Mid Range 185 results

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

  • 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. ...
  • Spruce @ Fire Station: Singapore Gastro Pub Review

    Last Updated: August 17, 2015

    Innovative Italian-American Supper

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    Established in 2009, Spruce is restaurant that revolves around the concept of serving wholesome and unpretentious modern Italian-American cuisine with warm hospitality and, most importantly, at very affordable prices.

    This evening, we were invited to sample Spruce's newly launched supper menu - created by its new Executive Chef, Chef Mauro Scotto. The supper menu features many exclusive dishes including pizzas and bar bites which are only available at the Fire Station outlet from Tuesdays to Sundays between 10pm to 11.45pm.

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  • Parathai: Singapore Thai Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: July 27, 2015

    Enjoy Authentic Thai Food In A Modern Art Gallery Setting

    Parathai-Logo If you so happen to be familiar with Paradise Group, you would know that its niche is in Chinese cuisine - the restaurant group's brands include Seafood Paradise, Paradise Dynasty and Taste Paradise, to name just a few. With the aim of diversification and hopes of cornering the Asian cuisine market, however, the Paradise Group has set out to offer authentic and quality Thai dishes through its newest addition to the corporation - ParaThai. ...
  • The Oyster Festival 2015 at Greenwood Fish Market

    Last Updated: November 9, 2016

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    For the third year running, Greenwood Fish Market has procured over 20 types of oysters from the world over for their Oyster Festival of 2015, which will run from the 27th June all the way to 25th July 2015.

    Admittedly, oysters are not for everyone. However, for those who are adventurous enough and are willing to give these bivalved molluscs a try, then read on and then make your way to Chef Alan Lee’s Greenwood Fish Market.

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  • AppleBee’s: Singapore American Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: June 26, 2015

    "American Western Food Located Right In Scenic CHIJMES"

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    With its philosophy of serving good food to good people, American family chain AppleBee's has become a widely popular neighbourhood grill and bar restaurant and has since expanded internationally. And of course, its international locations now also include CHIJMES in Singapore. AppleBee's is located right in scenic CHIJMES after a major overhaul of eateries here, beside the famous spiral staircase where countless of Instagram OOTDs have been taken. ...
  • FUKU Fine Fugu Kaiseki: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: June 16, 2015

    "A taste of puffer fish outside of Japan"

    On the top my “Countries to go to” list is Japan - land of sushi, cherry blossoms and countless shrines. But what else? Of course, one thing we cannot miss out is Fugu, or the puffer fish. It is believed that the Japanese were the first to consume this poisonous creature, with evidence found in the form of bones hidden in shell mounds which date back to more than 2,000 years ago. ...
  • Kinsa Sushi: Singapore Japanese Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: June 3, 2015

    "Premium imports from Japan"

    Kinsa Sushi Logo hillv2 If you are looking to indulge in some premium Japanese food that would not leave you scrimping on a budget at the end of the month, then Kinsa Sushi will be the ideal place to eat at. The restaurant has put a new spin on the 'Kaiten' (Conveyor Belt) concept in Singapore by featuring Singapore very first 'levitating' sushi belt. ...
  • Bedrock Bar & Grill: Lunch Set Review 2015

    Last Updated: May 27, 2015

    "A princely lunch"

    bedrock bar grill lunch set sg-4648 Sitting rather inconspicuously at the exit of 313, Bedrock has always been one of Seth's favorite restaurants for steak. Seemingly overshadowed by its 'louder' competition of Brotzeit, Ben & Jerry's and such, one visit to Bedrock and it will leave you wondering why you never went in all this while. ...
  • Seasonal Tastes (Westin): Seafood Night Buffet Every Friday!

    Last Updated: August 17, 2016
    "Mouth-watering Spread With Breath-taking Singapore Skyline View" Seasonal Tastes, the signature dining venue of The Westin Singapore, offers a magnificent view of Singapore's city skyline and ...
  • Haramiya: Singapore Japanese Buffet Review

    Last Updated: May 20, 2015

    "Japanese BBQ Hotpot Buffet"

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    Sitting at a quiet corner in The Central, Clark Quay, Haramiya still manages to draw in a crowd from its wafting aroma of grilled delicacies. Although touted as a Japanese buffet, Haramiya carried elements of Korean cuisine into the mix as well, including kimchi, toppoki (spicy rice cakes) and sweet potato fries (*raves internally). ...
  • MAKAN @ Hotel Jen: Singapore Seafood Buffet Review

    Last Updated: May 7, 2015

    "Seafood Buffet smack on Orchard Road"

    Makan hotel jen seafood buffet [email protected] is the main dining restaurant of the Hotel Jen Orchard Gateway. Hotel Jen Orchard Gateway is situated smack right in the middle of the Orchard Road "shopping and makan" belt. The restaurant is located on the 10th floor of the shopping complex (Orchard Gateway). ...
  • 9Goubuli: Singapore Chinese Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016

