9 satisfying set lunch menus under $45 to try in Singapore

9 satisfying set lunch menus under $45 to try in Singapore

Food, Restaurants
[caption id="attachment_12994" align="aligncenter" width="810"] Akira Back's beautifully plated sashimi-don[/caption] Akira Back Contemporary Japanese restaurant Akira Back at JW Marriott serves up a three-course set lunch menu, which consists of daily appetiser and dessert as well as a choice of main course (starting from $33) . You will get pan-seared flounder with cauliflower and a drizzling of garlic ponzu at $33, or Chilean seabass with spicy tomato dashi and roasted heirloom tomatoes at $38. For something more substantial, go for the Iberico pork secreto ssamjang with endive kimchee at $42. Alternatively, you will get to enjoy a healthy sashimi don with katsuo goma brown rice topped with assorted sashimi at $45. The menu is available 12pm to 2.30pm, Monday to Friday. JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach, 30 Beach road, Singapore…
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New and innovative kitchen appliances to help elevate your cooking

New and innovative kitchen appliances to help elevate your cooking

Food, Kitchen Hacks
[caption id="attachment_12915" align="aligncenter" width="810"] Miele's TwoInOne induction hob with an integrated extractor: Steam and vapours are extracted downwards towards the centre of the product[/caption] Miele TwoInOne If you’re thinking of renovating or upgrading your home kitchen, consider Miele’s high-performing, space-saving kitchen combi units. Now the leading manufacturer of premium domestic appliances is boosting its line-up of products with the TwoInOne (KMDA  7774  FL) - induction hob with integrated extractor. Ideal for contemporary, open-plan kitchens, the sleek TwoInOne comprises an 80 cm wide hob unit, as well as an extractor, framed by two variable PowerFlex zones. What's great is that the extractor looks like a modern grille on the counter top. And discreetly hidden in a kitchen cabinet below are the technical components that allow recirculation or vented extraction. Furthermore, Miele's…
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Top brunch spots in Singapore to nurse that hangover

Top brunch spots in Singapore to nurse that hangover

Food, Restaurants
[caption id="attachment_12804" align="aligncenter" width="810"] Fat Prince's Hangover Brunch[/caption] Fat Prince Free-flow gourmet-style kebabs are now available at Fat Prince’s new Hangover Brunch (Saturdays from 11.30am to 3pm). The kebabs come with five fillings such as grilled halloumi cheese with smashed avocado, spiced macadamia and pomegranate molasses, and charred pork belly with smoked potato puree, apple, mint and raisins. Diners will also be able to choose one ala carte dish off the brunch menu. These include pumpkin seed granola, served with orange yoghurt, nashi pear, mango and forest honey, and cured salmon pastirma with poached eggs. At $108 per person, the two- hour bottomless session at this Peck Seah Street joint offers unlimited kebabs, one complimentary brunch item, and free-flow Prima Donna cocktails. Served in porcelain tea pots and
 dainty ceramic…
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5 new bars in Singapore to check out this weekend

5 new bars in Singapore to check out this weekend

Boozy, Drink
[caption id="attachment_12757" align="aligncenter" width="810"] Cool Cats cocktails: Queen’s Park Swizzle, The White Lady and Mezcal Negroni[/caption] Cool Cats The NCO Club, Singapore’s latest entertainment lifestyle destination within the South Beach precinct, has just unveiled three new F&B concepts. CoolCats, launched on Friday, is a live music venue and speakeasy concept featuring “modern-day interpretation of 1920s prohibition culture”.  This plush bar area rolls out bespoke cocktails, and bar signatures such as the Mezcal Negroni, Queen’s Park Swizzle and The White Lady, injected with an inventive twist. Meanwhile, the music lineup changes weekly with regional and international musicians from New Orleans, Australia and London performing live on stage. 32 Beach Rd, Singapore 189764. Open: Wed to Sat, 8.30pm to 1am. Website here [caption id="attachment_12722" align="aligncenter" width="810"] Sip Louis Roederer champagne at Fish Pool[/caption] Fish Pool This is a…
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Shakespeare In The Park Returns! Enhance Your Julius Caesar Experience With A Gourmet Picnic Basket

Shakespeare In The Park Returns! Enhance Your Julius Caesar Experience With A Gourmet Picnic Basket

Contest, Food, Hot Deals
After a one-year hiatus in 2017, Singapore Repertory Theatre’s (SRT) well-loved annual outdoor series, Shakespeare in the Park, is back with a bang. After a string of successful productions — Romeo & Juliet (2016), The Tempest (2015), The Merchant of Venice (2014), Othello (2013), Twelfth Night (2012), Macbeth (2011), Much Ado About Nothing (2009), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2007), Hamlet (1997) — the SRT is now presenting a spanking new, unique take on the Bard’s popular dramatic tragedy Julius Caesar. From 2 to 27 May, Fort Canning Park will once again be transformed into a spectacular set that will delight and amaze loyal fans and first-time theatre-goers alike. Get ready for a thrilling evening of political intrigue and dramatic betrayals in director Guy Unsworth’s modern interpretation of Shakespeare’s 400-plus-year-old play…
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