Jack’s Place launches a new concept, Cola Café, in tandem with its revamped look, beginning at its newest restaurant outlet at Paya Lebar Square. Read more about Jack’s Place’s new look and menu at my previous post. Adjacent to Jack’s Place, Cola Café is a casual outlet catering to a diverse age group – counting in youths, working colleagues, homemakers and retirees – to catch up and linger over coffee and tea, as well as enjoy cakes, pastries and ice cream. There’re also salads and pastas on the menu if you’re intending to grab a quick lunch or dinner. Continue reading
Brunch is one singular meal of the day that makes me radiate enthusiasm. Part of the charm is about waking up late and having breakfast food at lunch. It could be a simple afternoon of café-sitting, or it could be a luxurious affair like having a buffet at The Knolls of Capella Singapore.
The Mediterranean spread at The Knolls reveals praise-worthy virtue –the standard of food speaks for itself. Highlights include fine-cut meats at the live station, foie gras-something-of-the-day presented on wooden boards alongside dainty savouries, freshly shucked oysters in a few varieties, and more.
Roosevelt’s Diner & Bar is holding a Waffle Eating Challenge from now till 30 July 2014 (extended from 18 July 2014). The challenge is: finish 3 waffles stacked with whipped cream, topped with a scoop of ice cream and drizzled with chocolate sauce in 5 minutes.
I was eager to try the newly improved waffle, as I heard they’ve fine-tuned the recipe since my last visit (read my previous review here: http://melicacy.com/?p=7173). Turns out I was in for more than just a tasting.
This food challenge is all about the speed! Finish in 5 minutes or less and it’s on the house. You stand to win a $100 Roosevelt’s Dining Voucher too!