Thursday, October 27

[Tasting Invite] Lunch with the Entertainer Singapore at Morganfield's

Morganfield’s combines life’s two greatest passions: music and great soul food.  At the heart of Morganfield’s is its signature dish – Sticky Bones – truly authentic, good ol’fashioned, prime pork ribs slow-cooked and smoked to tender mouth-watering perfection, then basted with a sweet and tangy hickory flavored BBQ sauce.

Morganfield’s will make lunch the highlight of your day. At the home of the best ribs in town, there’s something for everyone! 

 Hickory BBQ Sticky Bone

Slow-cooked with hickory smoke, basted with signature Hickory BBQ sauce and served with French Fries & Colesla.

 Smoked Peppercorn Sticky Bones

A must-have for fans of black pepper. Served with Red Skin Mashed Potatoes & Garden Veggie.

 Garlic BBQ Sticky Bones

Loaded with garlicky goodness, tangy, sweet & spicy. Served with French Fries & Coleslaw.

 Spicy Asian BBQ Sticky Bones

Succulent BBQ ribs with an intriguing Oriental flavor and mildkick. Served with French Fries & Coleslaw.

 Beer Battered Fish Fillets

Crispy golden brown hoki fish fillet with Morganfield’s housemade beer batter. 
 Served with French Fries & Coleslaw.

 Crayfish Mac & Cheese

Chunks of delectable crayfish in creamy mac & cheese. American comfort food at its best!
Served with Garden Salad.
 Smokehouse Bacon Cheeseburger

A juicy beef patty grilled & glazed with Hickory BBQ sauce, topped with cheddar cheese, caramelized onions and crispy pork bacon. Served with French Fries.

Chicken BLT

Char-grilled boneless chicken thigh topped with Honey Mustard, served in a warm, buttered sesame bun together with bacon, lettuce & tomato and a side of French Fries.

If you not already know, the Entertainer Singapore app features buy 1 get 1 free offers for restaurants, cafes, attractions, hotel accommodation & many others! The app retails at S$85. Use this promo code SGBLOG2016 which gives you a $10 off the retail price of the app. Do check it out today!

Suntec City
Singapore 038983

Sunday, October 23

[Toggle Originals] Soul Reaper 勾魂使者 Drama Review

Soul – a boy born with a pretty face and mesmerising smile, could appear before your eyes in a flash of light when you least expect it. Brace yourself for the deathly verdict when you see him, because Soul, is whom we all know as the Grim Reaper. Soul Lin Guang Hui (Ian Fang) leads an ordinary life until the sudden, mysterious passing of his father, Ping An (Yao Wen Long). He then meets ‘Chief’ (Romeo Tan), who promises to reveal the truth behind his father’s death, but on one condition – Soul to become a Grim Reaper.

Just finished watching Soul Reaper 勾魂使者, which was shown only in Toggle. A supernatural film which reminded me of a Japanese drama which I watched 2 years ago - Shinigami Kun. Most likely, the concept was reference from the mentioned series.

Personally, I felt that the story was refreshing and interesting. Those on the brink of death (7 days) was given 2 choices:

1. To make up for your regrets before a willing death
2. To have a loved one die on your behalf.

With the different scenario depicted in every 2 episodes, it heightens the entire series. There were also certain learning values on life which somewhat reminded me to treasure time and people.

The finale was rather predictable for such a show. Honestly, I was expecting it to be different.

You may wish to catch the entire series here.

Ratings: 3 / 5

Saturday, October 22

[Tasting Invite] Dinner with the Entertainer Singapore at Sarnies

Started in 2010 by Aussie Ben Lee, Sarnies is a pumping little café located at Telok Ayer, right in the heart of the bustling Singapore CBD, serving up hearty Aussie grub and speciality coffee roasted  in-house.Grass fed  beef, chicken free from hormones and antibiotics,bacon cured in-house.

Sarnies has always placed an emphasis on providing wholesome meals made from scratch using only fresh, quality ingredients, and the new dinner menu this time around will be no different.

 Grilled Haloumi, Cherry Tomatoes & Onion Jam

Every component made from scratch, and each bun lovingly kneaded and baked fresh
in-house daily. 

Spicy Buffalo Wings

It was nicely prepared with a good texture. It could have been better if it was less flavourful. 

Southern Indian Style Hand-Cut Pappardelle with Prawns, Coconut Milk & Curry Leaves

The pasta is made by hand, cooked al dente to order and coated in a light creamy curry sauce.

