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Foodie Spotlight: Exciting New Eats for July 2017

Photo credit: AquaMarine

Looking for fresh delicious dishes that tickle your fancy? Check out these exciting new food offerings this month!

AquaMarine (Marina Mandarin Singapore)

Marina Mandarin’s AquaMarine introduces a dinner buffet with roasts and grill galore that is exclusively available from 1 to 15 July 2017. Expect to be treated to succulent cuts of Premium Purebred Wagyu Beef from the Margaret River, like the Wagyu Tomahawk, Prime Rib, Short Rib, Oyster Blade and Karubi Plate. Other delicious highlights include Hickory BBQ Milk-fed Baby Lamb Spare Rib, Spit Roasted Baby Chicken as well as Salt Baked Barramundi with Grilled Lemon and Basil.

Price: $70++ per adult, $35++ per child aged 6-12 years old (Sun – Thu), $80++ per adult and $40++ per child (Fri & Sat)
Location: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Level 4, Marina Mandarin, Singapore 039594
Opening Hours: Lunch Mon – Fri 12.00pm to 2.30pm Sat, Sun & PH 12.00pm to 3.00pm, Dinner 6.30pm to 10.00pm daily

Click here for enquiries and reservations, call 6845 1111 or email [email protected] 

Peach Blossoms (Marina Mandarin Singapore)

Braised Wagyu Beef Cheek with Chinese Spices

Braised Wagyu Beef Cheek with Chinese Spices. Photo Credit: Peach Blossoms

For the month of July, Peach Blossoms is serving an array of Wagyu Beef delights. The sumptuous classic Chinese dishes include Stir-fried Wagyu Beef Cubes with Sliced Garlic and Pepper Sauce, Pan-fried Wagyu Beef Fillet, Stewed Wagyu’s Oxtail in Red Wine Sauce and much more. Head down to savour their exclusive creations before it ends on 31 July!

Price: $28 – $88
Location: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Level 5, Marina Mandarin, Singapore 039594
Opening Hours: Lunch Mon – Fri 12.00pm to 3.00pm Sat, Sun & PH 11.00am to 3.00pm, Dinner 6.30pm to 10.30pm daily

Click here for enquiries and reservations, call 6845 1118 or email [email protected]

Beach Road Kitchen (JW Marriott Singapore South Beach)

Beach Road Kitchen

Photo Credit: Beach Road Kitchen

From now till the end of August, diners can enjoy an array of chilled seafood – fresh oysters, chilled lobsters, snow crabs, Italian seafood antipasti and sashimi, as well as charcoal- grilled seafood which is cooked to order – tiger prawns, crayfish, squid, octopus and the catch of the day. Other hot seafood dishes include soft shell crabs, seafood stew, steamed fish and chilli lobster.

In addition to the lunch and dinner buffet spreads, Beach Road Kitchen also serves up an all-day a la carte menu, breakfast buffet and a Sunday brunch buffet.

Price: $58++ Lunch, $78++ Dinner, $42++ Breakfast Buffet, $108++ Sunday Brunch
Location: Beach Road Kitchen, Level 1, South Beach Avenue, Singapore 189763
Opening Hours: 6.00am – 10.00pm daily

For enquiries and reservations, call 6818 1913 or email [email protected]

Lady M (JW Marriott Singapore South Beach)

Earl Grey Mille Crepes. Photo credit: Lady M

Earl Grey Mille Crepes. Photo Credit: Lady M

Destination dessert patisserie Lady M recently brought its signature cakes and coffees to a new 40-seat boutique at the JW Marriott Hotel along South Beach Avenue. Featured above is the South Beach exclusive Earl Grey Mille Crepes ($9.50/slice) , a delicate fusion of earl grey tea and light cream in between no less than 20 paper-thin, handmade crêpes, topped with an indulgent tea glaze, whole earl grey tea leaves and edible blue cornflowers. 

For July and August, there is also an intriguingly-shaped seasonal Mimosa Cake ($9/slice) available. Composing of delicate vanilla sponge cake, it is filled with Lady M’s signature custard with fragrant notes of vanilla. Pair these cakes with an artisanal tea blend or savour these aromas on their own!

Price: $9 – $9.50 per slice
Location: Lady M, #01-17, South Beach Avenue, Singapore 189763
Opening Hours: 10.00am – 10.00pm

Joyden Canton – NEW!

Joyden Canton

Black Bean, Black-Eyed Pea and Peanut with Pig Tail Soup. Photo Credit: Joyden Canton

Joyden Concepts recently opened their latest 140-seater eatery situated on the fourth floor of the iconic Shaw House. At the new Joyden Canton, they will be serving a more extensive menu than the original outlet at HillV2. Introducing an additional range of nutritious double-boiled soups to the delight of fans, each bowl is encased in wax paper as per tradition and double-boiled for no less than four hours to seal in all the natural flavours and goodness of the high-quality ingredients and Chinese herbs.

Exemplifying this is the Black Bean, Black-Eyed Pea and Peanut with Pig Tail Soup ($8 per bowl) is a dish concocted to enhance overall blood circulation and wellness and with the addition of longan and mandarin peels imbues the soup with alluring bitter-sweetness taste. 

