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Social Place Singapore – new modern Chinese restaurant from Hong Kong

Hong Kong modern Chinese restaurant chain Social Place has opened in Singapore with an outlet in Forum The Shopping Mall. Social Place Singapore should appeal to the old and young alike; it has a casual retro cafe look that can evoke nostalgia and yet appear contemporary and cool and it serves good traditional Hong Kong …

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Hot Date with Mister Wu in CHIJMES

We had a lunch date in CHIJMES and was immediately attracted to Mister Wu. You know that this is a food blog and so you know this is not going to be a steamy account of an exciting encounter with a tall and handsome gentleman. What we found irresistible about Mister Wu in CHIJMES is …

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藝 yì by Jereme Leung – Beautiful new Chinese restaurant in Raffles Hotel Singapore

藝 yì by Jereme Leung is the new Chinese restaurant at the recently re-opened Raffles Hotel, Singapore. It occupies the same space on Level 3 as the previous Chinese restaurant Royal China and before that, the Empress Room. This time round, it has been transformed into an even more attractive place. Yì by Jereme Leung …

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The New Kai Duck Restaurant in Takashimaya S.C., Ngee Ann City

Kai Duck is a new restaurant that opened last week at Takashimaya Shopping Centre in Ngee Ann City Singapore. It is run by the folks behind Kai Garden in Marina Square (you can read about our visit here). No prizes for guessing what is on the menu at Kai Duck restaurant. It is duck season… …

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Imperial Treasure Great World City – Lunch at the New and Renovated Chinese Restaurant

Imperial Treasure Great World City re-opened in August 2019 after months of renovations. The new look and decor of Imperial Treasure Cantonese Cuisine is contemporary and pleasing. The entrance certainly looks grander. We were back there for a dim sum and sake lunch. 0

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