The newest Janice Wong store is now open at Changi Airport Terminal 3.
Their store carries their signature Chocolate Crayon Box Set (8 pieces and 40 pieces), Chocolate Paint Jar Set (5 pieces) and Signature Tea (collection of 5). Other JW products include the Chocolate Boxes (Signature 5, Signature 9, Assorted 9, Assorted 16 and Assorted 25), Single Origin Chocolate Bar and her Cookie and Lollipop varieties (7 and 8 varieties respectively).
Their signature Bon Bons will also be a highlight at T3, with pre-packed Bon Bons available in single or two pieces as a grab-and-go concept. Be sure to get their chocolates in Singaporean flavours such as Gula Melaka Pandan, Kopi (Coffee), Laksa Leaf Lemongrass.
Get ready for the resurgence of The Dragon Chamber, now better than before. Hidden behind a fridge at a Circular Road local coffeeshop (kopitiam), this speakeasy restaurant and bar marks a new partnership between Ebb and Flow Group and Tung Lok Group. The 45-seater is helmed by Ebb and Flow Group Creative Director Norman Hartono and Operations Director Pio Subramaniam, who have spent a great amount of time finding a new location to house The Dragon Chamber. The Dragon Chamber was previously hidden within Lokkee at Plaza Singapura.
"Dragon Chamber is for people who are looking for an adventure around every corner and want to push the boundaries of traditions and Chinese food. We focus on embodying the rebellious spirit of creation rather than just making food that sells," said Norman Hartono, Creative Director of Ebb and Flow Group.
The Dragon Chamber is more than just a Chinese restaurant where guests come to dine and then leave. Right off the bat, it offers an immersive experience; one that’s filled with intrigue. Arrive at the unassuming kopitiam and enter The Dragon Chamber through the glass fridge door; you must decide if you dare to make the perilous journey into an otherworldly realm.
Once you have made the bold decision to do so, you will be plunged into a world that is reminiscent of Chinatown gambling dens and secret society hangouts. The walls are covered with artworks from local and regional artists such as Sabotage, Mister Tucks and Riandy Karuniawan, referencing past and recent Chinese traditions.
The Dragon Chamber is for diners who are looking for a culinary adventure at every turn. Dare to step into a restaurant that pushes the boundaries and traditions of Chinese cuisine. Overseeing the kitchen team is Chef Wong Meng Ooi. The 36 -year-old started his love affair with the culinary arts from an early age, and has over 20 years of experience under his belt.
Slated to open on 1st April at this new location, the “secret society” restaurant will offer access to a 32-seater kopitiam as well as a full-fledged 12-seater bar that opens till late. The kopitiam will serve breakfast and lunch, offering classics such as wanton mee, toast and the aromatic kopi.
A must-try from the kopitiam is the Singaporean classic wanton mee, which comes in two versions, dry or soup. Flavourful minced pork meat is wrapped within silky smooth dumpling skin before being poached to plumpness and served with springy thin noodles. To complete the dish, diners may choose to add on their noodles with char siew or roasted chicken.
Drawing inspiration from the multi-faceted flavours of Asia, the fresh and innovative bar is giving classic concoctions an Asian makeover. The intoxicatingly imaginative oriental cocktails served pay nostalgic homage to traditional ingredients used in Asian cooking such as tea, Chinese five spice and gula melaka. All syrups and infused liqueur are thoughtfully curated and made in house.
Need somewhere quiet and spacious for group gatherings? Rendezvous at their private dining area, which seats 24 guests, or the VVIP area, which holds up to 12 guests.
Nearly a decade after first bringing French classics to Singapore at their original location at Duxton Hill, L’Entrecôte The Steak & Fries Bistro has now opened at Customs House, overlooking the stunning Marina Bay!
L’Entrecôte focuses on the season’s best steak paired with unlimited crispy, golden fries, accompanied by a fresh green salad with mustard dressing and walnuts. This winning formula is only complete with their secret sauce, poured generously over the trimmed and tender slices of steak.
The singular main course on the menu is complemented by a wide array of starters and 15 kinds of desserts. Choose from starters like the traditional French Escargots de Bourgogne (6 snails prepared with parsley butter and garlic) and delectable desserts like the crowdâpleasing Old Fashioned Crème Caramel with a traditional almond tuille.
Something special is brewing. Having opened its very first outlet in 2013, The Alley has made waves with their iconic Brown Sugar Deerioca Series. With over 300 outlets around the world, The Alley is finally making its mark in Singapore with their first flagship store, and first ever premium concept – The Alley Luxe, opening at Cineleisure this April!
The Alley is proud to offer tapioca pearls made by hand and with heart. The Alley welcomes you to watch as they prepare our tapioca from scratch: from the measuring, sifting, and mixing of ingredients to the formation of the pearl-shaped tapioca. Through this manual performance, they deliver soft, chewy tapioca available in various unique flavours.