Price: $8 – $32 per dish
Location: Shaw House, 350 Orchard Road, #04-00, Singapore 238868
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 11.30am – 9.30pm (last order 9pm) Sat, Sun & PH 11am – 9.30pm
Dim Sum 11.30am – 4.30pm daily

For more information, click here or call 6908 3833.

Hotdogs Inc

Photo credit: Hotdogs Inc

Ladies Secret Delight. Photo Credit: Hotdogs Inc

Hotdogs Inc has just released a new menu with 2 sections, ‘A La Carte’ and ‘Beer Garden’, curated by the renowned Swiss-born Chef Otto Weibel. For those with huge appetites, the Man’s Jumbo Special ($14.80) – a huge addictive hotdog that comes in beef, chicken or pork will definitely satisfy your hunger. Smaller eaters can go for the Lady’s Secret Delight ($9.80), available in chicken cheese and pork cheese flavours topped with an artisanal sauce.

Try out some German-style dishes like Slow Roasted Pork Knuckle ($12) and the Traditional German Veal Sausage ($8.50/2 pcs) if you want to venture out of your comfort zone. Don’t forget to top off your meal with a serving of their Truffle Fries ($5.80) and wash down your meal with their specialty beers ($8) like the Great White Beer (from New Zealand) or Peroni Beer (from Italy). 

Price: $10 – $40 per pax
Location: POMO Mall, 1 Selegie Road, #01-23, Singapore 188306
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 11.00am – 9.00pm Sat 11.00am – 5.00pm  Sun & PH – Closed

Open Door Policy

Open Door Policy

Braised Veal Ossobuco with green pea risotto and pickled purple baby carrot. Photo Credit: Open Door Policy

Tiong Bahru’s favourite neighbourhood bistro Open Door Policy revamps their menu to introduce 15 new dishes to their a la carte menu, each dish paying careful consideration to their inclination for hearty, wholesome cooking that aims to evoke a sense of nostalgia by imparting familiar flavours with a gluten-free, dairy-free twist. Whet your appetite with their original creations like Warm Wasabi Greenpea Scallop Soup ($23++) for starters, Braised Veal Ossobucco ($32++) for mains and finish with Calamansi Chocolate Tart ($16++) for dessert.

Price: $25 – $50 per pax
Location: 19 Yong Siak Street (Yong Siak View), Singapore 168650
Opening Hours: Mon – Thur 12.00pm – 11.00pm, Fri 12.00pm – 12.00am, Sat 11.00am – 4.00pm (Brunch), 6.00pm – 12.00am (Dinner), Sun 11.00am – 4.00pm (Brunch), 6.00pm – 11.00pm (Dinner). Closed on Tuesdays

Call 6221 9307 for reservations.

Tamoya Udon

Beef Sukiyaki Udon. Photo Credit: Tamoya Udon

Beef Sukiyaki Udon. Photo Credit: Tamoya Udon

One of Asia’s most popular udon chains, Tamoya Udon introduces their new hotpot menu! Typically eaten on its own, Tamoya Udon has just combined Sukiyaki and Udon, creating an innovative way of enjoying Udon. The hotpots are heated upon ordering and kept simmered throughout, keeping the soup piping hot till the end. You can now enjoy the four new mainstays to its menu: Beef Sukiyaki Udon, Prawn Nabe Yaki Udon, Pork Spicy Miso Udon ($13.80 each) and Maze Mix Udon ($8.80).

Price: $8.80 – $13.80
Location: 177 River Valley Road, Liang Court Shopping Centre, #01-32, Singapore 179030
Opening Hours: 11.00am to 9.30pm daily

Kogane Yama – NEW!

Photo credit: Kogana Yama

Mixed Bowl Rice Set Meal. Photo Credit: Kogane Yama

An original concept by the people who brought in Chir Chir Chicken and Masizzim, Kogane Yama (or Golden Mountain) offers customisations to the satisfying tendon bowl. Each serving features a lavish heap of mouth-watering, perfectly fried, golden-brown pieces of tempura atop a mound of sweet Japanese rice and is reminiscent of the sloping valleys and mountains found in Japan. 

You can choose up to four different types of tendon bowl – chicken, prawn, vegetable or mixed for those who want to try everything in a bowl. The tempura is served with classic Japanese short-grain rice or top up a dollar to enjoy it with either soba or udon. Unlike any other tendon, Kogane Yama goes a step further and offers diners a selection of four tentsuyu sauces – sweet-and-savoury homemade blend of garlic, sesame oil, and premium Japanese shoyu (soya sauce).  The non-spicy version is perfect for kids and those who like playing it safe!

Price: $11.80 – $15.80
Location: Bugis Junction #02-50, 200 Victoria St, Singapore 188021
Opening Hours: Sun – Thur 11.00am – 10.00pm (last order at 9.30pm), Fri & Sat 11.00am – 11.00pm (last order at 10.30pm)

What are you waiting for? Head on down for a hearty meal with the family today!