D’life Signature Parkway Parade Closed at the end of February 2019 – New outelt at 10 Sinaran Drive #B1-105/106/129 Square 2.
An eye catching SCMP headline may have announced that “Beer is good for your health” but a meat free meal is still the more conventional component of a healthy eating plan. 蔬品轩 D’life Signature is a new vegetarian restaurant in Parkway Parade which should appeal to the health-conscious food lovers. It is established by the owners of D’Life Bistro that is known for their reasonably priced meat-free menu.
Wildfire Burgers 313 Somerset is a cafe and bar with a tantalising offering of burgers from Triple Bacon Burger and Truffled Mushroom Burge to Westholme Wagyu Shabu Burger and Vegetarian “Pulled Pork” Burger. It has special deals from time to time. Currently, it has a 1-For-1 Weekday Promotion. From 12 noon to 6 pm on Monday to Friday, order 1 Shabu Shabu Burger and you get another one free and there is also 1-For-1 on all draught beer.
Guan Dynasty United Square is a new restaurant run by the folks behind Guan Chee Hong Kong Roasted Duck. They are famous for their roasted meats and their outlets can be found in the food courts of many malls in Singapore, such as Ion Orchard, Suntec City and Junction 8. We stopped by for lunch to see what this new restaurant near Novena MRT station had to offer.
Moi Lum Restaurant was one of those old affordable Cantonese restaurants that families head to after collecting the keys to their new HDB flats. That was during the days when the Housing and Development Board offices were in Maxwell Road. HDB ceased to occupy the Ministry of National Development Building in 1987 when Bukit Merah became the home to HDB’s headquarters until the move to HDB Hub Toa Payoh in 2003. Moi Lum Restaurant has a longer history than HDB, tracing its roots back to the 1920s, and has moved quite a few times more than HDB. Since 1993, Moi Lum had operated in Henderson, Geylang and Murray Terrace before moving into its current premises in Airview Building at Maxwell Road in 2008. Moi Lum Restaurant is still going strong and still serving good traditional Cantonese food.
Dulukala at Island is a new cafe at Tang’s department store. They take over the former Island Cafe Tang’s. Island Cafe had undergone a major renovation about two years ago, transforming it from a dark traditional space into a bright and modern one. You can read about our 2016 visit to the transformed space here. With the change of management, Dulukala Island has, wisely, left that place substantially unchanged. It is still an attractive space. We were told that this new cafe is a totally new tenant which is no longer run by Tang’s, which does not make any real difference to us except that purchases here cannot be used to earn points / rebates using the Tang’s card.