Month: March 2021

Ido Fishman Lists Ethics for Running a Restaurant

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As time goes by, the food business from around the world has been gaining a lot of attention and has become very trendy. There are many people from around the world who have started opening up their own restaurants as well as chefs who once worked at other people’s restaurants and have decided to start their own ventures.

However, not every restaurant is fortunate enough to find success and keep running its operations for a long time. This is because many people consider running restaurants to be a piece of cake or something that does not require any work. That … Read More

‘I’ll breakfast at The Wolseley, have tea at Claridge’s and dinner at Quo Vadis when this is all over’

Brunch at The Wolseley - Christopher Pledge

Brunch at The Wolseley – Christopher Pledge

How many of you have a countdown set for March 8 (from which time, with luck, we can meet a friend for a one-on-one picnic on a park bench), for March 29 (the earliest point from which six people from six different households can meet outside, hoorah!), or for April 12 – when the prospect of a pub garden lunch or al fresco restaurant trip becomes ever more real?

The personal roadmaps of our favourite chefs and food writers for post lockdown are no less detailed – they’re plotting Paris trips for slap-up

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Where to go for great street food in the neighbourhood



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If you’re looking for some OG street food, you’ll never go wrong with Geylang. The area gets a bad rap for the unadventurous. After all, as Singapore’s most prominent red-light district, it’s easy to make a wrong turn into a sleazy alleyway. Yet, those familiar with the area will be able to meander their way through the best dining gems in the neighbourhood. Apart from classic Cantonesezi char plates, the locale also sees some interesting dishes including the divisive Frog Porridge. Read on for all our favourites.

Sik Bao Sin



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New Chinese dumpling house to open in downtown Bellevue

Dough Zone menu to feature soup dumplings and pan-fried wontons.

Dough Zone Dumpling House is set to open a new flagship restaurant in Downtown Bellevue this Friday (Feb. 26).

The new restaurant at 10360 Main St. Bellevue, will feature traditional Chinese buns and dumplings.

The menu includes Xiao Long Bao, also known as soup dumplings, which are filled with a jellied meat stock that liquifies into a broth when steamed, as well as pork-filled pan-fried buns known as Q-Bao, prepared with a crispy-crunchy bottom and a soft fluffy top.

Dough Zone will also serve both traditional boiled wontons as well

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