The Mod-Sin (Modern Singaporean cuisine) movement aims at representing Singaporean food beyond the traditionally humble hawker eateries and refining it at various mid to upscale restaurants. Set in the gorgeous The Warehouse Hotel and helmed by Chef Willin Low, Po is a great example of this style of cooking.
A Tour of The Warehouse Hotel and the Lobby Bar
The Warehouse Hotel is a recently restored heritage building dating back to 1895, built on the riverside of Robertson Quey, one of the most bustling areas of Singapore. Being part of the Design Hotels™ curated constellation of bespoke properties, this boutique hotel is guaranteed to offer an authentic cultural and architectural experience. This is the grand setting of their Lobby Bar, which serves up surprisingly complex made-from-scratch cocktails that draw inspiration from The Warehouse hotel century-long history.
Take a Peek at New Boutique Hotel, The Shanghai EDITION
Highly anticipated and hyped new boutique hotel The Shanghai EDITION, is now open on Nanjing Dong Lu, near Henan Lu, a stone’s throw from The Bund. Obviously I had to go take a look, and was lucky enough to receive a complete tour by Eddy Ding, the affable Signature Restaurant and Bar Lounge General Manager….
Fresh Off the Boat: LAGO by Julian Serrano at the Bellagio Hotel.
Who hasn’t heard of the opening of LAGO by Julian Serrano, raise your hand! Oh, everyone has… Even if many foodies have heard of this new restaurant opening, it’s nevertheless exciting news: the Bellagio Hotel will be hosting a branch of famous Como Lake inspired LA restaurant. Hotel dining is ramping up in Shanghai like…
Urban Lifestyle – Staycation at Mandarin Oriental
A staycation is defined as a mini-holiday in the same place of residence, or in its vicinities. After reading an ad on Shanghaiist about Mandarin Oriental staycation offer, I decided to hop on the trend and book me and my boyfriend a one-night package for our 5th anniversary.
HOT Hotel Brunch: Kitchen Studios at Andaz Xintiandi.
Who loves a good hotel brunch? By hotel brunch I mean those all-you-can-eat and drink meals where you sit at the table around 11:30am and roll out of the restaurant four or five hours later drunk and fat like a bear. Only to then clumsily stumble back home and order a bottle or two on…