Prices are comparable to other cafes, budget about SGD $22 per person.
Bearded Bella is influenced by the Melbourne Cafe culture and is opened early 2018 along Craig Road.
Bearded Bella is a cosy casual eatery with good coffee, wholesome food and good company.
Binomio Spanish Restaurant has a plain looking exterior. Being a restaurant on the ground floor of the drab Craig Road multi-storey carpark is not the most glamorous location. But Binomio won us over in the course of a lunch.
We ordered their blue cheese croquettes with very low expectations. Because curiosity and things are always an assumption until we know. It turned out enjoyable.
We ordered Traditional Churros with Chocolate Sauce, where they really nicely gave us a churros each.
The food is anchored in some sense of authenticity and food mavericks looking to guard their bottom dollar - go wild.
Although Pastaria Abate was self service eatery, the price was considered reasonable.
Pastaria Abate serves extremely fresh, authentic, and delightful pasta.
Fell back on their meringue with double Gruyère cream and berries for dessert. This was so good.
I like the cosy ambience of Coucou and it is attractive for the fact that Swiss cuisine is hard to come by in Singapore.
Dessert was superb.
I've never been to Gaggan in Bangkok, but I was able to get seats at his casual offshoot down here tonight (43 Craig Road, 9654-4351).
Some hits and misses on the menu for me and generally, the more Indian-centric dishes like the curry and biryani fared better for me than the Mexican-inspired elements like the tacos. There is much hype about the Gaggan brand and if this is one restaurant you are curious to try regardless, manage your expectations.
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Overall, the prices are really affordable compared to the astronomical flavours that the dishes provide. If you want to visit, do call days in advance to book for weekdays and for weekends, call wayyyy in advance.
If you are looking for a good place to wind down on Friday night after work, Pasta Brava comes highly recommended (reservations are necessary). The prices are similar to other Italian eateries along the Bukit Timah/Holland/Orchard belt but the quality of the food is probably one of my favorites in Singapore.
The prices here are what you’d expect from a good Italian restaurant, but the food here is definitely better than most. It is simple, hearty and very tasty.
If you are heading after work, there are other modern Korean dishes including Kimchi Fried Rice ($15, With Cheese $18), Bulgogi Kimchi Cheese Fries ($12), which can be paired with Honey Ice Cream Beer ($12).
Their mainstay is fried chicken with various flavours.
The best and most creative dish we had, soy and lemon kkanpungki ($22/$30, pictured above), consists of boneless fried chicken in soy and lemon sauce, topped with shredded leek and dried chilli.
The kawaebi was much tastier than it looked.
Shirasu tamago kake gohan. Great with shoyu, great with the leftover ponzu from the ankimo/shirako.
Although each individual dish is relatively affordable, they add up quickly.
11 reviews of In Italy "Found this place as i was looking for a nice place to celebrate early Valentine's day. Made a reservation after reading some good review and definitely worth the visit. Located in a nice cosy pre-war house, it has an old…
Service was superbly attentive and considerate that I didn't even have to signal when to bring out cake lol!
All in all, it was a day of a hit and misses. Another thing we felt was missing was that despite its name, we did not feel that we were in Italy. The sense of warm hospitality that Italian restaurants are known for was something we missed.
Tried their lamb chops. Medium doneness turned out more like medium well.
The thing which we found disappointing was their shrimp and zucchini fritto.
The menu has a wide-enough range for a table's different preferences and the food's decent enough for us to hop by if we want a simple pizza and a cold beer.
A great and fun brunch experience if you are looking for something other than the typical café fares. Expect robust flavours for the modern Indian dishes, in a beautiful cinematic setting no less.
Come to Firangi for a modern take and twist on Indian cuisine, and indulge in the cinematic dining setting which feels out of the world.
No space for the pasta and desserts this time, and I am definitely keen to return for them, and also to try the other pizza flavours. Great spot to suss out if you are a pizza lover. I also did not manage to try any wines this time, though I saw that there is a wide range of Italian wines on the menu.
With just less than half a year into operations, Hustle Co has undergone a series of menu tweakings to introduce a variety of unqiue offerings to indulge in for brunch.
As much as it fulfilled all the criteria of a decent burger, we felt that it was not a great one. The beef patty was lacking in flavour and although the bacon and cheese provided a heightened level of salt and richness, it was not enough to make this burger stand out.
While their menu sounded good on paper, I guess they require a bit more practice to perfect the food execution.
El Tardeo, is the newish tapas bar owned and managed by next-door Binomio, our favorite Spanish restaurant in Singapore.
Impressive Bar with selections of drinks flown in from Spain and very cute staff
There are many other dishes that are worth a try but these are just some great highlights.
Prices are affordable, making it a good choice location for budget friendly; delicious; nourishing & healthy daily meals.
All in all, the prices are reasonable and from what I saw of the other tables, the portion was good too. Suitable for family and friends.
Overall, Jim Garden 珍厨明苑私房菜 (Zhen Chu Ming Yuan Si Fang Cai) impresses with its casual, relaxed ambience, professional and courteous service, and delicious artisanal food that is nutritious yet affordable.
The lamb is dry-rubbed with Szechuan-style spices that reminded us of good ol’ Ma La Xiang Guo. The gaminess of the lamb is rid completely as the spices complement the juicy meat outstandingly well.
It is a great place for you to pop by for after-work drinks and a bite.