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11 food trends for 2016

11 food trends for 2016

As we get ready to ring in the new year, we look at some food and drink trends that will likely take Singapore by storm in 2016.
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Big Street is a local heritage style dine-in restaurant. The shop house is a corner unit with excellent full glass frontage where you can enjoy the view of the park from any level. Comfortable seating, entertaining music and interesting furnishing created a welcoming atmosphere for dining in and chilling out.
Honolulu Café Singapore is famous for their special tarts and they also serves variety of drinks. This place is best for meeting up friends.
Sakurazaka infuses the traditional shabu-shabu and sukiyaki with an European flair, offering a variety of fresh Japanese and European ingredients and condiments to create a unique, yet familiar and unpretentious experience.
Chouquette by Ollella specialises in making a little bundle of airy crispy choux pastries filled with luscious cream layered by different flavors and textures. Every choux is made with carefully selected ingredients to give you the most satisfying bite of your day. They are wishing that you may enjoy their lovingly made pastries as they enjoy making it special for you.
Saint Pierre serves authentic French food with abundant style in its sensational cuisine, dazzling beverages, elegant service and striking interiors. The team of Saint Pierre is dedicated to ensuring uncompromised dining pleasure and they welcome the opportunity to stamp a mark of distinction on your every visit.
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Toku Izakaya Bar serves variety of Drinks, beers and Japanese cuisine such as Sashimi, Oden and their Jumbo clam.
Angela May is an acclaimed Culinary Host and TV Presenter on travel and food channels around the world, such as Planet Food. As the brand ambassador of DHM, Angela truly embodies the spirit of DHM: dynamic, creative, passionate, East-meets-West. She has been the English voice of the world’s most prestigious cooking competition Bocuse d’Or, as well as the World Pastry Cup, for seven years running. Angela also has a Le Diplôme de Cuisine from famed French Culinary Academy ‘Le Cordon Bleu’, Sydney
Mo'mor, a contemporary izakaya with Japanese and European elements. Nestled in the cosy enclave of Tanglin, the restaurant does out amazing tapas and grills at affordable prices. Exuding a congenial and clam vive as well as boasting indoor and alfresco settings, Mo'mor makes an ideal address for tote-à-têtes or family gatherings.
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A wide variety of delicious sashimi and sushi, with freshness in every bite. Signature dishes are Giant Chirashi and Super California-style Maki that are bursting with flavours and great for sharing.
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Ramen Keisuke is 40 seater restaurant that will specialise in Mr. Keisuke Takeda's new creation Crab Broth Ramen. In Ramen Keisuke Kani King instead of using pork base which is commonly used Mr. Takeda uses specially imported swimming crabs and chicken bones to create the creamy base for Crab Broth Ramen with Rich Soup and for Crab Broth Ramen with Clear Soup it will be a mixture of crabs special blended herbs and vegetables and subsequently simmered down for hours to retain the distinct seafoo
Tokyo Sundubu serves Japanese, Korean cuisine and is famous for their Stew Spicy Hotpot dishes. Their foods are very delicious and healthy since Sundubu is made of the specially processed soft tofu, which they called house-made tofu contains Soy Milk derived from high protein, low calorie product. Visit them at Suntec City Mall.