I finally tried the basic bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich from Eggslut today.
Eggslut debuted in Singapore with huge fanfare and huge lines, up to a 2 hour wait, so I do what I always do when these things first show up – wait a few months to let the hype die down. A fe…
Almost half a year ago, there was a massive hype for Eggslut ; a popular eatery from Los Angeles which was opening its very first branch in ...
One of the most talked about new places to eat in Singapore is Koal. It is part of the Les Amis group, holders of Michelin Stars. We started with the Bread Roll. It is in a cast iron skillet filled…
Review of lunch at KOAL Restaurant Singapore with pictures of set lunch menu, wine list, rice bowls and table seating at the KOAL grill ....
A food blog from a Singapore-based traveler
A food blog from a Singapore-based traveler
The chilli was potent, garlicky and fragrant, lifting the slightly dry, mildly fragrant and unoily rice. The chicken was okay, slightly tough and insufficiently oily, although tasty. Old school place. with an old school taste, and a regular stream of regulars.
For Alex, Hainanese Delicacy ticks all 3 boxes – their rice is fantastic, their chicken is extremely tender and their chilli is on the spicier side – simply out-of-this-world!
Recommended by Wong Ah Yoke of The Straits Times, from a chef turned home cook turned cafe owner. It was not cheap at $20, but the curry was flavourful, spicy and not the lemak type like Ipoh curry, and there was an abundance of toppings like poached chicken, roast pork, char siew, pig’s skin, braised pig’s ear, poached prawns, and quail egg.
Small Tables in Pacific Plaza at Scotts Road is where you can enjoy Ipoh dishes, Ipoh pastries and coffee in smart casual surroundings.
Orchard Road French restaurant Elan is an “upper-middle” French restaurant in Shaw Centre.
Diners can opt for à la carte items, or a set menu ($70/pax) for lunch and a 4-course ($135/pax) tasting menu for dinner.
élan restaurant Singapore is Les Amis Group’s latest concept in Shaw Centre. It serves “... approachable modern French cuisine sprinkled with Asian touches“.
Overall lunch experience was delightful with attentive and knowledgeable staffs explaining each single dish. My friend was feeling cold, and they offered a shawl for her. Kudos to the team and would love to be back to try their other omakase menu. If you are looking for premium beef experience, I would recommend to give a try here.
The concept of Wagyu Jin reminds me of The Gyu Bar, both of which focuses on premium beef omakase menu. You get quality ingredients for a meal at Wagyu Jin, and I definitely don’t mind to return for more of its premium beef.
Head to Kissajin if you are looking for a competitively price Omakase experience in Singapore. The catch is that do not expect ingredients like fatty tuna (otoro) or sea urchin (uni) in the courses here, though you still get a variety of ingredients presented in different cooking preparations.
Kissajin is one of the casual Omakase where you get fresh produce and quality ingredients without breaking the bank. Diners can experience fun playful approach here in the restaurant.
Overall, a great place to satisfy your cravings for luxurious Thai Teochew Cuisine. Their Braised Shark’s Fin Soup / Fish Maw soup or anything that is cooked with their Golden stock is a must-order here. The price is on the high side, but you are paying for quality. Cheers!!
The Place Located at Scotts Square in Orchard Road, I checked out La Savoir, a new French-local contemporary café restaurant which took over the space of The Coffee Academics on level two of the mall. The space of La Savoir is contemporary and perhaps the most striking element is the use of Hermès tableware and wallpaper which adds to the elegance of the interior instead of coming across as yet another café.
Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant has refreshed it’s a la carte menu and launched the seasonal Sri Lankan Crab menu recently.
This is only a little teaser of what to expect, and there’s definitely more to come so be sure to make your reservations at Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant to get a taste of some of the best Cantonese cuisine in Singapore!
Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant at Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel celebrates Dragon Boat Festival with handcrafted rice dumplings.
Overall, it was an excellent culinary journey of Argentinian cuisine. While some of the dishes look familiar, we find the taste uniquely different due to the use of Argentinian flavour and ingredients. Salud! Cheers!
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, 190 Orchard Boulevard, Singapore 248646
The Kyoto Weekend Afternoon Tea is back at the Four Seasons Hotel Singapore One-Ninety Bar and Garden! If you missed it back in September last year, well here’s your chance so don’t mis…
Basilico @ Regent Hotel Singapore ‘s brunches and dinner takes on delicious festive twists with a gastronomical tour around Italy.
the best really is the tagliatelle di manzo which just means sliced beef steak…a sirloin…I had medium rare…perfecto! I can eat this every time la…:-)
risotto also excellent very good & tasty ..
They don’t take reservations so customers in the know will arrive by 11.45 am to chope a place when they open at 12noon!
I am always in a fix on where to curb my hunger at The Centrepoint ; there were just too many choices at Gastro+ and my simple mind obviou...
Misato certainly served delicious Japanese food and they paid special attention to the cutlery and utensils too. However, it is a little slow. We would still recommend. Therefore, dine when you have the time to spend.
This noodle chain apparently commands long lines back in Malaysia, mainly for a broth that is made from forty different kinds of local fish bones (313 Orchard Road #B3-37, 6363-5323). So I was disappointed when I took a sip of it to find that it wasn't anywhere as savory as I would've thought, and in fact was slightly sweet.
Food at GO Noodle House is Malaysian Chinese cuisine, focused on soup noodles with their signature broth. The menu is extensive, with a good range. Quality of dishes is consistent, tasty and delicious.
Good texture going on with the toppings but the noodles on their own weren't impressive at all.