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omy.sg and Wanbao Festive Gourmet Food Trail – Shin Yeh Restaurant (欣叶台菜) and Fairmont Hotel Szechuan Court

I attended a second feast event last Saturday, organised by omy.sg and Lianhe Wanbao, together with omy Blog Club bloggers, Goh Yong Wei and Kiyomi Lim.

This time, we feasted at Shin Yeh Restaurant (欣叶台菜) and Fairmont Hotel Szechuan Court. The previous feast was at Ngee Ann City Crystal Jade Palace (义安城翡翠皇宫) and Swissotel Merchant Court.

The event is a special collaboration with eight well-known restaurants, together with veterian food critic Ah Lun (黄卓伦), tasked with bringing a group of readers on an exclusive festive gourmet food trail for four consecutive Saturdays.

We visited Shin Yeh Restaurant first for a Chinese New Year meal and Szechuan Court next for a Christmas meal. To find out more about the event, you can check out omy.sg’s event report.

The Chinese New Year menu at Shin Yeh consists of:
风生水起: 腾龙大鱼生 Fortune Yu Sheng
大鹏展翅: 台式佛跳墙 Taiwan-style “Buddha Jump Over Wall”
年年有余: 树子蒸筍壳 Steamed Marble Goby with Small Olives
金凤迎春: 乌龙茶蒸鸡 Smoked Chicken with Premium Oolong Tea
祥瑞迎福: 红豆椰香雪花冰 Red Beans over Shaved Coconut Ices and Yam Cubes
Surprise Dish 1: Wok-fried Prawn Balls with Fresh Lily Bulbs and Gingko Nuts
Surprise Dish 2: Glutinous Rice Balls coated with Ground Peanuts (Muah Chee)

Shin Yeh Restaurant, specialising in quality Taiwanese cuisine
Shin Yeh Restaurant, specialising in quality Taiwanese cuisine
Fortune Yu Sheng
Fortune Yu Sheng
Lo hei!
Lo hei!
Chef welcome
Chef welcome
Shin Yeh chefs joined in too for the lo hei
Shin Yeh chefs joined in too for the lo hei
Budhha Jump over Wall - Double-boiled Shark's Fin with Abalone, Pig's Stomach, Chicken, Scallop and Sea Cucumber in Casserole
Budhha Jump over Wall - Double-boiled Shark's Fin with Abalone, Pig's Stomach, Chicken, Scallop and Sea Cucumber
Lots of good stuff in the soup
Lots of good stuff in the soup
Orange peeling competition
Orange peeling competition
Steamed Marble Goby
Steamed Marble Goby
Smoked Chicken with Premium Oolong Tea
Smoked Chicken with Premium Oolong Tea
Wok-fried prawn balls with lily bulbs
Wok-fried prawn balls with lily bulbs
Taiwan Muah Chee
Taiwan Muah Chee
Award-winning Taiwan-style Red Beans over Shaved Coconut Ice and Yam Cubes
Award-winning Taiwan-style Red Beans over Shaved Coconut Ice and Yam Cubes
Chef thank you
Chef thank you

The Christmas menu at Szechuan Court consists of:
前菜~ 冬季椎茸凉拌菜 Winter Salad
热汤~ 鲍肚滋补养颜汤 Abalone Soup
海鲜~ 圣诞浓酱烧鳕鱼 Christmas Codfish
主菜~ 四川秘制干葱鸡 Szechuan Chicken
三甜品~ 杨枝甘露+麻辣雪糕+寒冬清汤 Desert Platter
Surprise Dish: Christmas Cake

Chef welcome
Chef welcome
Winter salad
Winter salad
Abalone soup, filled with other goodies like the dried oyster in the picture
Abalone soup, filled with other goodies like the dried oyster in the picture
Christmas codfish
Christmas codfish
Stage game where contestants have to pick mahjong tiles from a tank of icy water
Stage game where contestants have to pick mahjong tiles from a tank of icy water
Szechuan chicken with yellow rice
Szechuan chicken with yellow rice
Very beautiful desert platter
Very beautiful desert platter
First time I tried Chili Ice Cream!
First time I tried Chili Ice Cream!
Chef introducing his surprise dish
Chef introducing his surprise dish
A Christmas cake to round up the day
A Christmas cake to round up the day

If you are interested to join this food trail, registration is still open for the remaining sessions on 19 and 26 Nov at $108 per pax or $88 per pax if you register in a group of 2 or more.

