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Hue: An Imperial City (with incredible food)
April 27, 2019 / 2 comments Hue: An Imperial City (with incredible food) Read more about my Self Care Sabbatical and the other places I’ve visited!
I arrived in Hue in the middle of a rainstorm. Though I had left a sunny Hanoi morning, I had found the rain again. Despite this, I decided to walk the 20 minutes from where the airport shuttle dropped me off to my guesthouse. I preferred to walk with all of my stuff than get on a motorbike and ride through the rain. That didn’t stop at least half a dozen motorbikes from stopping near me to ask if I needed a ride.
The motorbike drivers in Hue would turn out to be one of my least favorite things about Vietnam. They were relentless. They were everywhere. They would NOT take No for an answer.
“Excuse me, lady, where are you from?”
“How long are you in Vietnam?”
“Where are you going after Hue?”
“Hoi An? I can give you a ride on the Hai Van pass. Beautiful ride. Most beautiful. Top Gear drive.”
“What are you doing in Hue? Want to see temples? I show you the tombs and temples, very good driver. Very good price”
I would walk 20 meters and get this spiel from another driver all over again. After the first couple of times, I quickly learned not to answer even the first question. Instead, I just looked up and said “Nope” and continued walking. I embraced my inner Rude New Yorker because I could not spend 3 days in Hue having this conversation over and over again.
3 days in Hue was absolutely too much. I regretted having booked that much time immediately after I arrived. Though the rain would clear after the first day, I still had way too much time in this town which used to be the capital of Vietnam. There is quite a lot of history to see here, but it’s condensed enough that you can easily see it in a day or two. And the main area where most of the hostels and guesthouses are is very touristy – full of big bars and overpriced tourist restaurants.
I didn’t start to enjoy Hue until I got out of this tourist zone, not just to see the imperial tombs and city, but also to see some of the more local parts of town and indulge in the local food specialties. Suddenly it felt like I was in a whole new city! So if you have your own motorbike, definitely go out and explore the areas around Hue. If not, make sure you find a tour or at least get yourself on foot to the areas around the Imperial City that feel a bit more like local spots.
What to Do:
As I mentioned, there are tons of guys on motorbikes willing to take you around to the main attractions. I wish I had done a bit more research before I signed on to do this…I could have definitely found a cheaper option with another driver through my hostel (and one who was less pushy trying to upsell me the whole afternoon on why I should have him drive me to Hoi An). However, it’s a nice way to see a bunch of the sights if you are short on time or don’t want to rent your own bike (or do a bus tour). The bike tour cost me 400,000 VND and it is definitely possible to find them for less than 300,000 VND. You will likely stop at about 5-6 places, including some of the Vietnam War sites around town. Forced into these touristy photos
Imperial Citadel – If you have limited time in Hue, I’d suggest visiting the Citadel. It’s quite impressive and worth spending a few hours walking around (though try to avoid going at midday when it’s hot and crowded). I loved wandering off and getting lost among the ruins of the old palace buildings. Like the tombs, there is incredible tilework throughout the Citadel and I couldn’t get enough of it. The citadel costs 150K VND to enter.
Thien Mu Pagoda – The first stop on my motorbike tour. It’s quite beautiful to visit and just on the edge of the river.
Imperial Tombs – There are many tombs located in Hue and I don’t think it would be worth visiting too many of them as they all start to look alike. But if you can visit a few of them while you are in Hue, I would suggest Minh Mang, Tu Doc, and Khai Din. I visited Tu Doc which I found incredibly beautiful. For more on the tombs, check out this TripSavvy article.
Each of the tombs has a different entry fee (the other reason you won’t want to visit all of them) and some are more popular than others. I loved seeing these impressive buildings and the beautiful tile work all around the tombs. The landscapes around the tombs are also quite beautiful (even in the rain).
There are other sites in and around Hue, best reached via motorbike, such as the covered bridge and the abandoned waterpark.
Eating all of the Central Vietnamese food:
I took a food tour in Hue which ended up being one of the best decisions I could have made. First, it was a good way to spend an afternoon since I had a lot of time in this city. Second, I was able to learn a lot more about Central Vietnamese food and explore parts of Hue that I never would have seen on my own. I ended up going back to 3 of the places from the tour on my own the next day. I did my tour through VM Travel (The Taste of Hue Walking Tour) and I wound up having a private tour with just me and a guide for the afternoon. She picked me up on her Vespa and we drove around to try local specialties at all of her favorite spots. Although we were supposed to walk, the Vespa made it possible for us to visit some places that were further away (which was awesome). I have never eaten so much on a tour! I was so full! Everything was incredibly delicious, though there was a lot of food for just myself (and my guide had some of the food).
Local Dishes to try (and where to go) –
One thing you will notice is that there are a lot of herbs served with your dishes. If you are coming from the North, this will be a bit new. If you are coming from the South, you will be used to this. The generous plates of herbs and greens was probably my favorite part of Central and Southern Vietnamese cuisine. Bun Bo
Bun Bo (you will see this throughout Vietnam as Bun Bo Hue) – This is a beef-based rice noodle soup which is quite popular in Hue. I enjoyed it, even though the soups were usually not my favorite dishes, and I was surprised to find that I didn’t even mind the block of congeleaed pig blood in the soup! Alongside these blocks you will find beef/pork shank and knuckles. I went to small little local spot on my tour that was incredibly good – Bun Bo Hue O Phung.
Bún Thit Nuóng – From the moment I tried this dish, I was in love. It became one of my top 3 dishes in Vietnam (close behind bun cha). This dish is served with noodles, bbq pork, peanuts, and herbs. What’s not to like? We stopped at a small local spot during the food tour which had the dish for just 25K dong. I made sure to come back on my own the next day! If you want to come by, visit the BTN restaurant on Dao Duy Tu, on the side of the river near the Citadel.
