Boruto Restaurant

80 S Bridge Rd, #01-01 Golden Castle Building, Singapore 058710

A new Concept Japanese modern Kitchen + Japanese Sake Bar

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Overall I have enjoyed the new menu at Boruto. Compared to its previous menu which felt more like omakase dishes catered for individual diner, the new menu feels more communal.
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Lastly, we sampled two desserts and by then, we were pretty stuffed. It's not often that I see warabi mochi on the menu but they have it here at Boruto. Made of bracken starch, and coated with kinako powder. It has a wobbly soft-jelly like texture and sweetness from the sauce. Almost like eating water.
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Overall, Boruto Singapore impresses with its extensive tapas menu, featuring modern fusion food that is bold in taste, pretty to look at, and showcases the culinary wizardry of the chefs here. The cozy, intimate ambience, and friendly yet professional service is a big draw.

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Five Ten Restaurant

237 South Bridge Road Singapore

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FIVE-TEN being run by kitchen wizards have recently taken to putting some new-fangled dishes to their solid menu including Steamed Live Lobster ($15) and Poached Cod in Soy Sauce ($15); fantastic for those who love affordable luxuries.
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For some reasons, their tripe was served on skewers. These were the only things on skewers. But they were good.
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Start small, which we did and will repeat the next round when we return. It gets crowded particularly during lunch time, so be there early or be prepared to queue.

Ninja Bowl Restaurant

15 Duxton Rd, Singapore 089481

Ninja Bowl offers CBD diners an extensive menu filled with unique all-day brunch options, sandwiches and the piece de resistance - ‘Ninja Bowls’. These bowls comprise Japanese-inspired items such as aburi chashu (torched pork belly) and yaki unagi (grilled eel) and options of padding them up with quinoa, orzo pasta, or a proprietary rice blend. Customers simply place their orders at the counter and meals are prepped a la minute and served to the tables. Prices at Ninja Bowl are all nett cost and the restaurant does not have service charge.

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Our bowls! Love their marble bowls!
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With a strong focus on Japanese-inspired rice bowls, Ninja Bowl infuses a healthy twist to their menu prolific of creative offerings - also a refreshing change to the usual brunch dishes elseplace.
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The rice was fragrant and tasty! I especially liked how succulent the scallops are! I also like how crunchy the carrots are.

Xiao Ya Tou Restaurant

6 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089592

Naughty Modern Asian Restaurant & Bar

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The ambience is casual and probably an ideal place to hang out with friends to share the calories.
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  • 2017-12-17 00:00:00+00:00
Xiao Ya Tou, or better known as XYT, is a modern Asian restaurant bar on Duxton Hill that serves up a plethora of playful and somewhat cheeky food and drink offerings—all of which find their inspirations stemming from cuisines from all across Southeast Asia.
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  • 2017-08-15 00:00:00+00:00
Xiao Ya Tou seems like an unlikely location for the tea lover. But you cannot beat their coffee and food either.

Ding Dong Restaurant

01-02, 115 Amoy Street, Singapore 069935

Ding Dong, headed by Chefs Ryan Clift and Jet Lo, serves up modern interpretations of Southeast Asian cuisine and cocktails.

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Ding Dong, I can admit now, has hidden empowerment abilities.
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The dining experiance at Ding DOng was certainly memorable for the dishes were quirky, unique and one-of-a-kind.
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We left feeling impressed and highly satisfied with the innovative, well-executed fare that was offered at Ding Dong.

Wine & Chef Restaurant

7 Keong Saik Rd, Singapore 089115 Keong Saik Rd, Singapore 089115

We are more than just food & wine

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One of the more under-the-radar restaurants at this heritage street is Wine & Chef, which aims to serve up “semi fine-dining food” at pocket friendly prices.
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  • 2017-11-26 00:00:00+00:00
Overall dining experience at Wine and Chef was very enjoyable, with palatable dishes and good wine to cater to our exploratory nature. This place is definitely highly recommended.
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We wish we could tell you how the Italian dishes fare but in the absence of it, the reasonably priced Italian wines and Ang’s Hokkien mee (as well as his curry pork knuckles) are reasons enough for a visit.

My Awesome Cafe 真棒堂 Restaurant

202 Telok Ayer, Singapore 068630

My Awesome Café 真棒堂 , was created by a group of entrepreneurial friends coming from various backgrounds: 5 star hoteliers, creative and health & fitness. Our dedicated team comes from various parts of Asia and Europe, and both Europeans (one French, one Swiss) have been living in Singapore form 9 and 18 years respectively, and both hold a permanent resident status, having made Singapore their home. Most have opened successful restaurants, cafés and hotels in their career in Europe and Singapore.

