Mid Range 185 results

Mid range food reviews for casual dinner dates and friendly meet ups. Price ranges between $30-$99 per person.

  • Janice Wong Singapore: An Artistic Feast For Both The Palates And Eyes

    Last Updated: September 19, 2016
    August 2016 marked the opening of Chef Janice Wong’s flagship restaurant at the National Museum of Singapore. This 40-seater is located within the museum and prides itself as "the only sweets ...
  • the.twenty.cavan: Blueberry Lamb Chops That Won’t Leave You Feeling Blue

    Last Updated: January 8, 2017
    Lavender is home to yet another up and coming eatery aptly named the.twenty.cavan (T20Cavan Restaurant & Bar), because it is nestled along 20 Cavan Road. This fusion bistro houses one of my ...
  • Le Binchotan: Smoked Chocolate That Will Make You Lose Your Marbles

    Last Updated: September 3, 2016
    Le Binchotan finally joins the hidden alleyway lined up with buzzing restaurants after months of renovation. As the name suggests, a lot of the food on the menu are smoked over white charcoal ...
  • Shang Palace: Interesting New Dim Sum Additions With A Twist

    Last Updated: August 4, 2016
    Starting from 13th June 2016, Head Dim Sum chef Li Shou Tao of Shang Palace from Shangri La Hotel, will be introducing 14 new intricate dim sum items to their extensive lunch menu. Chef Li draws ...
  • Treasures Yi Dian Xin by Imperial Treasure: Charcoal Liu Sha Bao and Red Bean Porcupine ManTou

    Last Updated: June 14, 2016
    Imperial Treasure has opened yet another dim sum joint, now in Paragon. Treasures by Imperial Treasure 一点心 Yi Dian Xin aims to be the paragon of fast casual dim sum dining without ...
  • Gourmet Bus Singapore: Soak in the City’s Scenic Views while Dining on Wheels

    Last Updated: May 9, 2016
    The Gourmet Bus is a novel dining concept (a first-of-its-kind in Asia) that offers us common folk the opportunity to feel slightly touristy and more classy in an edgy sort of way, on board a bus ...
  • SEAR: The Steaks Are High at One of Singapore’s Best Steakhouses

    Last Updated: May 5, 2016
    From the gilded cutlery to the charming view, the chic American steakhouse SEAR perched atop Singapore Land Tower welcomes people (office workers, businessmen and ordinary common folk like ...
  • Long Chim Singapore: Chef David Thompson’s Classy Rendition of Thai Street Food

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016
    Long Chim's new menu by Celebrity Chef David Thompson. Chef David Thompson, a renowned Australian celebrity gastronaut whose expertise is in Thai cuisine, is the brains behind Long Chim, which ...
  • Adrift by David Myers: Izakaya Style Dining with Sophisticated Cocktails

    Last Updated: May 2, 2016
    David Myers, a celebrity chef hailing from Boston, has recently ventured to Singapore, starting up Adrift by David Myers located inside Marina Bay Sands Hotel. Other than Adrift by David Myers, ...
  • Paradise Teochew Restaurant: Delicious Dim Sums and Classy Teochew Dishes

    Last Updated: April 14, 2016
    Savour the Rich, Fresh Taste of Authentic Teochew Cuisine. In October 2015, Paradise Group revealed their new brainchild - Paradise Teochew Restaurant at Chinese Swimming Club - to offer the ...
  • Si Wei Yan 思味筵 Singapore: Stylish Sichuan Cuisine in Town

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016
    Fresh and stylish Sichuan food served in town. Brought to you by the same folks as the well-reviewed Si Wei Mao Cai that was opened in 2011, Si Wei Yan opens its doors as another branch, ...
  • Yugo Izakaya: Singapore Japanese Food Review

    Last Updated: March 3, 2016
    Revitalise your senses at this new gastropub in town. Located along Prinsep Street, Yugo Izakaya opens its doors with a line-up of grill and bar food, as well as delightful sakes. Offering a ...
  • FYR Cycene Ond Drinc: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: January 28, 2016
    Relaxed European-Asian cuisine with stiff drinks and live music. FYR Cycene Ond Drinc, or 'FYR' for short, has only been open over on Boon Tat Street for six months, but already they have come ...
  • Buyan Russian Restaurant: Largest Vodka Selection and Caviar Bar

    Last Updated: April 6, 2016
    A touch of mother Russia on Duxton Hill. Oh Russians, how we live with the stereotypical image of them drinking more vodka than water in a boisterous fashion and them as individuals who are ...
  • The East Bureau: Singapore Fusion Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: December 18, 2015
    Enticing East-meets-East cuisine in a coveted casual setting. We over here at SethLui.com eat quite a lot to bring you your restaurant news and reviews, and I have to say, that my dining experience ...
  • Lime House: Singapore Caribbean Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016

    To the Caribbean Islands and back.


