In all, IndoChili is a restaurant worth visiting if you are craving for a way to satisfy your Indonesian culinary appetite. The prices are reasonable, and each dish is homely and well flavoured. The stand out for me is the Cumi Belado, and it is a dish that I will definitely order when I make a return. Otherwise, the menu is extensive and I’m sure there is more to discover. - See more at: http://www.gourmetestorie.com/discover-an-urban-oasis-of-flavourful-indonesian-cuisine-from-indochili/#sthash.GLx5Lc6Z.dpuf
7 reviews of IndoChili Indonesian Restaurant "Flew into SIngapore and went directly to this place to try Indonesian food in Singapore. I was thoroughly impressed with the food selection. We got: 1) Chicken Satay (Sate Ayam Madura) 2) Green Beans…
A must order at IndoChili is the Sop Buntut ($14.80). The thick and yet clear broth was comforting and hearty. No wonder it is known for serving one of the best oxtail soups in Indonesia. I have learnt from my Indonesian friend that you can squeeze a bit of lime, add a few drops of sweet soy sauce and mix a bit of sambal to enhance the flavours of the soup, giving it a different punch.
Frankly, the Rantee and I were pretty underwhelmed by our experience here. There were no standout dishes, and this might just be Les Amis Group weakest link at the moment.
I liked the framed dynamic manga scenes hanging along the wall, which gives the space some character and brings out that fun aspect.
Everything was pretty good. Loved their tangy garlic chilli sauce that made a good dip for everything we ordered.
I would recommend ordering the Braised Duck Rice set ($4.50) which comes with tau kwa, braised hard boil egg, and preserved vegetables.
This was a $16 bowl. It came with two of those large prawns - each half of those makes two mouthfuls of springy prawn flesh. There're braised pork ribs and pig skin and the bowl is topped with fried lard & shallots. The broth was delicious. Flavourful, spicy and heart warming.
If you're looking for a healthy meat-free Christmas feast, then the 2020 Christmas menu at Beast & Butterflies will surely delight!
It was a satisfying meal and am glad that my friends enjoyed it too. Thank you and compliments to the Chef and team Beast & Butterflies.
This is rather an interesting idea for those who wants to surprise their loved ones on special occasion.
Xin Cuisine at Holiday Inn Atrium Singapore ushers in a prosperous Year of the Ox with perennial favourites for takeaways and lavish set menus for up to 8 persons.
Pen Cai is a must-have dish for Chinese reunion dinner and Xin’s version comes with premium ingredients like Abalone, Fresh Scallop, Deep-fried Fish Maw, Sea Cucumber, Roast Meat and many more.
The service crews are friendly and approachable and they constantly checking on the customers.
The dim sum is an additional service that we can enjoy with our favourite English classics during our yum cha-cum-tea sessions.
Overall dining experience at the English House by Marco Pierre White was very enjoyable and delightful; definitely looking forward to being back for more English goodness.
It's quite a good spot for a cosy brunch or a group dinner.
The New York Steakhouse at Robertson Quay has a new Valentine’s Day Menu from 5 to 14 February 2021.
Apart from the steaks, Wolfgang Steakhouse does great pasta too.
Pecan pie was delicious.
I'm really enjoying that restaurants in Singapore are always refreshing their menus with seasonal items because it means foodies like us will always have something new to look forward to every few months.
For the months of July and August 2019, dine at the restaurant and enjoy the following promotions: 10% off any unagi items Unagi Day: 27 July 2019 20% off any unagi items
One of Tokyo's famous Unagi restaurant, Miyagawa Honten with 20 outlets in Japan opens its first Singapore outlet at Roberson Quay.
Sushiro has bak kut teh ramen on its list of specials now, and it was better than I thought it would be with its peppery and garlicky broth.
Granted, at that price, one doesn't exactly get high quality ingredients; the ankimo that came out was shredded up to the point where I thought it was corned beef.
Thankfully, the lines at Sushiro are much shorter than before.
Not a bad plate of chai tow kway. I liked that there were some crusty caramelized bits on some of the edges.
Overall, this is a very hearty meal and a great rendition of nasi lemak!
ayam penyet - Rice was plain, not chicken rice. Meat from the chicken was a little dry.
I find that this buffet offers good value
Overall, Festive International and Seafood BBQ Buffet provide a lot of choice for this festive dinner.
I like the laksa here, so introduced it to my friend.
It was a lovely dinner.
Overall, the dining experience was completely different from the past.
Prices are comparable to other hotel buffets, and is good value for money because of the quality, budget about SGD $68++ per person for lunch, or SGD $88++ per person for dinner here.
Overall, the NEW lunch set at Dashi Master Marusaya is superb and value for money. Definitely worth a visit. Cheers!!
The lunch set is quite affordable with the generous portion and variety served in a bento set.
If you can’t decide what to choose, you are not the only person. Perhaps the best way is to visit Dashi Master Marusaya on several occasions to try them all.
Dishes recommended were the Southern French-style flaky pizza pissaladiere of Provence, the Alsatian tarte flambee made a la minute, and locally-sourced prawns marinated with French-Spanish influence and garlic, and more!
We finished with a simple chocolate cake. Cake was dense, soft and not overly sweet. Loved it for the simplicity and cream.
The place feels warm and festive, hitting the smart/casual sweet spot. You'll spot families and friends tearing through plates against a backdrop of white washed walls and stunning Parisian tiled floors.
Moussaka was also not bad, I thought I detected something like goat's cheese in it.
Delicious as the food is, the service, however, is not great right from the start.
Their paidakia was nicely grilled with respectable char marks to a medium doneness.