BeBe’s undetermined birthday @ Shao on Frankel Avenue was wonderful fun, and a wonderful meal. So family oriented and friendly - staff amazing with food so masterful and delicious - must try on East Coast!!!
Shao BBQ Restaurant on Frankel Avenue is a new place from a top Chef, Jack Ding. Coming from UK where he studied and set 1st restaurant up - incredible.
I will be back at Shao to try other dishes and will have encores of the Marinated Chilled Roe Crab, Oyster Porridge with Sotong Sausage and Luffa Pancake.
Springleaf Prata Place serves Indian food plus the most incredible Pratas. They are Halal caterers that can cook Prata at your site.
ok prata place.
The prata is packed with savoury richness that hits me like tank, complemented by the crunchy prawns in it.
Overall, we were pleasantly surprised by the quality of food at Cafe De Nicole’s Flower, although price wise, it is a little on the steep side.
Cafe De Nicole’s Flower’s most exceptional trait is not the menu but the charming venue.
Cafe De Nicole’s Flower faces a tough road ahead.
Tasty Court in Opera Estate is comparable to some of the most celebrated restaurants in Singapore serving zi char and Chinese cuisines.
We’ll definitely come back to try the rest of their dishes. Cheers!!
Overall, the food here is very reasonably priced and the menu offers a good mix of classic and innovative dishes.
The good thing about this place is that there is no GST or service charge, making it an affordable experience for something different.
The service is very personal, as chef Alan shared with us his life stories and if you are lucky, you might also hear him sing while dining as he used to be part of a band. Prices are inclusive with no service charge and GST. Head here for a no frills, comfort homecooked Peranakan meal.
The truffled housemade curly fries are really addictive; thin and crispy without all the oil (definitely a misperception).
Definitely worth a trip if you're within half an hour within its reach.
t is a pleasant casual space with nice music, tasty food and good coffee. We will certainty be visiting Bird Bird at Frankel Avenue again.
A brand that is deeply tied to heritage, Tian Kee & Co used to be a spot that was popular for its unique location that is seemingly tied to the history of Singapore
Fans of the cafe will be happy to know that they will be serving their popular cakes such as Ugly Nutella and Rainbow Cheesecake.