Friday, October 24, 2014

Media invite: SET @ PoMo

SET, a newly opened restaurant at PoMo, presents a tantalizing array of contemporary cuisine with Asian and Western influences. 

Like the name suggests, SET presents a five-course lunch at $28.80++ and six-course dinner at

This is so value for money! 

Was really surprised by how big the restaurant is! The main dining area is huge and spacious and there are 2 private dining areas available for reservation as well. It will be an ideal place for gathering. :) 

If you do notice, every table is well equipped with a standard set of cutlery which is comparable to fine dining, but only at a quarter of the price. :)

I'm already liking the place even before the food was served. 

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Review: Les Patisseries

Cafe scene in Singapore is getting so CRAZYYYYYYY~ 

You'll see about 10 cafes popping up every month? The turnover rate is seriously scary. :/

Anyhow, the boy and I decided to go for dessert one night and I chanced upon this really interesting new cafe in the heartland.

Les Patisseries, a fairly new cafe located in the Heartland of Toa Payoh Cental. 

As the name suggests, Les Patisseries specialise in French desserts and pastries. From what I know, the cafe is open by 3 young graduates from our local culinary schools, At-Sunrice and Shatec. 

My hopes are high after knowing this. :D 

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Monday, October 20, 2014

Media invite: Yum Cha @ Serangoon Gardens Country Club

When one think of good and affordable dim sum in Singapore,Yum Cha is probably one of the top picks.
Yum Cha Restaurants first opened its door in the heart of Chinatown before expanding to launch Yum Cha Garden, at Serangoon Gardens Country Club and recently,Yum Cha at Changi. 
But do you know that beside being well known for serving up delicious dim sum delicacies, Yum Cha Restaurants have also increased the repertoire of their menu from sumptuous spread to seafood dishes? 
I was invited to Yum Cha Garden recently for a unique Yum Cha experience. The restaurant is surely more than just dim sum. ^^ 

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Recipe: Lee Kum Kee Menu-Oriented Sauces Blogger Competition "3dishes+1soup" Part 2

Hello everyone, here to share with everyone the recipe for my second dish - Korean Minced Pork with Silken Tofu and assorted Vegetables. 

Click here if you haven't read about Lee Kum Kee Menu-Oriented Sauces Blogger Competition. :)

Friday, October 17, 2014

Recipe: Lee Kum Kee Menu-Oriented Sauces Blogger Competition "3dishes+1soup" Part 1

"3 Dishes + 1 Soup" 

If you were to watch Channel 8's variety show, you would probably be familiar with this show called 《三菜一汤》? Basically, the guest artists of the week will have to compete to cook up a "3dishes+1soup" within a given period of time. 

With a similar concept, Lee Kum Kee is hosting a "Menu-Oriented Sauces Blogger Competition" in which bloggers would have to prepare 3 dishes + 1 soup using Lee Kum Kee's Menu-Oriented Sauces and to share on our social media platforms (Instagram & Facebook)

So here is my take of the competition! I've cooked them #injust30minutes! To be more specific, 29 min and 33 sec! Yup, I timed myself. ^^ 

So how do you like my simple, homey "3dishes+1soup" dinner? 

Please show some support by liking & sharing my photos with the tag of #leekumkeemos on my Instagram (@lirongs) and Facebook page ya? <3