Bánh Khoái (Bánh Xeo in the south) – Don’t call it a taco and don’t try to eat it like one! In Hue, this dish comes with crunchy rolls (much like crispy taco shells or a crepe) and are typically filled with shrimp and pork. They come with herbs and crunchy veggies, as well as a sauce that you can put into the filling. I found it incredibly difficult to eat these without making a mess, but quite delicious anyway! Try these at Bánh Khoái Hông Mai.
Bánh Beo – These are little round cakes topped with shrimp and pork cracklings and are a great dish for sharing. Try these at Hanh.
Bánh Loc and Bánh Nam – These rolls, made from tapioca-based flour, are served with fillings of shrimp and pork. They come wrapped in banana leaves and are best topped with the fish sauce mix that comes alongside the cakes. Try them at Hanh Restaurant.
Nem Lui – Skewers of pork and beef, these are grilled up and served alongside herbs, tons of greens, and rice paper. This is a bit of a DIY dish – roll up the meat inside the rice paper and stuff some herbs and greens in there as well. Dip into the sauce and enjoy. Try these at Hanh or at the BTN restaurant mentioned above. che is very different in Hue than in Hanoi
Chè – I first fell for this sweet “soup” in Hanoi and quickly came to learn that the different regions of Vietnam make it a bit differently. I loved trying it everywhere I went! In Hue, stop at Chè Hem which serves chè over ice. I came here twice and it was always buzzing with people. To choose your flavors, just walk up to the counter, point to a few things, and voila!
Vietnamese Coffee – Cà Phê Muô’i is an awesome cafe near the Citadel. This place serves great coffee and it a nice little respite from the noisy streets. Grab a table outside and enjoy.
For cheap local food near tourist area check out Quan Chay Thanh Lieu for tasty vegetarian food. Hanh Restaurant is also quite good and popular with both locals and tourists (be prepared for crowds!).
There are plenty of places to get western food in the tourist zone so if you are craving non-Vietnamese food, you will find it here. Check out Shiva-Shakti for some generous helpings of Indian food! Otherwise, I’d skip the places in this part of town and opt for something a bit more authentic (and cheaper).
Getting There: Hue is in Central Vietnam and reachable via plane, bus, or train. I opted to fly from Hanoi because it was just 1 hour and flights were reasonably priced. The bus and train take about 13 hours and I really was not interested in doing that long of a trip. It will be much cheaper, however, than flying. If you do fly, there is an airport shuttle that takes you into town and is quite cheap (50,000 VND). The airport is quite far from town so your best option is the shuttle which will be much cheaper than a taxi. Once you arrive in town, you can walk or take a taxi to your accommodation. If you are coming from Hoi An, you can take a bus, train, or a motorbike to Hue. I highly recommend the motorbike (you can have the driver take you and your bags so you can just enjoy the ride on the Hai Van Pass). It’s a far more interesting ride than taking a bus or train. This also works for traveling to Hoi An from Hue (more on that in a future post!). view of the Perfume River
Where to Stay: Most of the hotels and hostels are located in the touristy city center. This area is full of tourist trap restaurants and bars, tour agencies, and souvenir shops. I was really disappointed when I arrived because it was not quite what I was expecting. However, venture just outside of this area and you will find some cool parts of town and some good food. I stayed at New Life Homestay which offered private rooms and dorm rooms, was a great little spot just off one of the main roads and close to many of the bars and restaurants. Advertisements
If the OP wants to include Indian food then Masala Bay in Uptown also does a great AYCE buffet. It’s not huge like some of the Chinese buffets, but the food is delicious. The owner-chef and his family are very friendly. They’re particularly eager to help newbies to Indian food to learn more about this cuisine.
Things You Need To Know About Seychelles: Tips, Restaurants
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Are you speculative regarding your next vacation Destination? Are you designing your Honeymoon Destination at Seychelles? If yes!
You are at the proper place.
In this article, we have a tendency to are visiting have a glance at the items you wish to understand regarding Seychelles before commencing your wonderful trip to Seychelles.
We will discuss the Food choices offered at Hotels in Seychelles, tourist attractions and travel tips. You’ll be able to additionally study the Seychelles tour package.
Seychelles – The world’s famous destination for newlyweds has forever been applauded for its beaches. As on world map, Seychelles sounds like a bitsy dot within the ocean however the shocking half is, this island nation includes of one hundred fifty islands. A 30-day freed from charge Visa on Arrival and direct flights from metropolis to Mahe (the main island of Seychelles), the destination has become a lot of accessible for Indian tourists.
OPTIONS OF FOOD AND DRINK AT SEYCHELLES FOR INDIANS
In Seychelles, there’s a mix of flavours from Indian, French, African, Chinese and English change of state. the massive choice of aromatic, sweet, wealthy and spicy combos makes the Seychellois culinary art a tourer attraction in itself. Seychellois culinary art is usually supported by food and chillies. a number of the popular and beloved dishes are tamarind Indian relish, sliced inexperienced papaya dish and coconut fish curry.
Although each country has it’s own distinct culinary art however we have a tendency to Indians get overwhelmed to cater our style buds in foreign countries. There are some Indian restaurants in Seychelles. ENJOY VEG CUISINE IN SEYCHELLES
Are you a feeder and visiting Seychelles? you are doing not must worry, you may survive! And not solely survive, however, fall dotty with feeder food.
Although each country has it’s own distinct culinary art however we have a tendency to Indians get overwhelmed to cater our style buds in foreign countries. There are some Indian restaurants in Seychelles.
Seychelles is wealthy in dishes licking the fingers of Indian, Italian, Chinese and Creole culinary art. the mix of Indian and African flavours falls into your mouth and creates a novel style. From Indian naan, Creole vegetable curry to Italian food and native street food, Seychelles won’t foil your feeder style buds. a large vary of delicacies testifies to the actual fact that Seychelles did not solely have dazzling beaches however even have lopsided lips of food that arouse the need to eat.
