Hotel Jen, Singapore: Dishing Up A Quirky & Stylish Experience, In The Heart Of The City &#8211

If you haven’t heard of the brand Hotel Jen, then I’m sure it’s only a matter of time as it continues to rapidly expand across the region under the watchful management of Shangri-La. Previously known as the Trader’s Hotel – a tired and somewhat dated property – the newly re-branded Hotel Jen welcomes you with a quirky, old-retro feel that leaves you with a smile on your face. The friendly staff are on the ball and checking in was very quick. Location, Location, Location Situa

Dirty French (NYC): French Bistro Food, Air Jordans & Julian Schnabel -Living 360

Where? Dirty French is a modern take on a French bistro situated on the Lower East Side of New York City. The restaurant was created by Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick. With it’s eight foot high neon pink peep show signs reading Dirty and French it is impossible to miss – fast becoming a landmark in the LES. What? The restaurant takes classic French dishes and uses modern techniques and flavors to create an exciting and contemporary menu. The restaurant caters

Soi 60 dishes out a no-nonsense approach to classic Thai food in Singapore

The Singapore dining scene, especially in hip urban hot-spots like Robertson Quay is fast becoming a breeding ground for greedy restaurateurs who have no guilt about charging extraordinary pricing for mediocre food. Nestled around such establishments in the Robertson Quay area is a hipster-ish eatery that may easily be mistaken for such a place, but refreshingly is something quite the opposite. When we were invited down by the lovely folks at Soi 60 Thai to come back and try