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High end food reviews. Typically more than $100 per person for that special occasion or important business meeting that’s on the company’s tab.

  • Sushi Kimura: Detail-Oriented Omakase Experience At Orchard Road With Ingredients Flown In From Japan

    Last Updated: March 26, 2017
    Omakase meals are always expensive but then I heard about the lunch sets from Sushi Kimura, which start at $120 and go up to an eyewatering $250. Turns out, it's not what's in the food that's ...
  • 28Wilkie: Singapore’s First Caviar Bar At Wilkie Road Serves The Delicacy In Its Finest Quality

    Last Updated: March 17, 2017
    When we talk about caviar, what pops into your mind? If you have the impression that caviar is a delicacy that comes with an exorbitant price tag and an acquired taste to get accustomed to, ...
  • World Gourmet Summit 2017: 5 Events That Every Foodie In Singapore Needs To Experience

    Last Updated: March 24, 2017
    Back for its 21st year, World Gourmet Summit (WGS) 2017 is running from 20 March to 16 April 2017 with chefs from over 16 countries showcasing their creativity, as well as events open to the ...
  • Botanico: A Contemporary Bistro Set Within The Lush Beauty Of Botanic Gardens Singapore

    Last Updated: March 17, 2017
    I recently heard of The Garage opening at Botanic Gardens Singapore, and I was intrigued by the two dining concept idea it has to offer — the first level is occupied by Bee's Knees, a ...
  • Man Fu Yuan (满福苑): Celebrate This Chinese New Year With An Innovative Spin On Traditional Chinese Dishes

    Last Updated: March 22, 2017
    Celebrate this Chinese New Year at Man Fu Yuan (满福苑), a contemporary Chinese restaurant that has been around for decades. Situated at the heart of the InterContinental Singapore, this ...
  • Wheeler’s Estate: Beautiful Setting At Seletar That Comes At A Price

    Last Updated: January 11, 2017
    The latest hip and happening spot in Singapore is finally open for business. Completed in December 2016, The [email protected] Aerospace Park occupies 11 hectares of land and has since housed four ...
  • Stellar At 1-Altitude: A Showcase of Seasonal Produce & Progressive Techniques In New Constellations Menu

    Last Updated: March 24, 2017
    Located on the 62nd floor of the 1-Altitude building, Stellar at 1-Altitude has been breaking boundaries in modern cuisine with dishes that show true respect to every seasonal ingredient. You ...
  • 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 ...
  • VLV Clarke Quay: Verve, Luxury & Very Well Made Cantonese Cuisine

    Last Updated: December 26, 2016
    VLV is the latest gem at Clarke Quay - it is set to restore the gleam and glamour to Clarke Quay with its classy set up, backed up by a strong predilection for modern Cantonese cuisine. VLV is ...
  • 10 Uni Dishes In Singapore You Should Uni Have Eyes On

    Last Updated: December 26, 2016
    Uni (sea urchin in Japanese) is the edible part of the dangerously poisonous sea urchin at the animal's gonads which produces the milt. It can be rich gold in colour, or light yellow as well, ...
  • UsQuBa Singapore: Sip On The Finest Scotch and Dine Like A True Highlander

    Last Updated: July 4, 2016
    UsQuBa -- I'll admit I had a little difficulty grasping the restaurant name when I first saw it, almost mistaking it for an odd spelling of the lovely meaty dish Ossobucco. As I was later ...
  • Jiang-Nan Chun Singapore: Exquisite Peking Duck With a Happy Twist

    Last Updated: April 29, 2016
    Four Seasons Hotel’s Jiang-Nan Chun bounds back into the fine-dining scene after a months-long hiatus with a new look and concept. Their fresh concept of Xiang Le Zhu Yi (享乐主义), ...
  • Ristorante Takada: Japanese Italian Fine Cuisine Hidden In a Condominium at Alexandra Road

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016
    Ristorante Takada - an Italian fine dining restaurant that incorporates premium and seasonal Japanese Ingredients into its dishes. With an all-Japanese kitchen staff, the restaurant boasts of ...
  • An Israeli Evening @ The Disgruntled Chef for World Gourmet Summit 2016

