Seafood Buffet- Spice Brasserie- PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road
I love going to a buffet feast, whether it is with my family or friends. The idea of feasting together while enjoying each others company is heartwarming and memorable.
As a seafood fanatic, a buffet that caters an array selection of seafood has a special place in my heart, it is the only buffet station that I revisit often.
The good news is Spice Brasserie situated in PARKROYAL on Kitchener road offers a wide plethora of food choices, ranging from international to local cuisines. With “oh crab, it’s back” seafood buffet. Be sure to enjoy the freshest catches that include Singapore’s ever-popular flavored crab dishes, scallops, slipper lobsters, seabass, prawns and so much more.
Chilli crab- Spice Brasserie- PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road
The buffet lunch selection caters unlimited servings of restaurant signatures which consist of stir-fried slipper lobsters with black bean sauce and my personal favourite the classic Chilli Crab with Mantou, the plump and soft crab meat coupled with the impeccable fragrant and savory sauce. It is a dish not to be missed.
Salted Egg Crab, Oatmeal Prawns with Curry Leaves- Spice Brasserie- PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road
If the lunch buffet is not sufficient for you. Do check out their expanded dinner selection serving a feast for crab lovers with fiery black pepper crab and the creamiest yet not overpowering salted egg crab. Not to forget the irresistibly tasty Oatmeal Prawns with Curry Leaves. Overall a pleasant dish to pair with other seafood dishes.
“Oh crab, it’s back” seafood buffet is available for lunch on Saturday and Sunday while dinner on Friday to Sundays, from Friday 17 May until Friday, 16 August 2019. At S$48 per adults and S$24 per child for lunch on Saturday and Sunday and S$58 per adult, S$29 per child for dinner on Fridays to Sundays.
Salted Egg CrabDurian Pengat- Spice Brasserie- PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road
Remember to round up your meal with the assortment of desserts such as Durian Pengat with sticky rice, Pulut Hitam and Dark Chocolate Truffle. Be sure to share your dining experience on your social media platforms by tagging @ParkRoyalAtKitchener, #ShareYourMoments and #OhCrabItsBack.
Terminal M – First halal certified multi-concept gourmet food hall at Changi Airport Terminal 3
Finding a halal certified Korean, Japanese and Chinese cuisine can be challenging. What if I told you it is achievable all under one roof?
Introducing Terminal M, the first halal multi-concept gourmet food hall is situated in Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 3. With prices starting as low as S$3.50 and no service charge included be prepared to feast the best of halal-certified Korean, Japanese and Chinese food brands by Ministry of Food (MOF)
Without further ado, here are my top 3 recommendations from Terminal M.
1. Cafe Papa – Dosirak
Dosirak – CafePapa – Terminal M
Keen to try the mental bento box typically seen on Korean drama? Thanks to Cafe Papa, enjoy the classic Dosirak (S$10.90) which includes a generous portion of well marinated and tender chicken or beef pieces, a beautiful sunny-side-up and crunchy fragrant seaweed laying on a bed of warm rice. The perfect and wholesome meal in a box. Be sure to shake the box before digging into it.
2. Cafe Papa- Korean fried chicken platter
Fried Chicken Platter with Cheese Dip – CafePapa – Terminal M
Coming as a group? A box of Dosirak is not enough? Fret not. Opt for the Korean fried chicken platter (from S$16.90) Perfect for 4. Indulge in the crispy well-seasoned shoes string fries, criss cut fries, chewy fried Korean rice cakes and not forgetting the crispy succulent chicken pieces that are generously slathered in unique in-house Korean sauce. Definitely, a treat not to be missed.
3. Yu Long Quan – 6 in 1 chicken xiaolongbao
6-in-1 Chicken Dumpling – Yu Long Quan – Terminal M
Saving the most unique and quirky dish for the last. The 6 in 1 chicken xiaolongbao (S$13.00) encapsulate the unique and local taste of Singapore, expect to taste 6 various local infused salted egg yolk, chilli crab, black pepper crab, Teochew herb and spices & laksa xiaolongbaos. Each pouch of goodness possesses iconic flavour profile of Singaporeans. A wonderful dish for tourists to explore our local flavour.
