Kinou: Tartare, Cocktail Bar, Ceviche, and A Secret Getaway

Benjamin Tilatti, the chef-restaurateur of Kinou, contributed to the vibrant life along Tras Street with the opening of this multi-concept space, comprising restaurant-bar on the ground floor, a meeting space and a members' lounge on the upper floor. From the get-up to the naming convention on the menu, it bears no trouble for one to … Continue reading Kinou: Tartare, Cocktail Bar, Ceviche, and A Secret Getaway

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A Cut of Freedom by Westholme & Culina (1 – 30 November 2018)

The Westholme herd finds its roots in the vast rangelands of Australia's Great Dividing Range, where they are born wild and graze on acreage of unspoilt Mitchell grass. Families resolve in crafting the finest beef steward the land, before it is exclusively distributed in Singapore by Culina. It is said that the Westholme herd contains … Continue reading A Cut of Freedom by Westholme & Culina (1 – 30 November 2018)

NOX – Dine in the Dark: Refreshed 3-Course European Menu & Locally-Inspired Cocktails, Hosted by the Visually Impaired.

Just like that, it has been five years. Five years since NOX - Dine in the Dark welcomed its first guest to the highly immersive, multi-sensory dining experience. It has also been five years since my last visit to NOX. Second time - I still felt a little nervous, but a stronger state of excitement. … Continue reading NOX – Dine in the Dark: Refreshed 3-Course European Menu & Locally-Inspired Cocktails, Hosted by the Visually Impaired.

BLOSSOM @ MBS: Polished, Competitively-Priced Cantonese Restaurant.

Simple yet refined. That sums up my experience at the newly-opened Cantonese restaurant, BLOSSOM, which operates, in my observation, in an ethos defined by freshness and balance. This is reflected by their resolve to keep ingredients renewed on a daily basis, and their discipline not to overdo exquisite ingredients. After feeling jaded about dim sum … Continue reading BLOSSOM @ MBS: Polished, Competitively-Priced Cantonese Restaurant.

Melt Café @ Mandarin Oriental: Korean Fever Buffet, Featuring Korean Fried Chicken, Army Stew, & Live Korean BBQ

In addition to the routine buffet line, Melt Café @ Mandarin Oriental Singapore will be offering a myriad of Korean dishes from 21 - 30 September 2018. Before we dive into what the world of kimchi has to offer, some mainstays of the daily buffet line worth mentioning include a selection of Sashimi, fresh seafood like … Continue reading Melt Café @ Mandarin Oriental: Korean Fever Buffet, Featuring Korean Fried Chicken, Army Stew, & Live Korean BBQ

Vatos Urban Tacos: Mexican-Korean Fare, With Nutella Nachos As Dessert

Housed in the colonial white armoury building known as the South Beach Quarters, Vatos Urban Tacos is established by three like-minded Korean-Americans who grew up close to authentic Mexican food and homemade Korean cuisine. It became a matter of course, when the issue of cuisine arose, that Korean-Mexican fare would be the main source of … Continue reading Vatos Urban Tacos: Mexican-Korean Fare, With Nutella Nachos As Dessert

Sushi Chiharu by Tamaya Dining: 18-Course Omakase, Including Edomae-Style Sushi

While Sushi Chiharu @ Cuppage Road may be new to you, it is no stranger to the locals in Osaka, given its Bib Gourmand listing from 2016 to 2018. Situated within Tamaya Dining, the 12-seater Sushi Chiharu specialises in Edomae-sushi, served as part of their 10-piece Nigiri Sushi Course ($90++) and 18-course Omakase Menu ($140++). … Continue reading Sushi Chiharu by Tamaya Dining: 18-Course Omakase, Including Edomae-Style Sushi