The concept is small plates of fusion fare but then given a more original flavour & plating excellence, loving this Lolla Singapore Review.
Reasonable prices for the portions and execution of the dishes and a lovely space, Persea is one relatively less guilty dining option in town for the carb-conscious folks like me.
We've always liked their squid ink pudding with uni. It's a little more chilled than what we remember today.
I am keen to try the other pizza flavours and Blue Label is one restaurant I wouldn’t mind returning; for the love of carbs.
Tok Tok Indonesian Soup House at Ann Siang Road prides itself as being the first authentic Indonesian restaurant in Singapore that focuses on the more forgotten aspect of its cuisine – soup dishes and street snacks.
Tok Tok has already gotten the stamp of approval from the Indonesians community in Singapore, as the go-to place for authentic Indonesian street food. Small but cosy, do experience it yourself.
Another awesome item which they had retained was their hazelnut panna cotta. It would seem that they have had the texture improved to become more wobbly.
I love Blue Label Pizza dearly, and for no reason more profound than you're guaranteed a gut-busting foodie experience.
The pizzeria also has an extensive wine list as well as an in-house sommelier, so diners can have interesting wine pairings with their pizzas.