to Melbourne for the best coffee and cafe food, travel to Sydney for its hip and trendy restaurants. Noosa — a world-famous surfing spot — has a thriving food scene. Gold Coast has no lack of good food, too. Australia is indeed the go-to destination for indulgent epicureans. Here are 10 Restaurants In Australia You Must Visit At Least Once In Your Life.
Sotto Mare – the brainchild of chef Gigi Fiorucci – is one of San Francisco’s most popular restaurants. The casual dining establishment is so famous that it has been long regarded as a gourmet institution amongst San Franciscans.
The speciality seafood restaurant is notorious for its incredibly long queues but the wait clearly has not deterred avid foodies from returning.
The restaurant takes immense pride in serving the “best damn crab cioppino” and if you look around, you would soon realise that is exactly what everyone came for. For the uninitiated, the cioppino is a classic San Francisco seafood stew invented and subsequently popularised by the Italian fishermen who worked at Fisherman’s wharf in the 1930s.
It is an undeniable fact that food fads in Singapore come and go at a rapid pace. As with all fads, many do not survive the test of time and they die down quietly before you even notice it.
Remember when donuts were all the hype because Krispy Kreme came to Singapore? What about the time when rainbow cakes filled up your Instagram feed?
Hipster food aside, we are (still) fortunate enough to be in Singapore because Asian cuisines are permanent and that while trends come and go, we have these 6 Asian Cuisines That Are Ever Popular With Locals.
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Gudetama Cafe is opening in Singapore at Suntec City this November.
Fans of Sanrio’s lazy egg character will probably have heard of Gudetama Cafe in Osaka, as well as Gudetama Cafe by Izumi Curry and the dim sum pop-up restaurant at Dim Sum Icon in Hong Kong. We can finally look forward to Gudetama Cafe in Singapore!