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NEW DISH: Cuttlefish Tagliolini Halfway through dinner, Head Chef Jordi came by our table to let us have a sneak peek and taste of a new dish he’s launching this coming week at FOC Restaurant on Hongkong Street. What looks like noodles is actually cuttlefish cut into strips, and having been charcoal-grilled in the Josper, waft with a really lovely smokiness. Like a supermodel in the VVIP section of a club, they lounge oh-so-casually on a bed of green pea hummus that I actually found enjoyable despite not being a fan of peas by nature.
Veronica
7w
Fantastic Grilled Iberico Pork Ribs ($36++) No photo can do this enough justice. But if you are like me and adore pork, you need to get yourself a platter of the Grilled Iberico Pork Ribs at FOC. The meat-on-bone is charcoal-grilled in the Josper, so a crazy beautiful smokiness envelopes the incredibly juicy, tender and very flavourful pork. Not that you need anything else because that’s heaven right there but the smoked pumpkin purée it comes with, is spot-on too. Each order of the ribs is hefty, so unless you are a protein fiend, I reckon it is more ideal for sharing. Six of us were able to take a small portion each last night but we did order many other items as well.
Veronica
7w
Spanish Style French Toast ($12++) Far from your typical French Toast, FOC does theirs with a Spanish flair. The fat puffy oblongs are pumped full of custard and fried to a gorgeous golden-brown. They are then coated in fine sugar and cinnamon powder before being served with housemade vanilla bean ice-cream. This is the kind of dessert that makes you think “oh, that’s too much” when you read about it in the menu but the moment you take a bite of it, something magical happens and in a matter of moments, you’ll find yourself staring at an empty plate.
Veronica
7w
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Lady Wu, a new modern Asian rooftop bar that has just opened their doors in Singapore this month. Chill with your friends over some drinks and bar bites with a bilingual Mandarin and English live music and panoramic view of Singapore's Central Business District. Get the private karaoke room for a big party up to 20 pax and belt out the tunes. I also like their LED menu, perfect when the night falls! The name suggests, Lady Wu, is inspired by Empress Wu Zetian China’s Only Female Ruler. So yay! Ladies get to enjoy special privileges like 1 for 1 drinks from Monday to Friday, 5PM to 8PM. Gentlemen don't be disappointed, you also get to enjoy 1 for 1 oyster every Monday! Featuring Rich and creamy salted egg sauce coated thickly over fried chicken wings. There are some chopped chilli padi thrown in adding a little spicy kick to this dish. . Salted egg wings at S$12. Cocktail starting from S$15. . Read on foodgem.sg/food/chinese/lady-wu . Where to dine? Lady Wu Attic Level, 11 N Canal Rd, The Offshore Building, 048824
Rachel
5w
@ladywu.sg is a Modern Asian Rooftop Bar located at Boat Quay. Where diners can dine and drink while enjoy Live Music with a panoramic view of Singapore’s Central Business District. Feature :. ❣️Lady Wu’s Signature Lobster Fried Rice. (my fav) garlic fried rice very fragrant served with fresh chunk of Maine Lobster. 💰$22. ❣️Pork Dumpling. Juicy Mince Pork wrapped in tortellini, tossed in homemade red oil and vinegar.. 💰$10. ❣️Kung Po Chicken. Classic Sichuan stir fried chicken with dried chili and Sichuan peppercorns. 💰$12. . Currently @ladywu.sg have promo for : ❣️ Oyster Monday 1 for 1.. ❣️Happy hour Monday to Friday from 5-8 pm. ❣️And for ladies to enjoy 1 for 1 drinks for Monday to Friday 5-8 pm for selected wines and spirits. 📍Lady Wu. Attic Level, 11 North Canal Rd, The Offshore Building.
