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Splashing at the water theme park and appreciating the beauty of the sea takes a lot out of you. Re-fuel at these 3 F&B outlets. Get ready for food that fits every budget.
The Big Break hits the screens on 14 November 2012. Amid the hype, we go back to the basics and take a look at the stories behind the production. Our colleague Janice Ang was in the thick of the selection process. She gives a small peek into the world of reality TV with heart.
Some of you might be confused by this news; hasn’t the Resort been around since 2010? Yes it has, but by 7 December, the Resort will be fully opened and operational. This means that all its attractions including Universal Studios Singapore®, the Maritime Experiential Museum, and the highly anticipated Marine Life Park will be up and running, alongside all 6 hotels and over 60 F&B offerings.
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.
Dragging your feet to lunch? Tired of the same old dining options? We think that it’s a sin to not fully utilize your lunch breaks because lunch is an important meal and a good time to re-energise for the remaining half of the day. So here’s something sweet for all RWS Invites members – grab one paying friend or more and you can have lunch on us at seven of our fine restaurants from now till 31 July 2012. Just present your RWS Invites upon ordering.
Here are some highlights from each restaurant.
I remember the Mother’s Day cards my brother and I used to painstakingly hand-draw when we were children, and how mum would cherish them all. Just last year during the spring cleaning season, she unearthed a box that held all the cards we ever made her. Something about that box of archived memories spoke louder than any declaration of love or comfort that she could have given us, and I realize the greatest gift is an experience and the meaning behind the gift, rather than the physical gift itself.
With only a week left to 13 May, we’ve put together a list of experiences that you can get Mum for Mother’s Day, to show her how much she means to you.
Xiao Long Bao – These were the three words that came to mind when we heard that authentic Shanghainese cuisine will be showcased at Resorts World Sentosa’s well-loved Global Gourmet Kitchen series. Award-winning chefs from the legendary Lü Bo Lang restaurant have been specially flown in to prepare authentic creations at Feng Shui Inn™.
For the uninitiated, eating the Xiao Long Bao is an art and requires a certain technique. To truly savour the essence of this Shanghai delicacy, it’s not as simple as putting the soup dumpling in your mouth, chewing and swallowing it.
It would have been a mundane Monday (with abysmally humid weather) but for the anticipation of the start of 11 days of gastronomic pleasures. 6:30 PM at the Maritime Experiential Museum saw the gathering of hosting chefs, guest chefs, and the who’s who of the hosting establishments for an exclusive pre-opening press conference. It was apt that the 16th World Gourmet Summit would kick start at the museum – the sails of the Bao Chuan in the background was a majestic symbol of 16 years of epicurean collaborations, culinary innovation and good taste.