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4 Fab Restaurants to Eat at this Weekend

Whether you want to eat clean, eat noodles or take that special someone on a date, we’ve got a dining option for you!

1. JBM Coffee & Dining

Who would dine in the CBD on a weekend? We would, just to savour the yummy dishes at JBM Coffee & Dining again. The JBM Ling Duck ($19) – linguine in a pink sauce with smoked duck – is delicious without being jelak, while the Beef Outside The Cubes ($24) – cubed, grilled tenderloin tossed with mushrooms and served with mashed potatoes – is comfort food at its best.  End your meal with its extensive coffee and drinks menu and linger with the kids – weekend parking at the mall is $2.20 per entry except on certain public holidays.

#03-23/24/25 One Raffles Place Mall, tel: 6536-1047.

 

2. Artisan Boulangerie Co.

If you want to eat clean, check out the expanded menu at Artisan Boulangerie Co. The popular chain now offers more than bakery items – you’ll find healthy fare, such as the artisanal almond granola ($12, above) that’s chockfull of chunky nuts, green apples and berries.  Another highlight is the organic quinoa crush ($16), a satisfying salad with lentils, fennel and Parmesan cheese.  But there are hearty savoury dishes, as well. The mustard-marinated roast chicken breast ($19), for instance, will go down well with the kids and Hubby.

Visit website for locations.

 

3. Goodwood Park Hotel’s Gordon Grill

If it’s just you and the hubby, treat yourselves to the Alba white truffles at the Goodwood Park Hotel’s Gordon Grill, which has added 10 dishes featuring the Italian delicacy to its menu. Try the Australian Wagyu beef tartare, smoked quail egg and white truffle aioli ($48), the white truffle scrambled egg with Hokkaido scallops and poultry jus ($32), or a special durian treat to end your meal!

Call 6730-1744 or e-mail gordon_grill@goodwoodparkhotel.com.

 

4. Noodle Place Restaurant

Craving noodles? Be sure to drop in to Noodle Place Restaurant at Orchard Gateway. Its signature shrimp wonton noodle ($8 with soup, below) is a hearty mix of freshly made shrimp wontons and handmade egg wheat noodles. One whiff is enough to bring to mind scenes of Hong Kong’s streets. Other signature dishes include the Noodle Place special congee ($12.50), triple mixed roast meat ($28) and fresh chicken curry rice ($12.50). #01-17 Orchard Gateway; tel: 6733-3171.

 

More dining ideas here!

 

By Nikki Fung, Elisa Chia & Stephanie Yeo, Young Parents, November 2014

Photo: 123rf.com

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