Browsing Category : Foie gras

The Black Swan Entices With Art Deco & Classic Good Food


Located at a corner where Cecil Street meets Marina Boulevard, The Black Swan resides in an 1930s building which used to be a bank. Running with the Art Deco theme, the Lo & Behold Group transformed it into The Black Swan, which serves classic cuisine that borders on being French-Americano. Upon entering the restaurant, you are greeted by the unique…

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Savour 2014 – Celebrating Delicious Food and Chefs


Despite the heat, throngs of people were making their way to The Promontory @ Marina Bay and I couldn’t help but get excited when approaching the entrance and the waft of food smells greeted me. What were we all here for? Savour 2014 – a 4-day event which celebrates Michelin starred Chefs and panders to all gourmands’ taste-buds. In other words,…

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Lunch at Gunther’s – The modern French Cuisine


Met up with some old friends at Gunther’s for lunch although we were supposed to have gone to Saveur but Saveur lost us because of the wait staff’s rudeness.  Anyway, back to Gunther’s Restaurant.  This is the second time that I’ve eaten at Gunther’s and the first was a business lunch so I couldn’t do the whole instagram/photo-taking thing. All…

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Restaurant Review – Affordable French at Saveur


The trend nowadays seem to be making fine dining cheap while cafes are making simple fare extravagant and expensive.  I’m all for affordable gourmet!! For my boss’ birthday lunch, the whole bunch of us went to Saveur at Purvis Street to sample their affordable French. Started by 2 friends who did stints at Guy Savoy and Tetsuya in Sydney, I…

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Wow


I do have a tracker that allows me to check whether my readers arrive from a referral link or not. Today was a surprising find of people who searched for a quote about foie gras that I wrote in an earlier post. All thanks to another blogger and I’m really flabbergasted at how she was able to extrapolate that quote…

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