Gastronomy in Seychelles is exclusive thanks to the proximity of nature, that is extremely well explained by its virgin forests and marine life. contemporary fruits and vegetables are as simply offered as food, like fish and shrimp. the colours of sunshine yellow, green, red and orange on the plate indicate the naturalness of the Seszel culinary art. Additionally, everything is “seasoned” with native Seychelles, like cinnamon, chilli, garlic, and ginger. AN exotic dish is “chutney”– a mixture of inexperienced chillies, contemporary fruit, and vegetables, spices and oil. once it involves restaurants and restaurants serving feeder food, there are many them.
In Seychelles, there’s a mix of flavours from Indian, French, African and Chinese change of state. the massive choice of aromatic, sweet, wealthy and spicy combos makes the Seychellois culinary art a tourer attraction in itself. Seychellois culinary art is usually supported by food and chillies. a number of the popular and beloved dishes are tamarind Indian relish, sliced inexperienced papaya dish, and coconut fish curry.
The island of Mahé is that the most densely inhabited island among the a hundred and fifteen islands that kind the Republic of Seychelles within the ocean. thanks to the long lineation, it’s not shocking that the inhabitants of Mahé depend upon fishing united of the most varieties of maintenance. The native culinary art of Mahé has several influences thanks to its colonial past. That’s why the food in Mahé combines French and British culinary art with a decent life of food. the most fish caught here is tuna, that gave rise to a significant tuna and canning business. Therefore, several of Mahé’s culinary art contains tuna because of the main ingredient. additionally, the red snapper is the favourite of the group. This fish will be roasted in red chilli curry and coconut with native spices or grilled with garlic and red paste, then wrapped in banana leaves to cook over time on charcoal burners. If you’re searching for native culinary art at Mahé, gnaw the beach restaurants that focus on regional dishes.
However, if you favour delicious meals, in hotels on the island you may notice an outsized choice of world culinary art dishes. The island is thought for its native fruit referred to as Jamalac with a cone-shaped} shape. It tastes like AN apple and includes a similar consistency.
If you’re searching for native culinary art at Mahé, gnaw the beach restaurants that focus on regional dishes. However, if you favour delicious meals, in hotels on the island you may notice an outsized choice of world culinary art dishes. The island is thought for its native fruit referred to as Jamalac with a cone-shaped} shape. It tastes like AN apple and includes a similar consistency. INDIAN RESTAURANTS IN MAHE ISLAND
Mahek is within Coral Strand edifice in Beau Vallon, close to edifice head cabbage. It’s an exquisite looking|} place to dine and has good choices for veg food. the most effective issue is, If you manage to induce a bench, you’ll be able to see the waves overlapping on the Beau Vallon beach. On average, a good veg meal for two (1 soup, 1 curry, 1 dal, few naans) prices ~500 SCR with none drinks. The service of alimentation is additionally sensible as compared to alternative Indian restaurants.
The temporal arrangement of the building is twelve – 2 pm for lunch and 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm for dinner. THE MAHARAJAS
With the classic combination of picket design and stylish lighting, this place is the best place to dine. it’s on Eden Island. The parking is within the Eden Plaza that is free for Associate in Nursing hour and ten SCR per hour at the moment. they need outside seating with the read of the dockage and mountains. The service is quick and therefore the waiter is attentive. they need sensible food, tho’ pricey.
Excellent Indian ambience and therefore the best Indian cooking within the whole island and encompassing islands. THE COPPER POT
The food at Copper Pot is completely good. it’s delicious and really low-cost – a pleasant break from the widely pricey restaurants in Mahe. If you’re searching for a decent room, this is often not the place for you. however, if you wish a cheap meal and/or extremely wonderful, authentic Indian food, undoubtedly check this place out. It’s the proper place for authentic south-Indian idli and dosa. 4. LE RELAX RESTAURANT
They offer a mixture of Creole, Indian and international dishes. The food is nice and therefore the costs are fully cheap for the quality of the island, and this includes wine costs.
The food here is completely superb and created with nice passion. Chefs are terribly innovative and captivated with the food they serve. Service is sweet with continuously smiling workers. a true gem on the paradise island of Seychelles !!
One of the foremost common places in Seychelles, Praslin is home to fantastic beaches and intimate hotels and resorts. The rays of the sun in sensible vogue, whereas you retain a watchful eye on the terribly rare species of birds inhabiting Praslin, as well as Seychelles and therefore the black parrot. The Praslin parkland within the south of the island includes the spectacular Vallée Delaware Mai palm forest. diverse love the traditional coral reefs off the coast of Praslin.
INDIAN RESTAURANTS IN PRASLIN ISLAND ROSE RESTAURANTS
This building serves Indian cooking, however, it’s a really multi-gastronomic building giving Creole food, pizza, etc.
The edifice is found at the doorway of the Oasis edifice and has nice parking, clean bogs and spacious seats commanding the pool. The workers are South Asian with a pleasant perspective and extremely helped the United States select the most effective choices.
The prices are extremely superb, and therefore the quantity of food justifies the worth. The service is sort of sensible. and therefore the food is basically tasty. you may have an excellent time at the Rose building. LA-DIGUE ISLAND
La Digue is that the third most inhabited island of Seychelles and therefore the fifth in terms of space, lying east of Praslin and west of the island of Felicite. In size, it’s the fourth-largest granite island of Seychelles by Mahé, Praslin and Silhouette Island.
It has 2,800 inhabitants WHO live principally within the villages of l. a. unstylish on the geographic area (connected by ferry from Praslin and Mahé) and Réunion.
There is no airfield on La Digue, thus to induce there from another country, you’ve got to fly to Victoria and continue the ferry, typically through Praslin. it’s a part of ten.08 km2, that makes traveling by bike or on foot is comparatively simple. INDIAN RESTAURANTS IN LA-DIGUE ISLAND LE RELAX BEACH HOUSE RESTAURANT
This is the sole building on the La-Digue island that serves sensible Indian food. If you’re keen on metric capacity unit tadka and chapatti you may savvy right there with steam rice
The service is amazing and therefore the serving team is polite and friendly.