Apart from the delicious cuisines, Terminal M offers fast and fuss-free ordering system perfect for working adults who are looking for a quick lunch. Also, the sleek and sophisticated interior and the aviation theme are some of the highlights in the food hall.
Overall an idyllic place to dine premium at an affordable price! Experience it yourself at #B2-32 Changi Airport Terminal 3.
The highly anticipated Jewel Changi Airport officially opens on 17 April 2019. The beautiful and glittery mall features the HSBC Rain Vortex, Canopy Park, Shiseido Forest Valley and many more and is also home to more than 280 shops and food and beverage (F&B) outlets!
Overwhelming amount of food choices, not sure what to pick? Not to worry, here are the top 10 must-visit restaurants in Jewel Changi Airport.
1. Kam Roast
Kam Roast a Hong Kong’s Michelin-starred restaurant is opening Singapore’s second outlet in Jewel Changi Airport!
Kam’s roast Signature Roast duck the classic favourite amongst the restaurant’s guest is a must try. Roasted Cantonese style, the meat is marinated with Kam’s roast time-honoured secret blend. Exclusive in Jewel Changi, the roast duck is available in a travel gift pack ($60+) an Ideal souvenir gift for family and loved ones! I personally adore the Iberico Char Siu. The Char siew has an enticing ratio of lean meat and fat, well seasoned and I love the delightful crunch from the charred bits.
Tim Ho Wan has marked its presence in Jewel Changi. For the first time, the brand is opening a restaurant in an airport setting. Available exclusively at Jewel Changi, customers will get to enjoy an authentic and heartening bowl of Hong Kong Wonton Mee. The dish features noodles specially flown in from Hong Kong. The Wonton is handmade daily, and the silky exterior houses a generous filling of pork and prawn.
For Indonesian cuisine lovers, Sama Sama by Tok-Tok brings you homely authentic Indonesian comfort food. Anticipate an array of delicious Indonesian cuisines with authenticity rich cultural heritage.
Fun fact: Sama Sama means “you’re welcome” in the Indonesian language which is an expression of appreciation, a customary response of gratitude.
Sama Sama by Tok Tok welcomes all guests to enjoy the best of Indonesia in its modern, cosy yet modern setting. Immerse yourself in a gourmet dining experience. Personally, I prefer the Kakap Merah Bakar Jimbaran ($39++) boasts the freshest catch of a whole red snapper grilled in Jimbaran-Bali style with traditional house-made Balinese Shrimp paste and Javanese sweet soy sauce. Be sure to dip the fish in the various Sambal sauces for that extra spicy kick.
Rejoice Chill Crab lovers! JUMBO seafood will be opening its sixth local outlet in the brand new Jewel Changi Airport. Expect the classic signature dishes such as JUMBO’s Award-winning Chili Crab and Live Prawns Fried with Cereal. If you are someone like me that prefers a fuss-free way of enjoying Chilli Crab, opt for the Chilli crab meat sauce with sliced fried ‘mantou’ ($16.80 per portion) presented in a bite-sized portion. Ideal to satisfy your crab cravings with a fuss-free quick fix.
Tonito brings comfort Latin American favourites from places like Mexico, Peru, Cuba and Argentina for everyone, any time of the week. The menu offers a wide selection of Mexican tacos and quesadillas. The family-friendly haven for quick, hearty meals and laid-back bozzy treats anytime of the week.
