Saturday, April 7, 2018

Trip to Seoul - Day 1 at Incheon Airport food court food on air

Mrupupup went to Seoul, South Korea. It was a great trip. I loved Seoul after since the K-wave swept through our TV screens. Many things to see in South Korea. Here goes the trip day 1.

Landed in Seoul transit via Kuala Lumpur. The airport in Seoul is pretty clean place. You can check out the eating place 'Food on Air' that serves decent Korean food at good prices. Go to the basement level of the arrival hall of the airport.


The basement food court of Incheon Airport served a nice set of dumplings and bibimbap for late breakfast or lunch. Pretty nice and hot food after a long flight.







Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Swiss Butchery at Tanglin Post Office Singapore

Just want to share that the Swiss Butchery has Chinese New Year items at their Tanglin outlet, which is located at 56 Tanglin Rd. It’s the same building as the Tanglin Post Office.

 Their popular delicacies like:
  • Bestselling Jumbo Roast Golden Chickens ($20) are back with flavours such as Honey Glazed, Black Pepper and our latest – Teriyaki!
  • Famous Roast Pork Belly ($28.80) also makes a return with explosive flavours and succulent juicy meat that just melts in your mouth.
  • If you prefer something more traditional, get the Braised Whole Duck with Chestnut Filling ($68) or Special Braised Pork Rib with Naga Chili ($48).
  • Toss in the New Year with their Properity Yusheng Platter ($48.80) which serves 10-12 people, and comes with either tuna or salmon.

Mrupupup went to their Tanglin Post Office store and saw so many food items to try. The store even sells Chinese New Year cookies! Check out the pictures! Huat Arh!







Saturday, January 20, 2018

Experience Karneval’s Gemütlichkeit at Brotzeit Singapore

Karneval is a traditional German festival that dates back hundreds of years to mark the beginning of Lent. It is a time of eating, drinking and merriment, usually accompanied by a huge parade combining elements of a circus, masks and social satire. As part of the festivities, street vendors selling simple German fare such as pretzels and bratwursts, as well Karneval’s specialty beers, can be found on every corner to satisfy any hunger pangs.

Come 16 January to 25 February 2018, Brotzeit Singapore is bringing the flavours and Gemütlichkeit (a feeling of warmth, friendliness, and good cheer) of Karneval to Singapore. In lieu of a parade, Brotzeit will be launching a specially-curated Karneval menu, featuring festival favourites and traditional beer from the land of Karneval, Cologne. Brotzeit is also introducing their We Dare You! Brotzeit Challenge, a “Man Vs Food” sausage-eating challenge for a pair of friends to finish eating a half-meter sausage baguette together.

Brotzeit dares you to take on their Half-metre German Sausage Challenge. Teams of two will each have four minutes to finish a half-meter of Brotzeit’s Deutsche Halbmeter Wurst, featuring classic Nürnberger sausages, served with sauerkraut and potato salad in a baguette. That’s about as long as an entire adult forearm, for your easy reference. Any team that completes the challenge within the stipulated four minutes will enjoy the sausage on the house, as well as bragging rights as Brotzeit’s Wurst Champions.

Share a Zweierlei von Huhn (Duo of Chicken, $40) with a friend, a combination of half an oven-roasted chicken and half a golden fried chicken, served with fries and potato salad on the side. Alternatively, Brotzeit’s Yummylicious Trio ($24), which come with 2 glasses of draft beers or 2 bottles of Kölsch beer (0.3L). The trio features a trifecta of oven-baked meatloaf, chicken schnitzel with rocket leaves, and German meat patty with gherkin and lettuce, all served on a single platter. Can’t stop at one? Brotzeit’s selection of Deutsche Tapas (German Tapas, 3 for $15, 6 for $28, 12 for $45) will leave you spoilt for choice.

Choose from a variety of 12 different bites: Bierbeisser, super food salad, spicy chicken sausages, currywurst, golden fried chicken, cheese spätzle, meatballs, seabass filet, fried mushrooms, meatloaf in mini kaiser roll, chicken schnitzel in mini kaiser roll, and their meat patty in mini kaiser roll. Beer-lovers will definitely be able to appreciate the Karneval-exclusive Gaffel Kölsch (1 bottle at $10, bucket of 5 at $48, 5L party keg at $98), a fresh speciality beer from Cologne with a delicate blend of a bitter yet pleasant and slightly hoppy taste. Brewed according to a time-honored family recipe and the German Purity Law of 1516, Gaffel Kölsch is clearly distinguished from all other Kölsch brands.

About Brotzeit Singapore - Established in 2006, Brotzeit is a home-grown casual dining restaurant introducing world-famous German beers accompanied by authentic German Cuisine in a chic and contemporary setting. At Brotzeit, they believe in creating a warm, friendly and welcoming environment. Dining at Brotzeit should be a gemütliche experience, one which is unique, credible and memorable!

Outlets are located at :
1 HarbourFront Walk #01-149/151, VivoCity Singapore 098585
252 North Bridge Road, #01-17 Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103







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