 Texas Style Burger with Overnight Smoked Brisket, Homemade Barbeque Sauce and Coleslaw

Stacking so high with smokey, tender brisket, it’s almost impossible to take one full bite of the burger in a mouthful.

Churros with salted caramel & chocolate sauce

Happy ending with this dessert! Just dipped it in the chocolate sauce! (:

This brand new dinner menu is now available at Sarnies, Monday to Friday, from 6pm onwards!

If you not already know, the Entertainer Singapore app features buy 1 get 1 free offers for restaurants, cafes, attractions, hotel accommodation & many others! The app retails at S$85. Use this promo code SGBLOG2016 which gives you a $10 off the retail price of the app. Do check it out today!

136 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore 068601

Thursday, October 20

[Media Invitation] The Opening of the 2nd restaurant of Nigiro Cafe @ Esplanade

Nigiro Cafe is proud to announce the launch of its second outlet at Esplanade Mall. The café specialises in Japanese-Italian cuisines, which are loved by many Japanese and Singaporeans. Helming the kitchen is Chef Takashima OSAMU who is trained by Chef Kensuke SAKAI in Japan.

Nigiro is origin spelt backwards and this is fitting as it is the very first café concept by Chef Kensuke Sakai, who holds the title of having been the youngest challenger at age 26 to compete on Iron Chef. Nigiro has won many awards and accolades Hanako, a Japanese biweekly magazine, touts the restaurants Caesar salad as the best by a foreigner choice.

Nigiro Cobb Salad

This medley of bacon, hard-boiled egg, tomato, turnip, avocado, block bacon and cucumber is bound to delight. 

Nigiro Hamburger Steak 

A satisfying slab of beef is accompanied with onsen egg and rice. Two layers of cheese - Mozzarella, Emmental are melted with Gruyère white wine.

Nigiro Onsen Tamago Carbonara 

Ribbons of al dente pasta are soused in a rich and creamy sauce.
Onsen tamago completes the dish.


This comforting bowl of pasta features Hokkaido snow crab meat and uni. The pasta is drenched in a prawn-braised broth, with an Americano sauce lending a robust flavour. 

Mentaiko Potato Pizza

Thin crust pizza studded with hunks of crispy baked potato. The fragrant and piquant mentaiko is drizzled all over it.

Esplanade Mall
Singapore 038983

Thursday, October 13

[Media Invitation] Miam Miam introduces protein rich menu for meat lovers

Miam Miam is excited to launch its brand-new protein-rich menu. There are four mainstays that are bound to delight. Load up on those proteins and build muscles! 

Du  Boeuf  Hamburg  

The Du Boeuf Hamburg is a towering offering comprising French loaf, special formulated beef, onsen egg, crispy bacon, crunchy vegetables and roasted asparagus. The homemade demi-glace pulls all the flavours together. 

Butaniku Steak
The specially marinated and pan-seared pork steak is glazed with a robust miso dressing. It is served with baby spinach and sauteed shimeji mushroom. 

Baked Miso Honey Chicken Wings
($12.90 for 4 drumlets and 4 wings; $16.90 for 6
drumlets and 6 wings)

This is lovingly marinated with miso and honey, and then freshly baked upon order. Black and white sesame are sprinkled atop the meat, enhancing it with their nutty note. 

Shibasu Fish Fillet

The white fish is served on a bed of roasted potatoes and drizzled with a light sesame dressing. Greens and shimeji mushrooms cap off the dish.

 Bits and Pieces 

It features a medley of shredded seaweed, bonito flakes and bacon bits, which imparts a subtle salty note that juxtaposes with the yoghurts sweetness. This bold broghurt is bound to appeal especially to the carnivorous males who like their desserts with meaty surprises. 

 Kuro Goma Azuki 

An earthy indulgence awaits: homemade black sesame sauce; Dango balls coated with almond crumble; and homemade azuki red bean paste.

 Matcha Kukki 

This offering comprises layers upon layers of matcha: matcha sauce made with top grade matcha  powder,  matcha  cookies and matcha-chocolate-coated biscuit sticks.  


This offering evokes the happy vibe and sweet taste of summer. The yoghurt ice cream is topped with strawberries, banana and peach slices.  

