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New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Singapore: October 2019
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New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Singapore: October 2019
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New on Beyond: October 2019
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Singapore's Best Nasi Lemak
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Singapore's Best Nasi Lemak
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Yummy yum yum, nothing can go wrong with ah chew desserts. The serving portion is good, reasonably priced and satisfies my craving for ice cold desserts. Definitely recommend this who are a mango lover.

Generous serving of nachos with medium serving of guacamole. Delicious quesadillas which was really tasty and flavourful. A very peaceful place to dine at, albeit the casualness of the place. Hidden gem in a quiet area, away from Novena station. Definitely recommend.

Priced at $9.80, felt it was a tad bit expensive for the portion. Cant be compared to the authentic one in Taiwan but i guess this is good enough if you have cravings. Not too salty and good portions of fatty meat.

Honestly not a fan of the much raved nasi lemak dish here. I felt that the chicken lacked flavour. It could be more flavourful. Ordered the breast meat which is my usual part of a chicken. The rice could also be more fragrant with more lemak and pandan flavour but it lack of that.

M E D I A P R E V I E W
Opening on 21st October to the public, VUE is the new bar and restaurant that sprawls across the penthouse level of OUE Bayfront, and its name couldn’t be more apt. Because, once you exit the lift on the top floor and pass through the dark passage, your jaw will surely drop at the view before you, and pretty much stay dropped as you take in the entire VUE within and without.
General Manager Benedict Tan is warm and friendly, and because he played a major role in the set-up of VUE, deeply knowledgeable, so you can ask him anything you like. Executive Chef Sam Chin hails from Penang and he has come up with a menu that doesn’t attempt to be gimmicky or complicated, focusing instead on executing the usual beloved suspects very well. The beverage menu is masterminded by Head Sommelier of OUE Restaurants Joel Lim who happens to be the 2018 Southeast Asia, Taiwan and Singapore Sommelier Champion. Together, they and the team strive to ensure every visitor’s evening at VUE is one to remember, just like they did for us.
We began with spritz cocktails (it is their speciality) and complimentary canapés at the bar before being led on a tour of the premises by Ben. When he showed us the private dining room which seats a maximum of 12 and has a minimum spend of $800 for lunch and $1,600 for dinner, I immediately thought what an ideal spot it would be for business lunches and intimate meals with those you hold dear.
We then proceeded to the main dining room where dinner was served. After the housemade breads came fresh La Friandise oysters from France and an excellent charcuterie platter. A zingy ceviche of halibut from Kyushu and Hokkaido scallops was next before the main event of binchotan-grilled Emperor A5 Wagyu. The exquisitely fatty steak was accompanied by a few solidly done sides.
Dinner finished with chestnut ice-cream and mousse in a cocoa nib tuille, with fresh and freeze-fried raspberries and grated truffle.
We also enjoyed all the wines selected by Joel throughout the meal.
A surprise element of the night was the elegant light show on the extremely high, curved ceiling of the dining room. Scheduled to take place at 8.59pm every night, it is a prelude to MBS’ laser light show that’s also visible from every seat at VUE.

Have personally tried Orange Tea from Nayuki, Heytea and more. Got around to trying Orange Green Tea from Tian Ren Tea, what is interesting is that is tasted of freshly pulp orange juice plus green tea while the rest tasted more of orange syrup with fresh orange slices and tea.

However, it didn't taste as refreshing or bright as the other places.

Service is very meh. They don't seem interested to get business. (313 outlet)

Where is your favourite bbt shop?

This was my fav dish for our meal there! Stuffed with creamy mushroom, cheese, red pepper and ham. The toast was crisp, and I may be biased to this dish bc I love toast! The mushrooms were nice.

Expected more from this bc the reviews for this was not bad, but it wasn’t anything to shout about. The prawns weren’t overcooked, and the sauce was very savoury, but I felt that it was a little too salty as the meal progressed. The bread was strange to be honest, but it was okay when dipped in the sauce.