08 August 2019

Novotel Singapore Hotel on Stevens Restaurant | Food Exchange National Day Buffet dinner + Bicentennial Celebration

Singapore Novotel Hotel on Stevens Road's  Food Exchange Restaurant pays tribute to Singapore Bicentennial celebration and National Day with Asian Buffet dinner featuring harmonious theme of popular local Singapore, Chinese, Nonya, Indian and Malay cuisine.

Novotel Hotel Singapore National Day flags decorations with background music of patriotic National Day songs by Kit Chan, Dick Lee like Home, Count on Me Singapore, Stand Up for Singapore sets the mood for the Singapore theme dinner.

The award winning Chef Dee speciality dish - White Pepper Sri Lankan Crab is a hot favourite and definitely a must try. Winning crowds with its fresh succulent meat and aromatic white pepper gravy, the chef is kept busy and always cooking to fill up the crab buffet wok.

Black Pepper Slipper Lobster, Fish Maw Soup, Roasted meat like Duck, Pork and chicken, Singapore Laksa, Prawn Mee, Braised Pork Belly bun, Bak Kut Teh, Seafood tang hoon, Fruit Rojak, DIY Nonya Kueh Pie Tee and Popiah, Beef Rendang, Gado Gado, Satay, Mee Goreng, Sayur Lodeh, Indian Rojak, Tandoori Fish, Chicken Tikka, Mutton kebab, Naan and Saffron rice are other crowd pleasers.

Singaporeans favourite fruit and dessert the Durian Pengat takes centrestage with Sago Gula Melaka, Cheng Teng, Assorted Nonya Kueh, Potong ice cream, Rainbow local bread with ice cream, Tiramisu, Pandan cake, Mini puddings and Fresh fruits from the dessert buffet satisfies sweet cravings.

Complete your meal with a selection of Dilmah Tea, hot chocolate, mocha, latte, cappuccino, flat white, expresso to Bandung rose drink or peach lemon tea.

Novotel Singapore Asian Buffet Dinner at Food Exchange is from Sunday to Thursday, 6:00PM – 10:00PM August Special: $54 nett 
Usual: $58++ per adult, $29++ per child (6 – 12 years old) and Oyster Weekend Dinner 
Fridays to Saturdays, 6:00PM – 10:00PM
$68++ per adult, $34 per child (6-12 years)

Food Exchange Restaurant by Novotel Singapore on Stevens is located at 28 Stevens Road, Level 2, Singapore 257878. For reservations, please telephone: 6491 6100 or email: H9543@accor.com. Visit 
www.foodexchange.sg for latest Novotel Singapore on Stevens hotel rooms staycations and restaurants promotion offers.

*all items on buffet menu are offered on rotation basis

01 August 2019

Undiscovered Taipei Taiwan with Namewee | Boon Hui Lu + China Airlines Offers

Taiwan Undiscovered Taipei 2019 campaign invites visitors to explore and experience "Five major quasi-museums" cultural districts in the heart of Taipei City -  from the North Taipei City Beitou hot spring, Northern city corridor, Dadaocheng, Bangka (Wanhua) to South Town.

Beitou is renowned as hotspring cluster of hotels, resorts and restaurants, Taipei Public Library, the first green library in Taiwan and Beitou Hotspring museum.

Check into the Crème De La Crème of Beitou Hotspring - Villa 32, a member of the the prestige Relais & Chateaux ultra luxury brand and be transported to the tranquil innerworld of lush greenery and therapeutic triple spring baths.

The Northern city corridor showcases Taiwan cultural and creative shops, art galleries, warehouse exhibition pop up shops, hidden cafes, Eslite R79 Store and Eslite Hotel, Underground Book Street from Taiwan MRT Zhongshan Station to Shuanglian Station.

Dadaocheng is a cultural enclave of historical heritage monuments - Taiwan New Cultural Movement Memorial Museum, Museum 207 and AMA museum, old architecture buildings and residences with nostalgic aesthetic themes against postcard perfect wharf scenery,  Taiwan indigenous arts, Yongle fabric market, Taiwan tea culture at Chen Tian-Lai residence aka Jinji Tea Co and Sin Hong Choon Trade Co., restaurants, cafes and quaint shops.

Bangka Longshan Temple vicinity offers more than popular Taiwan Night markets, soak in the local atmosphere as you navigate through U-mkt in the day.

The South Town Quasi-Museum area is located next to Boai Special district where bookstores, museums and cafes beckons as you wander around Treasure Hill Artist Village.

Taiwan Taipei Department of Information and Tourism TPEDOIT, Commissioner Mr. Liu Yi-Ting, Taiwan Representative to Singapore Mr. Francis Liang, Taiwan Tourism Bureau, Singapore Office Director Dr. Trust Lin and China Airlines Singapore Office General Manager Ms. Yolanda Tso officiated Taiwan Undiscovered Taipei Campaign with travel Ambassadors - Singapore singer songwriter Boon Hui Lu and Namewee, Malaysia hip hop artist and composer at The Villa, Singapore Botanic Gardens.

