Daily Archives: February 7, 2012

Cant Decide Where To Celebrate Valentine’s Day This Year?

So the 14th of Feb is exactly one week away. A day to celebrate love- not just between a couple but also among your loved ones. If you havent made your dinner reservation for that special day, why not surprise your Valentine with dinner at The ART? Escape the crazy town crowds and enjoy a rustic quiet getaway in the west.

Enjoy a 4 course meal at $40 nett per person and receive a special personalized photo insert with your loved one + a complementary The ART mug as keepsake of the occasion at the end of the night.

The ART which stands for Assumption Restaurant for Training, is a training restaurant which provides a realistic working environment for Assumption Pathway School students as an extension of their ISC Food Preparation and Service curriculcum. This semi- fine dining restaurant also offers an alfresco option for couples who wish to enjoy the evening breeze.

3 Inch Sin (Cluny Court) | NOW CLOSED

I am really thankful for the new circle line and how it has made once inaccessible places now very accessible. Cluny court is one such example and is now less than a 5 min walk from Botanic Garden station. Well known for being home to Simply Bread, Relish, Awfully Chocolate and Da Paolo, Cluny court also houses the original 3 Inch Sin store (the second one recently opened in Millenia Walk). This cafe is located in a relatively obscure corner on the second level and you probably will not notice it if you were not looking for it.

3 Inch Sin is a chocolate dessert cafe that specialises in, as the name of the store suggests, 3 inch sized molten chocolate cakes. And believe me nothing is sexier than pure decadent chocolate oozing out of the 3 inch Original Molten Cake which we ordered. At $6.50 per ramekin, this warm chocolate cake was simply heaven on earth. Choosing to pay an additional $3.50 for a scoop of Sea Salt & Caramel ice-cream was the best decision we made on our part. Simply lush.

The menu also offers other flavours of molten lava cakes which makes this place so unique- lemon, hazelnut, bitter orange and mint just to name a few.