    Last Updated: April 18, 2016
    The World Gourmet Summit is an annual culinary festival, organised by A La Carte Productions (a division of Peter Knipp Holdings Pte Ltd) and supported by the Singapore Tourism Board. The ...
  • Summer Palace CNY 2016: An Imperial Feast With Your Family This Reunion Dinner

    Last Updated: February 24, 2016
    Reunion with a twist. As the Lunar Chinese New Year 2016 draws closer, we are busying ourselves with spring cleaning, adhering to all the good old Chinese traditions and feeling excited about ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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... ...
  • Feng Shui Inn: Singapore Chinese Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: February 8, 2017
    Exquisite Cantonese Dining Feng Shui Inn might be a little hard to locate, hidden within the basement of Resorts World Sentosa at Hard Rock Hotel's side, but provides that intimate and private ...
  • Yen Yakiniku: Modern Japanese Grill Restaurant

    Last Updated: October 8, 2015

    Not your ordinary grill.

    YenYakiniku-Exterior Yen Yakiniku is a Japanese grill restaurant located at Ann Siang Road where many pubs and bars thrive at night. Boasting a classy exterior, one might think this is yet another fanciful fine dining restaurant. Hold your thoughts, decide after having a meal inside. ...
  • Ki-sho (Kakure): Singapore Japanese Omakase Sake Pairing

    Last Updated: October 5, 2015

    Fine-dining omakase washed down with amazing sake.

    ki-sho kakure sake bar-1 For those of you who have already indulged in a spot of fine dining Japanese style at Ki-Sho, you'll be pleased to hear that the team have expanded their offering to include a sake and omakase bar - Kakure - nestled within the very same building on Scotts Road. Irrespective of which you choose to visit, the chefs remain the same so a gastronomic feast is pretty certain. ...
  • Morton’s Launches Their Million Dollar Burger (Well, it’s $45 really)

    Last Updated: October 1, 2015
    Morton's-8 Morton's of Chicago in Singapore is basically celebrating its 17th anniversary in Singapore by bringing back their iconic Million Dollar Burger. Not known by most people, Morton's although famous for their steaks, was actually founded based on a burger. One of the restaurants original foudners, Klaus Fritsch was a chef at Playboy club in Montreal. His future business partner Annie Morton, was served Klaus' signature hamburger and it was so amazingly good that it was dubbed the 'Million Dollar hamburger'. The pair then went on to create Morton's the steakhouse. ...
  • DiningCity’s 11th Singapore Restaurant Week 2015: A Sneak Preview

    Last Updated: September 26, 2015
    RestaurantWeek4907 We are into DiningCity's 11th edition of the Singapore Restaurant Week. With each year showing better responses than the previous, it's proven to be a resounding success. Restaurant week is a highly popular event targeting the fine dining and middle-market restaurant scenes.

     3-course lunch and dinner at top fine-dining Singapore restaurants will be available for just S$25++ and S$35++ respectively.

    Happening from the 24th of October to 1st of November 2015, from experience, some of the top few restaurants actually get snapped up on the booking opening day itself!

    Link to the official website for more information and booking is provided at the end of the article.


  • Pince & Pints Lobster Restaurant and Bar: Singapore Review

    Last Updated: March 8, 2016

    You say no to beer and lobster. . . you say no to life. 

    Pince & Pints-Interior Located on the ever-so-trendy Duxton Road, Pince & Pints offers up a small menu of high quality, classic Maine lobster dishes. Its quality control and impressive drink menu has both locals and expats alike flocking to this happening pincery. ...
  • Zafferano: Singapore Italian Brunch Review

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016

    Zafferano’s Great Saturday Italian Brunch!

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    I have always had an inexplicable fondness for anything Italian - the Ferrari’s, Monica Bellucci, Michelangelo’s art to their world famous Italian cuisine *said with that Italian hand gesture*.

    I have imagined gathering up my tifosi on a nice Saturday afternoon, lounging in a posh Italian restaurant with the best available view, acting out my Italian fantasy of being an Italian playboy while eating my heart out on authentic Italian cuisine.