Though the thai food at Trunk at Bay at Punggol Settlement was extremely satisfying, I miss the bucolic charm of the jetty. Why must the government develop every inch of land in Singapore?
Fricassee is a French way of cooking that simply means the meat is sauteed and braised. Gordon Ramsay’s Chicken Fricassee is really easy to cook, and takes 15-20 minutes, including preparation time! The dish looks dowdy, but it is surprisingly tasty.
Chung Deming left his cushy finance job to start The Quarters at Icon Village, a cafe that serves modern Singaporean (mod-sin) food at affordable prices without gst or service charge. With no professional training but armed with loads of passion, he develops his ideas into recipes on his own. Almost everything, including dips, sauces, and ice creams, is made from scratch.
Situated within Singapore Power Club, the week-old Fen Cafe just pushed Singapore’s cafe scene forward because it is socially enlightened.
The prices at The Punggol Settlement are ridiculous and Horizon Bistronomy is not an exception to the rule.
After reading on many “Best Restaurants in Chennai” lists, we consolidate a few eateries that keep popping up, and tried a few of them.
The Bakehouse by Carpenter and Cook at Alexandra Central (beside Ikea) focuses on pizzas, salads, sandwiches, and pastas.
To celebrate Singapore’s 50th birthday, we did the food that we consider to be most Singaporean: Best Bak Chor Mee in Singapore. You can never find bcm anywhere else in the world.
Disclaimer: Unlike print media and other blogs, we do not take money from the stall owners to put them on the list. We also do not know any stall owners. We queue up, and pay on our own, without knowing the owners, and leave quietly. This is a completely unbiased and fair list.
At Equilibrium at Capitol Piazza, Chef Samdy Kan, whose work experience includes Senso and Ritz Carlton, presents a modern Italian menu with modernist desserts. Although some tweaking is required for the food recipes, it holds great promise. Hopefully, in time, Equilibrium will reach equilibrium.
Bridge Cafe at Seah St caters to people who want finer things at a lower cost, so all dishes are priced at $30 and below. To achieve reasonable pricing, Bridge has to source and import ingredients themselves, cutting out the middle(wo)men, getting truffles straight from Italy and lobsters from overseas.