Eats: Dine Out This Weekend

Category: Mums Corner

Looking for some dining options for the family? Try these yummy places.



Tsui Wah

Clarke Quay


Why you need to visit Tsui Wah

With over 60 outlets in Hong Kong, Macau and China, Tsui Wah, the Hong Kong-style “Cha Chaan Teng” has reached our shores and opened the doors of its first Southeast Asian outlet.


What to eat?

Diners at Tsui Wah Clarke Quay can look forward to enjoying signature items such as the Milk Tea, Crispy Bun with Condensed Milk, and the Curry Series, among others. More exciting updates are to come as the menu progressively expands in the upcoming months.


What else you need to know

In the past months, chefs from Tsui Wah Hong Kong have been in Singapore training the local staff. Some of these chefs will also be stationed here to have a hand in food preparation and ensure the high standards of quality and freshness. With that, diners can look forward to Tsui Wah’s authentic culinary culture of Classic Hong Kong flavours.




Yellow Pot

Six Senses Duxton


Why you need to visit the Yellow Pot

This modern Chinese restaurant and bar that is inspired by the age-old Chinese philosophy of balanced living and healthy eating so you can expect classic and innovative Chinese cuisine that favours healthful, organic and sustainably-sourced ingredients.


What to eat?

Ready to start your nourishing journey? Start the meal with an array of appetisers, roast meats and comforting soups such as the Chilled Organic Vine-Ripened Tomatoes, Braised Duck Spring Roll and Chicken Soup. Next, treat your taste buds with the Steamed Kühlbarra Barramundi and the Wok-Seared Organic Grass-Fed Beef Tenderloin. What’s a balanced meal without its greens? Choose from Wok-Seared Organic Grass-Fed Beef Tenderloin, 14-day Aged Tofu and more. For dessert to complete the meal, the Lemongrass & Calamansi Jelly and Hand-blended Almond Tea are some refreshing choices.


What to drink?

Using traditional herbs and botanicals, choose from a selection of signature Yellow Pot cocktails. Inspired by the flower of Kaifeng city, the bar’s trademark cocktail Escape to Kaifenginfuses house-made chrysanthemum cordial with Tanqueray London dry gin for a delicately floral aperitif. If you’re not in the mood for something alcoholic, the Kaifeng is the perfect choice.




One Sushi

Northpoint City Town Square


Why you need to visit One Sushi

This first-ever home-grown Sushi restaurant features a unique two-tier conveyor belt concept – the bottom which is a rotating sushi belt and the top which delivers your orders right to your table. 


What to eat?

Take your pick from 50 yellow-plated $1.50 Sushi such as the Uni Sushi. You’ll be glad to know that the Ikura Gunkan is permanently priced at just $1.00. Want more? Savour the highlights in the à la carte menu such as the Japanese air-flown Hamachi Kama, the rich and creamy Hotate Mentai and the Double Salmon Roll and you won’t go wrong.



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