Most of the land in the area belonged to the Little’s Family before 1917 and the road name changed after Chew Joo Chiat owned most of the land in Joo Chiat area. [Read more…]
Carousel at Royal Plaza exudes an aura of excitement and delight that an evening of superb cuisine, fine wine, and elegant surroundings can provide.
Four tastefully designed dining sections provide an unforgettable culinary moments; The Living Room, The State Rooms, The Verandah and The Terrace.
A reader Robert recently shared his experience at Le Pont de Vie.
I was recently at the restaurant Le Pont de Vie which has introduced a menu featuring dishes from different European countries which I thought was quite cool. As well as French and Italian, they have dishes from Austria, Spain, Greece, Croatia, Scandinania and the UK. We all enjoyed the chance to get different dining styles under one roof – most unusual.
This Two Star Le Pont de Vie restaurant set in the historic Kampung Glam, one of Singapore’s upcoming dining destinations. With free evening parking, quaint shops and monumental backdrops, Kampung Glam is one of the best preserved heritage districts. [Read more…]
Lawry’s The Prime Rib will leave you wanting more with its tantalizing menu at reasonable prices. Highlights such as the Original Spinning Bowl salad, Atlantic Lobster Tails, Yorkshire Pudding, and Strawberry English Trifle are available at Lawry’s the Prime Rib to tease your tastebuds. [Read more…]
Flutes at the Fort is situated on the picturesque green slope at the Hill Street end of Fort Canning Park. Housed in a beautiful black and white bungalow which was built in 1908, it served as the old Fire Chiefs’ home. The Central Fire Station is clearly visible from the veranda and it isn’t hard to imagine how the Fire Chiefs of old stayed operationally ready all the time.
A jewel in a perfect setting, Flutes at the Fort has a nostalgic natural beauty and combined with a warm, congenial ambiance, this treasure charms even the most discerning. [Read more…]