There are solely some sizeable hotels on La Digue; the opposite choices for accommodation include little hotels, guesthouses, and self-catering institutions.
HONEYMOON IN SEYCHELLES
The ideal time for a honeymoon in Seychelles is half-dozen nights and seven days. as a result of the set of islands is thus lovely and charming, even seven days will cause you to arouse a lot of. If you propose to go to this place along with your partner, don’t chuck the minimum range of days to go to and you’ll be able to still extend yourself if you wish to relax and rewind before returning home.
FAMOUS ISLANDS ON THE HONEYMOON IN SEYCHELLES
It is troublesome to come to a decision on the most effective island in Seychelles for the honeymoon. There are several lovely islands with many pristine beaches, azure waters and tropical vegetation. we tend to offer you the foremost lovely places to honeymoon in Seychelles, that you’ll be able to embody in your travels. To check out our restaurants in Seychelles Four Seasons Resort – Luxury Resort Seychelles Holiday Package , Banyan Tree – Villas in Seychelles Tour Package , Ephelia Resort – Seychelles Tourism India , Savoy Resort & Spa – Seychelles Honeymoon Package from India , PRASLIN ISLAND
The virgin island is legendary for the Vallée Delaware Mai, the world-famous home of the known palm Delaware Mer palms. And what higher thanks to providing your married woman a useful black pearl? you’ll be able to even select ingenious jewellery from a true pearl. an area you need to visit if you wish to spoil and impress your partner at the identical time. This island features a spellbinding parkland, called the Praslin parkland, that adds charm to its picturesque charm. thus confirm you visit this place whereas travelling. MAHE ISLAND
The largest island within the Seychelles Republic is home to the very best mountain ranges in Seychelles. additionally on the island of Mahe is that the smallest capital of the globe, Victoria. Pack a picnic basket and launched on a journey to admire the glorious views of the island of Mahe. Discover colourful birds Associate in Nursing refreshing vegetation on the paths and luxuriate in alone expertise. you will ne’er understand, however, isolation will cause a satisfying journey along with your new lover. 3. La Digue Island
Great beaches like Petite Anse and Anse Anse supply D’Argent are quite well-known here. additionally horseback riding on the beach and journeys to the little Felicite island, that has solely twelve individuals, the island has its own attractions, to that, you’ll be able to definitely visit this place. you’ll be able to see different kinds of flora and fauna within the Veuve nature reserve on this island and acquire the most effective honeymoon! 4. Curieuse Island
The island of Curieuse features an ocean park, that is sort of funny for couples on the honeymoon in Seychelles. The red soil makes the image refreshing on balance that’s blue and white. there’s the known palm Delaware Mer, Aldabra turtles, angiospermous tree forests, chamber trees, turtle farms, hawksbill, and Seychelles black parrot – Curieuse island ought to have a particular place in Seychelles’ honeymoon.
Romantic things to do in Seychelles
Here may be a list of some attractions in Seychelles throughout the honeymoon. be part of these to feature some excitement and attention-grabbing reminiscences to your honeymoon. head to the island by jumping over the dykes, holding hands and talking concerning your bright future. Take a pleasing stroll on one in every one of the benches underneath the shimmering sky and pay a while together with your partner. get pleasure from the wonderful sunsets and begin a replacement day with dazzling sunrises. Relax with a tropical steam massage and revel in the melodious silence. Take a practice the “Garden of Eden” on the island of Praslin in Seychelles. Discover the secrets of Victoria Island, mounted on a rented bike and immerse yourself in refreshing weather. head to water sports and share carefree laughter and joyful screams together with your lover. place your own beach into the tropical sky and organize a picnic there. Victoria Market may be a place wherever you’ll be able to see the natives’ way in Seychelles. Clothing, footwear, groceries and farm products; the market has everything you’ll be able to come back up with for excellent looking.
Where to remain in Seychelles for Honeymoon and Family?
The Republic of Seychelles is found off the coast of geographical area within the Indian Ocean. It consists of one hundred fifteen islands, some are granite, et al is coral islands. the most important of the islands is Mahé and Victoria, that is that the capital, of course, the tiniest capital of the planet.
The climate of the islands is pleasant all year spherical. The currency of this place is Rupee Seychelles. The Seychelles zone is +4 Greenwich Time or 1.5 hours for India. there’s no limit to what quantity foreign currency you’ll be able to enter and remove from the Republic. However, you’ll be able to not take or take over 2000 SCR the country.
Duty-free merchandise embodies a pair of litres of wine, two hundred ccs of fragrance, one video camera and alternative little things value but 3000 SCR. Consumption of alcohol publically places is prohibited.
Consumption or any harm done to palm tree American state Mer, the native fruit of a rustic that’s artistically formed like human privates, can cause you to head to jail. Four Seasons Resort
It is the right place for an opulent keep amid the soothing vibrations of Seychelles, keep in mind this 5-star resort. That’s right! This resort is the best place to pay AN completely generous honeymoon together with your partner. every villa is totally cool and incorporates a terrace.
Island : Mahe Ephelia Resort
A keep during this four-star resort is actually life expertise. a personal garden and seating areas complete all meals within the building. Mahe food, you only cannot resist the check. A health centre and a gymnasium with several activities, like diving, swimming, and tennis. you’ll be able to match and relax throughout the honeymoon in Seychelles.
Island : Mahe
Travel Titli Tour Package : Ephelia Resort – Seychelles Tourism India Acajou Beach Resort
Thanks to numerous accommodation choices you may actually be happy together with your alternative. irrespective of whether or not you’re within the cabin or in an exceeding beach space, this property incorporates a nice read. you’ll be able to relax and relax within the eternity pool to calm your senses. thus what are you waiting for? Pack your baggage for this honeymoon you’ve continuously wanted!
