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Anti:dote, Fairmont, Singapore

Anti:dote, Fairmont, Singapore

Peranakans, though traditionally descendants of Chinese settled in the peninsular Malaysia, has now come to include Malaysians and Indians, making it a three way fusion of cultures. When cultures fuse, foods follow and that has evolved over time to make Singapore, the food destination that it is today. But having been under the British rule, the British influence has to be present somewhere. I, found it in the afternoon tea. Having the time for only one afternoon tea, I narrowed down the ten odd recommendations to Anti:dote. Honestly, it wasn't the food that helped me narrow it down but the unique presentation of food at Anti:dote. I guess that shouldn't be a reason to pick a place, but then, why not? Unlike the traditional tray of dishes served at high tea, Anti:dote serves it in a mini chest of drawers. You have a choice of two menu's, though except for the first course, the rest are exactly the same. The anti:dote version comes with an egg and the

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2 am dessert bar, Janice Wong, Singapore

2 am dessert bar, Janice Wong, Singapore

Having met Janice Wong when she launched an ice cream brand in Chennai during which she made some fabulous dessert creations, I've been meaning to try out her restaurant since then. Her stint at Masterchef Australia more than boosted her image to the general public, who aren't tracking who Asia's best pasty chef twice, is! Having made reservations and trying to get the cabbie to understand the address, he finally said that he will drop me off at Holland Village and I should find my way from there. No one seemed to know where this place is located and after a lady said that the thinks it is down the road, I consulted Dr. Google and he took me close. The place is on a dead end in Holland Village on the first floor with very little branding. I guess people just know the place and only first timers are going to find it difficult. The place was packed on a Wed evening, so do make those reservations! Both of us voted for the Shades of Green and after debating between C

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Royal Vega

Royal Vega

I'm starting off 2017 with the most luxurious meal that I've had in a while! Yes, sorry for the hiatus, but I'm back and going to be bringing some travel food stuff over the next month. Back to the royal meal. An invite from ITC to Royal Vega was the only way I was going to go to Royal Vega. I can't afford Royal Vega and I certainly won't be spending close to about 5-6k for two for a vegetarian meal anytime soon. The opulence of the place is in your face! Cloches that weigh a ton and a tray with condiments that you will need two hands to lift with, are small samples of a decor that been chosen and set up with a great deal of eye for detail. With a separate kitchen and a separate set of utensils that are not shared with any other restaurant in the hotel, the place is truly honestly vegetarian and therefore possibly the only truly vegetarian fine dine place in Chennai. While I am a hard core non vegetarian, I understand flavours and man

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