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.
Like Shabu Shabu, beat the egg and dip your meat and vegetables into the beaten egg mixture for a complete sukiyaki experience.
Tamoya Udon is known for its silky udon handmade fresh daily with ingredients imported from Japan.
Tonjiru Onsen Udon (house-made Red Miso soup) is slightly sweet but yet it was so yummy.
If you’ve been missing Hong Kong, Tsui Wah at Clarke Quay has a great deal for you.
we can all become a tourist along Clarke Quay area and enjoy Hong Kong “Cha Chaan Teng” style afternoon tea at Tsui Wah.
Totally love the King Prawn in XO Sauce with Tossed Noodles which featured thin noodles that's cooked to a springy texture, and has none of that dreaded alkaline taste.
Bistecca Restaurant Traditional Tuscan sharing steaks & Italian cuisine Singapore’s favourite Italian steakhouse at 26 Mohamed Sultan Road
A classy but cosy place to get a great steak with Italian style sides and pastas to boot!
Overall, we had mixed feelings about the decor at Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse.
Nothing particularly special about what they offered or were they outstanding.
The revamped and expanded menu at Kushikatsu Tanaka means there is something for everyone.
Gathering with a few friends over a drink and try out the new Autumn Seasonal Menu at Kushikatsu Tanaka is surely the best weekend activity.
Sin Chao Gardens Review: Teochew Restaurant at River Valley Singapore, Teochew porridge lunch with pictures of food and menu with prices
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Great place to satisfy that craving for Teochew porridge. Good food, comfortable air con restaurant with free parking behind at a reasonable price.
The Crispy Seafood Rice Roll ($8.80) is an unique take from the usual cheong fun. It has a delightful textural combination, starting from the smooth rice roll, crispy batter and succulent shrimp.
Prices may be on the premium end, but you get what you pay for. The food here is totally worth it; and the well-heeled agree.
Overall, although some dishes paled in comparison to the rest, VLV riverside still poses as a great option for a zi-char fix when one is in the vicinity.
This hotpot establishment in Clarke Quay shot to popularity for their wild innovation that saw dishes such as teddy bear broths and metre-long meat platters.
If you like over-the-top food presentation and spicy hotpot base, Spice World Hotpot is a worthy option to consider.
A must-try is their Char Siew Bao, which nails the dough to filling ratio.
Overall, if you’re hankering for dim sum while in the vicinity, or want a buffet option that is value-for-money, Tang Lung Restaurant is a decent bet.
There are no lack of restaurants in Robertson Quay and this is probably the rare few Chinese restaurant here.
We were thoroughly satiated and satisfied with our meal and would recommend repeat visits!
Service was great as well, personable, spontaneous and attentive.
The food was top notch and the interior was beautifully done up.
The good service was apparent from the time you are seated as the waiter offers you a ziplock bag for your phone and special wet wipes to clean your spectacle lenses! Feels kind of pampered.
Service was attentive, prompt and efficient, a standout from many other casual restaurants in Singapore with splotchy service standards.
I know that I've had a lot of hot pot lately, but I needed lunch today, and this place happened to be nearby (6 Eu Tong Sen Street #03-87, 6221-5550). It seems to be a chain started by some Haidilao alumni, right across the river from the latter's original Clarke Quay location.
I liked the food, including a broth that was filled with a nice assortment of mushrooms, as well as a decently well-stocked seasoning bar.
I would say service here was decent, though not as over-the-top as HDL.
Definitely a treat for matcha and strawberry lovers! And I think the price is reasonable with the spread given.
Highly raved for its exquisite dessert series, Lewin Terrace at Fort Canning has launched their matcha, as well as Ichigo (strawberry) dessert buffet previously on separate occasions.
Variety aside, the quality and taste of the dessert items were executed excellently - perfect for berries/chocolate dessert lovers to indulge in for a sweet sweet Christmas this year.
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We have the occasional 'Middle Eastern' restaurant, encompassing food from all of the Middle East, which is a bit like having Singaporean and Thai food lumped under the umbrella of 'Asian restaurant', but I digress.
Shabestan has a fancy looking dough/doogh.
We liked the beef tartare from the last time so we ordered it again like the bisque. That gherkin-y beef tartare.
The Ranch has pretty good lobster bisque.
The Ranch Steakhouse prides themselves for providing great quality steaks at affordable prices.
The food at Yum Sing! is above average and worth of a visit with its Instagrammable whimsical decor.
I wouldn't rush to go back, but this might be a good place for gathering next time when drinking is allowed past 10.30pm.
The area is a wonderful place to unwind with your friends over their interesting range of cocktails as you soak in the very well-thought-out retro ambience.
I am still of the opinion that the original restaurant at Keong Saik grills better eels.
I am back here again to check out their seasonal offerings.
A must-try is the expensive but drool-worthy Kaisen x Histumabushi by Teppei and Man Man ($32.50++).
The omakase dining experience at Pixy is like rediscovering the wonderment and excitement of a meal.
Overall, it was a treat looking and tasting the creations of Chef Nobu.
To me, it is a wonderful marriage of choconana and banoffee.
This well-priced 8-course CNY menu is not without flaws–some dishes are similar and could have done with more varied styles of cooking–but, besides the last two dishes, the food is delectable and original and fun. My family enjoyed the meal.
Mimi Restaurant in Clark Quay is not like your typical Chinese restaurant. The upper floor dining hall is a stylish contemporary space in a historical building. The menu is interesting and prices are reasonable.
The Soon Hock was done perfectly. Tender, juicy with a gentle squeakiness to the bite.