Cream puff's pretty good. Reminded me of those from Beard Papa.
Cream puff's pretty good.
北海道的Baristart Coffee来到Tras Street长型格局的旧店屋里，室内阳光充沛，大片植物墙营造自然氛围，环境舒适，自开张以来生意火红，任何时间上门都是人气兴旺。
Some of the signature items from the shack can now be found at Nesuto so that you can have your savoury and sweet all in one place!
Overall, Nesuto was an attractive cafe in Tanjong Pagar for a tea break and indulge in some sweet desserts.
Marginally better than the Yuzu Raspberry, I just don't think I will be returning for their sliced cakes anytime soon. And not to worsen matters, their cheesecakes as introduced are their densest cakes with plenty of cheese and chocolate. Oh. My. Goodness.
A must order, the Omakase Oden Set ($32 for 10pcs), is laden with daikon, hard-boiled egg, konnayaku, beancurd, fish cakes, minced seafood balls, and sweet potato noodles, in a pool of delicate broth.
This place also seemed to be less heavy handed with the salt. Which I suppose is sometimes a good thing. Still the hatsu skewers were enjoyable.
Public Izakaya is a great place for oden. The items are authentic with many imported directly from Japan. The place also has that vibe that makes you feel as if you are in Japan.
Their crepe Suzette was one dish we didn't expect burnt ends though.
A must-try, the Tartine D'Os A Moelle ($19) of oily bone marrow lumps on sourdough toasts and garlic confit, was heart-attack on a plate.
Brasserie Gavroche has an amazing European ambiance and provides impeccable service to their guests. The dishes served are rustic styled with that fine French finish. An appealing choice for a romantic date or dinner. I will definitely be back to indulge in more of their signature dishes.
At $38.80, this Yusheng was very affordable and I highly recommended this for your consideration this Chinese New Year.
Nevertheless, I will definitely come back for their affordable soba noodles.
Tried their "muscular" looking tori karaage. Liked it.
Menya Kokoro is currently featuring a bunch of best sellers from their shops all over where they have shops.
I enjoyed it. Nice, firm and refreshing noodles with textures from vegetables and tenkasu.
I'm not sure how long Keisuke has had this on his Tori King menu, but I came in to try it today out of curiosity, and was disappointed.
he "hard" option for noodles wasn't very hard and I'm no longer infatuated with the chopstick tender chicken thigh.
Here's this, the meal went by quickly, Chef kept to the promised time limit.
Dishes are generally very good, though be prepared for a splurge here.
At Hiryu, perhaps, ala carte would be a more satisfying experience by choosing a few of its creative and bold dishes to wow your senses.
Besides the above average seafood and must-have nougat parfait, there are more compelling reasons to grace Gattopardo: Sauro remains one of few Italian veteran-chefs still cooking in the kitchen today and this, to us, is an investment that will pay dividend.
The restaurant was packed for lunch, reasonably priced at $37++ and looks set to takeover Tanjong Pagar with a Mediterranean wave.
Bowls start at $9.90 and a ton of supplementary options are available for superfoods, avocados and roe.
So loved the price and portion, could fine-tune in terms having more ‘taste’.
Salmon Samurai is definitely a great place to visit if you are craving for salmon, or if you are looking for affordable eats around the CBD area.
This instagrammable pancake cafe is definitely worth a visit. Prices are also pretty reasonable. I’ll be dreaming of these brilliant pancakes for awhile, I think.
There are many pancake cafes in Singapore, and I do think Belle-Ville does offer some of the best out there. If only they can improving on their speed and system.
Overall, Yakiniku Heijoen Singapore is definitely a place you must consider for Japanese Wagyu Buffet Yakiniku.
The selection of food items is definitely comprehensive and filling for the stomach, so come with an empty stomach and indulge in the free-flow Wagyu cut, exclusively in the Premium yakiniku ($59.90) dinner set!
Monster Curry serves Japanese style curry rice meals in humongous 41-cm plates, featuring its signature “demi-glace” curry sauce, perhaps the only one of its kind in Singapore.
The chicken wing costs only a dollar!
Queenstown Lontong has been around since the 1960s. The signboard that you see is the exact same one that the stall started out with.
All in all, it was a wonderful dining experience from start to finish and I've to thank my friend for exploring Bam! with me.
Dishes are unmanned by a specific country or cuisine, instead they are all presented with the finesse of Japanese Teishouku, small but power packed.
It wasn’t till much later that I learnt the reason for their strength was their food.
Shabu Shabu Gyu Jin is a stalwart amongst the numerous hotpot purveyors, untainted by gimmicks and priding itself on delivering quality over tacky embellishments.