Bar-A-Thym Restaurant by Francois Mermilliod Easter Sunday Brunch, Deviled eggs, free flow charcuterie board, Lamb on the Spit, Angus Sirloin...
The Korean food scene in Singapore has definitely evolved from mere Korean barbecue cuisine in the past few years. Think Meta, Naeum, Anju and now we also have Onmi, a newly opened contemporary Korean restaurant along Amoy Street.
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.
It looks like this stall (335 Smith Street #02-84) has been listed in the Michelin guide for a while, but somehow it just never registered on my radar screen until recently.
Fresh stuff, wrapped with sticky rice and warm crispy seaweed. From left to right, up to down, hotate, salmon, shime saba, toro, crab and engawa.
There are plenty of Korean BBQ restaurants in Singapore. If you don’t believe me, just walk down Tanjong Pagar Road where they are all over the place! It’s quite a spectacle seeing all the long queues of young people waiting patiently for a table at the various restaurants. I wish I had the luxury of time to do that, even if I don’t particularly fancy queuing up for food.
KYUU by Shunshui – Japanese Omakase by Keong Saik Chinatown
Les Bouchons runs a pretty generous weekday set lunch that I treated myself to today.
The Place I am always excited to check out new Japanese restaurants and Ikkagoyo is the latest kaiseki concept along Amoy Street helmed by Chef Mitsutaka Sakamoto from Hyogo, Japan. …
qood quality Fried Xiao Long Baos which are delicious & affordable, Shang Hai Fried Xiao Long Bao @ Chinatown is a cheap and good food stall