Weekend Scoop for Foodies
While you’re mooching out on the Lunar New Year break, here’s a few sweet things you ought to know: delectable weekend brunch (dim-sum style), top-class tipples, and how to arrive like a rockstar with your very own uber-cool ride.
16 new dishes are joining the mix at Quayside Isle’s Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House. Tantalise your palate with treats like lemongrass prawn sticks, spinach tofu crab meat soup, wagyu beef fried rice, garlic butter king prawns, and loads more. Looking to get your dim sum fix? Blue Lotus is introducing a lavish new dim sum menu, which runs Fri, Sat, Sun, and Mon. Chill-out weekend dim sum brunch along the Quayside, sounds like a plan!
Drink your way through Singapore with the Cocktails of Singapore Passport ($9.80). Passport in hand, you’re all set for a journey around the island relishing the 20 best cocktails (at 10% off each drink) at 15 different nightspots, like Ku De Ta, The Library, and Azzura. Whether you’re planning a wild ladies’ night or party with the boys, get ready for a helluva journey.
Girls, don your fab frocks and get ready to party! Kicking off with Girls On Top on 8 Feb, Saturdays are gonna be the new ladies’ night at PS Café Ann Siang. Sip on Moet and Chandon Rose at $19++ a glass or $95++ a bottle, or go adventurous with the Absinthe-based Fountain of Youth mix at $85++ (after 10pm). Pair your tipples with a spread of (complimentary) guilt-free bar bites before working your dance moves to the grooves of DJ Hafez.
Planning a festive fete this weekend? Here’s how you and your guests can eat, drink, and be merry worry-free. Simply sign up for Uber’s CNY package, fill in the details of your party, and you’re on your way to snagging free Uber rides for your guests!
Anyone who caught Gnossem’s deep house, fashion and art fusion event at the brand new Kilo Lounge (upstairs from our beloved Kilo Kitchen in Kampong Bugis) is buzzing about the vibey new bar. Not yet – or maybe never, open to the public. Watch this space.
Famous for their Saturday brunch parties that have taken Singapore’s favourite meal to a whole new level, Bacchanalia is now open on weekdays for lunch so you know where we’ll be headed for our lunch break next week. Check out their website for changed opening hours before you head in.