Hui Lu and Namewee shared their living experiences in Taipei, fond Taiwan memories like their secret Taipei hideouts in Wan Hua and Yang Ming Shan as well as favourite Taiwanese food and snacks.

Using Taiwan traditional woven cloth from the popular Yong Le fabric market in Dadaocheng, Namewee and Hui Lu created artistic illustrations of Taipei - 'My Home- Taipei, a little secret metal roof home at the base of Yang Ming Shan and ' Taipei Night Market staples' Pearl bubble tea with big chicken cutlet respectively.

TPEDOIT togther with Taiwan Tourism Bureau and China Airlines offers irresistible Free and Easy Flight & Hotel FIT promotional tour package from S$435 for 3D2N and bonus gifts like Taoyuan International Airport and Taipei Main Station MRT airport shuttle ticket, Undiscovered Taipei Easy Card, Taiwan Mobile 5 Day network card, Dr. Jou beauty mask popular must buy Taiwan beauty product and Shou Shin Fang mini box of pineapple tarts, subject to redemption terms at NATAS travel fair at Singapore Expo, from August 2nd to 4th.

Visit Taiwan Travel.Taipei for the latest travel and dining offers, information plus promotions discounts and do remember to try Taiwan Michelin Guide of delectable cuisine.

*Photographs taken using LG Flagship Smarten LG G7+ThinQ except for Villa 32.

03 June 2019

PARKROYAL Kitchener Road Hotel Buffet Crabs Seafood restaurant offers | Spice Brasserie

ParkRoyal Kitchener Road Singapore Hotel under Pan Pacific Hotel group offers Crab, Seafood and Japanese buffet with unlimited self serve mocktails at Spice Brasserie all day dining restaurant.
Indulge in crab-licious favourites like Singapore Chilli Crabs, Salted egg yolks crabs and Black pepper crabs, slipper lobsters, oatmeal cereal prawns and more extensive locals' favourites for dinner buffet while the signature chilli crabs and stired fried slipper lobsters with black beans are available for lunch buffet.

Baby lobsters, fresh succlent prawns, marinated stone crab claws, scallops on shell, whole sea whelks, black mussels, seasoned jelly fish, marinated clams tanzalises on the beautiful sea of seafood on ice.

Spice Brasserie Buffet Live Stations 
Try fresh salmon, tuna, hamachi and swordfish sashimi, sushi, udon and soba at the Japanese live station counter.

Delicious fried carrot cake with prawns, assam laska and yong tau foo are available at local food live station.

Buffet spread includes slow roast beef, steamed whole seabass Hong Kong style, braised sea cucumber, braised Teochew style duck, XO seafood bee hoon, Japanese tempura prawns, fried chicken, clam chowder soup with bread, Indian selection like butter chicken, curry and rice, alongside with healthy salad bar, fresh fruits and keropok crackers selection with fiery chilli dips. 

End the seafood dinner with dessert buffet offering Singapore favourites - Durian Pengat with sticky Rice, pulut hitam, ondeh-ondeh cake, Thai milk tea cake, kueh lapies, nonya kuehs, Portuguese egg tarts, mango mousse cake, dark chocolate Truffle pudding, ice kachang and ice cream.

Mocktail bar, tea or coffee completes the seafood buffet offerings. Concoct your very own mocktails with a wide array of premium syrups like Yuzu, Mango and Blueberry, refreshing soda and condiments like lychee and sour plum. Take your pick of Dilmah tea selection or cuppas of  cappuccino, expresso and lattes to go with your desserts and cakes.

ParkRoyal Hotel Singapore Weekend Seafood buffet at Spice Brasserie is priced at SGD48 per adult and SGD24 per child for lunch on Saturdays and Sundays,12noon to 2.30pm and SGD58 per adult and SGD29 per child for dinner on Fridays to Sundays, 6pm to 10:00pm, from now till Friday, 16 August 2019 (excluding Father's Day Lunch, Sunday, 16 June). Buffet Menu is on rotational basis and is subject to change at the discretion of the hotel and without prior notice.

ParkRoyal Hotel on Kitchener Road is located at 181 Kitchener Road, Lobby Level, Singapore , diagionally across Farrer Park MRT Station and next to Mustafa Shopping centre. Try Si Chuan Dou Hua Sichuan Chinese Restaurant with tea appreciation at Tian Fu Teahouse or unwind at Club 5.  

For Spice Brasserie reservations, please phone: (+65) 6428 3160 or email: spicebrasserie.prskt@parkroyalhotels.com


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