Airfryer Char Siu

Delicious Air-fried Honey Glazed Char Siu

Hey everyone, it’s been awhile since I have posted here and thank you so much if you have been following me all these while!  Back in March 2010, I started this blog sharing food reviews, recipes and all about lifestyle which I enjoy.  Since I am back posting, I will begin  by sharing my Air-fried Honey Glazed Char Siu which I prepared for a recent Christmas gathering.

WMF, Chef’s Cooking Equipments for the Modern Metropolitans

Being a foodie I am, whipping up mouth-watering dishes is one of my favourite past time. From preparation to cooking, without any quality kitchen equipments, one could feel frustrated with the joy and love for cooking being diminished.

I was at the recent WMF media lunch where I got to have my hands on the newly launched Chef’s Edition Performance Cut Knife series and Concento Cookware range. Chef Sawarto was also there to cook up a delicious 3-course German lunch.

[Food Review] Cat and the Fiddle, of Cheesecakes and Techie Geeks

What has the cat been fiddling with? It’s neither her new toy nor her ball of yarn but cheesecakes! Founded by Chef Daniel Tay earlier this year, Cat and the Fiddle is the first-of-its-kind cheesecake online shop that sells more than 10 flavours of whole cheesecakes at an affordable price!

As cafe-hopping has become a favourite past-time for some Singaporeans, cakes from Cat and the Fiddle is now available at the newly opened Geek Cafe!

[Food Review] Food Glossary, Modern Cafeteria with a Social Responsible Cause

If you always thought that eating at food court has to be noisy, crowded and be smelling of food odour, you will be surprised at this brand new cafeteria, Food Glossary, tucked on the 2nd level of JTC Summit. With a modern, no-frills concept, this food and beverage establishment caters to office workers in the vicinity of Jurong East.

This whole new concept of a modern cafeteria not only serves up food but also employs the latest technology to boost their productivity. Read on to find out how this 400-seater cafeteria can be operated and run by a kitchen of less than 10 staffs.

[Food Review] HOME Restaurant, of Peking Duck and Festive Specials

What is a place call HOME without home-cooked style food which taste like your mum’s cooking? At this Chinese restaurant fronted by Celebrity Chef Tan Yong Hua that’s hidden at one end of The Rail Mall, you can expect a casual, relaxing meal with your loved ones and friends over Chinese cuisine with a modern twist.

I was at a hosted tasting session recently and got to try a selection of the restaurant’s specialities and festive menu which will be available during the Lunar New Year season. Read on to find out about it! 😛

Yoogane Singapore

[Food Review] Yoogane Singapore, Dak Galbi Sizzling Up a Storm?

Although Yoogane Singapore opened its first restaurant in Singapore couple of months back in May, it isn’t exactly new in the Korean culinary scene. The brand started in Busan back in 1981 and since then, it has been very popular in Seoul for serving up a variety of signature galbi (pan-fried marinated chicken) on their menu.

There has been long queue ever since it opened at Bugis Junction and after hearing all the hype about it, I decided to check out if it is really worth visiting.