Cecil
6w
| T A S T I N G | | ~ $20-30 per pax | ... ... ... Finding a place to go tonight or over the weekend?👯‍♀️ check out @ladywu.sg in the heart of Singapore river area✨ taking over the previous mad man attic, @ladywu.sg is founded by the people behind @tipsypenguinsg, themed after the famous Wu Zhe Tian, First Empress of China😍 the place is soaked with indie vibes with daily live bands from all around Asia as well as a paranoma view of the CBD🏙🌆 they served speciality cocktails 🍹 and Asian-inspired tapas created by their in-house chef ( whom previously worked from Les Amis) 😎 the location is slightly difficult to find, it’s on top of the offshore building : entrance is through an alley next to it! But such a secluded entrance is what makes this place off-the-beaten track and a hidden gem of Clarke quay🙃👍 Thanks @singapore.eats and @ladywu.sg for the invite!!! Looking forward to their future new concepts around Singapore soon hehe😉 check out my instastory for more detailed insights (or find them in my tasting highlight🤩) ... ... ... #burrple #instagood #eater #foodgramsg #foodreview #foodsg #igsgfood #singaporeeats #foodinsing #nomninjas #straitstimesfood #instafood_sg #foodtasting #foodblogger #foodie #sgeats #singaporefood #asianfusion #sgcafes #zipkick #foodforfoodies #topfoodnews #singaporeinsiders #ladywu #bestfoodfeed #timeout #sgcafes #foodstory #sgbars #nightlife #rooftopbar
Iris
1w
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From now till 31 May 2019, Crossroads Bar’s is offering us a ‘Spring in Tokyo’ Afternoon Tea experience which uses the finest seasonal ingredients to create exquisite delish creations. . SAVOURIES Unagi Kabayaki Open Face Sandwich, Truffle Sōmen Noodles with Scallop, Ikura and Fried Shrimp Sandwich with Wasabi Tartare, The Buta no Kakuni (Japanese Braised Pork Belly) and Black Pepper Cod Teriyaki . SWEET TREATS Japanese Sponge Cake, Black Sesame Tiramisu, Japanese Matcha “Swiss Roll”, Strawberry Éclair and Green Tea Panna Cotta . I always love afternoon tea. It is so chill and enjoy the afternoon with tantalising savouries and fine delicate confections. My favourites are the Unagi Kabayaki Open Face Sandwich, Truffle Sōmen Noodles with Scallop and Black Sesame Tiramisu. The Unagi is rich and flavourful. The scallop is fresh and succulent. I like the fragrant black Sesame tiramisu. So unique! ============================== CROSSROADS BAR S$42++ per person (Minimum of 2 diners per order) 📍20 MERCHANT ROAD 📍SINGAPORE 058281 📞+65 6239 1847/1848 🕛3pm to 5pm =============================== Thank you @swissotelmerchantcourt @jennifer_yeo for hosting the wonderful afternoon tea! Great meet up with @365days2play =============================== [Hosted] #singapore #burpple #swissotelmerchantcourt
Eat
4w
Besides shopping at the town, afternoon tea is always a good idea to catch up with friends over a range of elegant Japanese-style sweet and savoury bites. Also served with a choice of Freshly Brewed Coffee or TWG Tea. . Savouries 😋😋 Unagi Kabayaki Open Face Sandwich Truffle Somen Noodles with Scallop and Ikura Buta no Kakuni, Japanese Braised Pork Belly Fried Shrimp Sandwich with Wasabi Tartare Black Pepper Cod Teriyaki . Sweet Treats 😋 Japanese Sponge Cake Black Sesame Tiramisu Green Tea Panna Cotta Japanese-style Matcha Swiss Roll Strawberry Eclairs . ‘Spring in Tokyo’ Afternoon Tea is available at Crossroads Bar daily from 3pm to 5pm and is priced at S$42++ per person. (minimum two diners per order) . Where to dine? Crossroads Bar at Swissotel Merchant Court 20 Merchant Rd, Singapore 178882 For enquiries and reservations, please call 6239 1847/1848 or email [email protected]
Rachel
6w
English High Tea Set At $38/person (minimum two to dine), you will get to experience a classic afternoon tea. The set came with buttermilk raisin and plain scones served with jam and clotted cream, an assortment of sandwiches and French desserts. Sad to say, it was an utter disappointment. The scones were dense and hard, and the sandwiches were plain and average. The only thing worth it were the sweets and choice of TWG tea (Bourbon Vanilla my choice pick).
Jessica
13w
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