Interesting hot pot I came across in West Coast Plaza.
A soft toy as welcome gift.
And more if you get more stamps by patronising the restaurant.
More branches beside this at West Coast Plaza.
The best camera a photographer has is the one he carries. Unfortunately, I have to make do with my smartphone as I did not expect this lunch 🙂
Finally tasted the fruit of my labour for the past 11 months.
After an intense but rewarding 11-month programme, there’s no better way to celebrate the than a splendid dinner.
I have to catch a flight at 9.20am and left home very early to avoid the jam to the airport. I would have grab a quick breakfast if not for a complimentary access to the lounge, blessing from the DBS Altitude card. This card came with a priority pass with two complimentary access to many lounges all over the world (see here). In fact, there are quite a few travel friendly credit cards that provide lounge access as well (see here). However, as far as I’m concern, I still prefer the Altitude over the rest because its annual fee can be waived if a minimum amount is charged to the card per year. At 25,000, it is quite doable if all the combined family expenses are charged to it. So the travel benefits and air miles really comes with no additional cost.
Anyway, here’s what I enjoyed for free.
I had a belated birthday celebration for my wife at the Pelican. The food was great but the peaceful and quiet time together was even better 🙂
Roasted pumpkin, japanese pumpkin salad with feta cheese
Crumbled bleu cobb, tomato, bacon, avocado, chopped egg
Baked salmon fillet, glazed peas and cucumber
Pelican burger, chopped steak, smoked ketchup, fries
Sweet potato cake, served with sweet potato cream
And after sending her back to office, I found some time to take advantage of the blue skies.
This is really ramen play, dip the noodles and drink up the soup later after filling it up with hot water.
I heard several good recommendations about The Line Restaurant at Shangri-La Hotel but never had a chance to try it till today.
First the seafood and cold dishes
Next, the meat.
The Indian section, my favorite.
Then the Laska
Finally, the desserts
Overall experience, food is food, spread is great but come at a cost.