we concluded the meal, relishing in yet another happy dining experience at Wine And Chef.
I’d say if you’re looking for a fresh date idea, or simply a slightly cheaper alternative for some good food and affordable drinks for a hang out evening, Wine and Chef is a darn solid recommendation.
One of the more under-the-radar restaurants at this heritage street is Wine & Chef, which aims to serve up “semi fine-dining food” at pocket friendly prices.
Gaston serves real French food in a friendly and lively environment in Singapore’s Chinatown. This restaurant is on Keong Saik Road.
All of the starters were must-tries: the Foie Gras Poêlé ($33) of pan-seared foie gras was excellent.
Gaston's steak tartare was not bad.
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.
Their pastries definitely possess excellent textures but their flavours tend to lean towards being sweeter and stronger.
Keong Saik Bakery is truly a hidden gem in the heart of the Keong Saik area.
big prawn hor fun was not bad tasting but I wouldn't get it again.
I liked the good spread of the prawn paste flavour.
We might have only tried a few dishes but it was enough to say we were not impressed by Kok Sen. For good Zi Char, we will return for KEK Seafood or JB Ah Meng anytime instead.
I would probably go back again if there was an occasion to!
I'll be back for this.
Anyway, if i were to come back again, i'd probably not order the cheesecake, like ever. Nor would i recommend it to anyone as well.
Certainly. Next time, I shall go for the large serving (as the $29.50+ serving wasn't quite enough even with shared sides of grilled eel liver & intestines, and a strip of braised pork belly).
Overall, I think that Man Man Unagi deserves its spot in the Singapore Michelin Bib Gourmand List 2017.
Totally worth the calories and I won't mind coming back again.
Overall, we enjoyed dining at The Wine Mansion very much, and hope to be back again soon.
Even with social distancing in place, I think there’s ample space to indulge in some wine & dine to ward off the ongoing pandemic gloom.
The Pork Belly (SGD $10) was more than decent. Each thick cut slab of pork belly has a crisp crunchy cracking skin, with tender juicy meat.
Overall, Don Ho serves some mean brunch dishes, and if you go from 11.30am onwards, you can also order from their lunch menu, which features salads, flatbreads and some meat-based dishes. Kudos to their friendly and attentive service crew, and definitely to the pretty set-up of the cafe.
All in all, we had an enjoyable dining experience at DON HO Social Kitchen & Bar.
Frankly speaking, I felt that the serving portion for each plate was a little small, and there was not a huge selection for carbs to fill up the stomach.
I really like the doneness of the Tuna Belly with Truffle Ponzu Sauce; slightly raw with a bit of bite, soaking up the delicious savory sauce, although the taste of truffle was indiscernible.
The overall experience of sitting through the courses is also worthwhile, so I recommend for omakase fans to check this out!
The restaurants offers a tantalising ten-course Omakase menu priced at $129. A la carte menu is also available.
Yes, it was good.
The vegetarian eggless lagane with just chickpeas, chilli and spicy garlic is superb.
The idea of a pasta bar is a fun one, which is not common in Singapore. If you love Italian food, Pasta Bar is worth a try.
Either way, they did a wonderful job with their smoked local sea bass, which was paired nicely with shaved fennel and green apple.
Their mac and cheese was delicious. Creamy and cheesy fortified by a glaze of broken house cured yolk and bits of their house cured bacon.
The Guild priding itself for being a craft beer restaurant and not just your regular pub means that there is ample space for eating around here.
I'm happy to report that Neon Pigeon's new menu has not only knocked my socks off on first trial but overall, it brings as much substance as style to the bustling food enclave of Keong Saik. Sure, the establishment may be filled with mini-dress strapping Caucasian women with voices building to a crescendo fuelled by cocktails, and the space gets just a little too claustrophobic at times.
A must-try, and perhaps the best hummus I've ever had, the Tokyo Hummus ($9) was blended with edamame for a savoury undertone.
Overall, I feel that the addition of Neon Pigeon to the haps Keong Saik Road further seals this street as one of the most interesting dining area in Singapore.
Service was phenomenal as well. Slick, efficient, knowledgeable, but personable and cheeky.
Read 3 unbiased reviews of Cure (Cantonment). Also view menu and directions to Keong Saik Road. The Cure concept brings Singapore it's first delight, Cure Restaurant. Delivering a cool and casual vibe paired with fine dining food and exceptional wines.
For the rest of the day, I felt so peaceful because of the comfort of such good food.
Dinner was rounded off with a duo of "petit fours", a Banana Cream Shortbread with chrysanthemum petals, and a Coconut Marshmellow.
I simply love the way how service were rendered throughout my dining even at the counter bar. Emptied plates were consistently cleared with friendly services even from the chef. I recommend this place for those who want to experience a different dining or on a special date.
As you could see, every dish has indeed been perfected as each worthy course has been thought through thoroughly while the pairing of the several elements on the plate, were all faultless.
Tong Ah Eating House also serves Crispy Thin Toast Kaya, French Toast with Kaya and Steamed Bread with Kaya (S$4.90).
Coffee was a pretty thick local brew, but it's not especially fragrant. Which works for some people but not quite so for me because the strength is just one half of the quality I look for.
The most iconic landmark in Keong Saik Road has to be Potato Head Singapore, a brand which hails from Indonesia.
Come here, whisper sweet nothings about that burger in hand and nurse your old fashioned with oily paws. It's okay. Perfection is overrated. A little sloppiness shows vulnerability. Live real.
The high stool seatings and the tight tables encourage communal dining with a lofty chance of alcoholic tipples, the open bar making sure to fortify those thirsty needs.
I have heard negative things said about Butcher Boy but I quite like the restaurant and would return to it.
Dishes worth trying include the Iberico Pork Belly (S$32), the Duck Banh Mi with Liver Pate and Sriracha ($18) and the foolproof Fried Chicken Bao with Yuzu Kewpie (S$18).
I'd like to come back one day for dinner, but it's much more crowded and expensive at that time.
As unexciting as this looked, their fritto misto was nicely done.
The price point of Bar Milano is relatively competitive in the Keong Saik enclave and I will be back again.
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The great thing about Afterglow is the food is almost guiltlless, none of the cloying distaste that I experienced before. Infact, the only downside to eating so clean was, I ended up satisfied but not full. Tea break happened a tad earlier.
Though roast ducks have a tendency to have a thick layer of white fat on it, this was just the right amount as the fat melted like butter and gave the meat an extra fragrant burst of flavour. It was oh so sinful, but oh so good.
very good wanton noodles, qq noodles and excellent chilli & sauce.
I enjoyed eating Foong Kee's char siew with their egg noodles.