Sushiro had a cold option on their menu though, which I was curious about. It was kinda like hiyayakko from a texture perspective, but with a savory seafood taste that came through more cleanly than in the hot version. I might actually order this again.
Food at Sushiro features classic Japanese cuisine and modern Japanese Fusion cuisine, with a focus on zushi / sushi.
Sushiro has bak kut teh ramen on its list of specials now, and it was better than I thought it would be with its peppery and garlicky broth.
Fresh from a renovation complete with a Sakura-themed new look, Gram Café & Pancakes at VivoCity Mall is now ready to take a break and have a Kit Kat with a new limited-edition Gram x KITKAT® menu!
Therefore, I do not recommend ordering their hot pancakes for delivery if you want it for specific meal times.
Overall experience was pleasant and like most patrons, I got sold by the fluffy texture of Gram's Pancake.
One of the best, if not the best curry rice in Singapore, Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice is something that you have to try at least once in your lifetime. Queues start to form very early, and the popular dishes do tend to sell out fast! So, come early to get your hands on a plate of messy goodness!
Hainanese Curry Rice in Singapore, check out Loo’s if you are in Tiong Bahru which will not disapppoint.
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The Three Peacocks (‘TTP’) are known to be a place to go for a great outdoor BBQ experience. They offer an extensive range of meat and seafood for BBQ and they are packed every day.
The Three Peacocks buffet review
The Three Peacocks at Labrador Park offers just that, and a ton of good food at the same time! You can expect to be greeted by Thai night market vibes as you step into the brightly lit open space with fairy lights hanging all over.
Nice setting for French cuisine; not as formal and with elements of Balinese design. I do like the high tables and chairs although they might not be as well-liked by other diners. Oh well, it's hard to satisfy everyone!
Dishes recommended were the Southern French-style flaky pizza pissaladiere of Provence, the Alsatian tarte flambee made a la minute, and locally-sourced prawns marinated with French-Spanish influence and garlic, and more!
I got this plate of scrambled eggs with some crusty sourdough bread, and it was delicious. I devoured it all quickly, and started to wonder what their lunch and dinner was like, especially since they seemed to have a decent selection of cheese and booze. I'll have to come back soon to find out.
For a refined take on Thai cuisine, Tamarind Hill is quite the spot to head to. That said, we still find the price point relatively high, despite its fresh ingredients and delectable dishes.
I loved the sticky and chewy morsels of dumplings, but I’m not so sure about the fish roe.
On top of Thai food, they also have a selection of cocktails and drinks for diners to pick from. I had a go at this thai inspired cocktail, refreshing and my caveat it I do have a weakness for lychee and lemongrass.
aficionados should definitely give Starter Lab Singapore’s handcrafted sourdough a try; also a laid back place for breakfast & good coffee.
Starter Lab – Bakery at Havelock Road
The high prices are a result of their labour-intensive process and commitment to quality ingredients, both of which are well worth shelling out for.
Seafood Paradise has to be one of my favorite Chinese seafood restaurant in the whole of Singapore. With hearty portions that is value for the quality, Seafood Paradise seeks to marry both traditional and modern Chinese techniques found in many types of Chinese cuisine, such as Cantonese, Teochew, and Hokkien.
It’s Seafood Paradise’s 1st Anniversary at Vivocity. So it means time to celebrate! With a 50% discount off its signature dishes! Memorise these dates below because 50% off is a really …
The food at Seafood Paradise is enjoyable and I can see myself coming here for family gatherings.
Not a bad plate of chai tow kway. I liked that there were some crusty caramelized bits on some of the edges.
Overall, this is a very hearty meal and a great rendition of nasi lemak!
ayam penyet - Rice was plain, not chicken rice. Meat from the chicken was a little dry.
Overall, I have eaten at Ah Orh at least 3 to 4 times over the years and I do notice that in my recent visit, the standard of the dishes is not on par with previous years.
Ah Orh Teochew Food Delivery / Takeaway
Very fat, creamy, salty and fresh oysters, on top of a fragrant and unoily egg omelette.