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Gourmet Food Trail with Ah Lun (阿伦笑吃人间 周末趴趴吃) – Part 4 of 5: Straits Café @ Rendezvous Hotel and Ah Yat Seafood Restaurant at Turf City (马城阿一海鲜)

Happy diners at the fourth Ah Lun food trail
Happy diners at the fourth Ah Lun food trail

In a special collaboration with ten well-known restaurants, omy.sg and Lianhe Wanbao, together with veterian food critic Ah Lun (黄卓伦) brought a group of readers on exclusive gourmet food trails for five consecutive Saturdays.

Each week, a group of 80+ readers visited two restaurants together with Ah Lun to sample their signature dishes as well as specially created dishes, not available on the restaurants’ menu.

Other than eating, participants also had the rare opportunities to meet with the restaurants’ chefs, some of them even sharing a few cooking tips on the spot.

For the fourth event, I attended the food trail together with fellow bloggers, Yong Wei and Mint Leong.

We visited the Straits Café @ Rendezvous Hotel for the first session and Ah Yat Seafood Restaurant at Turf City (马城阿一海鲜) for the latter session.

Here’s the menu for the first stop:

养颜甘榜鸡汤
菊花香露鳕鱼
芒果妈蜜鸡卷
鸿运糟香排骨
Surprise Dishes: Signature laksa, Durian cake, Almond jelly with sea coconut

I enjoyed the Marmite mango chicken and their signature, award-winning laksa. The food at Straits Cafe are generally quite simple, hence it’s harder to be particularly fond of any dishes.

Guests flowing into Straits Cafe
Guests flowing into Straits Cafe
Guests all settled, waiting for food to be served
Guests all settled, waiting for food to be served
养颜甘榜鸡汤
养颜甘榜鸡汤
菊花香露鳕鱼
菊花香露鳕鱼
芒果妈蜜鸡卷
芒果妈蜜鸡卷
鸿运糟香排骨
鸿运糟香排骨
Straits Cafe's award-winning laksa
Straits Cafe's award-winning laksa
Durian cake
Durian cake
Almond jelly with sea coconut
Almond jelly with sea coconut
Straits Cafe head chef greeting everyone
Straits Cafe head chef greeting everyone
Yong Wei participating in one of the games
Yong Wei participating in one of the games

Moving on to Ah Yat Seafood Restaurant at Turf City, here’s the menu at the second stop:

白玉藏珍炖翅裙
玉树麒麟星斑球
松荔茸香酥大鸭
鲜蟹肉片儿汤面
Surprise Dishes: Golden coin meat and Salted egg yolk kueh

The two surprise dishes were really memorable. Both items are not available on their regular menu, but I think they will be crowd favourites if introduced. The head chef must have put in a lot of effort to design and craft these two dishes.

I enjoyed all the other dishes as well. Each aesthetically pleasing and rich in flavour. This is definitely one of the best menu I have sampled so far for this food trail.

Kudos to the head chef and the staff at Ah Yat Seafood Restaurant.

白玉藏珍炖翅裙
白玉藏珍炖翅裙
玉树麒麟星斑球
玉树麒麟星斑球
松荔茸香酥大鸭
松荔茸香酥大鸭
Yam filling with a piece of duck meat at the bottom
Yam filling with a piece of duck meat at the bottom
Cooking demo by the head chef
Cooking demo by the head chef
Making wanton skin soup
Making wanton skin soup
鲜蟹肉片儿汤面
鲜蟹肉片儿汤面
Golden coin meat, skewered with an asparagus, liver and prawn
Golden coin meat, skewered with an asparagus, liver and prawn
Salted egg layered kueh - my favourite dish
Salted egg layered kueh - my favourite dish
Yong Wei loves the kueh just as much
Yong Wei loves the kueh just as much
I really love this - the coconut kueh and salted egg blended really well
The coconut kueh and salted egg blended really well
Mint participating in one of the stage games
Mint participating in one of the stage games
A toast to all
A toast to all
Lucky draw winner
Lucky draw winner

To read about the previous Ah Lun food trails:

Part 1: Crystal Jade Korean BBQ and East Ocean Teochew Restaurant

Part 2: Mandarin Court Chinese Restaurantand Lao Beijing

Part 3: Long Beach King and Marina Mandarin Peach Blossoms

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Gourmet Food Trail with Ah Lun (阿伦笑吃人间 周末趴趴吃) – Part 3 of 5: Long Beach King (长堤海霸王海鲜酒楼) and Marina Mandarin Peach Blossoms (滨华酒店 鸿桃轩)

In a special collaboration with ten well-known restaurants, omy.sg and Lianhe Wanbao, together with veterian food critic Ah Lun (黄卓伦) will be bringing a group of readers on an exclusive gourmet food trail for five consecutive Saturdays.