Miam Miam
Bugis Junction
Singapore 188021

Monday, October 10

The Magnificent Seven Movie Review

Director Antoine Fuqua brings his modern vision to a classic story in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures’ and Columbia Pictures’ The Magnificent Seven. With the town of Rose Creek under the deadly control of industrialist Bartholomew Bogue (Peter Sarsgaard), the desperate townspeople employ protection from seven outlaws, bounty hunters, gamblers and hired guns—Sam Chisolm (Denzel Washington), Josh Farraday (Chris Pratt), Goodnight Robicheaux (Ethan Hawke), Jack Horne (Vincent D’Onofrio), Billy Rocks (Byung-Hun Lee), Vasquez (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo), and Red Harvest (Martin Sensmeier). As they prepare the town for the violent showdown that they know is coming, these seven mercenaries find themselves fighting for more than money.

Watched The Magnificent Seven with Celeste last weekend. Decided to catch it because we heard good reviews for this show.

Personally, I felt that the film was compact and rather classic on its own. Initially, the story may appear draggy and predictable but somewhat, it got better with the intense scenes. 

The Magnificent 7, each has their own strengths/capability and that itself made it interesting. A pity that the development of its character was minimal. Also, the plot was quite weak and could have been developed further. 

The finale certainly heightened the entire story. An average yet entertaining western-action film! 

Ratings: 3 / 5

Wednesday, October 5

Invitation for New Unagi Shop by TEPPEI

Teppei-san will be introducing a new concept restaurant, Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant, at Keong Siak this mid-October. The new location will be led by Chef Nakagawa-san, a veteran in unagi preparation and grilling, having worked in a Mikawa unagi shop for more than 20 years.

These cocktails are inspired by the love of Teppei San!

Say Yes! 
Sake - Lychee Liqueur - Rose - Soda 

Shiso Lovely
Gin - Shiso - Green Apple - Soda  

Kyoho Grapes Liqueur - Berries - Calpis - Soda

Home Run 
Gin - Yuzu - Passionfruit - Soda Water

 My personal favourite would be Shiso Lovely and Bubble-Bubbles!





 Una don (Large)

The key highlight of this new restaurant will be the charcoal grilled japanese unagi! Luvin' the fresh and high quality unagi served here! Not to forget the nicely prepared umaki as well!

1 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089109

Sunday, October 2

[Sony Pictures] Sausage Party Preview Screening

Sausage Party, the first R-rated CG animated movie, is about one sausage leading a group of supermarket products on a quest to discover the truth about their existence and what really happens when they become chosen to leave the grocery store. The film features the vocal talents of a who’s who of today’s comedy stars – Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Jonah Hill, Bill Hader, Michael Cera, James Franco, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Paul Rudd, Nick Kroll, David Krumholtz, Edward Norton, and Salma Hayek.

Was invited as one of the bloggers to catch Sausage Party Preview Screening! I brought Celeste along.

Personally, I felt that the story was simple, refreshing but however, predictable. The introductory was brief and could have been further developed. Though it focused particularly on those few characters, it was somewhat entertaining as a whole. The CG animation was detailed and nicely presented.

For this show, my favourite character was Barry. Initially, He may appear to be timid but with the many circumstances surfaced, He actually stands out better and stronger among his peers.

This film will be out in cinemas on 6 October 2016.

Ratings: 3 / 5

Saturday, October 1

[Media Invitation] Eat At Seven - Tonkatsu Agedoki: A Cut(let) Above the Rest!

Eat At Seven is proud to launch its newest concept, Tonkatsu Agedoki. The establishment is owned  by Japanese restaurant group Kings Know Inc, which is also responsible for bringing Tempura Kohaku into Singapore. 

The  brand’s offerings are first-rate because of the premium ingredients it uses. Imported from Japan, the Nagano pork boasts succulent and juicy-sweet meat. Tonkatsu Agedoki also uses high-quality raw breadcrumbs to coat the meat.  he  breadcrumbs contain a lot of moisture and do not retain too much oil. Hence, you can expect a crispy exterior that is not too cloying.

Two signature dishes include:
- Cutlet of Wrapped Prawn with Pork Set Meal 
- Thick Slice Pork Loin Cutlet Set Meal

Capping off the meal is a bowl of Nanatsu Boshi rice, shredded cabbage and hot miso soup!

From 1 October to 23 October 2016, Eat At Seven will be celebrating Ennichi. In Japan, this day is when locals celebrate their relations with their deities. Japanese will visit temples and receive special
divine favours. To commemorate this day, Eat At Seven will be organising several game stalls during these timings: 

- Every Saturday, 7pm to 10pm
- Every Sunday, 12pm to 3pm

Suntec  City  North  Wing  (Tower  One)
Singapore 038983