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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.
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Ambience is great and I'd certainly return for more of its awesomeness!
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This café may not serve the pretty instagram-worthy cakes and all-day breakfast. Its beauty comes from within, and its dedication to details in design and finishing touches is admirable.

Hai Di Lao Restaurant

3D Rivervalley Road, 02-04 Clarke Quay, Singapore 179023

Haidilao was founded in 1994. It serves mainly Sichuan style hotpot while mixing the pick of other style hot pot.

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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.
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Service was attentive, prompt and efficient, a standout from many other casual restaurants in Singapore with splotchy service standards.
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Ultimately for a steamboat meal, price is a main consideration for me, regardless of how good the food is. However, if you ask me should anyone try Hai Di Lao for at least once, i can’t find any good reason to say “no”.

The Blue Ginger Restaurant Restaurant

97 Tanjong Pagar Road, 088518

Blue Ginger ticks most of the boxes for a good dining experience in Singapore. It’s reasonably priced, the setting is an old shophouse in a lively area, and the dining room is a nice space in which to dine on a unique brand of Asian cuisine.

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It is recommended to go in a group so you could order more dishes to try but please do remember to make a reservation before going. Hope you have an enjoyable meal like we did.
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The Blue Ginger is one of few names that come to mind whenever Peranakan food is mentioned in Singapore.
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Visiting The Blue Ginger Restaurant has been a unique experience and it has been enjoyable dining in the company of grandma, listening to the tales of old as she went through each dish. Around the table we gather, for a time to dine, chit chat and fondly, remember.

Mei Heong Yuen Dessert Restaurant

63-67 Temple Street, Chinatown, Singapore 058611

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It is a good place to bring the whole family or friends to enjoy some delicious and healthy desserts as one will sure find something to suit his/her liking from the variety of the menu.
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Almond paste and black sesame paste had never tasted so good. Each flavour was rich and robust but not overly sweet.
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  • 2014-03-11 00:00:00+00:00
The desserts here was rather good, I would gladly return to try more dishes especially the snow ice ones. This place is a self-service eatery, please check the menu and place order at the cashier and wait for the desserts to be served at the table.

Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant Restaurant

80 Raffles Place, #60-01 UOB Plaza 1, Singapore 048624

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I've always been a fan of their high tea because they're portioned just perfectly for a lady (though guys may complain of the portion).
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蔬食菜单6月15日至9月15日限时推出,两款套餐收费每人$98或$78,最少2人。餐馆也将在8月1日更换菜单,吸引食客再次上门光顾。

Tong Ah Eating House 东亞 Restaurant

35 Keong Saik Rd, Singapore 089142

People choice from Singapore and overseas customers for their own coffee, toast, local Chinese food and signature dishes

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Tong Ah Eating House also serves Crispy Thin Toast Kaya, French Toast with Kaya and Steamed Bread with Kaya (S$4.90).
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Coffee was a pretty thick local brew, but it's not especially fragrant. Which works for some people but not quite so for me because the strength is just one half of the quality I look for.

Fu Lin Bar & Kitchen Restaurant

127 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068596

Tapas, Grills, Sake Bar, Cocktails, Wines, Beers, Whisky. Live screenings English Premiership Football League

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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.
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Fu Lin’s original stall is at Siglap, where they serve the same fare but in a non-air conditioned and more casual environment.

The Flying Squirrel Restaurant

#01-02, 92 Amoy Street, Singapore 069911

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The raw fish was fresh and firm in texture, bouncing ever so gently upon teeth's clamp. We enjoyed our palatable lunch greatly and would be happy to return for more.

Chalong Restaurant

7 #B2-21 Tanjong Pagar Centre 078884, Wallich St, Singapore

A fusion of flavours, unifying traditional and modern cooking techniques for that perfect dish.

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  • 2017-03-19 00:00:00+00:00
Chalong is one awesome joint that I highly recommend. The charcoal grilled meat bowls were delicious and the friendly staff left a good impression too. I will definitely be making my way back again soon!
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  • 2016-11-24 00:00:00+00:00
Subscribe: [NEW] Chalong is one of the first shops that opened at the basement 2 of Tanjong Pagar Centre, which houses quite a number of F&B right next to Tanjong MRT station. The kiosk with 4 seats serves up charcoal grilled meats bowls, added with egg and Yamagata Haenuki Japanese rice. ...

Amoy Street Food Centre Place

7 Maxwell Rd, Singapore 069111

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Amoy Street Food Centre is one of the few hawker centres in the Central Business District that has survived the tide of redevelopment – where favourite food haunts had to make way for tall office blocks.