Each week, a group of 80+ readers will visit two restaurants together with Ah Lun to sample their signature dishes as well as specially created dishes, not available on the restaurants’ menu.

Other than eating, participants will also have the rare opportunities to meet with the restaurants’ chef who will be answering questions and even sharing a few cooking tips on the spot.

Last Saturday was the third event. I attended the food trail together with fellow bloggers, Cherie Lee and Calvin Timothy.

We visited Long Beach King (长堤海霸王海鲜酒楼) at Kallang for the first session and Peach Blossoms at Marina Mandarin (滨华酒店 鸿桃轩) for the latter session.

Here’s the menu for the first stop:

莺歌活龙虾
蒜蓉圣旨王
丽影凤翅
东坡骨
冷热甜品 杏仁露+黑糯米雪糕+千丝猫山王榴梿卷
Surprise Dishes: Cuttlefish with fried Kang Kong, Fried Hor Fun with Seafood

I particularly like their award-wining chicken wing, pork ribs and Mao Shang Wang (猫山王) durian dessert.

The fried, crispy Kang Kong vegetable and fried, crispy Hor Fun were both delightful surprises. This style of cooking is not available in the regular menu, but are available upon request when ordering. Next time you head down to a Long Beach restaurant, do try ordering them. 🙂

The hosts, Ah Lun and Xiao Peng introducing the head chef at Long Beach King
The hosts, Ah Lun and Xiao Peng introducing the head chef at Long Beach King
莺歌活龙虾
莺歌活龙虾
Ah Lun mingling with the participants as the food was served
Ah Lun mingling with the participants as the food was served
蒜蓉圣旨王
蒜蓉圣旨王
丽影凤翅
丽影凤翅
东坡骨
东坡骨
Introducing the surprise dishes
Introducing the surprise dishes
Cuttlefish with fried kang kong which tasted like crunchy Japanese seaweed
Cuttlefish with fried kang kong which tasted like crunchy Japanese seaweed
Delightful seafood hor fun, whereby half of the hor fun was fried
Delightful seafood hor fun, whereby half of the hor fun was fried
冷热甜品 杏仁露+黑糯米雪糕+千丝猫山王榴梿卷
冷热甜品 杏仁露+黑糯米雪糕+千丝猫山王榴梿卷
千丝猫山王榴梿卷
千丝猫山王榴梿卷
杏仁露+黑糯米雪糕
杏仁露+黑糯米雪糕
Salute to this 81 year old grandma who has worked with Long Beach for eons
Salute to this 81 year old grandma who has worked with Long Beach for eons
All the chefs came out to greet everyone
All the chefs came out to greet everyone

Moving on to Marina Mandarin, here’s the menu for the day from their Peach Blossoms Restaurant:

海鲜鱼翅瓜汤
XO带子花枝片
艳丽麒麟鲈鱼
霸王海鲜炒饭
Surprise Dishes: Dang Gui Chicken, Chilled Mango Sago & Pomelo with Lime Sherbet

The dishes I enjoyed here were the two surprise dishes. The other items were more ordinary, with lavish ingredient.

At Marina Mandarin
At Marina Mandarin
Menu for the day
Menu for the day
海鲜鱼翅瓜汤
海鲜鱼翅瓜汤
XO带子花枝片
XO带子花枝片
艳丽麒麟鲈鱼
艳丽麒麟鲈鱼
霸王海鲜炒饭
霸王海鲜炒饭
Cooking demonstration by the head chef
Cooking demonstration by the head chef
Dang Gui Chicken
Dang Gui Chicken
Cherie and Calvin bonding over Dang Gui Chicken
Cherie and Calvin bonding over Dang Gui Chicken
Chilled Mango Sago & Pomelo with Lime Sherbet
Chilled Mango Sago & Pomelo with Lime Sherbet
Various stage games
Various stage games
Ah Lun bonding with the participants
Ah Lun bonding with the participants
Cherie and Calvin
Cherie and Calvin
Group picture of the working crew
Group picture of the working crew