    Lime House, a Caribbean restaurant that promises quality food paired with excellent drinks. Did I mention how comprehensive a list of rum they have as well? Though I certainly did not meet Captain Jack Sparrow on the way but by the end of dinner, I was pretty sure I sailed to the Caribbean Islands and back. ...
  • Tenkaichi: Singapore Japanese Buffet Review

    Last Updated: September 13, 2016

    Hands up if you love wagyu.

    Tenkaichi marina square jap wagyu buffet It's back! For all of you diehard Japanese bbq fans out there, you'll be pleased to hear Tenkaichi has left it's former dingy surroundings within the City Gate Building and has reappeared in Marina Square mall. It's shiny, it's new and it's still serving up it's famous wagyu grilled beef at prices it claims can't be beaten (they even have a price guarantee to prove it). ...
  • Ahoy! It’s seafood night at Brizo (Park Hotel Clark Quay)

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016


    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. ...
  • Kaffir & Lime (Paragon): Singapore Thai Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: October 8, 2015

    Thai Food, redefined.

    Kaffir & Lime - Exterior Where Thai Express used to be at Orchard Paragon, comes their upscale sister brand. Kaffir & Lime underwent a major makeover and is now ready to make its grand unveiling. Offering a open-spaced casual dining experience with fresh ingredients, you are set for an indulging time while keeping your wallet slim. ...
  • Teru Sushi: Singapore Japanese Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016

    1 Dollar Fresh Oysters and a Sashimi Boat.

    teru sushi singapore-1 If I had to pick just one cuisine to have for the rest of the life, to hold and to cherish... okay you get the idea. It would most definitely be, Japanese. Just barely containing my excitement, I found myself at the store front of Teru Sushi, greeted by traditional Japanese akachōchin (red lantern), noren (fabric divider) and of course, the signage that reassures me that sometimes, wishes do come true; 1 dollar Hiroshima oysters. ...
  • The Tuckshop Singapore: Made By Locals

    Last Updated: October 25, 2016

    The Tuckshop-Exterior

    Leading the charge on the rejuvenation of Geylang, The Tuckshop is the brainchild of five friends with a  vision. The story goes that the five founders met at a party and following on from that chance meeting, the idea of creating a social space to eat and drink within their local neighbourhood was born. Today, The Tuckshop is a thriving part of the community and sits snugly on the corner of Guillemard Road overlooking the Kallang River. ...
  • Roosevelt’s Diner and Bar : Weekend Brunch Review

    Last Updated: January 23, 2016

    Who doesn't Love an All-Day Brunch?

    Roosevelt's Diner & Bar Weekend Brunch | Sethlui.com

    It's no surprise that brunch is the favourite meal of most Singaporeans (at least for now). Tucked in a corner next to Outram MRT station (Exit H) is Roosevelt's Diner and Bar, an all American diner bar that serves food from the heart.

    Recently, they have launched an all new All day weekend and public holiday brunch menu! And for the price and the serving size, this would be on my list of convenient and favourite brunch places.

    This review was written by multiple writers by the way.


  • Oscar’s (Conrad Centennial): Singapore Buffet Review

    Last Updated: October 7, 2015

    Classic hotel buffet food, but well curated.

    Oscar's-Exterior Oscar's restaurant is located inside the Conrad Centennial Singapore hotel and serves up an array of breakfast, lunch and dinner items, as well as a free-flow Sunday brunch. Oscar's is one of the smaller, lesser-known hotel buffets around Singapore, but is conveniently located in close proximity to Suntec, Mariana Bay and the central business district. The offerings are a nice mix of Asian and international cuisine. ...
  • Equilibrium: Singapore Modern Italian Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: September 17, 2015

    Venetian Tapas Never Seen in Singapore.

    Equilibrium italian restauant singapore This duplex café while tastefully decorated, looks nothing like an Italian restaurant and this is exactly how your dining experience will begin. Brought to you by the team behind Supply and Demand, Chef Samdy Kan intends to tantalize your taste buds visually and evoke all senses involved for truly modern Italian dining experience. As the name suggest, Equilibrium aims to strike a balance with traditional Venetian cuisine using modern techniques. ...