Panicking and unable to make up your mind on where to bring your dad to this Fathers’ Day weekend? Don’t worry, we’re here to help battle your frenzy. This weekend, pay tribute to your dearest father for all the noble things he has done for you from putting a shelter over your head, to running around the entire house to arrest a cockroach just to put your mind at ease. For the Fathers’ Day special, we bring you three suggestions for you to treat your dad to a satisfying meal which he’ll never forget. Happy Fathers’ Day!
Beerfest Asia 2016
Marina Promenade (F1 tracks behind Singapore Flyer)
You cannot deny that one of the best ways to let your hair down after an exhausting week of work is to indulge in a refreshing pint of beer together with some good music. This weekend, be sure to get your tummies filled with pint after pint of your favourite brew, as Beerfest Asia 2016 returns for its eighth edition. Located at the scenic Marina Promenade, the largest beer festival in Asia will see over 500 beers from more than 35 exhibitors, proving itself to be a great feat for beer connoisseurs and amateurs alike. Held from 16 to 19 June, the four-day festival will surprise you not just with its diverse range of beers and drinks, but the activities and entertainment lined up for you. Local and international stand-up comedians will be there to crack you up with their jokes, while live music and bands, including Europe’s top Queen tribute band, will pay tribute to renowned artists like Bon Jovi, Abba and Elton John. With five marquees of different themes for you to bump around and have fun, there’s no way you can say no this weekend of drinking and letting loose. Let’s get drunk!
For more details, visit http://www.beerfestasia.com/
Salt Grill & Sky Bar by Luke Mangan
55 and 56 Floors, ION Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801
Salt Grill & Sky Bar has just launched their latest spring/summer menu that features dishes with a greener palette, plated and served in creative ways. The restaurant is located on the summit of ION Orchard, where you can look forward a meal bursting with exciting and unique flavours while enjoying a panoramic sky view of the city. Start your meal with the Salt salad, a bowl filled with vibrant spring colours, choosing from a variety of seasonal baby vegetables, lentils, soft hen’s egg, sourdough wafer and a whipper burrata blended with truffle honey. Of course, this dish is more than suitable for vegetarians. Next up, look forward to mouth-watering steaks! The Sirloin 250g comes from Rangers Valley, New South Wales, where the cows were all grain fed. It’s served with wholegrain marmalade, watercress and shallots. And what’s a modern Australian cuisine without seafood? Order a side of Seared Scallop complete with pork crackling and creamy cauliflower puree and XO sauce to finish off your spring adventure.
Tel: +65 6592 5118
15 Stamford Road Capitol Galleria #01-84 Singapore 178906
Food explorers, fret not, as Naughty Nuri’s has finally arrived in Singapore and here to satisfy your Balinese food cravings. The restaurant originates from Ubud Bali and has just recently launched their first ever outlet in Singapore at Capitol Piazza. You will be able to discover a range of traditional Balinese delights without leaving your comfort zone. Designed with a laid back ambience, Naughty Nuri’s is a great venue to bring your family and friends for an evening of hearty delights and catch ups. They are best known for their barbecued pork ribs that are specially marinated in Naughty Nuri’s in-house signature sauce and keeps you wanting more. The pork ribs are a must-try, as the meats are flavourful and mouth watering. If you’re a chili lover, don’t forget to dip your pork ribs into their homemade kechap manis chili sauce to receive the most authentic Balinese experience. Red meats are always best accompanied with cocktails, and for that we recommend Naughty Nuri’s classic martini specials and coco de aqua to get the full beach-like experience.
Tel: +65 6384 7966
Text credit: Dewey Sim and Vincent Loh