Pistachio cake. Not bad. Topped with crushed pistachios, yuzu creme and drizzled with honey. I liked the crumbly texture.
Every dish is a beautiful ensemble of lovely flavours and a showcase of fine produce.
I didn't quite feel Moosehead has made a statement as much as my very first visit. But the complexity of the dishes still shines, not to forget the upbeat ambience of this small space. Perhaps that explains the crowd day in and out.
Will I Return Again? Sichuan food is typically very spicy in my impression. Basdban has a good variety of dishes to cater to the crowd even if you cannot take spice very well like me. It is a convenient after-work or lunch spot for the CBD crowd should you be craving for a modern Sichuanese dining experience.
With relaxing ambience, attentive service, and delicious yet affordable food, 51 Soho makes for a great place to dine, whether you're seeking a healthy and hearty lunch, or just want to relax with a couple of drinks after work.
All of us were impressed by the value of the dish and the amazing bread that was paired with it. So yummy.
Food at Park Bench Deli is American and Italian cuisine, with a focus on sandwiches. Head Chef Matt Kuhnemann and Senior Chef Ben Phoon lead the kitchen, serving consistently well-executed plates that pack bold flavours.
I heartily recommend coming after 11am and braving the queue to get your fix, because their grilled cheese and lemon ricotta pancakes are a combo that will make your day all that much better.
Most of the menu was rather meat-heavy, so I went for one of the few meatless options available
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a noodle shop by the folks at Szechuan fusion restaurant Birds Of A Feather.
This noodle shop is very good. The Mian Yang noodles is delicious and definitely worth trying.
The Market Grill serving robust steak, hearty roll and other grilled meat dishes.
Venison was overcooked today.
While I maintain that their food would probably be more enjoyable eaten at the restaurant, they did survive delivery pretty well.
I was always kinda curious about this place.
I didn't like it enough to come back for it, but there were some duck-based items that sounded like they might be fun to wash down with all of the booze that they had available.
I’ve really got nothing positive to comment about the food at My Awesome Cafe. This visit has been ridiculously disappointing and it really spoilt my afternoon.
I don't think I can recommend this enough or any more than I already have so do make a reservation on Chope or Quandoo and go check them out when you can!
They offer quite an extensive range of sake and each sake has its own distinctive taste.
For a nights out session of Japanese food and sake, Kabuke seems a decent option – with other similar alternatives including Boruto Singapore along South Bridge Road, Shukuu Izakaya at the nearby Stanley Street, and Sumiya at Suntec City for its sake dispenser.
Pantler River Valley review with pictures of cakes with prices, drinks menu, cafe interior and some takeaway items
I will be back to try the Strawberry Shortcake though. After all, how could you resist such a beautiful-looking classic?
Yatsura (S$8.50++) is one of Pantler’s bestselling signature cakes for obvious reasons.
Barramundi not bad.
While Sarnies does fantastic sandwiches, their dinner options were terribly mediocre. The concept was great, and the menu sounded real tempting, but the execution was found wanting.
Tasty, Value For Money Brunch & Good Coffee Overall: 7 Ambience & Setting: 6 Food & Beverage: 7 Service: 5 Value for Money: 7 Spent about SGD $27 per person
Overall, it was a good experience dining at Fu Lin Bar & Kitchen. The fried yong tofu is one of the best that we ever tried and their evening menu is well executed. The crispy pork belly, fresh whole squid and baby back ribs are a must-order. Cheers!!
Fu Lin Bar & Kitchen is easily accessible for those working in the CBD during lunch hours, but we would only recommend the dry version, accompanied by their signature noodles.
Fu Lin’s original stall is at Siglap, where they serve the same fare but in a non-air conditioned and more casual environment.
Food at MeatSmith is focused on American Southern barbecue / rotisserie cuisine, at least for the Telok Ayer outlet. Gourmet cuts of meat are marinated, smoked, and prepared flawlessly daily, a testament to the consistency here.
Service at MeatSmith is warm, friendly, and attentive.
The staff are friendly and ice water was topped up whenever we needed a refill.
I will definitely come back to Napoleon Wine Bar for more good food at affordable prices and wide range of good wine.
This was my first Restaurant Week meal and one of the more memorable ones. Napoleon Food & Wine Bar is a cozy restaurant situated on Telok Ayer Street, with a rather quirky sense of design as the seats are fabricated in the style of Napoleon's uniform with a "pocket" for the iPad menu.
Napoleon is a great place to chill out and the wine dispensing machines; magical ones :p are a great way to try a variety of wines from France.
We managed to come down for lunch recently. Pity - I wanted to like them.
This one (176 Telok Ayer Street, 9372-4321) was definitely the most different so far. On the plus side, they had a lot of different cuts of meat available, like that very tender tripe and tendon above.
they had a lot of different cuts of meat available, like that very tender tripe and tendon above.
The soft and fluffy Honey Cake is paired with sour cream ganache, blood orange, rose crystals and refreshing yoghurt sorbet.
The Nomads experience was perfect, except that families with young children may have to leave your little tots at home.
Despite each serving is rather like bite-size, it was very filling. It was quite an insightful dining experience here as this is my first time trying the cuisine along the Silk Road.
Worth many revisits just for the laksa else it is great to soak in the atmosphere and be artistic.
Overall, the Telok Ayer area is always an interesting place to visit for both locals and tourists.
The cafe is decorated in traditional Peranakan design, from the intricate, colorful tiles to the tableware.
No doubt the price here is higher than normal Thai restaurant, but considering the quality that Cha Thai served you, it is definitely worth your money. Cheers!!
All in all, I have to complement the owner & chef for making me reminisce the land of smiles, so dearly.
The casual, comfortable ambience, fantastic service, and delicious authentic Thai food, albeit at a higher than usual price, still makes Cha Thai worth visiting. I'm planning to return!
Overall, enjoyed the comfortable settings, personable service and good coffee here at Free The Robot. Will I drop by again? You bet.
15 reviews of Free the Robot "Excellent single origin cold brew coffee, and good food options for breakfast and lunch."
There are endless reasons to fall in love with this charming cafe—every element of Shop Wonderland Cafe & Floral Studio was executed flawlessly and with elegance.
The best dish of the day was the Thai Green Curry pasta ($14). This was a pleasant dish. Pasta with chicken curry is unusual but the curry was quite mild and the combination was a successful one.
Overall, this place is a good option for sugar rush in the Telok Ayer area but note that prices are not cheap.