Unlike the usual Japanese yakiniku restaurants which use beef, The Hitsuji Club at Boat Quay uses Australian, grain-fed lambs that are 6 to 8 months old. And it’s super delicious.
Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and these are 3 recommended cafes.
Jimoto Ya, China Square Central: Hokkaido Ebi-Tonkatsu Ramen Created by Michelin-Starred Chef Nobumasa Mieda
Jimoto Ya at China Square Central boasts of a ramen creation by a Michelin-starred chef using prawn and pork broth.
Whole Earth, Tanjong Pagar: VERY SMELLY, Expensive But Excellent Food at the Only Vegetarian Restaurant to Be Awarded by the Michelin Guide
Awarded Michelin Bib Gourmand, Whole Earth serves Peranakan-Thai vegetarian cuisine.
New openings in Mar 2017 Singapore: 43 new restaurants, 17 cafes, 4 bars, and 12 hawkers.
Don Ho, Keong Saik Rd: Back Alley Restaurant Serves Modern Australian Small Plates Amidst Hawaiian Verdure
At the back alley of Keong Saik Road, Don Ho is a bar and restaurant that serves good cocktails and small plates of Modern Australian cuisine.
Your Woul rebranded to serve a younger, hipper crowd, but the food remains traditional and delicious.