Have a sudden Otah craving? Fret not. Lee Wee & Brothers announced the launch of its brand-new concept called O’TAH, situated at Jewel Changi Airport’s food hall. It opens 24/7! Catering to the diverse palates of those who crave something innovative yet steeped in tradition. Expect innovative items such as Pink Salmon Otah ($26.40/box of 12), Scallop Otah ($26.40/box of 12), Cream Cheese & Corn Otah ($26.40/box of 12), and Petai & Anchovy Otah ($20.40/box of 12)
The Ben’s burger ($11.90) is an excellent creation showcasing mackerel fish patty, tomato, purple cabbage, caramelised onion and sunny side up, all sandwiched between fluffy charcoal buns.
YUN NANS (云海肴) is choosing Singapore as the place to open its first store in 10 years.
The flagship outlet will be located in the new Jewel Changi Airport. The restaurant specialises in highland cuisine, there are seven tropical belts in Yunnan. The highest measures 6,000 metres above sea level. Free from pollution, the natural terrain teems with wild porcini, wild black truffle, wheat pumpkin (green pumpkin).
YUN NANS’s signature dish is the Steamed Pot Chicken Soup. The main ingredient consists of a special breed of black feet chickens and is brewed using a unique technique that does not require a single drop of water. Instead, the chicken is pressure-steamed for three hours. The soup is delicate, and robust in flavour. At the new YUN NANS outlet, the Yunnan Rice Noodles in Prawn Broth with Black Truffle is exclusively available in Singapore.
A concept by Singapore-based restaurant chain Paradise Group, Paradise Classic focuses on Nanyang-style cuisines. These dishes have been greatly influenced by the availability of local ingredients and spices.
Signature dishes here include the Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Seafood Broth Seafood Pot (S$69.80). The seafood broth is boiled for more than six hours and filled with treasures of the sea including crabs, prawns and squid. Each mouthful of soup envelopes the palate and refresh the senses. Not to forget, the French Bean with Preserved Turnip and Dried Sakura Ebi ($16.80). A dish with various textures, crisp and crunchy, this is a dish that will please everyone on the table.
Beauty In The Pot is the only hotpot restaurant in Changi Airport. A concept by Singapore based restaurant chain Paradise Group, long queue are a common sight come dinnertime.
Inspired by “JEWEL” and the glamour of air travel. It exhibits art disco style, symbolising luxury, glamour, with pastel tiffany blue and brass dominating the colour scheme, the restaurant is set in a jewel box with gracious lines and gorgeous furnishing. Beauty in a pot serves six different nourishing soup bases that promise rich flavours and nutritional benefits. Diners can choose between a single pot, twin pot or a quart pot.
The signature Beauty Collagen Broth is my personal favourite. Packed with rich and sweet flavours, this pot of goodness is boiled for many hours with ingredients such as pork bone, pig’s trotters, chicken and chicken feet etc. As such the broth has a thick consistency and is packed with collagen. Enjoy the delicious broth with must-have items such as Homemade Fish Tofu (S$2.20/piece), made with yellowtail fish, soya bean and egg white all blended to perfection. The sweetness of the fish coupled with the smooth, melt-in-your-mouth texture perfect to cook in all types of broths.
Bugis Café – Outdoor Beers and Delights @ Studio M Hotel Singapore
Located in the heart of the Singapore River at Robertson Quay, Bugis Café by Studio M is a new outdoor kiosk that serves craft beers and local delights for you to chill and relax with your friends. The outdoor space is inspired by the past thriving district of Bugis with a vivid and colorful nightlife scene that is rich in its history, delivering you a fun and enjoyable experience.
The Chicken’s Rollin’ – Bugis Café – Outdoor Beers and Delights @ Studio M Hotel Singapore
The Chicken’s Rollin’ is one of Bugis Café signature dishes that you should try it out when you are here. Inspired by the local Hainanese Chicken Rice, this dish is made into a rice roll and then deep fried to give you a crispy outer layer. It certainly pairs really well with a drink!
Trio Golden Cups (Kueh Pie Tee) – Bugis Café – Outdoor Beers and Delights @ Studio M Hotel Singapore
The Trio Golden Cups (Kueh Pie Tee) are actually a little different from the traditional Kueh Pie Tee you usually get. Here at Bugis Café, they replaced it with Chicken and Satay Sauce. Surprisingly, the combination complements quite well with the tartlet.
