SBCD Millenia Walk Review - Lunch at Korean Tofu House restaurant Bulgogi Combo with beef Soontofu, Korean seafood pancake ...
Generally, I do enjoy Korean food, especially its grilled selection. But there were two dishes, that I tried before and told myself then, I ...
SBCD Tofu House has always been one of my favorites and a recent trip back only confirms it. The Seafood Sundubu is still a great dish with generous seafood and tofu and a great bite of spiciness t…
As for food we had a roast pork served with bread dumpling ($29, picture above) and a baked salmon fillet ($29.90, picture below) from the regular menu. Both dishes tasted fine. Both the pork and fish were very well cooked, resulting in dry textures.
Given that I'm no beer drinker, I am so happy that Paulaner Brauhaus made sure that they also have an impressive food menu too.
Singapore's first and only authentic German microbrewery has a new stylish and dapper interior marked by a contemporary palette of light maple.
Food at The Dark Gallery is focused on desserts, specifically, dark chocolate pastries and ice cream. They offer tasting platters for the undecided, but generally, each dish is made with a single origin chocolate, using cocoa beans grown in a single geographic region, on sustainable farms.
The Basil & Passionfruit Sorbet, Milk Chocolate Ice Cream, In Chocolate Coated Waffle Bowl (SGD $10) was decent enough. Worth ordering!
Despite being a pretty new establishment in the F&B scene, The Dark Gallery is indeed a promising café, which does well in what they do best – artisan chocolates, and also features a wide selection to keep customers coming back for something different every time.
It definitely worth a return to try more of the dishes on the menu.
I would still recommend Plentyfull if you don’t mind spending a little more for a hearty and wholesome meal.
The meal will come to a close on a sweet note with a homemade Snickers Bar for dessert, and delightful Tocino del Cielo. To enhance the meal, beverage pairings are also available.
Dependable breakfast as always from Kith Cafe.
Lunch at Kith Cafe Millenia Walk might not be a gastronomical delight but we had food of better than average quality in a comfortable inviting space at a very reasonable price.
Overall, this is a nice place to hang out at, and enjoy catching up over a meal or two; as there are charging points and free wifi as well, people seeking a comfortable workspace can also find this place to be rather inviting.
Overall, the Wine Universe Millenia Walk is an interesting restaurant.
Food at Wine Universe Restaurant is largely focused on the cuisine of Switzerland, which has elements of French and German influence.
Overall, we enjoyed our dining experience and the hearty, delectable food at Wine Universe very much, as well as the easy humor of the friendly service crew. Am glad we visited, and can't wait to return.
While some Japanese Curry eateries are offering a choice of spiciness level, there is no preference for customer here as it is fixed.
Overall, our lunch at Tengawa Hokkaido White Curry was an interesting experience.
This restaurant piqued my curiosity because of the curry’s unusual colour, but it is the curry’s taste and the staff’s hospitality that make me want to go back for more.
Shiok ah! Personally, the price tag of S$13.80 for my salad was a tad expensive to indulge on a regular basis and i guess i would have to make do with the usual, un-chopped version at home.
Overall not a place that is mindblowingly great, but it is some where I would return to for my fuss free salad fix!
My favourites are Mentai Teriyaki Chicken, Premium Beef Tataki and Soft Shell Crab Salad.
We ordered the Soy Garlic Chicken, which was crazy satisfying too.
This under-the-radar Korean restaurant is where you can go to satisfying cravings of “Chimaek” – Korean Fried Chicken with beer.
If you have any questions or need any recommendation, feel free to check with the friendly staff.
My record stands at four visits in a week, I think I am hooked. Between spicy and wasabi salmon, my heart goes on with spicy.
Overall, we thought the Poke Doke’s bowls were quite flavourful and enjoyable.
The shop should consider drying the vegetables further, as the combination became too watery. That somewhat diminished the rich marinade flavors, after being mixed together with the base and toppings.
Overall, Tachihara Coffee is a pleasant cafe we will visit over and over again as it is a nice place with simple, reasonably priced food and coffee and friendly service.
Since Pullman Bakery is related to Tachihara Coffee, diners would come expecting more varied baked items, and perhaps some favourite dishes in time to come.
To my surprise, this was accompanied by a sesame dressing (presumably the Kewpie bottled stuff), and there was no karashi mustard either.
The tsukemono on each table that I used to use to help shovel down extra bowls of rice with are also now gone. Sigh.
With every Teishoku set ordered, get your Smartphone “stamped” through the YAYOI SG mobile application.
The first Hakata ramen in Fukuoka was simple - thin white noodles in a light broth that was made by boiling chicken and pork bones for 4 – 6 hours.
They are also famous for their yakitori but we ordered the Mentaiko dashi maki Tamago with features rolled omelette with Mentaiko in the centre.
Well, I am glad to see that some things haven’t changed, namely the hugely popular Typhoon Bloom onion rings. These are probably one of the most famous onion rings around because of the way they are presented.
Comfort food at hearty portions sums up my overall experience at this America's largest steakhouse chain in the world. The first outlet a...