By the founder of Yang Ming Seafood, Great Nanyang serves kopitiam classics including Hainanese Chicken Cutlet, Nasi Lemak Kukus and Kaya Toast.
I've never been to Gaggan in Bangkok, but I was able to get seats at his casual offshoot down here tonight (43 Craig Road, 9654-4351).
Some hits and misses on the menu for me and generally, the more Indian-centric dishes like the curry and biryani fared better for me than the Mexican-inspired elements like the tacos. There is much hype about the Gaggan brand and if this is one restaurant you are curious to try regardless, manage your expectations.
Enjoy a meld of Mexican and Indian cuisine courtesy of Chef Gaggan Anand at Ms Maria & Mr Singh at 43 Craig Road! Read more.
If you are a seafood lover, Daejim should suit your palate for Korean BBQ. For me, the banchan and side dishes standout more in terms of flavour as compared to the BBQ meats.
A great and fun brunch experience if you are looking for something other than the typical café fares. Expect robust flavours for the modern Indian dishes, in a beautiful cinematic setting no less.
No space for the pasta and desserts this time, and I am definitely keen to return for them, and also to try the other pizza flavours. Great spot to suss out if you are a pizza lover. I also did not manage to try any wines this time, though I saw that there is a wide range of Italian wines on the menu.
Prices are comparable to other cafes, budget about SGD $22 per person.
Head here for the Japanese inspired tacos flavours on the menu. It is a welcoming idea to have a tacos concept which specialises in Japanese flavours as well, and this is quite a good spot for some relaxed bites and a Margarita on hand.
I enjoyed my dining experience at Griglia where the dishes are excellent. This is a restaurant suitable for couple dates or a small group gathering where you have the luxury of trying more dishes on the menu.