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Dinner With Drinks

Dinner With Drinks

Featuring WANTON Seng's Noodle Bar, KPO Café Bar, Bliss Restaurant, Harry's (Clarke Quay), MOCA Museum of Contemporary Arts (MOCA)
Alainlicious Eats
Alainlicious Eats

Chose the busiest hour to visit Wanton for lunch on their official opening day. Sat by the bar and caught all the actions in the open kitchen (rather messy and tad disorganized), but it's probably one of those newly opened jitters, totally understandable.

Waited about 15 minutes in total for my noodles to be served (that include my orders being taken). The noodles saved the day as it was cooked springy, with tender charsiew and add-on 5 minute egg were on point. The other highlights were the crispy lard and their house shiok chilli a must try.

Will I pay $5.50+ again for Seng's bowl of Wanton Noodles (U.P. $7 Roasted Pork Belly)? Yes I probably would.


Chicken skin crackling pairs well with a pint of ice cold beer. Though the food might need some work, the prices are very affordable (no service charge) and the bistro boasts a relaxed ambience to chill out with peers or loved ones.

If you like dining in the dark, the alfresco area will be a good option. However, I think that increasing the brightness will be preferred, as I still need to take pictures.

Here's a sneak preview of the lightly seared Scampi tail paired with toasted buckwheat and garden cucumber, a winning dish that I enjoyed the most during the dinner preview.

Once again, congratulations to the winner @rachelxie and thank you in advance for spending an Evening in Paris with Stephanie Le Quellec tonight.


A highlight photo of Chef Le Quellec and Chef Jesse striking a pose for the media while cooking up our desserts. More exclusive behind-the-scenes from last night's dinner preview can be found on my blog post.

All presentations will be hosted at MoCA museum of contemporary arts from 4 to 6 June 2015. Full details on


Indulging in my first-ever transcontinental dinner preview at Epicurean Journeys by The Luxury Collection. Featuring master chef Jesse Llapitan's Tuna Tartare on a crispy wanton skin and dressed with The Palace's Original Green Goddess sauce.

If you're looking for an exclusive and exquisite treat (4 to 6 June) for your special one, tickets for the Pop-up Chefs Dinner Series are still available at the following website at


The long weekend calls for another giveaway, all thanks to the generosity of The Luxury Collection.

Here’s a chance for you to walk away with a pair of complimentary dinner passes to go on An Enriching Discovery of Californian Tastes by Chef Jesse Llapitan on Saturday, 6th June, 7.30pm at MoCA Museum of Contemporary Arts.

Simply tell us (comment on my Instagram post) which dish by Chef Jesse Llapitan you’d most like to try and why! Tag 5 friends to double your chances and the most creative answer wins the contest which closes by Monday 1 June 2015, 2000 hours.

Name of the dishes by Chef Jesse Llapitan can be found on or via my blog post. Good luck everyone!


I thought I'd start the weekend early with something exciting: An exclusive dinner giveaway with a pair of passes to spend An Evening in Paris with 1 Michelin Star Chef Stephanie Le Quellec on next Thursday, 4th June, 7.30pm at MoCA Museum of Contemporary Arts Singapore.

Simply tell us which dish by Chef Le Quellec you’d most like to try and why! Tag 5 friends to double your chances and the most creative answer will walk away with an Epicurean Journey worth over $500.

Contest closes on Saturday, 30 May 2015, 2359hrs. Tip: Read my blog post to find out what's cooking on Chef Le Quellec's menu. Alternatively, bookings and more details can be found on

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Looking for an ultimate & exquisite dinner destination to impress your special one? Come 4-6 June 2015, Singapore will be a 3-day home to some of the World's finest dining establishments presented by The Luxury Collection.

For a limited time, enjoy Epicurean Journeys with world-renowned chefs like Manjit Gill of India, Jesse Llapitan of the United States and Stéphanie Le Quellec of Paris who was awarded a Michelin star in 2014 for La Scène restaurant of Prince de Galle.

This exclusive pop-up chefs dinner series ($248++ per head with wine pairing) will be your evening guide to a gastronomic fantasy, without the need of booking a flight ticket. Booking and full details can be found at

Featured Dish: Chef Le Quellec's signature FARM EGG. PS: I'll be offering a pair of tickets to relish the culinary artistry of the chefs at Singapore's MoCA @ Loewen. Stay tuned for more news & updates.


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