Every beverage from The Alley has a story of more than 500 days starting from the harvest of the tea leaves, the processing and aging of the leaves, the infusion of flavours to the selection of ingredients and their ratios. Their distinctive drinks are attributed to this process, in order for you to enjoy only the finest flavours. With each cup comes its own aroma, taste, and character.
The Alley Luxe at Cineleisure will also be serving up an array of exquisite baked treats such as croissants, cruffins and kouign-amann. You can opt to take-away or dine-in to savour these buttery treats with the signature beverages.
Newly-opened at Scotts Square, V Dining is the first ever Modern-European fine dining restaurant by V-ZUG, features gastronomic creations by Chef Ryan Clift, Global Ambassador of V-ZUG, and Culinary Director at V Dining; and Head Chef, Lee Jing Peng. culinary menu is prepared using professional-level kitchen appliances designed for homes by Swiss market leader, V- ZUG. V Dining is the brand’s first restaurant in the world designed to demonstrate the quality and competence of its appliances to gastronomes.
"I became the global ambassador for V-ZUG in January 2017 and has been involved in the menu development and product launches for the brand with other global ambassadors. It is a great honour to be working with them as V-ZUG's appliances feature one of the best technologies in the market. I love working with technology, it allows me to do what I do, thus the better the technology, the better I become,” says Ryan Clift, Culinary Director, V Dining.
V-ZUG produces household appliances for the kitchen and wardrobe in the heart of Switzerland – Zug. The Combi-Steamers from V-ZUG made for private households, have such precise humidity, temperature, and steam generation control, which enable it to be used in the best professional restaurants and hotels, or even by private chefs for royalties and dignitaries around the world.
On the concept behind the restaurant, Chef Ryan says “Alberto Bertoz, Managing Director of International Division at V-ZUG AG is a visionary. As part of the pursuits to making the brand even better, he had an idea to create a fully functioning restaurant with the household appliances. I took it as a challenge and V Dining was conceptualised, designed, and created for V-ZUG and for gastronomes to experience.”
Diners get a choice from two-course and three-course set menus, and a five-course Chef Selects menu for lunch, served with complimentary petit fours, priced at S$48++, S$60++, and S$90++, respectively. For dinner, V Dining offers a four-course menu at S$138++, and a six-course menu at S$168++. Wine pairing option is available for an even more immersive and extensive dining experience.
In this fast-paced and ever-changing food and beverage scene in Singapore, Chef Ryan Clift believes he has found a model that works. Lunch and dinner menus will see a change every one or two months, with dishes that feature classical gastronomy, with a modern twist and fun approach that are priced fairly.
A first in Singapore and Southeast Asia, internationally-acclaimed photographer, Ron Greve, features his photography series “In Relation & Motion”, decorating the walkway into the cosy dining room at V Dining. The main focal points for his work are on conceptual, culinary, and portrait photography which can be seen in this series on display at V Dining.
Through innovative permutations of flavours and textures from around the world, every meal at V Dining is an unparalleled gastronomic experience.
The Shangri-La Group is delighted to announce the launch of their first standalone dining establishment – Shang Social – at Jewel Changi Airport this April.
Shang Social marks the group’s first venture into standalone food and beverage (F&B) outlets outside of a hotel setting and pays tribute to three distinctive Chinese cuisines – Cantonese, Huaiyang and Sichuan.
Diners at the 220-seater Shang Social will be brought on a culinary journey conceptualised by three of Shangri-La’s highly acclaimed master chefs. The extensive menu features traditionaland contemporary interpretations of classic Chinese cuisine while staying true to their authentic flavours and roots. Between the formal dining space, the casual MRKT and Bar, Shang Social is specially designed to cater to everyone and for every dining occasion.
The Shang Social menu is carefully curated with inputs from three of Shangri-La’s highlyacclaimed master chefs, each a master in either Cantonese, Huaiyang, or Sichuan cuisine.
Michelin-starred Cantonese Chef Mok Kit Keung, also the executive Chinese chef at Shangri- La Hotel, Singapore, will have two of his signature dishes – Bamboo Noodles with Dark Soya Sauce and Lard, and Deep-fried Whole Boneless Chicken filled with Fried Glutinous Rice –featured in the Cantonese selection.
Chef Joe Hou, a protégé of Huaiyang master Zhou Xiaoyan and recognised as China’sHuaiyang cuisine global ambassador, will bring his personal Huaiyang favourites to the table. Chef Hou is also the area Chinese executive chef of Jiangnan Wok at Shangri-La Hotel, Nanjing.
Chef Rick Du, executive Chinese chef at Summer Palace, Shangri-La Hotel, Shenyang, completes the Shang Social culinary journey with his Sichuan specialties.
Founded by Robert Rook, a lawyer and self-declared hippie, Emack & Bolio's is a multi-award winning hippie ice-cream chain based in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. We will be able to taste their amazing ice-cream range when they open their new outlet at Jewel Changi Airport in April. View a list of their ice-cream creations here.