The average cafe opened in a right place at a right time, catering to yuppie young couples living in Punggol.
Singapore is having its first ever conference for food bloggers and instagrammers! It’s free to join.
Bari-Uma Ramen ought to be more popular, or perhaps for my own selfish purpose, it shouldn’t be popular so that I don’t need queue.
FYR Cycene ond Drinc is the old English of “Fire Kitchen and Drink” and is pronounced as such. The restaurant, which serves modern European cuisine with Asian influences, is thus named because most dishes are fired using lychee wood in josper charcoal grill, the Ferrari of grills.
Besides a good view, and comfortable space, the selling point of 5 Little Monkeys is its price point. At this price and with the extensive menu, lunch, including a drink, can cost around $10, which means people working nearby can come here 2 or 3 times a week without feeling broke or sian with the food.
For the past 5 birthdays, I ask my friends for angpows, and all proceeds go to charity. This year, in addition to my friends’ donations, I’ll donate Food Panda’s advertorial fees.
Because Asian food is awesome.
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.
Sometimes I feel like I’m chasing the next new, newer, newest restaurant that I neglect the established ones that are quietly doing excellent work. Luckily, The Entertainer App has 1-for-1 mains at some of these great restaurants. And Skyve is definitely among the greats.
Chiobu said, “Crystal Jade is better than 9Goubuli.”
Meat Smith is not mind-blowing as its sister outlet, Burnt Ends, but it encompasses a philosophy I espouse: good food with sparks of surprises and creativity at an affordable price.