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One usually wouldn’t consider Cantonese cuisine to be healthy but with Chef Yip Cheung Shui at the helm, expect the improbable.
For many Malaysians, when Penang is mentioned, they think about food; not of posh restaurants but rather of humble eateries and hawker stalls along narrow streets. To most foodies, Penang is synonymous with awesome hawker fare.
This 27 August to 9 September, you’ll be in for a spicy and sour treat at the Malaysian Food Street. For only two weeks, guest chef Auntie Mooi from Penang will be in town to dish out the traditional Penang Laksa, more commonly known in Singapore as the Assam Laksa.
With scorching weather and humidity levels peaking at 94%, wouldn’t you wish for a quick getaway to cool down and refresh? (We know we would). And for those who dread the long drive to Malaysia or the bumpy ride on the rough seas, we have a solution that’s just a bridge away. What better way to wind down and relax than to immerse yourself in the lush greenery and the calm serenity of Equarius Hotel at Resort World Sentosa. Here are 3 reasons to stay at Equarius Hotel this August and September.
Come August, five of our restaurants – namely Osia, Forest 森, Feng Shui Inn, Palio and Starz – will be featuring a One Dish, Two Wines promotion. It is exactly what you think it is – a pairing of two wines to a signature dish from each of these establishments. To non wine connoisseurs, wines might be mistaken as mere food accompaniments. But wines are more than that; they can alter and add a whole new dimension to your meal.
We decided to break down the wines featured in the One Dish, Two Wines promotion, so that you’ll have a deeper appreciation of that glass you’ll be sipping. Make that two glasses.