Bugis Café – Outdoor Beers and Delights @ Studio M Hotel Singapore
Kam Heong Chick, Just Spam La and Hou Yu Pi have a kick of spice and are perfect to go with their craft beers! It was so addictive!
“Belly-Nice’ Pork – Bugis Café – Outdoor Beers and Delights @ Studio M Hotel Singapore
If you feeling extremely hungry and want something filling, Bugis Café also offers a wide array of main course dishes other than bites for you to savor. I got to try out their “Belly-Nice” Pork which was braised pork belly with rice and it was alright. The pork belly was juicy and the tau pok was busting with flavourful when you bite into it. I like my rice to be ‘wet’, so the next time I order it, I’ll request for some extra gravy to go along with.
Chick On Stick – Bugis Café – Outdoor Beers and Delights @ Studio M Hotel Singapore
Another fancy way of saying Satay, Chick On Stick is no doubt, our local grilled chicken skewer. Paired with the Peanut Satay Sauce, it can never go wrong!
“Curry Your Favour” Chicken – Bugis Café – Outdoor Beers and Delights @ Studio M Hotel Singapore
“Curry Your Favour” Chicken is your typical Indian curry instead of the Nyonya style. You get to choose to go with Roti Prata (which goes really very well with the curry), Rice or Noodles. If you are feeling hungry and want something localicious, make sure to order this to satisfy your craving!
Upon nightfall, [email protected], a mere five-minute walk from Fort Canning MRT, transforms into a cozy and romantic bar. Its homemade cuisine from a beautiful Italian town, Bergamo, northeast of Milan is waiting to cure your hunger pangs.
Presenting Pezzera’s Family Favourites “From Mama, with love”…Specially curated by Chef Luca Pezzera and his mama, Bruna.
Chef Luca Pezzera demonstrated his handmade dough with zest, which laid the foundation of a fresh, sincere and wholesome dish.
Ravioli Alla Fornarina Con Tartufo Nero – District10 @ UESquare
Ravioli Alla Fornarina Con Tartufo Nero ($28) handcrafted ravioli with ricotta, black Angus beef and egg yolk.
Don’t be fooled by its appearance, because all the goodness is right within the massive ravioli. We pried open the mystery, the well seasoned minced black Angus beef drenched in runny egg york became the center of attention. The dish was enhanced to perfect with ricotta and truffle, a taste so unique I wouldn’t forget.
Villaggio di Bergamo Pizza – District10 @ UESquare
Villaggio di Bergamo Pizza ($26) Wagyu Meatballs, Mozzarella, Basil and extra virgin olive oil.
Tender wagyu meatballs seated on the crispy-crust pizza looking pretty like cherries on Blackforest cake! A great appetizer or snacks to go with your cocktails!
La mamma b speciale Chicken Bolognese Penne – District10 @ UESquare
La mamma b speciale Chicken Bolognese Penne ($18) in spicy tomato sauce
Mama Bruna sure knows how to spice things up to the usual Bolognese pasta. Think about it, the thick and flavourful sauce with generous amount of minced chicken bursting out of the Penne on your first munch, leaving a hint of spicy aftertaste in your mouth. If you hate watery tomato pasta like I do, this will be your true love.
il Piatto della Nonna Fatta – District10 @ UESquare
il Piatto della Nonna Fatta ($28) Homemade Angel Hair pasta in light parmesan cheese sauce with black truffle.
The Angel Hair Pasta is so smooth and fine yet luscious. The cheese sauce topped with black truffle shavings is highly recommended to those who cant resist rich and flavourful pasta.
Mare d Monti – District10 @ UESquare
Mare d Monti ($28) – Mixed Seafood Linguine with basil oregano in tomato sauce
The fresh seafood hiding brazenly among the tangy linguine is summoning you.