Island : Praslin
10 Restaurants To Celebrate Mother’s Day During May, 1-For-1 Deals Or Buffets Up To 50% OFF
Dinner – $68++ (Fri, Sat, Eve of PH and PH) Local Hi Tea: $38++ (Sat, Sun and PH only) Teochew porridge: $16++ (Fri, Sat and Eve of PH only)
HSBC Credit Cards Promotion 1: Lunch Buffet Food Spread at $200++ for 4 persons with complimentary Mother’s Day Cake (500g).
T&C:– Valid from 1 May to 31 May 2019– Valid on eve of PH and PH.– Reservations required 2 days in advance.
HSBC Credit Cards Promotion 2: 1-for-1 Weekend High Tea Buffet
T&Cs:– Maximum 8 persons per table per bill.– Valid on PH– Valid from 1 May to 31 July 2019.
Man Fu Yuan, InterContinental Singapore 80 Middle Rd, Singapore 188966 Tel: +65 6825 1008 Opening Hours: Lunch 12pm – 3pm (Mon- Sat), 11:30am – 3pm (Sun & PH) Dinner: 6pm – 10pm (Mon – Sun)
Make it a fancy date with mom at Man Fu Yuan, a trusted name in the Singapore fine dining scene located at InterContinental Singapore.
Lauded by Singapore Tatler as of Singapore’s best Chinese restaurants and recipient of the Michelin Plate, Man Fu Yuan is the place to make her feel special. Delight her with traditional Cantonese dishes artfully presented in a modern way, and allow her to bask in a refined ambience complete with premium tea pairings.
Go for the Dim Sum Brunch Buffet on Mother’s Day and enjoy an unlimited selection of delicately handcrafted dim sum delicacies at a special discounted price. Plus, you get Man Fu Yuan’s signature dishes, such as Steamed Abalone with Yunnan Black Garlic and the comforting Steamed Prawns in Herbal Broth.
There’s also a specially prepared Peking Duck carving station to celebrate the occasion.
In between appetisers and desserts, try any of their well-loved classics such as Lotus Leaf Glutinous Rice with Chicken and Mushrooms, Black Bean Spare Ribs, and Bean Curd with Century Egg and Chicken Floss.
If you’re still hooked on the salted egg taste, they have Salted Egg Custard Buns to calm those cravings.
Dim Sum Brunch Buffet Price: $78++ per adult
HSBC Credit Cards Promotion: 15% OFF Weekend Dim Sum including Mother’s Day on 12th May at Man Fu Yuan. Minimum two to dine.
T&C:– Offer is valid till 31 July 2019.– Reservation is required.– Payment must be made with a HSBC credit card.
5 Restaurants to Treat your Mothers on Mother’s Day:
Element, Amara Singapore Amara Singapore, Level 1, 165 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088539 Tel: +65 6879 2607 Opening Hours: 6.30am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)
If you’re looking for a place to celebrate Mother’s Day in Tanjong Pagar area, try Element at Amara Singapore, a unique restaurant-bar that fuses food, drink, and lifestyle all in one.
Make it an extra special meal with Element’s version of the popular delicacy Drunken Prawns, a Chinese/Singaporean dish prepared with fresh, live prawns made drunk and cooked with Chinese wine.
Complement mom’s beauty regimen with the health-boosting dish Braised Oxtail Broth, known for its luxuriously collagen-packed soup. Excellent for the skin, the oxtail broth is braised for 48 hours and enhanced with fresh thyme, rosemary, bay leaf, and paprika to create a deep, herbal flavour. She’ll not only enjoy the soup but also the tender, slow-cooked oxtail and hearty vegetables.
If she prefers white meat, go for the Chicken Ginseng Soup, which is also highly esteemed for its amazing health benefits.
Other collagen-rich non-soup options include the Pork Rind Jelly and Black Vinegar Trotters with Boiled Quail Eggs.
Price of Buffet for Mother’s Day Sunday Brunch: $68++ per adult $34++ per child (6 to 12 years old)
HSBC Credit Cards Promotion: Enjoy 30% off dining bill on Mother’s Day (12 May 2019) Buffet High Tea / Dinner (To enjoy the offer, bookings must be made by 4 May 2019.)
T&C:– Valid on 12th May 2019.– Bookings must be made by 4 May 2019.– Not valid with other promotions, privileges, discount cards and promotional vouchers, whichever is applicable.– All prices quoted are in Singapore dollars and subject to service charge and prevailing government taxes.– Amara Singapore reserves the right to change the Terms and Conditions without prior notice.
White Rose Café, York Hotel Singapore York Hotel Singapore, 21 Mount Elizabeth, Singapore 228516 Tel: +65 6737 0511 Opening Hours: 6am -11pm
This cosy 110-seater café located in the lobby of York Hotel Singapore offers gourmet specialties with distinct local and authentic Asian flavours. White Rose Café is also known for its popular thrice-yearly Penang Hawkers’ Fare featuring perennial Penang street food classics every March, September and December.
Create new buffet memories with mom through the café’s signature “Treasured Flavours of Singapore”, a daily a la carte lunch buffet featuring the house special Fish Head Curry and a long list of 25 creative dishes.
Be an early bird and partake of the Early Mother’s Day Appreciation Lunch on 11 May, serving the Treasured Flavours of Singapore Daily a la carte buffet lunch. Highlights of the special menu include seafood dishes like Black Ink Sotong and Fish Head Curry, Chicken Masala (an Indian-inspired dish in a spiced curry sauce) , and a veggie dish featuring Stir-fried Long Beans with Dried Shrimp.
If you decide to celebrate with the rest of the world on May 12, the Mother’s Day International Buffet Lunch will give you the likes of Grilled Salmon, Beef Sirloin or Chicken, and Chilli Crab, Stir-fried Honey Pork Ribs, Chicken Yakitori, Sayur Lodeh served with Rice Cake, Mee Siam, Hot Pulut Hitam, and Assortment of Tang Yuan in Ginger Soup.
For tea aficionado moms, the Mother’s Day High Tea Buffet on 12 May is worth getting. Pair your freshly brewed tea with a selection of sweet and savoury bites, including Chwee Kueh with Chye Poh, Oyster Omelette, Putu Mayam, Hot Tau Suan, and Assorted Nonya Kuehs.
