Bruno’s at Katong serves homely, delicious Italian food. It’s the sort of restaurant that is quietly striving for excellence without needing any stars.
To commemorate their 30th anniversary, Hai Tien Lo is having a Claypot promotion. The usual price for a claypot dish is $22-$28++, but now 2 dishes only cost $33.30++. There are 30 claypots to choose from, so here’s a guide to make a wise decision.
Joel Robuchon Restaurant, Resorts World Sentosa: A Perfect Meal at the Only 3 Michelin-Starred Restaurant in Singapore
Joel Robuchon is the only 3 Michelin-starred restaurant in Singapore, and it’s worthy of its accolades.
Tiger Street Food Support Fund is one of the most important events to reinvigorate the hawker scene. Tiger Beer will help 30 hawkers offset costs in any aspect of the hawker’s business, except for rental fees. This fund will be very useful for new and/or aspiring hawkers. Oh, for us customers, there are complimentary dining vouchers at kopitiams too.
Two Japanese friends have recommended Tomi Sushi, saying that it’s not the best sushi in Singapore but it’s affordable and good quality at the mid-range price.
La Pizzaiola, Jalan Riang: Slumming to Investigate How Rich People Eat Good Pizzas (Yes, They Eat With Their Mouths Too! Shocking!)
La Pizzaiola at Serangoon is a lovely restaurant that serves excellent pizzas and pastas.
Yhingthai Palace at Purvis Street, which was awarded the Bib Gourmand by the Michelin Guide, may be the best Thai restaurant in Singapore.