Friday, April 07, 2006

Secret Recipe

Other than Swensens, one of our favourite restaurants in Singapore is Secret Recipe. This restaurant chain is actually based in Malaysia, but it has already opened several branches in Singapore, such as IMM Building, Plaza Singapura, Suntec City, Marina Square etc. I even heard from my wife that they also have opened a branch in Jakarta's Taman Anggrek Mall, but we've never been there before. The outlet list in Singapore can be found here. They are already halal certified by MUIS.

On Wednesday (5/4) lunch time, I had lunch with my wife at Secret Recipe in IMM Building (see top left picture). It's located on the first floor, just next to the KFC restaurant. My wife ordered her favourite Irish Lamb Stew, mutton ribs stewed with an Irish special steak sauce, topped with mashed potatoes, while myself ordered the Black Pepper Chicken Steak served with rice and salad. Delicious. :)


In the evening, the whole family took Uncle Sigit to Plaza Singapura for a short sightseeing. Since Inka haven't had her dinner yet, I took Inka to Secret Recipe (again), this one is the Plaza Singapura branch, located on the third floor. Inka ordered her favourite kids burger, served with hash browns, while myself just ordered the chocolate fudge cake for dessert since I already had my dinner. Secret Recipe is also famous for its wide range of cakes available, from several types of chocolate cakes, cheese cakes and tiramisu.

Similar to Swensens, the price is moderate, with dishes between $9 and $15, while the cake is sold at $4.50 per slice. Last time, DBS credit card holders got 10% discount, unfortunately the promotion is no longer in action. Take note that if you have Worldcard issued by Genting or Suntec City Privilege Card, you can redeem your Worldcard points here.

[Indonesian version]

1 comment:

s_jenkins said...

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