Tiramisu – District10 @ UESquare
Ending on a sweet note with a generous cup of tiramisu that has the right blend of coffee, chocolate, and liqueur.
This is a great place to chill after a hectic workday with some booze and real quality Italian food.
A place to taste authentic Chinese cuisine of different local dialect groups under one roof
Wonton Mee – DejaBrew – Authentic Chinese Dialects’ Cuisine Under One Roof
When comes to feasting on different local Chinese cuisines, nowhere else could be more apt than Deja Brew, a cozy café strategically located at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre. The punny name of the café gave me a hint that I was about to travel to the past through my taste buds. But I was wrong. The menu, well thought out by the owner and his team, is a fusion of traditions and modernity.
Hakka Salt Baked Chicken Rice – DejaBrew – Authentic Chinese Dialects’ Cuisine Under One Roof
Forget about the overpublicized Hainanese Chicken Rice, make way for Hakka Salt Baked Chicken Rice! The tender chicken thigh and the slightly salted rice were well presented in a brick bowl. Although the rice was slightly drier than the usual, the juiciness of the chicken thigh made up for the dish. A healthy and satisfying dish.
Hainanese Curry Chicken – DejaBrew – Authentic Chinese Dialects’ Cuisine Under One Roof
The Hainanese Curry Chicken here was served in a bread bowl! The boneless curry chicken meat paired with their crispy, yet soft and fluffy bread will not disappoint you. We managed to finish the entire bread bowl, no kidding!
Har Cheong Gai – DejaBrew – Authentic Chinese Dialects’ Cuisine Under One Roof
Har Cheong Gai needs no introduction. The one served here was meaty, crispy and flavourful. If you are craving for some comfort food. This is it.
Hokkien Mee – DejaBrew – Authentic Chinese Dialects’ Cuisine Under One Roof
Row, row, row your boat, here comes the antidote! This is not your regular Hokkien Mee, the noodles were soaked in thick black sauce served with fresh diced fish and clams. A delicious antidote to your hunger and leaving you craving for more!
Deja Brew constantly comes up with new dishes. Rickshaw Noodles and Mee Sua were the latest additions to the menu. If you just want to chill out with some drinks, then you will be impressed by their range of beverages. From traditional kopi to fruit teas, you will definitely find something that you like here.
Address: 1 Straits Boulevard #01-02 Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre S 018906
Contact: (65) 6221 1016
Opening hours: Mondays to Saturdays (9.00am – 9.00pm) last order 8.30pm Closed on Sundays & Public Holidays
By Car: Car parking is available. Parking charges apply. By MRT: Tanjong Pagar MRT (EW15) Around 7-minute walk from Exit B or D By Bus: Bus 10, 10e, 57, 100, 131, 97, 97e, 131, 502 (5 minutes’ walk from bus stop)
Kumoya is back with another different character for its seasonal themed cafe. This time, it is based on a Miffy, a female rabbit character that is super adorable. If you have missed out on the previous Cinnamoroll theme, make sure to check out this as it will not last long too! Miffy theme will start from 5th October 2017 to 31 December 2017.
Miffy’s Nice Nacho Cheese Fries and Iced Latte Delight – Miffy Character Themed Cafe – Kumoya
Miffy’s Nice Nacho Cheese Fries and Iced Latte Delight
For the appetizer, we decided to go for Miffy’s Nice Nacho Cheese Fries. I believe the fries were made in-house as the wedges were cut differently, giving that very special and rustic texture. It was very well-prepared, crispy on the outside but soft and fluffy on the inside. I like the fact that they actually left the skin intact, deepening the flavor of the potatoes. Paired with a generous drizzle of nacho cheese and mayonnaise, I enjoyed a lot!
Splashing Good Fun Japanese Seafood Curry Rice – Miffy Character Themed Cafe – Kumoya
Splashing Good Fun Japanese Seafood Curry Rice
I always enjoy Kumoya’s Japanese Curry with Seafood. Their seafood portions were generous and I feel that they really ace on this dish while still making it look stunning! I feel that this is a must-try dish when you are here for Miffy.
