European Restaurant Singapore 30 results
  • House of AnLi: Modern European Furniture Store In Singapore That Houses A Hidden Chic Bistro

    Last Updated: March 6, 2017
    Hang around Tanglin Mall on the third floor and you'll stumble upon an eclectic modern European furniture store called House of AnLi. Wander further in and you'll find yourself standing before a ...
  • ZOTT’S: Finest Alpine Cuisine In The Heart Of Singapore

    Last Updated: March 24, 2017
    If you’ve ever wanted to try authentic Alpine cuisine, this is the place to be. Set in a colonial-style shophouse along Amoy street, Zott’s might look unassuming from the outside but prepare ...
  • Brez’n: Bringing You Hearty Bavarian Delights In Singapore

    Last Updated: March 24, 2017
    Derived from the Bavarian word for sourdough bread a.k.a the pretzel, Brez’n specialises in Bavarian cuisine. Serving all things Bavarian, their classic favourites, such as the crispy pork ...
  • PYXIEMOSS Singapore: Utilizing Every Part of an Ingredient To Create Spectacular Dishes

    Last Updated: March 24, 2017
    Did you know that there is actually a moss called Pixie-moss? And it is the only moss that actually blossoms. It is not coincidental that PYXIEMOSS has its name derived from it, a signific...
  • Angie’s Oyster Bar Singapore: A Respite From The Bustling City

    Last Updated: August 28, 2016
    Singapore’s cityscape view of the Marina Bay has become increasingly iconic. What's not to love? Skyscrapers within the CBD offers some of the best views - Angie’s Oyster Bar, perched on top of ...
  • Moosehead Kitchen Bar: New Chef Seumas Smith Continues European-Asian Culinary Creativity

    Last Updated: July 14, 2016
    In a world that evolves, Moosehead Kitchen Bar over at Teluk Ayer Street revolves along this orbit of evolution. Cooking and churning great Mediterrano-Asian creations for the 3rd year running, ...
  • Bacchanalia: Wine & Dine In The Heart Of A Restaurant’s Kitchen

    Last Updated: June 2, 2016
    The Kitchen at Bacchanalia is a new rebranding concept by Head Chef Ivan Brehm, where diners can enjoy a hearty meal in the heart of the bustling restaurant's kitchen. It is quaintly tucked ...
  • Ash & Elm: Newly Revamped European Restaurant at InterContinental Singapore

    Last Updated: April 10, 2016
    We were invited to InterContinental's revamped hotel restaurant, Ash & Elm, that is currently sitting slick in Olive Tree's old spot. Ash & Elm has taken a bold step to set itself apart ...
  • PocoLoco: Casual Italian Restaurant in Ang Mo Kio

    Last Updated: March 7, 2016
    Fancy Italian food so cheap you'll go 'loco' P.S 'loco' means crazy in Spanish. Nondescript, self-effacing exterior and interior at best, which is worrying to a certain degree but it's ...
  • UNA’s Valentine’s Day 2016 Menu Review – Jars of Hearts

    Last Updated: February 7, 2016
    UNAite Your Hearts This Valentines Out of ideas for where to dine on Valentine's Day? Hopefully, this review of UNA's Valentine's Day Menu: Jars of Hearts, would help you. Here are a few ...
  • Portico Prime: Singapore Modern European Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: February 23, 2016
    Locally sourced, sustainable and wholesome ingredients. Situated at the former The Prime Society on Block 10 at Dempsey Hill, Portico Prime is the newest kid on the block that will leave you ...
  • Oxwell & Co Presents a British Style Festive Feasting 2015

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016
    I've been for a quick drink at Oxwell & Co many a time, but what I didn't realise until now is that there is a lot more to this place than meets the eye. Venture beyond the bar and upstairs you ...
  • Zafferano: Festival Della Pasta – Italian Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: December 7, 2015
    The best of Northern & Southern Italian Pasta Cuisines at Zafferano. Zafferano is one of the best-kept secrets in our recent times. Perched at the 43rd floor of the Ocean Financial Center in the ...
  • OCF: Treat yourself to the ultimate in French sophistication this holiday season 2015

    Last Updated: December 14, 2015
    Olivia Cassivelaun Fancourt, or OCF as it is commonly referred to, over at The Arts House is well known for its top-tier French fine dining, live music and overall sophistication. The restaurant ...
  • BoCHINche: Don’t cry for meat Argentina!

    Last Updated: November 6, 2015

    Bochinche - Bochinche

    When I think of Argentina, I think of the Tango, Evita, Malbec and of course, steak. Beautiful grass fed, free range steak. So when we got an invite to check out the latest menu at Bochinche, one of few Argentine inspired restaurants in Singapore, we ran there faster than you can say 'don't cry for meat Argentina'. ...
  • Tapas 39: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: October 26, 2015

    Surprisingly unpretentious, classy ambience.

