Articles by: Jessica Chan

Chicken 'n' Watermelon 'n' Waffles (S$45) with honey hot sauce, chilled spiced watermelon, vermont sharp cheddar cheese waffle and bourbon maple syrup.

Review: The Bird Southern Table & Bar

The Bird Southern Table and Bar makes their mark in Singapore with their famous chicken and waffles, with a worthy list of bourbons for a great night out.

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Chocolate Cub Hazelnut Latte (S$9).

The Dark Gallery: A Dark Chocolate Lover’s Paradise

Discover your love for the bittersweet at The Dark Gallery, Singapore’s only dessert cafe focused on single origin dark chocolate desserts.

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Funnel Cake with banana, candied bacon, caramel and amaretto cream (S$12).

Review: Saturday Brunch at Crackerjack

A jack of all trades, Crackerjack introduces a lovely brunch menu filled with American influences. Bacon, funnel cakes, coffee and, of course, cocktails.

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Tajima “Le Pot-Au -Feu Grande Fete” Beef broth, for a special occasion by Chef Christoper Millar of Stellar at 1-Altitude.

Review: Six Hands Tajima Wagyu Cook-Off at Stellar at 1-Altitude

Chef Millar of Stellar at 1-Altitude brings to us a six-hands cook-off with Chef Florian of The Summmerhous and Chef Alejandro of Pastuso, Melbourne.

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Prawn Vermicelli: tiger prawn asparagus skewer and sakura ebi hae piah with braised rice vermicelli. Credit: Mitzo.

Review: Friends Of Mitzo Returns With Chef Petrina Loh Of Morsels

Cantonese cuisine, like no other. Chef Nicky Ng of Mitzo joins hands with Chef Petrina Loh of Morsels for a novel dinner series on 8 and 9 September 21017.

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Ozeki Amasake (190ml) (S$14) from Hyogo at 15.5% Abv. It is a traditional sake drink made from sake yeast, ginger and honey.

Review: Sumo Bar Happy

Sumo Bar Happy is, without question, my new favourite spot to grab a drink or a hearty Japanese meal with friends. Also, cute sake cups to be collected!

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Singapore Skyline

Three Amazing Restaurants With The Best Views In Singapore

Singapore may have been mercilessly tagged as a concrete jungle, but it sure does come with a mesmerizing evening skyline at these three restaurants.

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From left to right; Glenmorangie 18 Years Old (1990s Bottling), Glenmorangie 18 Years Old (Modern), The Glenlivet 12 Years Old (Modern) and The Glenlivet 12 Years Old (1970s Bottling). Prices range from S$40 to S$60, per flight of two expressions.

The Writing Club: An Enchanting Encounter With Whiskies Through Time

Join us as we explore the myriad beauty of whiskies at The Writing Club, where we compare bottles of the same age statement, now and then.

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Inspired by family luminary, Janet Sheed Roberts, House of Hazelwood is an elegantly exquisite whisky celebrating her vibrant life and energy. Three expressions are available, 18YO, 21YO and 25YO.

The Great Gatsby of Blended Whiskies, House of Hazelwood

Inspired by family luminary, Janet Sheed Roberts, House of Hazelwood is an elegantly exquisite whisky celebrating her vibrant life and energy.

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Wood-grilled chermoula chicken with lemon (S$15/leg).

Review: VENUE by Sebastian

Chef Sebastian Ng, formerly of Ember, returns with a casual refuge for food lovers stuck in the CBD; VENUE by Sebastian at OUE Downtown Gallery.

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