You, Me & Miffy Makes 3 Chicken Katsu Burger – Miffy Character Themed Cafe – Kumoya
You, Me & Miffy Makes 3 Chicken Katsu Burger
Japanese-style Katsu with Chinese bun to pair with. Really adorable!
Miffy Original Orange Soda – Miffy Character Themed Cafe – Kumoya
Miffy Original Orange Soda
How can we miss the Insta-worthy drink? Hahahaha! Their Miffy Orginal Orange Soda was surprisingly better than the previous soda as it has a balance of sweetness and sour citrus flavor. Do note that you should get your camera ready as it melts down really fast!
For desserts, you die die must get their Miffy’s Yuzu Mango Parfait Merriment! It is such a show stopper! Delicious Hokkaido Ice Cream served with creamy custard and buttery crumbles lastly drizzled with yuzu mango syrup. I am already craving for this again!
For something over the top, you could try their Matcha Mountain Azuki Shibuya Toast! Super cute, super green tea. Their bread was toasted to perfection. Each cube was super crispy and buttery. Paired with matcha cream and Azuki paste, I thought I was in the heaven of Japan.
Simple, innovative and delighting. The hipster cafe of the North, also known as Common Chefs Bistro & Café is indeed a lovely spot to gather with family and friends to have brunch with.With their new menu dishes like my favorite Wazza (Pizza + Waffles) and refreshing Tacos, it If you stay around Sembawang, be sure to check out Common Chefs!
Recently, they have come out with a new menu dishes like my favorite Wazza (Pizza + Waffles) and refreshing Tacos that would totally delight you!
Common Chefs Bistro & Café – Okonomiyaki Wazza
Ever wondered how would Osaka’s Okonomiyaki and Waffles be like when combined together?
Instead of cabbage, it was served with waffles and I found it intriguing to try it out. Okonomiyaki Wazza was actually surprisingly not bad. For someone who likes Takoyaki or Okonomiyaki, make sure to try it out!
Common Chefs Bistro & Café – Full Breakfast Wazza
But, when it comes to my favorite Wazza, I still prefer their Full Breakfast Wazza!
Good classic waffles served with crispy bacon, grilled tomatoes and hearty sunny set egg, it was indeed a full breakfast! I mean with these combinations, it can’t go wrong right?
I do hope, however, is that they offer their customers to choose either bacon or sliced sausages.
Common Chefs Bistro & Café – Rich Man
Flavourful chorizo (pork) patty and scrambled eggs, paired with mountainful drizzle of nacho cheese, it was dead sinful. I know that I will not be a Rich Man after I eat this burger, but I know that it was incredibly rich and delicious. If you are looking for something that is full of flavors, choose this!
Common Chefs Bistro & Café – Tacos
Though the menu says tacos, it was actually more like burritos. I like the combination of lime, fresh cubed tomatoes, and the seasoning, but I feel that I will like it better if it was actual tacos or crips.
If you are looking the perfect luxury Sunday weekend buffet brunch, this is it.
Located at Fullerton Pavilion, Monti is one of Marina Bay’s latest dining and lifestyle destination, offering modern Italian food, evening live band with jazz-inspired cocktails and stunning view to match. What’s even better now is that Monti has introduced their new brunch by the bay concept every Sunday with superb Italian breakfast menu.
Egg Salmon Florentine – Monti
Though it is a buffet, it is served in ala-crate style. You would have to order it and they will prepare for you immediately. Which, I find it better as the quality of the food won’t be compromised.
Egg Salmon Florentine was amazing! Served with Sour Dough Bread, Baby Spinach, Smoked Salmon and drizzled with Dill Hollandaise to top it off, you certainly won’t be disappointed with the standard here in Monti.
Egg Salmon Florentine – Monti
No brunch would be completed without eggs. Choose from poached eggs to omelet, I’m sure they will make it to perfection!