Registration for the food trail is priced at $75 per pax or $58 per pax if you register in a group of 2 to 3 pax. All the slots for the remaining sessions have been fully booked. Nonetheless, you can stay tuned to omy.sg’s Ah Lun’s food column for more reports and photos of the events.  :)

To read about the previous Ah Lun food trails:

Part 1: Crystal Jade Korean BBQ and East Ocean Teochew Restaurant

Part 2: Mandarin Court Chinese Restaurantand Lao Beijing

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Gourmet Food Trail with Ah Lun (阿伦笑吃人间 周末趴趴吃) – Part 2 of 5: Mandarin Court Chinese Restaurant (文华酒店 文华苑)and Lao Beijing (老北京食堂)

Group photo of all the participants in the second food trail with Ah Lun
Group photo of all the participants in the second food trail with Ah Lun

In a special collaboration with ten well-known restaurants, omy.sg and Lianhe Wanbao, together with veterian food critic Ah Lun (黄卓伦) brought a group of readers on an exclusive gourmet food trail for five consecutive Saturdays.

Last Saturday was the second event. Together with omy bloggers, Aussie Pete and Keropok Man, we visited Mandarin Court at Mandarin Orchard (文华酒店 文华苑) for the first session and Lao Beijing (老北京食堂) at Tiong Bahru Plaza for the latter session.

Each week, a group of 80+ readers will visit two restaurants together with Ah Lun to sample their signature dishes as well as specially created dishes, not available on the restaurants’ menu.

Other than eating, participants will also have the rare opportunities to meet with the restaurants’ chef who will be answering questions and even sharing a few cooking tips on the spot.

Below are some photos taken at the event.

Participants trickling in
Participants trickling in
Our big boss at SPH's Chinese Newspaper Division, Mr Robin Hu (centre) welcoming everyone
Our big boss at SPH's Chinese Newspaper Division, Mr Robin Hu (centre) welcoming everyone
Ah Lun introducing the Mandarin Court head chef
Ah Lun introducing the Mandarin Court head chef
The Mandarin Court menu
The Mandarin Court menu

We sampled the following dishes at Mandarin Court:

前菜~ 锦绣虾球(糖醋虾球+芥末虾球+咸蛋虾球)
热汤~ 龙虫草炖珍珠鸡
海鲜~ 果皮鱼汤银丝浸红鱼
面食~ 鱼香茄子焖伊面
甜品~ 万紫千红芦荟冻
Surprise Dish: Peking Duck

前菜~ 锦绣虾球(糖醋虾球+芥末虾球+咸蛋虾球) - I particularly enjoyed the salted egg version in the middle
前菜~ 锦绣虾球(糖醋虾球+芥末虾球+咸蛋虾球) - I particularly enjoyed the salted egg version in the middle
热汤~ 龙虫草炖珍珠鸡 - very nourishing!
热汤~ 龙虫草炖珍珠鸡 - very nourishing!
Fish soup demonstration
Fish soup demonstration
海鲜~ 果皮鱼汤银丝浸红鱼
海鲜~ 果皮鱼汤银丝浸红鱼
The chefs skillfully skinning the Peking Ducks on-the-spot
The chefs skillfully skinning the Peking Ducks on-the-spot
Peking Duck - love this!
Peking Duck - love this!
The remaining duck meat served, stir-fried with veggies
The remaining duck meat served, stir-fried with veggies
面食~ 鱼香茄子焖伊面
面食~ 鱼香茄子焖伊面
甜品~ 万紫千红芦荟冻
甜品~ 万紫千红芦荟冻

The chef gave an on-the-spot demonstration of how to cook the fish soup which was served. This was followed by some stage games including an impromptus “fashion show” by gaming food trail participants.

A lucky draw was conducted at the end, whereby the top prize was an one night weekend stay at Mandarin Orchard, very generous of the hotel to sponsor this.

