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Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King: Singapore Food Review

"Best Tonkotsu Ramen Soup Base in Singapore" Ramen Keisuke has 3 small eateries at Orchird hotel, with Keisuke Tonkotsu King being one of them, along...

Osia Restaurant (Resorts World Sentosa): Singapore Food Review

"Australian Contemporary Dining" Osia Restaurant at Resorts World Sentosa is helmed by Chef de cuisine Douglas Tay, who has started to change the menu according to seasonal...

Yan Ting Restaurant 宴庭 (St Regis) CNY Menu 2014: Food Review

"Premium Imperial Cuisine" Yan Ting 宴庭 is inspired by the Ming Dynasty's lavish royal courthouse banquets, serving fine Cantonese cuisine. Just like the French restaurant Brasserie Les Saveurs located...

Octapas Spanish Tapas Bar: Singapore Food Review

"Spanish Tapas in Clark Quay" I've to say, I really love the creative word play of Octapas Spanish Tapas Bar and also the logo of...

Samy’s Curry: Singapore Food Review

"The oldest and best Indian Curry Fish Head in Dempsey" If you didn't know by now, I'm a huge fan of Curry Fish Head. This...

Ku De Ta Singapore: Restaurant Review

"Social Dining, not Fine Dining at Ku De Ta Singapore" Located in the scenic SkyPark at the now iconic Marina Bay Sands hotel, Ku De...

Salt Tapas and Bar (Raffles City): Singapore Food Review

"Bold, Australian tapas dishes" A modern, quaint brickwork exterior that looks like a cafe out of Melbourne, Salt Tapas and Bar is helmed by chef Luke Mangan,...

Don Quijote Spanish Restaurant: Singapore Food Review (Part 3)

And in the final instalment of our 3 part Don Quijote Spanish restaurant feature, is the Meat Lover's Menu. Despite the salivating name, there's...

Brasserie Les Saveurs High Tea (St Regis): Singapore Food Review

 "Afternoon Tea Fit for Royalty" Situated within St. Regis hotel, Brasserie Les Saveurs is a grand and classy French restaurant guaranteed to make you feel...

Don Quijote Spanish Restaurant: Singapore Food Review (Part 2)

Welcome back to part 2 of our Don Quijote Spanish dinner review. As mentioned in the first part 1 article of this Don Quijote Review, another...

Don Quijote Spanish Restaurant: Singapore Food Review (Part 1)

"Immense range of Spanish tapas to choose from" On my latest Spanish food warpath, I was fortunate enough to get a massive dinner party invite...

PODI (Raffles City): Singapore Food Review

"From the creators of Cedele" Firstly, a big thanks to The Bakery Depot, the same people who brought us Cedele, and for inviting me to this closed door,...

The Prime Society: Singapore Food Review

"Head Chef Dallas Cuddy breathes soul into steaks" The Prime Society Steakhouse has been around in lush Dempsey Road for quite a bit, being an...

Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen (Liang Court): Singapore Food Review

"Smoking hot ramen" I first saw Tonkotsu Kazan ramen featured on Danielfooddiary, and was quite intrigued by the smoking presentation of the ramen. The unique volcano...

Swee Choon Dim Sum: Singapore Food Review

"One of the most celebrated, well-known Dim sum in Singapore" Swee Choon is one of Singapore's oldest established dim sum restaurants, having more than 40...

LE Restaurant and Bar: Singapore Food Review

"New contemporary Asian exploration" LE Restaurant and Asian Tapas Bar is Paradise Group's latest foray into modern Chinese dining, after immense success in their casual...

Seafood International Restaurant: Singapore Food Review

"Fresh With Variety Seafood" Guest Writer: Rei | Guest Photography: Isaac (Canon 5D Mark III, 100mm f/2.8 Macro) The destination in mind was The Seafood International - a...

Gu Ma Jia: Singapore Food Review (姑妈家)

"Fresh Assam fish head curry at Gu Ma Jia" I'm an absolute addict for Assam fish head curry, this ambiguous ethnic curry that comes with...

Morton’s Steakhouse Singapore: Amongst The Best Steaks & Service

 Crème de la Crème of Beef steaks in Singapore. The classic name in steaks, Morton's Steakhouse Singapore has over 10 years of establishment locally. It's international...
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