Foie Gras on Toast – Monti
Indulge yourself with the choice of Foie Gras on Toast. Try it and you will love it!
French Toast – Monti
Be delighted with their French Toast! Served with Honey Cinnamon Mascarpone Cheese, Caramelized Banana and a scatter of Fresh Berries, it was decent. However, I would very much prefer a wider range of selections for the topping. Imagine having French Toast with Caramelized Banana and Chocolate Syrup. Yum! Nevertheless, it was delish.
Risotto Live Station – Monti
Fancy for Risotto? Order their famous Truffle Risotto and be intrigued with a fancy live show. The Risotto Live Station will showcase on the finishing of your risotto in a parmesan cheese wheel in front of you and your guests.
Monti’s Famous Truffle Risotto
The risotto was very rich and creamy. Due to parmesan cheese, it was a little pungent. Which, could be good or bad depending on your taste bud. I do like it, however.
Monti’s Dessert Table
Check out Monti’s Dessert Table made in-house by their pastry chef after your hearty meal too as these desserts are also part of the buffet. I’m always excited when it comes to dessert, looking at this table makes me even more elevated.
Lemon Rosemary Tartlets
Miniature Lemon Rosemary Tartlets looks indulging and refreshing! It was quite balanced with a twist of Rosemary in the crust. Yet, I personally still prefer it to be sourer.
Rich and decadent Chocolate Cake. Served with fresh berries, they were intensely moist.
We only live once, why not drop by Monti this Sunday for that perfect moment?
Brunch Buffet Packages from 12 P.M to 3 P.M every Sunday.
Brunch Buffet only s$90++ per pax
Brunch Buffet & Non-alcoholic Drinks $120++ per pax
Brunch Buffet & Free Flow Wine $140++ per pax
Brunch Buffet & Free Flow Champagne $160++ per pax
If you are looking for a perfect weekend brunch with your family and friends, you have come the right place! Portico Host has recently launched their new brunch menu! Only available during the weekends so make sure to check it out. Not only that you get to chose an array of specialty dishes from their new menu, the place is also insta worthy!
Craving a good classic french toast? You can try out their Brioche French Thick Toast here at Portico Host. Served with their in-house Mixed Berries Comport, you really can feel that the difference between ready-made syrup and homemade style. If you ain’t a berry fan, you also could opt for Mascarpone Cheese or Maple Syrup. But in my option, I personally feel that you should give their Mixed Berries Comport a try.
I’m amazed that they are able to produce such a lovely huge and Fuffy Hotcakes and am loving it! This cake serve up to 4 people, it is really huge! I was surprised that it wasn’t dense at all, I doubt you could get such a gigantic pancake elsewhere. Definitely very Instagrammable!
Wagyu Beef Burger
If you prefer something savory, you could try out their Wagyu Beef Burger with Japanese Seaweed French Fries. I really enjoyed the french fries and Japanese seaweed seasoning!
Host Big Breakfast Pan
Want to have Big Breakfast instead? Go for their Host Big Breakfast Pan then! Their big breakfast consists of bacon, sausage, eggs, fresh tomato and herbs, mushrooms fricassee, brioche toast, and roasted potatoes. I love their roasted potatoes, even though it is so simple, it is so comforting. What a feast!
They also tried to recreate traditional taste with a modern twist with this Nonya Crepe. This dish reminds me of Nonya Kueh Dadar. Combining familiar taste like pandan and coconut cream with vanilla gelato, it is a good start. Yet, I’m not a big fan of the texture. Nevertheless, I am not a big fan of the traditional Nonya Kueh Dadar anyway.
Another worthy item to mention is their Granola. Delicious maple-sweetened Greek yogurt with crispy hearty oats, nuts, and a generous amount of fruit toppings, it is light and refreshing.
The place is very instagrammable, especially if you wanna look chic. So, make sure to wear something bold if you are going there. Who knows? You may the next fashion statement! But, do note that the new brunch menu items are only available during the weekends!