18 Feb '17, 10pm

Lobster Bonanza at Melt Cafe, Mandarin Oriental Singapore – All-You-Can-Eat Lobster Galore https://t.co/0wYVnv5PEk

Lobster Bonanza at Melt Cafe, Mandarin Oriental Singapore – All-You-Can-Eat Lobster Galore https://t.co/0wYVnv5PEk

What started out as just something fun for Jasper has developed into a passion for food over the years. Always having weird urges to take pictures of other diners’ food, he is used to being forcefully restrained by dining companions, but has yet to have security called on him. Jasper is open to all sorts of cuisines and dishes, and is always on the lookout for a good meal or deal. To him, an ideal restaurant is one that combines good food, friendly service and a warm ambience. "Food is all about the dining experience."

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