One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well - Virginia Woolf
And we couldn't agree more. Nourishing the body and soul with food is indeed, one of the most primitive comforts of humankind. And in Singapore, there's certainly no lack of hearty fare in the neighbourhoods but every now and then, a special occassion calls for something a little more gastronomical, a little more indulgent.
The tribe behind Xperience and 1927 Rooftop Bar presents a new takeaway menu curated by culinary designer Hong Dongzhao and boy does it cover ground. From familiar favourites like burgers and a good ol' Bolognese, there's also a Poland-Singapore fusion family-style menu for the entire (read: same-household) family to gather around; filling those tummies would not be an issue. For the stressed-out adults who could do with a drink, fret not. 1927's bottled cocktails are coming to the rescue. Prefer a bottle of red, white or bubbly? SO/Singapore's got it covered with 50% off selected wines too. Psst... there's a bundle with 6 bottles of champagne.
And we journey to the garden paradise of Sofitel Sentosa that has put together a selection that showcases the best nosh from The Cliff, Le Bar and Kwee Zeen. Handmade pizzas puffing up in a wood-fired oven... porcini rubbed wagyu striploin... wild blueberry fananciers and buttery scones... Yums. A multi-course sunday brunch at home is also made possible with the Magnifique Brunch that features 12 dishes and an assortment of cheeses! What's a bit of french luxury without a cheese platter, right? Bubblies can come with brunch too, if you so wish to. Hosting a mid-year town hall perhaps? The high tea set would certainly be a nice touch for fellow co-workers whilst WFH continues as the default. If the atmosphere cannot be experienced together, let food be the common ground that binds.
Keep each other safe and in the meanwhile, it's also never too early to start planning for a local getaway to recharge.