Four Seasons Hotel Singapore has teamed up with Candlenut, the world’s first Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant to launch a specially crafted Peranakan Afternoon Tea at One-Ninety Bar.
The Afternoon Tea set comes with 2 rounds of coffee or tea. Coffee lovers, you won't be disappointed with the freshly brewed coffee. Looking at the coffee being brewed in front of me really got me into the mood!
The Ricotta Tortellini with Truffle Mushroom Sauce is available only during Semi-Buffet Lunch and Christmas Day Brunch.
Michelin-starred Jiang-Nan Chun at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore has recently launched Signatures by Executive Chinese Chef Albert Au.
Impeccable service at Jiang-Nan Chun, one point I want to commend other than the excellent food.
Michelin-starred Jiang-Nan Chun at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore delivers once again with their celebratory menus and exquisite dishes to usher in the year of the Rat!
Bone Marrow Tartare - This dish is an indulgent combination of good quality beef and the rich bone marrow flavour.
Dining at Bedrock Bar & Grill is always a memorable experience with perfectly cooked steaks paired with the globes’ finest whiskies.
The epitome of Japanese pork, it has a soft and tender texture, and a milder scent than most pork, which results from a diet that includes the polyphenol-rich skin and seeds of grapes.
This minimalist cafe is definitely a gem tucked away in the heart of Orchard road.
Makes sense since space is a premium here in the centre of town and the seating is still limited.
Maybe it’s just me but I find it surprisingly difficult to find a good cafe in Orchard.
Some very good tasting Hokkaido oysters were in season. So good.
Today's otoshi was cold grilled chicken with onions. Not one of the better otoshi they have.
Their freshly grilled shishamo was delicious.
I'm not sure if it's because my expectations have become distorted or if the quality has eroded over the years.
We were glad to find a good meal in a restaurant in Orchard Road in Singapore, the most expensive city in the world.
Overall, this place serves casual but authentic Japanese food, better than a lot of other casual Japanese dining establishments in Singapore.
While I'll give credit to the other ingredients like the melted cheese, sautéed mushrooms and caramelized onions that made the burger, I was mostly impressed by how much the patty resembled meat.
A one-stop cafe located smack in the heart of town where the qualities of great brunch-style nosh, good vibes and affordable drinks cohesively intertwine, Oriole Coffee + Bar is where it’s at if you’re looking for a memorable night out with your pals.
I would have easily recommended them as the top kushiyaki joint locally. I'm not so sure these days.
This place is inexpensive (I can’t think of any other good Japanese dinner places in Singapore this price) considering the quality and I can understand why it remains popular even though it’s been around so a long time.
When my friend suggested heading to Cuppage Plaza for Japanese, I was the least excited. Although Cuppage Plaza is known for being a treasure trove of Japanese
a collaboration between the izakaya Shun from Kappo Shunsui and Sakemaru.
Five Nines is definitely worth a revisit given the high quality ingredients and affordable price point.
999.99 FIVE NINES ambience and decor has a distinct personality that sets the mood for a casual dinner hangout and relaxing after-work drinks till late.
It was a full but satisfying lunch, with good service and lovely exotic food.
Good food aside, the restaurant also offers individual portions if someone preferred smaller plates, and thus be able to sample a larger variety of the menu.
I wouldn't mind eating those prawns again.
The addition of Ebi Bar is a good addition to the sleepy Cuppage Plaza and it is encouraging to see a Modern Singaporean concept here. Head here for a fuss-free meal if you love your prawn noodles.
Eventhough Kappo Shunsui's kaiseki is not Kyoto-perfect, with several late Spring ingredients like sweet ayu and hamo (conger eel) missing an appearance, this private kaiseki diner is going down in our book as one of the most authentic we've seen in Singapore. Needless to say, it's highly recommended.
I've never had such a good one in Singapore honestly.