Founded in 2015, Kitchen Showdown is one of the foremost culinary team building providers in Singapore. Blending together the concept of “The Power of Play” with culinary challenges to bring people together, we harness the spirit of team building and collectiveness through our array of programmes that are not just limited to cooking but also and array of engaging, memorable and fun activities.Don’t just take what we say. Hear it also from our many satisfied and happy customers that have enjoyed the Kitchen Showdown experience. From government departments to Fortune 500 MNCs and small businesses, their rave reviews and glowing testimonials are testaments of our pride in serving you.
Rise & Grind Coffee Co has evolved to more than just a cafe. Today, it serves from breakfast to dinner, and not forgetting it's roots of good coffee and dessert. It serves wide range of mains, including pizza, pasta and burgers, that will satisfy your needs from day to night.It currently has 2 branches:Oasis Terraces Punggol #01-06Bukit Timah Plaza #L1-CA1Dine at Rise & Grind, Western Food in Singapore.
Hong kong Street Jia Kee provide with many food options to choose from and one of our must try signature dish will be Herbal Wine Seafood pot (one & only at Hougang). Address:Blk 121 Hougang Avenue 1 #01-1358Singapore (530121)Mobile : 82928810 / 92964944Email : firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb : www.hongkongstreetjk.com
Don't miss out on this great event on 17 Oktober - CLICK Here for more details - should be fun!! https://www.angloinfo.com/singapore/events/entertainment/oktoberfest-2017-youngs-bar-restaurant-17-octoberOktoberfest 20https://www.angloinfo.com/singapore/events/entertainment/oktoberfest-2017-youngs-bar-restaurant-17-october17 @ YOUNGS Bar & Restaurant 17 October
Really unimpressed with the quality and prices of the newly opened food court at the basement of Tanglin Mall. Apart from the 2 Indian stalls (Same good quality same owners) the rest is owned by one owner who has employed main land Chinese to run all the different stalls. I tried the Vietnamese Poh Chicken, so bad I gave it back - told them to go to Shaw Center to learn how to make it!