According to co-owner and Chef Jason Jones, Chico Loco at Amoy Street is about ‘quality produce, avoiding unnecessary chemicals, and making sure food is as nutritious as it is delicious.’ Now, this is a programme I can get behind.
Gyu Kaku’s weekday buffet gives rather good value.
Minka at Oxley Tower reminds us of a paler shade of Teppei.
Decker Barbecue, Robertson Quay: Excellent No-frills Texan BBQ by Bali’s Smokehouse BBQ and Singapore’s Club Street Social
Decker Barbecue at Robertson Quay will scratch your itch for BBQ food.
Morton’s The Steakhouse, Mandarin Oriental: Old-time Favourite Steakhouse Now Comes with Limited Edition Menu
This restaurant needs no introduction, Morton’s The Steakhouse at Mandarin Oriental just turned 21 in Singapore. The open secret to longevity in the F&B industry is keeping a high standard of consistency in food quality and culinary skills. To up the ante in this coming-of-age year, Morton’s the Steakhouse is offering a limited edition menu with interesting dishes to entice your taste buds.
Similar to Tok Tok, Sama Sama by Tok Tok at Jewel Changi Airport serves authentic Indonesian food that will pull the nostalgic heart strings of many Indonesians living in Singapore. The stark difference is the price range of the food items. Tok Tok is a casual dining concept that offers more one-dish meals below $10, while Sama Sama focuses more on sharing dishes and with the likes of meats and seafood, prices can reach as high as $30+.
From the family of JUMBO Group of Restaurants, Zui Yu Xuan Teochew Cuisine is a brand new dining concept at Far East Square, serving options for anyone who still wants to enjoy traditional Teochew dishes amidst the fast-evolving world of culinary fusions and variations.