Posts Tagged ‘clarke quay’
PARKROYAL on Pickering, a PARKROYAL Collection Hotel, will surprise you with how green it is - both in terms of planted greenery (Read more...)
On my first visit to the Ellenborough Market Café, I ate so much durian pengat and other assorted desserts that my parents barred me indefinitely from returning.
That was fifteen years ago.
Of course, I was thrilled when I received an invitation to its dinner buffet recently: First, I was excited t (Read more...)
Teppanyaki has seldom been one of my to-go cuisine styles when the Japanese gastronomic crave kicks in. Instead, when the mood calls, I would opt for a good ol’ kaiseki, sushi, ramen, or to even the more elaborate omakase. Perhaps this is due to my experiences when much younger, where teppanyaki wa (Read more...)
UE Square’s District 10 is receiving an Italian makeover as Executive Chef and co-owner Luca Pezzera refreshes the menu with an additional 15 new dishes, while keeping to the restaurant’s range of affordable prices. The dishes are generally decent, with some emerging stars that will tan (Read more...)
It was my first time experiencing a deeper introduction to Kyoto produce and cuisine, and I must admit that I loved it every step of the way. From now till the 11th of February 2015, Tampopo restaurant will be hosting a Kyoto Food Fair at their Liang Court and Takashimaya outlets. Special for this (Read more...)
Takumen Ramen Gallery at Raffles Place is one store that will compel me to make a return visit over and over again for their authentic Japanese ramen. During my visit a couple of days back, I had the honour to go through all six ramen variants available at the restaurant. I was impressed with each (Read more...)
Love Hokkaido? Kuishin Bo’s Japanese buffet selection will from now till 5th January 2015 feature a range of Hokkaido dishes and ingredients on top of its extensive Japanese culinary lineup. Indulge in some of Japan’s northern region delicacies such as the seasonal Golden King crab leg; (Read more...)
Singapore Food Blog and Review
Vietnamese cuisine is an uncommon sight in Singapore. While there is a saturated market that is brimming with Japanese, Chinese, Italian and all shades of American, visiting a Vietnamese place for lunch is definitely one of the more refreshing experiences for me. Ther (Read more...)