PUBLISHED April 1st, 2020 06:00 am
Whether you’re staying home or heading out to show our local restaurants some love, there’s sugar and spice aplenty for gourmets this week. Buffet spot Spice Brasserie has cooked up a safety-friendly menu of street eats, while Shang Social has an immunity-boosting spread to warm our souls. On the sugary side of things, sink your sweet tooth into some luscious ruby chocolate or Janice Wong’s subscription box treats.
Spice Brasserie Sizzles Up A La Carte Menu
Spice Brasserie has put its beloved buffet line on pause, but don’t fret: it’s cooked up a weekday à la carte menu of Asian street fare instead. Get your buffet-line favourites delivered fuss-free to your table, from comforting Seafood Broken Rice Claypot Porridge (S$6.80) to fluffy Naan with Goan Fish Curry (S$5.80) and decadent Oyster Omelette (S$5.80). On weekends, indulgence gets serious with an ALL You Can Eat Weekend Treat (S$45 for lunch, S$55 for dinner) of free-flow offerings − think slow-grilled meats, seafood on ice, and much more.
Spice Brasserie‘s Asian Street Food A la Carte Menu is available from now till 30 April 2020, Mon-Fri 12pm−2.30pm and Mon-Thurs 6pm− 10pm, at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road, 181 Kitchener Rd, Singapore 208533, p. +65 6428 3160. The Asian Street Food ALL You Can Eat Weekend Treat is available from now till 26 April 2020, Sat-Sun 12pm−2.30pm and Fri-Sun 6pm−10pm.
BBR by Alain Ducasse Unveils Sultry Spanish Set Menu
Take your tastebuds on a tour of Spain with BBR by Alain Ducasse‘s new curated menu. The Spanish Very BBR set menu (S$128++ per pax) features eight courses of the Mediterranean’s finest, beginning with ocean gems like Arroz Bomba con Langosta − a rich new starter of bomba rice and lobster − and the signature Pulpo a la Gallega − tender-grilled octopus jazzed up with paprika. Along with a glass of passionfruit-infused Red Sangria and three kinds of dessert, it’s all we need to take us straight to coastal heaven. Oh, did we mention that groups of four get to pay a promotional price for three?
BBR by Alain Ducasse‘s Spanish Very BBR set menu is available from now till 13 April 2020, on Mon & Thurs-Sat 6pm−10pm and Sun 6pm−9pm, at Raffles Hotel Singapore, 1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673, p. +65 6412 1816.
Janice Wong Unveils Monthly Subscription Box
Janice Wong barely needs introduction − the two-time Asia’s Best Pastry Chef winner and chef-owner of 2am:dessertbar is a household name amongst dessert lovers. With her freshly launched monthly subscription box (S$35/month for six months), she’s making it easier than ever to get your gourmet sugar rush. Each surprise box will come filled with signature sweets and exclusive new items, along with nutritious treats from New Zealand brand Optimo Foods. Aspiring chefs can also get their bake on with recipe cards, essential ingredients, chocolate paint, and more.
Check out Janice Wong’s subscription box service here.
Shang Social Serves Up Food For The Soul
We could all do with some soul food right now, and contemporary Chinese restaurant Shang Social has just the nourishment. Their new five-course ‘Food for the Soul’ set menu (S$38++, min. two pax) is packed with immunity-boosting foods, served up using age-old Chinese techniques with modern twists. Fortify your energies with protein-rich Double Boiled Chinese Yam Soup with Pork Cartilage, dig into the spleen-invigorating Fried Five Grain Rice with Truffle, and wash it all down with everyone’s favourite superfood: Avocado Puree, topped with silky vanilla ice-cream.
Shang Social‘s ‘Food for the Soul’ set menu is available daily at Shang Social DINING, Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Boulevard, #01-219 to 222, Singapore 819666, p. +65 6346 0260.
Magnum Ruby Launches in Singapore
Two of the dessert world’s greatest inventions − ruby chocolate and ice-cream − meld in one velvety bar with Magnum Ruby. Berry-fresh and naturally pretty in pink, Swiss cocoa producer Barry Callebaut’s ruby chocolate has been taking chocoholics by storm since last year. The new Magnum Ruby features a gorgeous shell of ruby chocolate; bite into it, and let the luscious filling of white chocolate ice-cream and raspberry swirls melt on your tongue. Since one won’t be enough, a minipack of six retails at S$10.90, while the impulse size is priced at S$3.90.
Magnum Ruby is available from 1 April 2020 at major supermarkets across Singapore, as well as on RedMart and foodpanda Singapore.
Top Image: BBR by Alain Ducasse, Churros con Chocolate