Price of Buffets: Early Mother’s Day Appreciation Lunch* on 11 May 12pm to 230pm $36++ per adult, $18++ per child (5 to 11 years old)
Mother’s Day International Buffet Lunch on 12 May 12pm to 230pm $42++ per adult, $21++ per child (5 to 11 years old)
Mother’s Day High Tea Buffet on 12 May 3pm to 5pm $32++ per adult, $16++ per child (5 to 11 years old)
HSBC Credit Cards Promotion: Enjoy 10% off total bill for Mother’s Day promotions with full payment received before May 5, 2019.
T&C:– Full payment must be made before May 5, 2019– *Minimum 2 pax to dine for Mother’s Day Early Appreciation Lunch
Spice Brasserie, PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road 181 Kitchener Road, Singapore 208533 Tel: +65 6428 3160 Opening Hours: Breakfast 6:00am – 10:30am Lunch 12:00pm – 2:30pm Dinner 6:00pm – 10:00pm
As the name implies, the Spice Brasserie at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road is where you can find dishes that are rich in flavour from a medley of spices and seasonings. And like the French concept of brasserie, the ambiance in this 300-seater all-day dining restaurant is relaxingly casual.
The all-day dining Spice Brasserie offers you and your mom an extensive buffet of local and Asian fare this Mother’s Day. There are live stations to prepare your dishes upon request, an exciting Japanese sushi bar, and a variety of appetisers and desserts.
Key highlights from the spread items include local delights such as Double Boiled Chicken Soup with White Fungus, Thai Style Crab Tang Hoon, Oyster Mee Sua with Big Intestine, and Baked Half Shell Scallop with Salted Egg.
For diehard fans of durian, their rendition of Durian Pengat with Sticky Rice is worth tasting. It’s sweet the way it should be, this dessert is velvety smooth and has a buttery flavour. While the aroma of the fruit may be strong, the flavour is actually mild and not overwhelming.
To welcome and celebrate with all the mothers who come to Spice Brasserie, each one gets an exclusive Osmanthus Raindrop Jelly. What makes this freebie special is how it is individually plated for every mom. Admire how this transparent dessert is shaped like a beautiful water droplet.
Mother’s Day Buffet Lunch on 12 May 2019 (Sunday) Price: $58++ per adult, $29++ per child
HSBC Credit Cards Promotion: Mom dines free with three full paying adults
T&C:– All prices quoted are subject to GST and service charge.– Advance reservations are required.– Offer is not valid in conjunction with other existing discounts and promotions.– Child prices are only applicable for children below 12 years old.– Offer and event is valid on 12 May 2019, from 12:00pm to 2:30pm only.
The Salon, Hotel Fort Canning 11 Canning Walk Singapore 178881 Tel: +65 6799 8809 Opening Hours: 7am – 11pm Last order 10.30pm (Mon – Sun)
Pay tribute to the beloved matriarch in your family with an unforgettable Mother’s Day meal at The Salon in Hotel Fort Canning.
Leading the culinary team is Chef Jeffrey Tan, who’s ever so passionate about Peranakan cuisine and upgraded lunch buffet with over 10 Nyonya creations.
What’s special about these Nyonya dishes is that they’re off-menu, i.e. they’re typically offered upon special requests for the hotel’s events and functions.
Spice up your palates with these signature dishes, curated from the chef’s treasured recipes. Try his version of Nyonya Laksa, Ayam Buah Keluak, Sambal Kimchang Udang and Handmade Otak-Otak.
There’s even a dedicated kids’ buffet so you don’t have to worry about what to feed your picky little ones. For the globetrotter in the family, he or she can choose from an array of western delights like Roasted Buttermilk Herb-crusted Leg of Lamb and Crispy Whole Duck Confit, available to complement the Peranakan specials.
Now here’s a bonus. Dine at The Salon on Mother’s Day and your mom earns a chance to win a 60-minute Organic Aromatherapy Facial from the Chinois Spa. Time to pamper the most special woman in your life.
Price of Mother’s Day Buffet: Adult $75++, Child $38++ (4 – 12 years old)
HSBC Credit Cards Promotion: 20% savings on Mother’s Day Lunch Buffet (price above before discounts)
T&C:– Offer is applicable to adult and child lunch buffet prices on Mother’s Day, 12 May 2019.– Child under 4 years old dines for free when accompanied by a paying adult (limited to 2 children per adult).– Reservation is required and subject to availability.– To enjoy the Offer, full payment is required with HSBC credit card upon confirmation of reservation; payment made is non-refundable in the event of cancellation.– For reservations and enquiries, please call +65 6799 8809 or email [email protected] – Offer cannot be used in conjunction with other promotions, discounts, vouchers, and privileges, unless otherwise stated.– Buffet items may be served on a rotational basis.– Hotel Fort Canning reserves the right to amend or terminate the offer without prior notice.
The Square Restaurant, Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay 177A River Valley Road, Singapore 179031 Tel: +65 6433 8790 Opening Hours: 6am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)
On the 7th floor of Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay is The Square Restaurant, a modern hip venue known for its international themed buffets.
Strike up an interesting conversation with the chefs at the different stations. Designed with an open kitchen, The Square allows you to interact directly with the people actually cooking your food. Watch how they transform the ingredients into a dish just for you.
Go local with their Signature Laksa, prepared a la minute at the live station, mixing rice noodles with bean sprouts, prawns, eggs, and bean curd in a spicy shrimp coconut broth.
Also prepared live is The Square’s selection of pasta, where you can choose from penne, fettuccine, spaghetti and fusilli. Pair that with your choice of sauce, from carbonara to aglio olio, arrabiata, pesto or tomato.
Other stations to explore include appetisers and a Healthy Salad Counter, a cheese & dried fruits for those who love to nibble, and a Hot Station where you’ll find the signature Chili Crab.
