An exotic dish at Lollapalooza Singapore: you are looking directly at the bony socket, into the shrunken eyeball of braised tuna eye. That’s right, I’m looking into your eyes as I eat you.
The food was not bad but what a pity we came at an inopportune moment when few items were available. I wonder if it is better to close the restaurant for a few days, figure out the menu, taste the dishes, and re-open when ready, than to keep it open, disappointing guests during this interim.
Chir Chir, one of the largest chimaek franchises in South Korea with more than 100 outlets, is now in Singapore.
Long Chim MBS serves very good Thai street food at affordable prices with very good service in a swanky setting.
With 45 years of experience between them, two award-winning Hong Kong chefs Chow Shing Yip and Liu Wai Hung present dim sum for lunch (11am-3pm) from 9 – 22 Mar at Wan Hao at Marriott.
The question on my mind that night: Can a chef trained in French culinary techniques cook Spanish tapas?
Because bureaucracy is a pain in the…
Interesting beers, but lackluster food.
Chef Edward Hoe, previously from Restaurant Ember, with 19 years of experience, ventures out on his own, serving affordable set menus of modern European cuisine, starting from 3-course set lunch at $29.50++, 4-course set dinner at $42++, and degustation at $98++.
En Japanese Dining presents a kaleidoscope of stewed, steamed, grilled, bbq-ed, and sashimi Japanese dishes. We went mostly for the Okinawa dishes, which the Entertainer’s App gives 1-for-1 offer (buy 1 item, get the other item free).
The road to Revolution Coffee is like a maze in a wuxia novel where the buildings shift and you find yourself lost — and lost again; even Google maps can’t find it. Either look out for the biggest gray building named Infinite Studios, or bring bread crumbs, Hansel and Gretel.