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I like how the crab roe gives that boost of texture to the egg white and fire up the dish with its vibrant colour and flavours.
Find out more at
Jiang Nan Chun (江南春)
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
Second Floor
190 Orchard Boulevard
Singapore 248646
Tel: +65 68317220
Nearest MRT: Orchard MRT (NS Line)

Opening Hours:
Daily: 1130am - 230pm, 6pm - 10pm

Pumpkin Spice Latte, replace half of the pumps of pumpkin spice sauce with white chocolate mocha sauce

Surprisingly good!

Think Beef Rendang Pasta, Pizza, Chinese sausage Pasta and pizza too! How about Korean Sweet Chilli Wings or Thai Crunch Salad that comes with wontons and rice sticks tossed in Thai peanut dressing and even Bahn Mi Bowl which comes with grilled chicken, watermelon radish, red cabbage, cucumber, carrot, bean sprouts, scallions and sesame seeds?!
If you like what u see, then head down to @cpksg and get ready to be blown away by their take on Asian twist!👌🏽
Thanks to @singaporefoodlisting for the invite and @cpksg for hosting us.

On an afternoon frolick in town? Visit this beverage stand (with an automated brewing machine!) housed in Paragon for the perfect afternoon recharge. Pick from a range of healthful raw manuka honey drinks, such as the refreshing Manuka Passion ($7.40), featuring citrusy passionfruit paired with sparkling water and manuka honey. Otherwise, the Iced Lavender Honey ($4.50) with honey jelly is a good alternative.
Photo by Burppler Pei Ling Tan

48 month aged Iberico ham was everything it lived up to be. Savory, fatty, melt in your mouth, I could easily finish a portion of this on my own. TIP: order the bread with tomatoes and have this together with the crispy bread, fresh and slightly acidic tomatoes and it’s enough to make you happy.

This paella was very flavorful but a little bit towards the salty spectrum of food and could do with a little less seasoning. The rice was really nicely cooked to an al dente texture but I was left yearning for more of the soccarat (the burnt bits at the bottom) which it didn’t have much of. The pork was tender but the mushrooms seemed to get lost in all the flavor of the paella.

This half suckling pig costs $140 and is served tableside, but order it earlier in your meal as it takes awhile to prepare. The server cut the pig up using a plate as it was very tender and didn’t need a knife but it seemed a little unnecessary to do that. The meat was super flavorful and had a good meat/fat ratio. Would’ve liked the skin to be crispier though as it didn’t have a super satisfying crack when biting into it.

Their churros are maybe one of the crunchiest I’ve ever had??? dusted in the classic cinnamon sugar coating accompanied with dulce de leche, chocolate sauce and tiramisu foam. My favorite was the tiramisu foam actually as the mixture of coffee and cocoa had a slight bitterness which helped to counteract the sweetness from sugar. The texture was abit too crunchy for my liking I feel and would prefer if there was more fluffiness for the interior.

Haven’t been yet as I don’t drink coffee, but will be back when they serve mint tea with couscous.

This was quite disappointing. The flavour was just not right, I expected more from Din Tai Fung! Feel that it’s quite hard to find nice prawn paste wings these days.