Go surf and turf by combing the freshest catch from Seafood on Ice (the oysters are a must-try) and the various roasted meats at the Carving Station.
Exclusively available on Sunday/Mother’s Brunch is the Thunder Tea Rice, a traditional Chinese-style tea-based soup served with white rice, fried peanuts and a medley of vegetables. Looking for something with salted egg? Look for their Wok Fried Salted Egg “Cray Fish”.
If mom’s got a sweet tooth, get her the signature dessert Durian Pengat or the Chocolate Fondue complete with assorted sauces and toppings.
Wait, there’s more! End your celebration big-time with a Giant Cake that weights an incredible 3 kg! This heavyweight cake is specially made for Mother’s Day and will be cut and shared among diners on May 12 for both brunch and dinner. Don’t miss it!
Price of Buffet: 11 May Mother’s Day Brunch $68++ 11 May Seafood Dinner $78++ 12 May Mother’s Day Brunch and Dinner $68++
HSBC Credit Cards Promotion: 30% for Mother’s Day – 11 May (Lunch Only) & 12 May (Brunch and Dinner) 20% off total F&B bill with 3 or less diners valid from 1 July 2019 to 31 December 2019 25% off total F&B bill with 4 or more diners valid from 1 July 2019 to 31 December 2019
T&C:– Offer is not valid on eve of public holidays, public holidays, blackout dates and special occasions determined by Merchant.– Not valid with other discounts, privileges, set menus, special menus, vouchers, membership privileges, VIP cards.– Discount is not valid on service charge and taxes.
For more details on the latest #HSBCDining promotions, hop on over to www.hsbc.com.sg/dining . Terms and conditions apply for all promotions herein.
*This post was brought to you in partnership with HSBC Credit Cards.
Marriott International Brings Chef Heston Blumenthal To India For The Third Installment Of Masters Of Marriott
Marriott International Inc. is all set to bring down the master of scientific cooking, Chef Heston Blumenthal to India this week as part of their Masters of Marriott program, presented by American Express. Chef will be visiting Mumbai and Delhi and hosting an array of distinctive culinary experiences in the country. During his time here, chef will be revealing the secrets behind his distinguished multi-sensory culinary creations, sharing insights on his acclaimed cooking techniques and unveiling one of his signature dishes. The arrival of Chef Heston Blumenthal with Masters of Marriott is yet another initiative taken by Marriott International to celebrate the pursuit of consistent innovation and excellence in the world of F&B. While in India, Chef will be curating meal experiences using some of his signature cooking techniques in Mumbai at JW Marriott Mumbai Sahar on 20 April 2019 and in Delhi at JW Marriott New Delhi Aerocity on 21 April 2019. Commenting on his upcoming visit to the country Chef Heston Blumenthal said, “I am really excited to visit India for Masters of Marriott with Marriott International. I look forward to discovering the culture and enjoying the cuisine. The country’s diverse culinary strength has always amazed me and I can’t wait to experience some authentic Indian dishes. While in India, I will also be curating dinners in Mumbai and Delhi that will include few of my signature dishes.” Commenting on the association with Chef Heston Blumenthal, Neeraj Govil, Area Vice President, Marriott International, South Asia, said, “We are delighted to associate with the culinary alchemist, Chef Heston Blumenthal and we look forward to his arrival in India with Masters of Marriott. With F&B continuing to be one of our greatest strengths, the association between global chefs and our culinary experts at Marriott ensures that an array of enriching experiences await our guests and culinary enthusiasts wherever they go.” Manoj Adlakha, CEO – American Express Banking Corp., India, elaborated on the brand’s association with the initiative, “At American Express, we are passionate about providing memorable experiences to our Cardmembers. Our Cardmembers are highly engaged with elevated food and dining platforms, so we focus on enabling access to new and exciting culinary events. We are thrilled to partner with “Masters of Marriott” and bring Chef Heston Blumenthal to India for the first time ever! Making it even more special, Chef Heston will curate a Private Centurion Lunch in Mumbai and Delhi as a personalized event for our Cardmembers.” Launched in early 2019, Masters of Marriott is a pursuit of excellence in the field of gastronomy. Through this initiative, Marriott International Inc has hosted legendary chefs such as Marco Pierre White and Julien Royer in India. In the coming months, the brand will continue to host such exclusive experiences for its guests, including ticketed events, masterclasses and meet-and-greets with globally renowned culinary experts.
EPIC CHANNEL CELEBRATES MAHARASHTRA DAY AND GUJARAT DAY
Across the world, May 1 is celebrated as International Labour Day but the date is of special significance in India as the days when two of it’s most progressive states, Maharashtra and Gujarat celebrate, the day they achieved statehood. This year EPIC Channel – India Ka Apna Infotainment, known for its India centric content is taking the celebrations on-air, by showcasing unique stories from this region in a day-long curated programming line-up from 12 pm – 7 pm.
Culturally diverse and picturesque states with unique culinary traditions, the programmes will explore little known and unique facets of these states.
The special line-up by EPIC Channel, will feature episodes of Sharanam where Juhi Chawla will take the viewers on a journey to, ‘Ganpatipule’ on the western coast of Maharashtra, the abode, according to popular belief, of a 400- year-old self-manifested idol of Lord Ganesha. An episode on ‘Sai Baba’ of Shirdi where the viewers will get a chance to understand the message and miracles of Sai Baba through the eyes of his devotees. Another episode will cover Mahalaxmi of Kolhapur who is eulogised as the reason for the prosperity of the city.
Kahi Suni showcasing episodes on ‘Madhavpur Ghed’ in Gujarat, which traces the mystic romance of Lord Krishna’s wedding with Rukmini. ‘Adalaj Vav’, which tells the tale of Rani Radubai and the formation of the beautiful Adalaj Stepwell.
