“Contemporary Yakitori omakase”
Inspired by a yakitori-ya (traditional small grilling stalls) in Osaka, Bincho, which means Japanese Charcoal, is a unique small restaurant located at Tiong Bahru.
As one of the country’s more peculiar dining spots, Bin Cho has been turning heads since operation with its interesting all-in-one dining concept which showcases a neat mix of Singapore’s past, present and future. Continue reading
“A relaxing, lazy Sunday brunch”
Ku De Ta Singapore is reinventing its brunch menu with a brand new modern Asian style on the weekends. Changing its buffet menu to reduce all the food wastage, Ku De Ta now introduces a 5 course brunch set at $98++, and the Champagne brunch option at $178++. Free flow dessert and coffee/tea are also available part of the set.
Experience typical breakfast ingredients in a different light. Executive Chef Frederic Faucheux revitalises Ku De Ta’s weekend brunch with a menu featuring a medley of brunch favourites inspired by the simple Japanese palate, and tweaked to appeal to the Singapore appetite.
“Chill with some easy drinking”
If you’re in the mood for casual and highly affordable western chow, accompanied with a notable selection of spirits and beverages, then look no further than Roosevelt’s.
I’ve passed The Tavern multiple times on my way to Mohamed Sultan road, but have never really peeked into this inconspicuous restaurant along the road. But boy was I in for a surprise.
The Tavern offers Swiss and Continental in an intimate shophouse, seating just 45 persons. Not something I expected amongst the roadside coffeeshops just beside.
Known for its great service and excellent traditional European food, The Tavern is a popular haunt with the rich and famous of Singapore. A lot of emphasis is placed on hospitality and the owner is always ready to go the extra mile.
“The Boldest Grill”
Since SKIRT opened, I’ve always wanted to try their famed dry aged beef, but my reluctance to travel to Sentosa has always countered my want. I mean, you have to pay a $4 toll fee just to get to this freaking island.
I finally got down to eating at SKIRT while researching for my best steak guide in Singapore, and boy am I glad I did.
“New Brunch Menu”
Tucked away into the crooks of culturally rich of Desker Road sits a quaint structure, much unalike its neighbours. Nuzzled cosily alongside old, rundown shophouses, Bellwethers Bistro Bar adds a touch of flurry to the otherwise sluggish atmosphere of the district.
“Come Yum Cha at Changi”
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Since starting the business in 2000, Yum Cha has grown and expanded from 1 to 3 outlets – the most prominent one situated in densely populated Chinatown, another in residential district Serangoon Gardens, and the last one tucked away in the Eastern fraction of sunny Singapore – Changi Business Park, away from the hubbub of the city.
“Rustic, cowboy ambience”
On the search for Singapore’s best steaks, I’ve arrived at FeedLot Steakhouse for judgement.
The front end restaurant arm of Swiss Butchery, FeedLot Steakhouse Bar and Grill aims to showcase what can be done with it’s own high quality meats by shifting from Bukit Timah to Tanglin and rebranding themselves.
“Indonesian Chinese Food”
If you’re craving for a hearty serving of authentic Indonesian Chinese cuisine at an affordable price, Medan Town is the place to go.
Medan Town is a simple, no-frills dining space wedged amongst the many other eateries along Tanjong Katong Road, overlooking the busy district. Don’t be fooled by the lack of pomp and ceremony, however, as the main attraction is the authenticity of the flavours that the city of Medan, Indonesia has to offer.
“Seafood fiesta at Treasures of The Sea buffet”
Plaza Brasserie presents “Treasures of The Sea”, a seafood themed all-you-can-eat dinner buffet ($68++) spread that features live stations cooking fresh seafood, mostly of the Asian style.
Executive Chef Jackson Goh also serves up his specialty Curry Fish Head along with various cooking interpretations of Norwegian Salmon.