Inspired by the colourful heritage of their neighbourhood, Spice Brasserie at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road is an all-day-dining restaurant which boasts an ambience and decor with a distinct sense of place. Guest can find a tantalising selection of Asian street food while enjoying creative and modern interpretations of local favourites. Be spoilt for choice with the extensive a la carte and buffet offerings, that includes an array of appetizers and sweet treats to complement your meal.
Looking for healthier alternatives? Request for brown rice or a combination of brown and white rice, for any rice-based dish at no additional charge. Their restaurant is also ideal for hosting social or business functions for up to 130 guests.
The first standalone venue owned and operated by industry veterans Michael Callahan and Celia Schoonraad, Barbary Coast is inspired by the district in San Francisco of the same name during the mid-1800s. Located on the corner of North Canal and Lor Telok, Barbary Coast spans two floors of three historic shophouses in a landmark building with an original land lease dating back to the early 1800s.
The lower level of the space, Deadfall, is inspired by a relaxed, approachable neighbourhood watering hole, a style of bar that could be found littered throughout the original Barbary Coast. On the other end of the spectrum, the upper level is known as Barbary Coast Ballroom – highbrow and elegant, equally exclusive as it is unpredictable. With two unique concepts under one roof, Barbary Coast is a welcomed addition to Singapore’s Boat Quay neighbourhood offering something for everyone.
TPG is the new force in the Singapore telecommunications market. They’re new to Singapore, but they’re not new to providing customers with mobile services that are reliable, fast and cost effective. Go visit them at Orchard Central to find out more about the TPG service trial plan, to collect your TPG SIM cards or to check out the latest mobile phones.
The Tropic of Cancer passes through the heart of Taiwan, whose year-round sunshine and pure highlands water give life to verdant ranges, imparting to local pineapples a robust flavour unique to the region. These pineapples are used in SunnyHills' popular pineapple cakes. Visit SunnyHills' new flagship store on Seah Street to indulge a box. Also be sure to find out more about their new brand, Forbidden, which is all about irresistible durian pleasures which you can share with anyone and anywhere.
SunnyHills farmers follow the time-honoured tradition of farming naturally, cultivating without pesticides or genetic modification pineapples that are small in size but rich and intense in flavour. Twice a year, their earth pineapple crop ripens with the seasons; in spring the harvest is mellow and sweet, and by the turn of fall, the cool breeze infuses a piquancy to the yield. The full flavours of the seasons can be experienced as no additives are used, just the sensibilities of a baker refined in the gastronomy of natural ingredients.
You can also purchase SunnyHills' delicious treats online here or visit their other retail branch located at Basement 2 of Ngee Ann City.
Formerly known as Urban Fairways, Clubhouse took the reins of Singapore’s premier indoor golf café and bar last month. Clubhouse occupies 2,500 feet space in the iconic Capital Tower in Singapore’s downtown Central Business District. It’s a busy indoor golf club with regular members, a cafe and a fantastic 19th hole for busy office executives to meet and relax. The driving force is a passion for hospitality, great wines, whiskies and beer, and, of course, golf.
They are unique in their delivery of state of the art golf training and entertainment in the heart of downtown Singapore. They offer a casual luxury starting at the front door permeating into a great ambience when you cross the threshold. Welcomed by smiling staff, the distinct smell of coffee, and cool music tones, which combine to create an exclusive oasis by day that transforms the club into a buzzing venue at night with great products and excellent service.
The Most Famous Bar on the Planet is coming to Singapore and they are launching an island-wide search for Coyotes! Coyote Ugly Saloon, the well-known American bar and restaurant brand that inspired the cult movie of the same name, features female bartenders and dancers called Coyotes in a fun, drinking environment. Taking over the premises that was formerly the f-Club at Clarke Quay, the 700 capacity bar and restaurant, launching in January 2020, will operate 7 days a week with choreographed dance routines taking place nightly. What an exciting addition to the local nightlife scene!
Coyote Ugly Saloon Singapore is launching a recruitment campaign calling for bartenders, singers and dancers to fill their 20 Coyote positions. The women empowered campaign calls for ‘Stars behind the Bar’ to forge a star-studded career and have fun doing it. Successful candidates of this coveted role get to travel for guest stints in their 26 Coyote Ugly Saloon locations around the world.
The Coyote Ugly legend began with a Lillana Lovell, a dream and a little bit of Wild Turkey. In 1992, the Wall Street apprentice, sick of working for other people, quit her job and started working behind the bar. Her quick wit, antics behind the bar and the ability to take your last dollar eventually led to her opening the first Coyote Ugly outlet in New York city. Two Disney executives walked into the bar one day and had such a great time that they decided to make a movie about it. In the year 2000, Touchstone Pictures and producer Jerry Brukheimer released the film “Coyote Ugly”, directed by Michael Bay and starred Piper Perabo, Maria Bello and Adam Garcia. The rest they say is Hollywood history.
Today, the Coyote Ugly Saloon franchise operates 26 outlets in the US, UK, Russia, Germany, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan and Japan and has earnings that grossed over $34 million in 2017. Liliana Lovell is personally involved in the recruitment and training of Coyotes, interested candidates can apply with their CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org or check out their FB page.
As a brand, Common Man has grown its offerings over the years, from delivering quality café experiences to cementing its place as a coffee industry leader and championing sustainability in all areas of the business.
The academy now boasts its own full-fledged 1,100 sqft space, with floor-to-ceiling glass panels along the side, allowing ample natural light to stream in. The academy space which was formerly a printing shop, has maintained elements of its industrial aesthetic that characterises the heritage block surrounding it. CMCR's signature selection of Loveramics ceramic-ware line the wooden and brass shelves up front, alongside a comfortable seating area for guests to relax, while classes take place in the training toom at the back. The academy will serve both wholesale accounts and public consumers alike, offering both groups CMCR's industry-leading barista training.
From aspiring baristas to seasonsed professionals looking to fine tune their craft, CMCR Barista Academy offers a variety of courses. The curriculum taught at CMCR Barista Academy was developed alongside the Australian Barista Academy, and fosters real-world, quantifiable understanding on a full range of barista skills and knowledge, teaching students how to implement their new understanding in a café environment. Knowledge of proper dosing, reading and interpreting colour changes in extraction, milk splitting, pouring techniques and machine maintenance are just some of the skills that students can expect to take away from the courses. Find out more here.