During my trip to Seoul, E suggested to try out 1 Michelin restaurant and I agreed. So, he went to do some research and decided on La Yeon for afternoon lunch. And this time round, he decided to give me a treat! Lucky me! I got to enjoy the meal for free courtesy of E. The restaurant is located on the 23rd floor of Shilla Seoul Hotel. Continue reading [KOREA EATS] My First Michelin Experience With La Yeon At Shilla Seoul Hotel
Housed at the corner of the bustling Odeon towers is Osaka One-Michelin-starred Japanese Restaurant Ginza Rokukakutei. The restaurant is within a walking distance from City Hall MRT station.
“Rokukaku” means six senses- the five senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch, and the sense of creating. Tei means torch, a word chosen by Chef Hideyuki Tanaka’s master in hopes that many people will gather around and be drawn to this torch. A well-known name amongst Japanese gourmands since 1980 and this is the restaurant’s very first overseas foray. Continue reading [SG EATS] Ginza Rokukakutei (六覺燈) At Odeon Towers
My last visit to The Song Of India was to check out their Valentine Menu and fast forward it’s Diwali Celebration! In less than 3 weeks, we are going to celebrate Happy Deepavali. Chef Mural has specially designed this Asian-inspired Deepavali Menu for this year. The special menu is available from 18 October – 22 October 2017 and is priced at S$79.00++. The menu is also available in vegetarian version. Continue reading [SG EATS] Diwali Celebration with The Song of India- Deepavali Menu 2017
During my trip to Tokyo, E suggested that we should celebrate our Christmas Eve dinner at en ( 蓮 ). So, he went ahead to make reservation few months before our trip with the help of the hotel we booked. The hotel will be gladly obliged to help hotel guests to make reservations. Continue reading [JAPAN EATS] Ren ( 蓮 ) – Kaiseki in Tokyo By Michelin-three-starred Chef Kagurazaka Ishikawa
Tsuta, world’s first Michelin-starred Ramen in Sugamo, Japan will be opening this Sunday (6 November 2016) at Pacific Plaza, Orchard. So, no need to travel to Japan to savour the award-winning taste of Tsuta right here in Singapore. Continue reading [SG EATS] TSUTA – MICHELIN-STARRED RAMEN OPENS IN SINGAPORE
Candlenut opens at COMO Dempsey on 1 November 2016. It is the first of four dining establishments to open at COMO Dempsey. Housed in a 4,262-sq ft restaurant, it has an expanded seating capacity of 92, including an eight-seat private room perfect for intimate dinners or casual business lunches, and an al fresco dining area which seats 20. Candlenut, the world’s first Michelin-star Peranakan restaurant by chef Malcolm Lee sets to indulge diners with more than 40 appetisers, mains and desserts from the a la carte menu for lunch and dinner.
What to expect from this new place?
Candlenut continues to serve up contemporary Peranakan cuisine that preserves the essence and complexities of traditional food with astute twists that lift the often rich dishes to a different level.
Favourites from Candlenut’s signature Peranakan Ah-ma-kase dinner tasting menu- Red Lion Snapper Fillet with Black Green Mango and Ginger Flower and the King Tiger Prawn with fresh chilli sambal and charred garlic chives are now available on the a la carte menu.
Prices range from S$12.00 for Homemade Kueh Pie Tee to S$36.00 for Buah Keluak Wagyu Beef Short Ribs.
There are 10-course tasting menu for dinner at S$78.00 as well.
About COMO Dempsey
COMO Dempse is a lifestyle destination that nurtures and cultivates creativity in fashion, food , directional design and new concepts. It integrates world-renowned retail concept store Dover Street Market, The Dempsey Cookhouse & Bar, a relaxed but refined restaurant and bar by acclaimed Michelin chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Japanese restaurant Ippoh Tempura Bar and COMO cuisine, a new restaurant concept that offers signature cuisines from COMO Hotels and Resorts properties around the world.
Address: Block 17A Dempsey Road
Tel: 1800 3042 288
Monday – Sunday | 12:00PM – 2:30PM
Sunday- Thursday | 6:00PM – 9:00PM
Friday, Saturday, Eve of Public Holidays and Public Holidays | 6:00PM – 10:30PM