    "Goubuli dishes outshine their buns"

    9goubuli marina bay sands Residing amidst the high flyers of Marina Bay Sands, 9Goubouli still manages to maintain a humbled but distinguished air around it. Translated from 狗不理 (gou bu li) in chinese, the famous establishment dates all the way back to 1858 in Tianjin, China, where it became so popular that its inventor, Gouzi [狗子] which can also mean dog, became too busy to engage in small talk and people started calling him Goubuli 狗不理, or dog ignores. ...
  • Paradise Dynasty: Singapore Chinese Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: April 23, 2015

    "Legend of Xiao Long Bao"

    paradise dynasty  legend of xiao long bao In the heart of the great expanse of Vivocity itself lies the enclave of Paradise Dynasty: Legend of Xiao Long Bao. Its spacious interior begets the regal notion of superiority and class, amidst a modernly Chinese setting. ...
  • Lime House: Singapore Restaurant Review | The Entertainer 1-for-1

    Last Updated: April 19, 2015

    "Bringing the Carribean to Singapore"

    lime house singapore-2268 The very homely and welcoming vibe here at Lime House sets up a bustling atmosphere for a casual dinner with family or friends. Lime, a native carribean term meaning hanging out with friends (much like the Singaporean slang: lepak), hits home at Lime House, where the friendly vibe exuded by the staff and patrons alike allow guests to just chill over their great comfort food and some cocktails. ...
  • Dean’s Cafe Seafood: Singapore Zhi Char Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: April 5, 2015

    "Hidden Zhi char in the west"

    dean's cafe toh guan-8 Blocked by surrounding multi-storey carparks and the mrt track, this zhi char coffeeshop was definitely not easy to find in the mysterious area of Toh Guan Road. Do keep a lookout for the signs which point you in the right direction if you are taking public transport. An unexpected location, the place was pretty busy for a weekday night. ...
  • Ginzawa: Singapore Japanese Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: March 25, 2015

    "Must-try Authentic Japanese Cuisine"

    The folks over at Sushi Kuu recently underwent a massive rebranding to bring to you a new and improved menu, put together by their new chef too. Ginzawa offers amazing, authentic Japanese cuisine, meticulously prepared by head chef Donny Tan, with over 35 years of experience in Japanese cuisine. ginzawa japanese dining singapore ...
  • Beauty in The Pot 美滋锅: Singapore Steamboat Review

    Last Updated: March 13, 2015

    "Collagen Infused Wonder"

    beauty in the pot onekm Look no further than to Paradise Group's latest addition, Beauty in The Pot, for your next steamboat fix. Open till 3am, foodies in the east won't need to be vexed on finding late night food haunts anymore with the newly opened steamboat joint over at oneKM mall. ...
  • Wildfire Kitchen + Bar: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: March 12, 2015

    "Burgers and Steaks are all you need"

    wildfire kitchen bar sg (1 of 11) Clustered along the likes of Assembly Coffee and Mr. Prata, Wildfire Kitchen + Bar certainly brings its A-game as it introduces a flurry of burgers leaving one salivating for more. ...
  • Sacha & Sons: Singapore Deli Review

    Last Updated: February 28, 2015

    "New York's Iconic Deli in Singapore"

    sacha and sons new york deli singapore It was the love for amazing New York deli food that led a husband and wife team to set up Sacha & Sons. And it seems that their customers share the same passion because in the months that follow, Sacha’s take on New York deli food has garnered a following of its own. The afternoon I was there, they had a steady stream of lunch time crowd, testament to its success. ...
  • Red House Seafood: Singapore Restaurant Review 2015

    Last Updated: February 16, 2015

     "Tried and Tested Recipes, 30 Years on"

    Red House Seafood - 1 Inside a charming little shophouse on the corner of Prinsep Street is Red House Seafood. Serving up Singaporean favourites since its establishment in 1976, the restaurants' 3rd branch is where modernity meets old-world charm. ...
  • 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. ...
  • Tess Bar & Kitchen: Singapore Gastropub Review

    Last Updated: January 31, 2015

    "The Pumping Lounge"

    tess bar & kitchen seah st Nestled along Seah Street is the dainty Tess Bar and Kitchen, a European modern bar run by engaging managers that seem to bask in the pumping electro that the restaurant plays, bringing out the wild child in all. ...
  • Senso Ristorante & Bar: Singapore Italian Restaurant Review | The Entertainer 1-for-1

    Last Updated: March 4, 2015

    "Delectable Winter Menu"

    senso ristorante & bar-8 Established since 2000, the stylish Italian restaurant Senso has ruled at Club Street with its impeccable service in the provision of a fine dining experience featuring authentic Italian cuisine. Senso's menu typically undergoes a seasonal rotation so that the freshest ingredients from Italy and around the world can be procured at the cheapest. ...