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Surf & Turf Buffet @ Mercure Bugis Singapore – A Cross of Paths Between the Treasures of Land and Sea

From 8 March to 27 May, Thursday to Sunday evenings and weekend lunches, prepare to indulge in Mercure's first ever Surf and Turf buffet. This meaty galore houses an exquisite selection of more than 30 meat and seafood delicacies, all specially concocted and prepared by Executive Chef Nicholas Sia.
4.5Score

Fika Swedish Café And Bistro @ Beach Road – Foodgasm from the Swedish

Popping by Fika Swedish Café and Bistro, you’ll be welcomed by a delicious smelling aroma from the kitchen that would make any stomach hungry. Walking through the city jungle and into the beauty of Haji Lane near Bugis, you’ll soon land at Fika Swedish Café and Bistro, a quaint little café that serves up authentic Swedish food.
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HolyCrab @ Bugis – Putting an exclamation mark behind the name

The crabs from HolyCrab definitely got us exclaiming “holy crab!” when we had a bite. Firstly, all the crabs that we ate were caught fresh and were so meaty, sweet, fresh and juicy. The flavours of the crab dishes were very localised flavours despite not having the normal “chilli crab”.
3.5Score

Globetrotting Christmas Buffet @ Mercure Singapore Bugis – A New Take on Christmas Feast

Mercure is celebrating Christmas with a Globetrotting Christmas feast at the Royale Restuarant, located at Bugis. Making Christmas something out of the ordinary, Mercure is mixing Asian flavours into classic holiday dishes. Get a variety of offerings for only $48++ (for the festive buffet from 1st to 30th December) or $68++ (for the Christmas buffet on 24th and 25th December).
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Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory – Fusing Up Brand New Dishes

Did somebody say KFC (not Kentucky fried chicken but Korean fried chicken)? Chir Chir is coming up with a few new menu items and it does not disappoint. Get yourself ready for some cheesy, spicy, fried, and crispy goodness.
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The Mad Sailors @ Haji Lane – A Maddening Good Time

From the owners of the Working Title and Afterwit situated around Haji Lane, comes a new café, “The Mad Sailors”. The name came from the expression “Mat Salleh” that Malays used to refer to the Caucasians – which seems fitting, seeing as how this café came to be due to a lady’s dream of bringing authentic halal British food into Singapore. True to its name, The Mad Sailors serves up a wide assortment of British-related food, not forgetting classics such as Fish-and-Chips.

Hotel Review: The Daulat @ Rochor – A Cosy Haven in the Heart of Singapore

The Daulat is a boutique hotel, which caters to both business and leisure travelers with an amalgamation of modern contemporary design with a rich architectural history. "Daulat' is a Persian term generally associated for royalty, and is normally defined as vibrant and active.
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Flaming Don @ CapitaLand Mall Bugis+ – Firing Up Donburis With Yakiniku

Recently opened at Bugis+ level 5, and providing a new dining option, is Flaming Don. What makes Flaming Don slightly different from its competitors is that it has implemented a self-ordering and collection system. Great for anyone who is rushing for time and wants to be able to grab something to eat within a short time. With many different choices of donburis, ramen, and sides, you will be spoilt for choice here.
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Flying Monkey @ Bugis – Go Bananas with Contemporary Indian Cuisine and Cocktails!

Located in the heart of the Kampong Glam district, Flying Monkey is a much-welcomed addition to the restaurant scene. Not only does it serve authentic contemporary North Indian cuisine (some say bring back memories of their hometown India), it boasts a bar helmed by famous bartender Kannan!
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Chir Chir Singapore – Something New is Clucking

To welcome the year of the roster, Chir Chir Chicken Fusion brings you a couple new dishes to satisfy your fried chicken craving.