Sukiya Dinner Steamboat Buffet, Faithjoyhope Blogger, 21 April 2014, Suki-Ya Bugis+

Have been wanting to try Suki-Ya for the longest time and finally had the chance to dine in at their Bugis+ brunch on a weekday night for dinner. … Super excited at the All-you-can-eat Buffet style and all ready to charge!! Plenty of selections from veggies, to seafood, carbs like rice and noodles too. Click here to read more.

Food Galore at Bedok Point, Nicole Wong Blogger, 15 Apr 2014, Suki-Ya

Singaporeans are no strangers to food.

Thus, there is no surprise when there is an entire mall showcasing different cuisines of food to spoil our tastebuds silly. Bedok Point is turning 3, and constantly seeks to revamp itself by bringing in new F&B offerings.

Shall not bore you with text, and let the photos do all that talking.

First up, Suki-Ya (eat all you can sukiyaki & shabu shabu)!Tried the new soups on the menu, and the above photo featured the following pairings: Laksa & Butauiku (Pork based soup) and Kimchi & Touyu Miso. My personal favourite would be both the Kimchi and Touyu Miso.

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Bedok Point Food Trail – A look at Suki-Ya, The Smart Local Blogger, 13 Apr 2014

Suki-ya aims to serve heart-warming comfort food in the form of an all-you-can-eat hot pot. On the menu is premium beef, Wagyu beef, chicken or pork, all of which are thinly sliced such that they are no thicker than paper, allowing for the meat to be cooked swiftly with a few swishes in the hot pot.

To ensure a balanced meal, both on the palate and on the food pyramid, the Suki-ya Healthy Bar offers a wide selection of vegetables and fruits.

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food&travel Magazine’s Clarke Quay Food Trail, Alexis Cheong, TongKang Riverboat Dining 17 Mar 2014

I was kindly invited by food&travel magazine to join their Clarke Quay food trail a couple of weeks ago, and little did I know that it would turn out to be an EPIC food trail… Our third stop, TongKang Colonial Bar & Restaurant, was someplace I’ve never noticed before – do you know there is a riverboat on Clarke Quay? I never knew! Opened by the same founder of Hot Stones, TongKang specializes in hot stone cooking and brilliant atmosphere. The spread was fantastic – you can see here we have everything from lamb to beef to seafood to oysters (not pictured), which were really fresh and fat. The waygu was unforgettable. If you want to order 1 thing from here, order the wagyu. Click hee to read full review

Launch of the Singapore Cosplay Club Show in asia, Presented by Rocku,,13 Mar 2014

On the 5th of march Rocku invited Singapore Cosplay Club’s 10 cosplayers to host a unique and totally new cosplay variety show to share their talents and experiences with the audience. The cosplayer played games along with the guests, perfomed dances, sang and presented a mini-skit about the challanges of cosplayers commuting to guests attending the event.

The event was hosted at ROCKU Yakiniku. Another 20 cosplayers were invited to have a free meal at the venue. Guests were able to enjoy a all you can eat buffet with a wide selection of meat, seafood and sides whilst watching the show.
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Barossa@Esplanade Mall, Eat Where Sia Blog, 5 Jan 2014

Tired of always meeting up with your friends at yet another Orchard Road eatery or at City Hall? This restaurant is somewhat off the beaten track, and it’s not somewhere that everyone will have been to. It’s name is Barossa, and is situated in Esplanade Mall. As a general guide, it’s near the performance area that looks like a sailboat and is facing the sea. Click here to read more