You all want a different kind of pizza
The kids want Hawaiian, Hubby wants beef and you want anchovies. Now, you can have it all at Alt. Pizza, whose DIY pizza menu offers over 40 yummy toppings. It also has mouth watering signature pies with quirky names (Truffle Shuffle or Crabby Ninja, anyone?), and delicious pizza doughnuts with nutella dipping sauce for dessert. The 11-inch pizzas start at $8 for a DIY pie or $12 for a signature pie.
Find it at Suntec City Tower 4, #01-602, right by the taxi stand. Visit www.altpizza.com.sg.
You and hubby are on a date
For a romantic night out, reserve a table at Four Seasons Hotel’s One-Ninety Wood-Fired Steaks and Seafood. The elegant restaurant has a fabulous Mezze Dinner Buff et daily from 5pm.
At $58++, you can choose a main course and enjoy a delectable array of appetisers and desserts from the buffet line. Call 6831-7250 or e-mail email@example.com.
You’re in the Hillview Neighborhood
Check out the new HillV2 Shopping Centre’s many dining options, including Joyden Canton Kitchen. Its chef has come up with some winners, such as the signature sliced grouper fillet with pine mushroom and black fungus in rice wine broth ($17.80, pictured). There’s also the interesting rice vermicelli with poached egg white, crabmeat and scallop ($15.80). Like with carbonara pasta, you’ve to first break a raw yolk before mixing it well with the other ingredients.
Finish off with some vinegar and pepper for an extra kick. Visit www.joydencantonkitchen.com.sg.
You’re Looking for Comfort Food on a Rainy Day
Pop into Comnam Broken Rice. The rice-based sibling of the popular Namnam Noodle Bar, Comnam’s menu is free of MSG and includes various rice bowls, rice soups, small plates, soups and desserts. Prices range from $3.90 for crispy fried sweet potato rolls to $13.90 for a crispy soft-shell crab and crispy squid with dill rice bowl (pictured).
It’s located at #B1-46/47, Raffles City Shopping Centre. Tel: 6334-7377.
By Nikki Fung & Elisa Chia, Young Parents, January 2015