12 fine dining home delivery or takeaway menus from top restaurants - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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12 fine dining home delivery or takeaway menus from top restaurants

Dine like kings in the comfort of your own home with this list of lavish eats available for self-collection or delivery
Divine partnership - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Divine partnership

Oxwell & Co is continuing its partnership with Straits Clan with a refreshed menu!

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A whole new level

Watch the sun set over the Marina Bay area with a cocktail, and then enjoy a sumptuous dinner at VUE

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Bonjour, Poulet + Brasserie

SINAGPORE (Dec 2): From the good people who brought you the popular Poulet Amazing French Roast Chicken comes a new dining concept based on the Poulet brand that has just opened its doors in ION Orchard.

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Two chefs in a kitchen

SINGAPORE (Oct 29): You know you are in the business district when you recognise some of the diners at the restaurant as members of the financial fraternity. This was the case at Racines — a restaurant with live cooking stations that serves French and C

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South Indian sophistication

SINGAPORE (July 30): In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital, the after-hours social is not confined to drinks at a trendy bar. Frequently, it also means roti canai with fish head curry and a cup of teh tarik at the local mamak. The food is cheap and good,


RE&S 3Q earnings halved to $0.9 mil on higher expenses

SINGAPORE (May 8): Japanese restaurant operator RE&S Group saw its 3Q18 earnings halve to $0.9 million from $1.9 million a year ago on higher expenses and after taking into account one-off IPO expenses of $1.1 million.


No Signboard 1Q earnings rise 56.1% to $1.4 mil

SINGAPORE (Feb 14): No Signboard has announced $1.4 million in earnings for the 1Q ended Dec 2017, up 56.1% from its earnings of $0.9 million posted in 1Q17 on higher other income. 

Broker's Calls

Higher costs could rein in Jumbo’s rapid expansion plans: DBS

SINGAPORE (Aug 10): DBS Vickers Securities is maintaining its “hold” call on restaurant operator Jumbo Group while lowering its target price to 67 cents from 72 cents previously, with the view that the group’s growth plans may be challenged by highe