Winner of the Mandarin Orchard hotel stay
Winner of the Mandarin Orchard hotel stay
Food trail hosts, Xiao Peng and Ah Lun with the head chef at Mandarin Court
Food trail hosts, Xiao Peng and Ah Lun with the head chef at Mandarin Court
On board the bus to the second location
On board the bus to the second location

At Lao Beijing, we had the following dishes:

老北京炖鸡汤
剁椒鱼头
京酱肉丝
农家香干煲
三菇炒菠菜
小笼汤包+三鲜锅贴
太后养颜美点之驴打滚
Surprise Dish: Popiah

The head chef at Lao Beijing greeting everyone
The head chef at Lao Beijing greeting everyone
I was seated at a table with Pete and Keropokman
I was seated at a table with Pete and Keropokman
The menu at Lao Beijing
The menu at Lao Beijing
Chef entertaining everyone with his singing
Chef entertaining everyone with his singing
老北京炖鸡汤
老北京炖鸡汤
剁椒鱼头 - looks very spicy, but doesn't taste as fiery as it looks
剁椒鱼头 - looks very spicy, but doesn't taste as fiery as it looks
农家香干煲
农家香干煲
京酱肉丝 - to be wrapped in a beancurd skin
京酱肉丝 - to be wrapped in a beancurd skin
The beancurd skin
The beancurd skin
Wrapped pork slices in beancurd skin
Wrapped pork slices in beancurd skin
三菇炒菠菜
三菇炒菠菜
Surprise birthday cake for three participants, courtesy of Lao Beijing restaurant
Surprise birthday cake for three participants, courtesy of Lao Beijing restaurant
Popiah ingredient
Popiah ingredient
Popiah rolling demonstration by the chef
Popiah rolling demonstration by the chef
Ah Lun's turn
Ah Lun's turn
Pete's turn
Pete's turn
Everyone getting busy making popiah
Everyone getting busy making popiah
Rolling my popiah
Rolling my popiah
My self-wrapped popiah
My self-wrapped popiah
三鲜锅贴
三鲜锅贴
小笼汤包
小笼汤包
太后养颜美点之驴打滚
太后养颜美点之驴打滚

The chef greeted everyone with a traditional opera song, followed by an on-the-spot demonstration on rolling the perfect popiah. Ah Lun chipped in to demonstrate his version of popiah rolling too. Aussie Pete was also roped on stage to make his first popiah.  You can read more about Pete’s experience on his blog.

Tomorrow, I will be heading to Long Beach King and Ah Yat Seafood with bloggers, Cherie and Calvin Timothy. Stay tuned. 🙂

To read about the first food trail with Ah Lun:

Part 1 of 5: Crystal Jade Korean BBQ (翡翠韩国烧烤) and East Ocean Teochew Restaurant (东海潮州酒家)

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Gourmet Food Trail with Ah Lun (阿伦笑吃人间 周末趴趴吃) – Part 1 of 5: Crystal Jade Korean BBQ (翡翠韩国烧烤) and East Ocean Teochew Restaurant (东海潮州酒家)

In a special collaboration with ten well-known restaurants, omy.sg and Lianhe Wanbao, together with veterian food critic Ah Lun (黄卓伦) will be bringing a group of readers on an exclusive gourmet food trail for five consecutive Saturdays.

Each week, a group of 80+ readers will visit two restaurants together with Ah Lun to sample their signature dishes as well as specially created dishes, not available on the restaurants’ menu.

How much gourmet food can you stomach in 6 hours? Register for the food trail now to find out!

Other than eating, participants will also have the rare opportunities to meet with the restaurants’ chef who will be answering questions and even sharing a few cooking tips on the spot.

Last Saturday was the first event. Together with omy bloggers, Shanice Koh and Foodeology, we visited Crystal Jade Korean BBQ (翡翠韩国烧烤) at nex for the first session and East Ocean Teochew Restaurant (东海潮州酒家) at Shaw Centre for the latter session.

Guests signing in at the first restaurant
Guests signing in at the first restaurant

Here’s the list of 5 feature dishes served at Crystal Jade, plus an additional surprise dish which was only revealed on the day itself:

The 6 feature dishes at Crystal Jade Korean BBQ
The 6 feature dishes at Crystal Jade Korean BBQ

迎宾六味小菜
艳彩什锦饭团
韩式白切猪肉
韩家风味凉面
火锅烧烤自助大餐 (including beef tongue and choice cuts of pork)
Surprise Dish: Steamed Tilapia

迎宾六味小菜
迎宾六味小菜
韩式白切猪肉
韩式白切猪肉
艳彩什锦饭团
艳彩什锦饭团
火锅烧烤自助大餐
火锅烧烤自助大餐
韩家风味凉面
韩家风味凉面
Yummy fatty pork
Yummy fatty pork
Three-layer fatty pork
Three-layer fatty pork
Veggies
Veggies

The restaurant is buffet-styled, offering a wide selection of fresh meat, seafood and vegetable for barbecue and steamboat dining.

