Kitchen Language Restaurants cook up a storm

August 29, 2012

Attended Far East’s Media Party held at Oasia Hotel opposite Novena MRT yesterday. It was a blast and I really enjoyed myself!

You may be familiar with Far East Organization as a property and shopping mall developer, but did you know that Far East Organization also has a Food & Beverage arm as well as a Hotel arm?

Far East Hospitality operates the largest hospitality portfolio in Singapore, comprising of 8 hotels and 9 serviced residences. Heard of Orchard Parade Hotel, Village Hotels and Quincy Hotel? Those are all under Far East Hospitality. And of course Oasia Hotel, which I will blog about in the next post.

Yesterday was the launch of the new website. With the launch, the group is offering 40% off its Best Available Rates with a minimum of 2 nights’ stay from 1 September 2012 to 3 March 2013. Bookings must be made between 28 August and 3 September 2012.

Kitchen Language Restaurants

But for me, the highlight of the evening had to be dinner, served up by the various Kitchen Language Restaurants. Did I mention that Kitchen Language is the F&B arm of Far East Organization? Cold Stone Creamery, KUMO, OChre, SALTA, SPRING JuChunYuan, Saltwater Cafe, Zaffron, Quiznos Sub and Tully’s Coffee are all operated by Kitchen Language.

All the food tasted fantastic, so I won’t comment too much but to let the pictures do the talking.

Far East Hospitality Media Party at Oasia Hotel (4)

Far East Hospitality has won awards from Trip Advisor so the Ollie the Owl was here to lend support. I’m not too sure why he seems to perpetually have a shocked look. Maybe he’s shocked at the rock bottom hotel deals out there….

Kitchen Language Zaffron (2)

Kueh Pieti

KUMO Japanese Kaiseki Restaurant
Kitchen Language Kumo (2)

Delicious and succulent sashimi

Kitchen Language Kumo (3)

OChre Italian Restaurant | Bar
Kitchen Language Ochre

Parma Ham

Kitchen Language Ochre (2)

Buffala Mozzarella — This tasted SO GOOD, I was in high heavens! I absolutely adore buffala mozzarella. It may look like a lump of white pau, but trust me, the taste is out of this world. And the milky liquid in the centre, is like icing on the cake! Oh if only I could tar pow a few of these home!

Kitchen Language Ochre (4)

Caesar Salad

Kitchen Language Ochre (5)

Kitchen Language Ochre (7)

Serrano Ham


Kitchen Language JuChunYuan (2)

Peking Duck

Salta Argentine Parrilla + Grocer

Kitchen Language Salta

Kitchen Language Salta (2)

Meat Pies


Kitchen Language Zaffron


Kitchen Language Zaffron (3)

Condiments for the Kueh Pieti

Cold Stone Creamery

Croquembouche with Straberries (2)

Nothing like a croquembouche to wow your guests I’m sure. I love the way they have studded it with metal looking toothpicks!

Mixed Fruit Mini Tarts (2)

Mixed Fruit Tarts

Lychee Panna Cotta (2)

Lychee Panna Cotta — It didn’t have a panna cotta texture, and on the contrary tasted very much like yoghurt! Despite that, I still loved it, which was surprising cuz I am not that huge a fan of yoghurt!Far East Hospitality Media Party at Oasia Hotel

Arthur Kiong, CEO of Far East Hospitality, Raphael Saw, Chief Operating Officer of Far East Hospitality and Trip Advisor.

Far East Hospitality Media Party at Oasia Hotel (7)

Me and one of my blogger friends Grace from WorkingwithGrace

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