Do you know that the soup broth in Men-ichi is brewed for over 14 hours to give its thick flavour? They use 100% home-made noodles created with their very own special recipe. In Men-Ichi, the storefront mimics a typical ramen outlet in Japan, and there are no frills in their ambience within. You won't usually spot a long queue, but there may be undesirable seats such as the one next to the bar counter. Find out how to get extra noodles for free at the end of the post.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Monday, September 1, 2014
During the times when the Chinese were under dynasty rule, the food inn was a popular pit-stop for travellers to rest and replenish their energy. Dian Xiao Er is a modern-day food inn that humbly offers a place of excellent service and indulgence in traditional Chinese cuisine. Sadly, our appetite has limited room for good food. To help you make the best of your meal, here are 6 Recommended dishes for you to try at Dian Xiao Er.
Thursday, August 28, 2014
How is baked chicken any different from fried chicken? You may want to satisfy your curiosity, I mean, appetite, at Koryo's Korean Baked Chicken Hof. Koryo is the first to bring the concept of baked chicken to Singapore, riding on the 'chicken and bear' combo made famous by the Korean drama, "My Love from the Star". Chimek (i.e: Chicken and beer in Korean) is perceived to be a winning recipe in places like Korea and China. But Koryo has something more to offer.
|Storefront of Koryo Korean Baked Chicken|
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
How many ways are there to brew a coffee? There is no easy answer because the most delightful cup of coffee lies in the complexity of proper roasting, grinding and brewing. Mr Tan Tiong Ho, who founded Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee in the 1960s, is now part of the 'third wave coffee movement' in Singapore. His beans are known for producing gourmet coffee and the shop retails equipment to traditional coffee shops and cafes. The humble shop is now a favourite abode for coffee aficionados, and you will be pleased to know that you can easily view the entirely transparent process of one of the most superb brews on the island.
|Vintage Test Roaster|
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
There is something mystical about Lloyd's Inn for you to discover yourself — it isn't just a place for a short getaway, the entire concept seems to refresh the weary soul, seeing how tranquil it is. If you're looking for a place where you can chill and relax (chillax ;D), you'd probably look no further. Lloyd's Inn recently reopened its doors in June with a completely brand new concept — minimalist, chic and fresh.
I had the privilege of enjoying a night's stay with them, and I am convinced that you too will be intrigued by the experience they offer. Here are 12 Reasons why Singaporeans would love a STAYCATION at Lloyd's Inn:
|Credits: Lloyd's Inn|