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Chilli Crab Potato Skin ($18) Chilli crab potato skin with a great sunset view 😋☺️ imagine eating huge soft potato wedges with generous servings of chilli crab. food here was great with great vibes
Arbora! @sgfooduncle Hilltop dining on top of Mount Faber with awesome views overlooking sentosa! Ambience was so good that the food doesn't matter anymore, jk! Slow cooked Braised Beef cheek is a must try, never would you find another restaurant that do it better. For people who doesn't take beef, their seafood mixed for 2 is really nice too, with a mix varieties of lobster, cod fish, squid, salmon, scallops, prawns and swordfish. Cooked and served in lobster bisque, MUST TRY! Diner get to enjoy a romantic return ride on top of Singapore highest cable car to sentosa for use $5. Enjoy the view of Singapore CBD and Sentosa with your love ones after dinner. 😘 Verdict: Food 9/10 Ambience 10/10 Location 4/10 Price 5/10 Service 10/10 OVERALL 7.5/10
Good Food, Good Service Recovery Had a delicious meal at Arbora perched on top of Mount Faber; they had a Mothers' Day promotion of a complimentary main course for mum with every 3 main courses ordered - perfect for our family of 4. They have both an outdoor (al fresco) & indoor (air-conditioned) area for dining; we opted for indoors because we are a sweaty family 😂 Our lunch was delicious & served fairly quickly; I was impressed. We had the Herb Roasted Half Chicken ($21++), Barramundi ($29++), Creamy Carbonara ($21++), Lobster Napoli ($28++), & Chempedak Bread & Butter ($13++). My favourites were the pastas; I felt they were delicious & of a good portion. Also pleased with the dessert as it is fairly unique & also tasty. Unfortunately there was a bit of a miscommunication at the end of our meal when we called for the bill (which took a while to settle) - nothing too dramatic, no tables were flipped. It was solved amicably after I gave my honest feedback. I was going to write this positive review anyway because this place deserves it; good food, sweet view, nice ambience & friendly service. But I must say that I am also impressed with their service recovery & sincerity. Special thanks to William who took the effort to call me even after I left with an explanation. I really appreciate it. If you intend to dine here in the month of May, make your reservation on Chope & use the code CD5AB to get 300 extra Chope$. Don't say bojio 😎 If you drive, they have complimentary valet service if you spend $60 on food, which is an added bonus. 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats available ☀ Al fresco seats available 🖥 Accepts reservations - I used Chope
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[Alley on 25] - Alley on 25 at Andaz Singapore launches a locally inspired, picnic themed afternoon tea set perfect for a leisurely weekday afternoon. Available from Monday to Friday, 3pm to 5pm, and priced at just $38++ per pax for the Andaz Afternoon Tea Picnic, diners can experience the joys of picnicking with a selection of sweet and savoury treats packed in a whimsical picnic basket, all while taking in the gorgeous Singapore skyline views on the 25th floor. . Find out more at . Alley on 25 Andaz Singapore Level 25 5 Fraser Street Singapore 189354 Tel: +65 64081288 Nearest MRT: Bugis (DT Line, EW Line)
Just Launched - Popsicles In New Flavours! The moment I saw Chef Fiona Ting post about the new popsicles she had created for Andaz Singapore, I was dying to have them. As luck would have it, I had received an invitation to try the new Mala dishes at “Auntie’s Wok & Steam” which is part of the same hotel too. So yes, dessert was pretty much sorted and it couldn’t be more perfect as they helped me to cool down after all the spiciness. I thought both popsicles were really good in their own way. The Pulut Hitam flavour, inspired by our local dessert of black glutinous rice, is the slightly heavier one. What I think is particularly clever is the touch of salt in the coconut ice-cream within. Its savouriness pairs deliciously with the layer of sweetish, slightly chewy pulut hitam and gula melaka. Chef Fiona shared that the chocolate used to create the crisp shell coating was chosen because it tastes a little like coconut. Wow - talk about paying attention to the details. Served with honeycomb from Iran, the Honey Passionfruit flavoured popsicle has osmanthus as well as a layer of compressed pineapple within the passionfruit ice-cream. If you find yourself yearning for something sweet, tart and fruity, this would be the ideal choice.
Pandan Mousse Cake - A Level Up From The Usual Fiona Ting who is a fellow Burppler, works as a Pastry Chef at Andaz Singapore and being the very generous soul that she is, insisted on treating Gail and I to some desserts after we had finished our dinner at “Auntie’s Wok & Steam” (we were there for an invited tasting of their new Mala menu). This Pandan Mousse Cake was one of those. It had been recommended to Gail by a friend of hers who said it’s the best pandan cake she has eaten, so naturally, we had to give it a try. We shared the medium size version and enjoyed it very much. Coated in a thin gelatin layer, the core of chiffon cake was surrounded by an airy-light mousse, so every bite was multi-textural and infused through and through with the perfume of pandan. There are a total of four flavour options for the Pandan Mousse Cake. We had the Original but you can choose to have it in Chocolate, Coconut or Bandung (a traditional concoction of rose syrup and evaporated milk).
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