    While Tapas 39 might be in the Duxton hill area, it resides away from the main crowd of restaurants in a quieter cluster of the region. The place itself can house approximately 25 people, there is an open bar at the front of the restaurant with wooden tables parked outside the storefront. The interior of the restaurant is especially delightful, natural sunlight falls through the glass ceiling. It can be a bit blinding in the afternoon, but the overall decor of royal and tiffany blue comes off rather grand. ...
  • Ahoy! It’s seafood night at Brizo (Park Hotel Clark Quay)

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016

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    For lovers of crustaceans, molluscs and all things fishy, the latest buffet to hit Brizo at Park Hotel is a mediterranean inspired veritable feast that will satiate your seafood cravings. Available every Thursday to Sunday from 1 October to 27 December 2015, you can dine on some of the finest items offered up by the ocean. ...
  • Long Bar steakhouse’s Tomahawk steak offer October 2015

    Last Updated: October 20, 2015

    The Tomahawk has landed.

    Have you ever been to a restaurant where it is all hype and the food fails to deliver? While we love to check out the latest and newest restaurants, there are plenty of restaurants in Singapore that withstand the test of time and still hold strong today amidst a sea of competition - even with waves after waves of new challenger. The charm of Raffles Hotel needs no introduction to Singaporeans and foreigners alike, but if you are ready to discover the charm of the Long Bar Steakhouse and their last tomahawk steak offer, read on... ...
  • Kaiserhaus: Singapore Austrian Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016

    A taste of Austria even from miles away.

    kaiserhaus capitol theatre - exterior A contemporary dining destination at the refurbished Capitol Theatre, bringing recipes from the celebrated Habsburg Empire to Singapore, yes right here. For the first time ever, diners here in Singapore can indulge themselves in rich multi-cultural heritage and flavours of a dozen nations which framed the empire. ...
  • Den Bar & Kitchen: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: September 9, 2015

    Enjoy a hearty meal alongside a sip of wine

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    Set right in the middle of the city centre - a five minutes' walk away from Raffles City, Den has been in operations since early November 2014. A cosy European style bistro by day, the restaurant transforms into a lively contemporary tapas and wine bar when the Sun recedes. ...
  • Table at 7: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: August 3, 2015

    "Have a meal fit for royalty"

    Table-at-7 When you take a peek at Table at 7's menu, you will be slightly confused at first - this is because there are two separate menus: one which offers Indonesian cuisine (Chef Eugenia) and another which features Modern European cuisine (Chef Karl). However, rest assured that you will be assisted by the friendly waiters who are more than happy in guiding you with menu choices. If you are a big fan of Indonesian and or Modern European cuisine, be prepared for a treat at Table at 7. Despite having 2 contrasting styles in one restaurant, each chef has maintained their own individuality and do not attempt to cross-contaminate the other, culminating in 2 very separate menus to each Chef's name. ...
  • Opus Bar and Grill (Hilton): Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: June 13, 2015

    "Melodic Flavors"

    Opus Bar I haven’t been into the Hilton Hotel at Orchard Road for a time now, even though they’ve got quite a few good restaurants and the Sky Bar which has been open quite a while. That was as good a reason as any to go check out their new restaurant, Opus Bar & Grill. ...
  • Antoinette: 4th Anniversary Set Menu and Father’s Day Cake Review

    Last Updated: May 20, 2015

    "O’ Sweet Months of May and June!"

    The months of May and June coincide with Mother’s and Father’s Days, in succession. More often than not, the conundrum of what to do for our parents comes to mind. There is just one simple Rule of Thumb: The way to their hearts is thru their stomachs!

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    Do allow me to implore you to bring them to Antoinette at Penhas Road! Antoinette is already synonymous with unique, delectable desserts and cakes. And in conjunction with their 4th Anniversary they have a double celebration items on offer - the Nordic, Antoinette’s unique savoury cake to celebrate Father’s Day and Antoinette’s 4th Anniversary Set Menu.

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  • Moosehead Kitchen-Bar: Introducing Chef Drew Wilson and Moosehead’s New Menu

    Last Updated: April 21, 2015

    "Moosehead Kitchen-Bar has Moxie!"

    Moosehead kitchen-bar telok ayer

    Moosehead is a cosy little kitchen-bar at the ingress of Telok Ayer Street that serves heavenly gastronomia. Founded in 2013 by a father-and-son partnership of Glen and Daniel Ballis, Moosehead is, at its core, a Mediterranean kitchen.

    They adopt a chameleon-like gastronomic philosophy, integrating the South East Asian and Japanese influences with that from the west, namely Spain and Greece.

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