Participants enjoying the food
Participants enjoying the food
My lady boss from omy.sg, addressing everyone
My lady boss from omy.sg, addressing everyone
Wide selection of barbecue ingredient
Wide selection of barbecue ingredient
There are ready cooked items on the buffet spread as well
There are ready cooked items on the buffet spread as well
Participants enjoying the buffet spread
Participants enjoying the buffet spread
I quite like these dessert items
I quite like these dessert items

The 6 feature dishes were already arranged neatly on the tables when we sat down. These items are not normally in the buffet menu, but were specially served for this occasion.

I particularly like the beef tongue and fatty pork. Ah Lun taught us to barbecue the beef tongue quickly, flipping it just once so that it will be chewy on the outside and tender on the inside. Delicious!

Yummy beef tongue
Yummy beef tongue
The two invited bloggers, sharing the cold noodle platter
The two invited bloggers, sharing the cold noodle platter

The restaurant chef did an on-the-spot demo on making kimchi which attracted the attention of many of the participants.

Chef demo on making kimchi
Chef demo on making kimchi
Participants playing a "word continuation" game
Participants playing a "word continuation" game
Steamed tilapia surprise dish which was rolled out last
Steamed tilapia surprise dish which was rolled out last

Moving on to the next restaurant, here is the list of 6 feature dishes served at East Ocean plus the surprise dish:

East Ocean Teochew Restaurant
East Ocean Teochew Restaurant
Inside the restaurant
Inside the restaurant
Ah Lun addressing everyone
Ah Lun addressing everyone

前菜~ 贵妃醉酒
热汤~ 金钟宝
主菜~ 酱烧黑猪肉
海鲜~ 咸鲜(一鱼两味)
面食~ 掌门虾仔面
甜品 杨枝甘露
Surprise Dish: Animal-shaped Dim Sum

前菜~ 贵妃醉酒
前菜~ 贵妃醉酒
Close-up of the starter which consist of fresh clams, needle pin mushroom and jellyfish
Close-up of the starter which consist of fresh clams, needle pin mushroom and jellyfish
热汤~ 金钟宝
热汤~ 金钟宝
There's morsels of seafood in the soup, including abalone and shark's fin
There's morsels of seafood in the soup, including abalone and shark's fin
The restaurant chef came out to greet everyone and introduce his creations
The restaurant chef came out to greet everyone and introduce his creations
海鲜~ 咸鲜(一鱼两味)
海鲜~ 咸鲜(一鱼两味)
Half of the fish was fried while the other half was steamed
Half of the fish was fried while the other half was steamed
The fish was nicely plated and many people were taking photos of the dish
The fish was nicely plated and many people were taking photos of the dish
主菜~ 酱烧黑猪肉
主菜~ 酱烧黑猪肉
Close-up of the luxurious Japanese black pig meat
Close-up of the luxurious Japanese black pig meat
面食~ 掌门虾仔面
面食~ 掌门虾仔面
Close-up of the goose feet
Close-up of the goose feet
甜品 杨枝甘露
甜品 杨枝甘露
Rabbit-shaped coconut buns
Rabbit-shaped coconut buns
Penguin-shaped lotus paste buns
Penguin-shaped lotus paste buns

At East Ocean, dishes were served course by course. The highlight was a dish called “咸鲜”, whereby a fish was served both fried and steamed with heavy salt.

I enjoyed all the dishes served. From the seafood golden pumpkin soup to the Kagoshima Kurobuta (かごしま黒豚) to the goose feet noodle. Each was unique and delightful.

A game that involves putting on and off multiple tee-shirts
A game that involves putting on and off multiple tee-shirts
The boss of East Ocean Restaurant (centre) picking the lucky draw winners
The boss of East Ocean Restaurant (centre) picking the lucky draw winners
The restaurant manager, Dennis, gamingly took to the stage to serenade everyone with some Hokkien songs
The restaurant manager, Dennis, gamingly took to the stage to serenade everyone with some Hokkien songs

The surprise dish featured a platter of rabbit-shaped coconut buns and a platter of penguin-shaped lotus paste buns. They were so cute to look at that one can barely wolf them down.

If you are interested to join this food trail, registration is still open for the remaining sessions at $75 per pax or $58 per pax if you register in a group of 2 to 3 pax. 🙂

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