The space of Col is beautiful as it occupies a shophouse location in one of the most buzzing dining streets in Singapore along Keong Saik Road.
KYUU by Shunshui – Japanese Omakase by Keong Saik Chinatown
The Garganelli, an egg pasta typically found in Romagna in Northern Italy, is cooked to perfection and slathered with Pecorino, Parmigiano, and black pepper. This was then topped with a shower of freshly shaved pecorino. The amount of cheesiness and the heat from the black pepper were well-balanced in this dish. This was excellent!
Gaston serves real French food in a friendly and lively environment in Singapore’s Chinatown. This restaurant is on Keong Saik Road.
The Chip Bee Gardens stretch of cafes and boutiques at Holland Village has always been popular, and with the arrival of Keong Saik Bakery’s second outlet, it’s about to get more buzzing; especially since perennial favourites like % Arabica and Sunday Folks continue to draw in the crowds. Keong Saik
Overall, Leckerbaer has very pretty and delicious pastries which are slightly on the pricier end but the designs are delicately unique and the Småkagers cannot be found elsewhere and would make the perfect gifts for your sweet tooth friends.
Don Ho Restaurant review - food and drinks at Keong Saik Road, Singapore with pictures of menu and Social Hour drinks list ...
I really enjoyed every course at Thevar. The flavours are punchy, yet the courses are well-planned with surprises in terms of flavours for me. I like the unpretentious service and fine-casual dining experience too. In short, it is a well-deserved Michelin Star restaurant which is worthy of a try.
The Hotel It is my first time staying in a boutique size property in Singapore and I finally got to check in to KēSa House after passing by it on numerous occasions in Keong Sai…
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