Will I Return Again? Overall, the dishes at Abundance are quite good. While it does not serve the traditional type of Taiwanese dishes you will find in places like Eat 3 Bowls and 台ONE味 Tai One Wei, it is worth a try if you are in the vicinity.
Just 5 minutes walk away from Redhill MRT station, you will get to this Abundance Taiwanese Style Cafe that is located under the HDB flats.
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In Singapore, Fatty Cheong at ABC Market is synonymous with "bu jian tian" 不见天 char siew to go with their egg noodles or plain rice.
There are 2 stalls by the same name in this food centre by the same owner, the original stall is to focus on roasted meat and the newer stal...
The char siew was nice.
Bakalaki really is better visited in a large group, when one can share all sorts of stuff, like all of this nicely grilled seafood, not to mention a whole fish that they grilled and filleted for us, following a bunch of meze. I still can't confidently say whether I prefer these guys or Blu Kouzina, but the brightly lit decor is a nice setting for a business lunch.
The space is light and airy and inviting. The food is even better!
Bakalaki Greek Taverna Martin Road is the new address of this popular Greek restaurant. It is much larger than its previous Tiong Bahru home, but it looks like they have no problem filling it up. Even on a weekday.
Poh Cheu Ang Ku Kueh and Soon Kueh review. Traditional shop at Alexandra Village, Jalan Bukit Merah near Ikea Singapore
Ang Ku Kueh is a traditional Chinese cake made to look like a tortoise shell; hence the name that translates to red tortoise cake, although ...
Everything at Poh Cheu Soon Kueh And Ang Ku Kueh is still made from scratch daily by the family, so you can be assured of the quality control here.
Definitely worth a check if you're in the area.
怡丰城Barossa Bar & Grill主打澳洲风情，面海的店面视线开阔，放眼蓝天白云下的圣淘沙景观，弥漫浓浓度假风情。
The Frozen Dark Chocolate Whiskey Souffle (S$18) is a wonderfully rich medley of fresh berries, chocolate pearls and spiced crumble. Definitely should be shared!
First things, first. The soup, and it was very good, in that it was the real deal.
Their sum lou hor fun has always been a favourite. I don't know if they're the better ones around these days but their rendition is still pretty tasty.
They lived up to our expectations in terms of the flavours of their food and it is not surprising to see a huge crowd patronising their restaurant during peak hours.
Overall, I think the ramen offering is simple with only a couple of choices but they did a great job nailing the flavours perfectly. Everything from the broth, toppings and noodles was on point and can definitely satisfy my ramen cravings anytime
Service at Ramen Hitoyoshi is partial self-service.
If you are searching for quality ramen at affordable prices, make Ramen Hitoyoshi your next dining destination.
My love for food should be obvious from the massive amount of postings in this blog but many of you would be aware I am more a hawker centre...
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The pork jowl slow cooked retained its firmness but was melt-in-your-mouth.
Fancy dining in a hilltop garden 100 m above sea level, overlooking panoramic views and surrounded by lush greenery? One Faber Group’s Arbora Hilltop Garden ...
Arbora Hilltop Garden & Bistro, atop Mount Faber, is a dining concept close to the skies where you can enjoy a family meal or even a picnic. It is also loca
This family-friendly restaurant perched on Faber Peak offers a view that not many restaurants can match. Here you have expansive views of Sentosa and beyond, offering greeny and panoramic sea views that would surely delight both young and old in the family. At 100m above sea levels, kids would enjoy spotting cable cars, vessels at harbourfront and play guess what is the Sentosa Landmark.
I can’t even remember when I last had Vietnamese cuisine but when a colleague suggested lunch at Mrs Pho at Vivocity ; I immediately replied...
The Dry Noodle Combo (Bún thịt nướng chả giò) and the Beef Pho Combo (Phở Bò Đặc Biệt) are not bad, but were better in the original shop.
I am sure I will be ordering the Mrs Pho’s Cockles, Hue Spicy Beef Noodle Soup and the Avocado Smoothie with Vietnamese Coffee.