Discover culinary artistry at Esquina Restaurant Singapore. Immerse in modern Catalan flavours with a contemporary twist from Chef Carlos...
Esquina has been on the list for awhile and my birthday dinner was there. I enjoy Tapas and small bites and hoped the experience would be a great one! The star of the show is the Suckling Pig.
Wonderful experience at Esquina, few years too late but i'm glad they're still around! Definitely not my last visit for sure.
All in all, I like the novelty of this joint, as it’s really quite different from the neighbors, and the menu concept paired with mixologist concoctions, makes this a nice place for revisits at different times of the day.
Kafe Utu managed to live up to my low expectations, seeing how this is the first African cafe I've seen in my whole life here and they managed to hit home with the ambiance, dish curation and service.
I foresee this space to survive Singapore’s competitive culinary scene in years to come, as it provides both great food and good vibes.
The food is delicious; the ambience is relaxing; and the service is warm. This is definitely one of the better cafes to open this year.
It’ll take more than one visit to fully savour what .elia has to offer, and we’re definitely making plans to return.
The place gives a cosy and comfortable feel which best suits for private occasions and dates.
Phat Cat Laundry is Singapore's First Laundromat-Themed Bar where you can expect Asian-inspired cocktails and Asian fusion dishes.
I find it very rare to see Southeast Asian Cuisine being presented on fine-dining stage so this is really a good chance to savour a full course of contemporary Indonesian dishes. What's more, diners can stand a chance to win a trip to Indonesia and other attractive prizes.
Modestly seasoned without overwhelming the natural flavour of the beef, the Butler’s Steak comes with a simple side salad and a serving of rock salt that really helps to bring out the natural flavours of the black Angus.
The Butler’s Steak makes a great option for a slightly more affordable option for steak in the area; a good addition to the Keong Saik/Jiak Chun neighbourhood that one can consider dining at.
They are not only famous for their baos, but they also serve up some pretty amazing Japanese fare.
They are the first to use traditional Chinese mantou filled with local and international flavours.
Unlike most generic cafes which serves the same old breakfast fare or waffles, Bao Makers serves a way more unique menu and none of the boring stuff. As the name suggests, they make Baos.
My sister mentioned that there was a famous dim sum stall at Chinatown Complex Hawker Centre that served only six types of dim sum! I wanted...
The problem when you have favorite hawker stalls is that you resist trying new stalls. But it was Saturday when I dropped by Chinatown Compl...
From popiah and claypot rice to MICHELIN-starred soya sauce chicken, these are the MICHELIN inspectors’ favourite stalls at Chinatown Complex.
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There’s actually a secret at Hong Lim Food Centre known only to regulars and I wasn’t aware about it until my elder sister, who worked next ...
I had been delaying the publication of this post as Hong Lim Food Centre was closed for two weeks due to its identification as a cluster for...
In this video, we headed over to Amoy Street Food Centre to do a $100 hawker food challenge! I’m joined by my Taiwanese friend @艾莉愛吃 Ali Eats which is also ...
A food blog from a Singapore-based traveler
Every item was good, with the only exception being the noodles having a slight kee or alkaline flavour, although this was made up for by the outstanding sauce made of dried shrimps and kelp.
Maxwell Food Centre is one of those rare hawker centers in Singapore that is highly popular with tourists and at the same time, is held in high esteem by locals for its authentic and traditional hawker dishes. The main reason for this is that Maxwell Food Centre is the current home of a myriad of...…
A trip to Maxwell to da bao brought us to some of our favorites and some new experiences too. China Street Fritters and their Ngoh Hiang, Liver Rolls, Egg Slice and Sausage with Bee Hoon.
Nice. The rendang was nutty and lemak
Birds Of A Feather 2022 115 Amoy Street #01-01 https://www.birdsofafeather.com.sg/ Pork Dumplings (SGD $17)
Overall, this is the first time I came to BOF and I totally enjoyed the food here. Instead of the overpowering spicy Sichuan cuisine, most of the dishes have been well thought out, multi-layered yet balanced, delicious and well-executed.
Popular Sichuan-Western restaurant Birds Of A Feather located at Amoy Street spots a new menu, after a year long exploration and research by Executive Chef Eugene See.
Dishes are generally still good, though prices have also gone up as with most establishments in Singapore.
The highlight was the Nasi Lemak so we ordered the signatures and side dishes to try for 5 of us.
Oh well… food and services are good and we will surely be back next time.
Overall, if you are a lobster or seafood lover, the Lobsterfest is definitely a buffet you should visit to get a feast on endless lobster. You have 1 more day to visit after seeing my post or maybe you can start planning to visit for next year’s Lobsterfest
All festive buffet options include unlimited chilled juices, soft drinks, coffee and tea. Dinners include an additional complimentary glass of festive welcome drink.
The service at Lime Restaurant was delightful.
new menus to start your gastronomic journey for 2023 at Buona Terra, Chef’s Table, Esora, Lumo, Restaurant JAG
The One-Michelin starred restaurant at Duxton Road Restaurant JAG spots a new Autumn Menu, and it extends the herb driven cuisine by Chef Jeremy.
Restaurant JAG is not your typical French restaurant and its uniqueness is certainly what earned it its Michelin star.
The Feather Blade definitely attracts a younger dining crowd with its competitive pricing and location in the buzzing Tanjong Pagar Road which is surrounded by numerous Korean restaurants. You can’t go wrong with their steak here, and if you fancy, some cocktails to go along.
It’s a place—price-point and food-wise—that young people would like.
Really adult and almost manly handshake burger, which was an off the menu item.
The Chip Bee Gardens stretch of cafes and boutiques at Holland Village has always been popular, and with the arrival of Keong Saik Bakery’s second outlet, it’s about to get more buzzing; especially since perennial favourites like % Arabica and Sunday Folks continue to draw in the crowds. Keong Saik
Overall, I am excited to try the other bakes of the bakery when I have more stomach space or more dining party but it would probably be a takeaway since dining there has a 1 hour limit which is not exactly the best for friend to catch up. As for the drinks, I would give it a miss
The Orh Nee Croissant Cube and Orh Nee Cake are available in limited quantities daily for walk-in only, but the Orh Chu Bee is available both for walk-in and pre-orders online in slices and whole cakes.
Liao Fan Hawker Chan Few will ever figure out the calculus behind marrying stupendous with cheap, nevertheless Liao Fan Hawker Chan ...
Overall much better, which is the reason for the Michelien star and the 30 minute meandering queue.
Overall, I really enjoyed the Inaniwa udon noodles as they were nicer than other udon I have tried so far and the sashimi slices were also thick and generous. The environment was also peaceful and cosy for a quiet private meal with no noisy neighbours. The pretty desserts were also a great way to end the meal
Quality, tasty food at a reasonable price.
A cosy, spacious and contemporary interior with a capacity of 80.
Monte Risaia Tasting Session 2022 59 Duxton Road Opening Hours: Mon - Sat: 6pm - 11:59pm, Closed Sun https://monterisaia.busine...
Monte Risaia Omakase Dinner Review by Chubby Botak Koala, Japanese Italian inspired Restaurant Singapore, Best Japanese Italian Food Singapore,
Monte Risaia is a cosy Japanese Italian Restaurant in Duxton Road for affordable Japanese-Italian fusion omakase.