Violet Oon Satay Bar & Grill Restaurant

Clarke Quay 01-18-B, 3 River Valley Rd, Singapore 179024

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Be warned, the restaurant is NOISY. Like really loud, just like its sister outlet, National Kitchen.
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Overall, I find that it is a good place for gathering as well as chill out. The ambiance makes alot of difference and you will never feel as if like you are visiting the usual traditional Peranakan Place.
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  • 2017-02-26 00:00:00+00:00
There will be diners with higher spending power who would be willing to fork out more at restaurants such as these, because some of these nostalgic tastes are indeed hard to find.

Wafuken Restaurant

6A Shenton Way, Oue Downtown Gallery #02-23, Singapore 068815

At Wafuken, we serve Wafu Cuisine cooked with Modern techniques. We believe in guilt-free meals, good for taste and for your body. Follow us on IG @wafuken

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I enjoyed the bara chirashi at Sushiro and wouldn’t mind going back again if ever I happen to be in the area – whether I will go down all the way to the Thomson area again specifically to have this, I am not sure.
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Wafuken takes pride in prepping food from scratch as much as they can. Their main cooking method used is sous vide (pronounced su-veed), it translates to the process of cooking in a vacuum-sealing bag, speaking of healthy food with minimum seasoning!
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I liked the inclusion of Chawanmushi, not often found elsewhere, but included protein in the form of steamed egg, and some wobbly smooth texture in the mix.

Yuki Onna Restaurant

3/4 Amoy Street 049947 Amoy St, Singapore 049947

A quaint izakaya dishing up Japanese-inspired comfort food in the heart of the CBD

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Overall, the bowl felt it needed more sauce of some kind – I reckon the CBD folks might have preferred something lighter and healthier, thus the decision.
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Yuki Onna at Far East Square does serve up quite a decent selection of donburis, and described itself as "a quaint izakaya dishing up Japanese-inspired comfort food in the heart of CBD",

Hainan Street Steamboat Pte. Ltd. Restaurant

133 New Bridge Road, #B1-16 Chinatown Point, Singapore 059413

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The set came with a container of cabbage which was first added to the hot stock, along with sliced pork, chicken, prawns, fishballs, sliced fish, squid, pig’s liver, and a complimentary dish of 3 abalone.

Barnacles Restaurant

70 Collyer Quay, #01-01, Customs House, Singapore 049323

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Barnacles at Customs House is a popular after-work haunt that offers a medley of gourmet grub as well as a stellar view of the Marina Bay skyline.

Victory Seafood Restaurant

120/122 Neil Road

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  • 2017-05-01 00:00:00+00:00
The shop looked unremarkable but their food was not bad.

Old House 老屋 Restaurant

25 Neil Rd, Singapore 088816

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  • 2017-06-12 00:00:00+00:00
I’ll definitely head back with my fambam, as my folks are like me – major fans of zi char.

Fu Lin Boat Quay Restaurant

50 Circular Rd Singapore 049405 Circular Rd, Singapore 049405

Oriental theme decorated Restaurant Bar serving Asian tapas, Wines and Cocktails. Located near Singapore River and in the Central Business District.

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The yong tau foo and noodles are exceptional and we would definitely make return visits for them. We’d also return to try the Asian-inspired tapas, which better showcases Fu Lin’s character than their Western food.

Makan Sutera Nasi Lemak Pandan Rice Restaurant

6 Tanjong Pagar Plaza #02-39 Singapore 081006 Tanjong Pagar Plaza, Singapore 081006

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  • 2017-12-17 00:00:00+00:00
I did feel that their rice had enough aroma and salt that I didn't even need the sambal though.

Xiang Xiang Nasi Lemak Restaurant

6 Tanjong Pagar Plaza, Singapore 081006

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  • 2018-05-21 00:00:00+00:00
Honestly, I only like their rice and succulent fried chicken wing along with the sambal chili. As for the otah and sotong fillet, I would suggest skipping them for something else.

Hafudog Restaurant

35 Robinson Road, #01- 03, Singapore 068876

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  • 2017-12-04 00:00:00+00:00
I would recommend diners to come off peak because when the store was packed, it got rather claustrophobic and some orders seemed to have got mixed up.

Essen Restaurant

1 Cantonment Rd #01-01, Singapore 080001

Not just another food court, we are THE food court with a difference. Come visit our various food stalls from pizzas to gourmet burgers to Western / Asian/ Fusion, along with our amazing range of drinks which include craft beers, wine and much more!

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  • 2017-06-01 00:00:00+00:00
Overall, Essen at the Pinnacle turned out to be an interesting place to have lunch. The variety and quality of food is good. The atmosphere is relaxed and the drinks list very interesting.

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