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  • FOC: Singapore Spanish Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: February 9, 2015

    "The Catalonian Reinvention"

    FOC nandu jubany singapore Having been awarded a Michelin Star for his restaurant Can Jubany in Spain, Nandu Jubany is en route to international expansion with FOC in Singapore. FOC (pronounced 'fock', and means 'fire' in Spanish) prepares exquisite Catalonian tapas dishes in accordance to the season and a plethora of personalized cocktails, of which the award-winning bartender Dario Knox formerly from Catalunya Singapore is in charge. Ex-Foodbar Dada’s chef Jordi Noguera heads the kitchen at this new tapas joint. ...
  • Da Paolo Bistro Bar: Singapore European Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: January 24, 2015

    "Chill With European Cuisine at Rochester"

    da paolo bistro bar rochester-1 Da Paolo Bistro Bar by Da Paolo Group is among 5 establishments currently owned by the family-run business. Residing on Rochester Drive, a leafy and meandering road that reminds me of Malcolm Road/Chancery Lane, the gastropub serves contemporary European cuisine and signature cocktails in its commodious space. ...
  • Bistro 1855: Singapore Gastropub Review | The Entertainer 1-for-1

    Last Updated: January 19, 2016

    "1855 The Bottle Shop Diversifies"

    Bistro 1855 suntec singapore Bistro 1855 is the new spacious watering hole that looks to be another city haunt. The Suntec City bistro is the next step in wine retailer 1855 The Bottle Shop's growth. One Friday night, we were welcomed into the dimly-lit bar's open doors at the outer rungs of Suntec Tower 4. ...
  • boCHINche: Singapore Argentinian Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: January 8, 2015

    "Superb foray into Argentinian cuisine"

    Bochinche Singapore Argentinian food Located along Martin Road and above Common Man Coffee Roasters, boCHINche is Spa Esprit's most "exotic" eatery to date. boCHINche serves Argentinian cuisine and is out to dispel the notion that Argentinian cuisine is just all about meat. Being our first time  tasting Argentinian cuisine and without knowing what to expect, we went for the dinner with an open mind and an appetite to match. ...
  • Shelter in the Woods: Singapore European Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: April 28, 2015

    "Hidden Treasure in the Woods"

    Hidden treasures are abundant in this Little Red Dot. Tucked in the cove of Greenwood Avenue in Bukit Timah, is one of my most significant gastronomic treasure find this year - Shelter in the Woods. This rustic restaurant serves one of Singapore’s best European classic dishes.

    Shelter in the Woods - Chef Masashi in the Kitchen

    Currently at helm in their kitchen is Consultant Chef Masashi Horiuchi. He is among the elite chefs of Michelin-starred restaurants across Europe and the United Kingdom, which include the L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon in London. Masashi-san brings his decades-long European experience and Japanese precision into the kitchen, culminating in a consistent, bold and yet delicate gastronomic expression.


  • Restaurant Ember: Singapore Bistro Review

    Last Updated: April 16, 2015

     "Wallet-Friendly European Bistro in the Heart of Chinatown"

    Restaurant Ember keong saik singapore Restaurant Ember, well known for specialising in modern European cuisine with Asian influence in the heart of Singapore’s Chinatown has recently reopened its doors after a short 2-week makeover hiatus. The menu has undergone a synergic transformation blending old favourites with newer ingredient-focused dishes with Chef Sufian Bin Zain at the helm. Chef Sufian boasts an extensive resume with several well established eateries under his belt - Les Amis, Iggy’s and Waku Ghin. ...