No journey in India is complete without a chapter on food, Lost Recipes hosted by Aditya Bal, will take the audience on a journey of food which is diffused into the pages of history and the rediscovery of a tradition that once was. One of the episodes on ‘Mumbai’ will focus on its 2000- year-old East Indian community, and their mouth-watering cuisine. Another episode will be on ‘Udwada’ in Gujarat where the host discovers the forgotten recipes of 19 th century that are a delightful amalgamation of Persian and Gujarati cultures and their flavours.
Viewers will get a chance to visit through the lens of history some of India’s most historic locations including Champner, Daulatabad, Murud, and Lakhpat through the show Ekaant.
Speaking about the special content line-up, Akul Tripathi, Content & Programming Head, EPIC Channel, said, “We have always believed in celebrating India and days that are special for the people and the country. Maharashtra and Gujarat are important weaves in the multi-coloured fabric of the country and their day of statehood is an opportunity to rejoice in the diversity of thought, culture, traditions, and histories and introduce them to the entire country.
Get set for an EPIC binge on the Maharashtra Day and Gujarat Day special on 1 st May, 2019 from 12 noon to 7 pm, only on EPIC Channel.
Become a Masterchef by Learning to Cook Different Cuisines at These 7 Cooking Classes in Delhi!
Home Chick Clique Become a Masterchef by Learning to Cook Different Cuisines at These 6… Become a Masterchef by Learning to Cook Different Cuisines at These 6 Cooking Classes in Delhi! By Print Is experimenting in the kitchen one of your favorite hobbies? We know you can’t learn all sorts of cooking at one go, but a foodie paradise like Dilli isn’t short on chefs who can teach you some culinary skills. Also, it’s never too late to learn something as basic and even relaxing (we swear, it is!) as cooking. So, check out these cookery classes in town where you can learn the art of cooking different cuisines. 1. South Indian Cuisine at Nita Mehta (Image Source: Facebook/asknitamehta)
Nita Mehta is amongst India’s most celebrated chef and cookbook authors. She launched her own cookery classes to share her passion and cooking skills. Nita Mehta offers courses in Lebanese food, baking, part snacks, Mexican, kitty part cooking and what not. But what caught our attention was her cooking course in South Indian cuisine. From Appam to Green Coconut chutney to Masala Rava Dosa, she is truly an expert. Not just that, she even has her own range of food products like spices, handmade chocolates. Here’s your chance to learn yummy South Indian cuisine!
Where: 3A/3 Asaf Ali Road New Delhi
3 Things You Should Probably Eat In Windsor, Ontario This Weekend
0 April 26,
There’s always something delicious happening in and around Windsor, Ontario. Here are 3 things that we think you should give a taste this weekend.
Thyme Kitchen Thyme Kitchen in downtown Windsor, Ontario.
This special treat may be the first thing you want to try this weekend. Available only on Friday, April 26, 2019, Thyme will serve up a variety of Singapore influenced dishes that will please vegans and non-vegans alike. Reservations are recommended.
Oxley Estate Winery Oxley Estate Winery’s Riesling
While their regular menu is still being served this weekend, Oxley Estate Winery is also offering up a Korean influenced, four-course prix-fixe menu just for this weekend. Take a look at the full menu here .
Robbie’s Gourmet Sausage Co. The J9 Indian sausage from Robbie’s Gourmet Sausage Company in Windsor, Ontario.
These extremely flavourful links are a collaboration between Robbie’s and chef Nav Sehmbi of Atmosphere Fine Foods. The J9 is made using traditional Indian cooking techniques and Robbie’s house-made Masala, these sausages are sure to satisfy the most ardent fans of Indian cuisine.
One-dish meals for lazy afternoons
The Bengalis call it panta bhaat, but, it is in Orissa that the ‘stale’ rice kept overnight in water to aid fermentation is treated like a delicacy; it is called pakaal here. Once the staple for the poor, and something the rich sneered at, it is sought after today. We love it in all its incarnations, including the Akhamia, Chattisgarhi or Jharkhandi rendering, but we have a small niggle. The light meal has long ceased to be a ‘one dish’ meal. It castes its spell due to the contribution made by a wide array of accompaniments, vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian. And in that we digress, as usual.
In different parts of our country, there are many lost recipes waiting to be ‘rediscovered’. Appropriate for the season, these are primarily designed to save on the unpleasant time spent in the kitchen. In South India, it is the super cooling thayir sadam, or curd rice, and in Uttarakhand they have jaula. We had a taste of this long lost ‘friend’ at a recent unveiling of ‘exotic’ cuisine from Uttarakhand at a hotel in Gurgaon. It shone with sheer simplicity. Though we do have a partisan interest in promoting food from the land of our birth, we are confident you will love it!
The appearance, similar to a semi-solid khichdi, is deceptive. Please note that no hard to digest lentils are used in this dish. It can be enjoyed at room temperature or hot and does not depend on fair-weather or true friends like papad, aachaar, mule et al. A tinge of sour is contributed by dahi or chhach and ginger and chillies act as astringent. For us, this one dish quick fix is as close to a ‘shadras exotica’ as anything can come. It combines all six basic tastes that are the basis of all therapeutic and aesthetic concepts in Indian cuisines. Easy to prepare, easy to digest, appetising — what more can one ask for! As for the looks, beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. Doesn’t it? Jaula
Ingredients 1 cup rice (not long grain or aromatic) 2 & 1/2 cup buttermilk/curd (diluted) A pinch of turmeric 1 inch ginger (scraped and grated or diced) Salt to taste 1/2 tsp cumin seeds 1 green chilli (deseeded and chopped fine) A sprig of fresh coriander 1 tsp ghee Method
Pick and clean the rice. Soak it in water for 15 minutes. Drain. Place a pan on a stove. Add the rice in along with buttermilk and a pinch of turmeric and salt. Bring it to a boil.
Reduce the flame to medium-high and cover the pan. Cook until the liquid is all absorbed. Stir and mash a little. Garnish with green chillies and coriander leaves. Heat the ghee in a ladle and add the cumin seeds. When these crackle, pour over the jaula.