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Novotel Singapore during Stevens’ Food Exchange is an all-day dining smorgasboard grill featuring a alloy of Asian and European cuisine.

Diners can demeanour brazen to signature highlights such as rotational fry meats (beef, lamb or pork), 18-hour slow-cooked beef cheeks, European cheese and cold cuts, uninformed seafood on ice, pasta and risotto, Hokkien mee, as good as a foie gras live hire for Sunday brunches.

Weekday ($42++ a person) and Saturday ($52++) lunch is served from noon to 2.30pm, while Sunday Champagne Brunch ($128++) is accessible between noon and 3pm. For cooking (6 to 10pm), a weekday (Mondays to Thursdays) cost is $58++, while a weekend (Fridays to Sundays) cost is $68++.

A la grant options are also available, with highlights such as Giant Wagyu Beef Burger ($26++), Grilled Salmon ($25++), Slow-cooked Beef Cheek ($32++) and Roasted Tomato Soup ($10++).

As partial of a opening promotion, Food Exchange has also launched an Oyster Buffet Dinner from Fridays to Sundays (6 to 10pm, until a finish of May) during $68++ a person, where a oyster bar will also have seafood on ice and a accumulation of general cuisines.

Where: Level 2 Novotel Singapore on Stevens, 28 Stevens Road Open: Noon to 2.30pm (Mondays to Saturdays), noon to 3pm (Sunday champagne brunch), 6 to 10pm daily Info: Call 6491-6100, e-mail or go to SingaporeStevens


Bali infrequent dining bar and grill Rumours Bar Grill is now in Singapore, carrying non-stop recently during Holland Village.

Having won countless awards in Bali, Rumours aims to make a symbol on a internal food and libation stage with a all-week live-band performances and live DJ sets on weekends, and a menu by award-winning cook Noor Azman.

The menu boasts pasta dishes ($8.80+ to $13.80+; prices are theme to 10 per cent use charge; GST will request from Apr 1), pity platters ($29.80+ to $89.80+), grilled specialities ($12.80+ to $38.80+) and Singapore’s favourite bar snacks ($7.80+ to $11.80+).

One signature plate is a 1.2kg Australian Black Angus Fiorentina Bistecca ($89.80+), a pity platter comprising a primary cut of 200 days grain-fed beef baked sous vide-style and grilled, and served with sauteed potatoes and roasted vegetables.

Other pity platters embody Whole Grilled Baked Red Snapper Fish ($38.80+), 1kg Oriental BBQ Pork Ribs ($41.80+) and Mixed Grilled Platter, comprising tenderloin, lamb and duck served with fat chips and roasted vegetables ($39.8+).

Another signature plate is Rumours Grilled Cheese Burger ($12.80+), comprising a housemade patty grilled to perfection, surfaced with bacon, cheddar cheese and crispy Old Dutch cheese and served with fat chips.

Grilled specialities embody 300gm M6 Ribeye Wagyu ($38.80+), 250gm Rack of Lamb ($29.80+), Pan-Grilled Chicken Breast ($14.8+) and Grilled Whole Lobster Thermidor ($28.8+).

During happy hour (5 to 8pm daily), any squeeze of a Rumours Tower or a Heineken Tower comes with a giveaway bar snack. Customers can suffer dual hours of free-flow drinks ($35+) with a Liquid Buffet graduation (8pm to midnight daily).

Where: 24A Lorong Mambong, Holland Village Open: 5pm to 1am daily Info: Call 6463-5053, e-mail or go to or


Austria’s heading bakery, Guschlbauer, has set adult a initial South-east Asian store in Singapore during Waterway Point in Punggol.

The code has scarcely 100 years of story – it was started in 1919 as a manufacturer of bakery products. It prides itself on peculiarity and trustworthiness and uses usually reward Austrian ingredients.

It has 3 other franchises in Toronto, Seoul and Hong Kong. The Hong Kong opening reportedly has a top sales turnover for bakery chains.

Guschlbauer’s signature offerings embody a Quarter Cheese Bun and Devil Cheese Bun. The latter is so renouned that it is a must-try for Singapore travellers to Hong Kong.

The Waterway Point opening sells a cheese buns, toast and a Kissling (a cranky between a croissant and a doughnut).

The cheese buns ($5.80 nett each) come in original, chocolate, matcha and tiramisu flavours. Toast choices are Original Toast ($3.50), Cheese Toast ($4.80) and Whole Wheat Toast ($5.60).

The Butter Garlic Kissling ($8.80) and a Cheese Bun Original are a prohibited sellers, says a bakery.

Where: 01-K16 Waterway Point, 83 Punggol Central Open: 10am to 10pm daily Info: E-mail or go to

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