Like PS Cafe, the food at Mr and Mrs Maxwell is not fantastic but I’d return for the prices and the ambience for a relaxing weekend treat.
I’m surprised nobody has noted that Bird Bird at Ann Siang Road (whose confusing signboard reads Palace of Thai Chicken) is the Thai version of its neighbor, Ding Dong.
Adrift by David Myers, Marina Bay Sands: OMG! We Chanced Upon David! (Yeah, We Are on First Name Basis)
We were lucky to run into David Myers of Adrift by David Myers at MBS!
CLOSED: The Wagon, Tras Street: Fune Small Plates, French-Japanese Cuisine Focusing on Hokkaido Beef
Fine food and fun food may appear to be opposites—foie gras is fine, not fun; croquette is fun, not fine—but somehow The Wagon at Tras Street has managed to marry the two. I shall call it “fune food.”
Kite Restaurant at Craig Road is a hard review to write. If I am not driving, I usually write my review on my phone on the train and when I reach home, the review is done. But I took days, ruminating over my experience at Kite.
I know we are only in January but I don’t see how any restaurant could match up with Meta at Keong Saik Road.
Helmed by Chef Nixon Low, Portico Prime at Dempsey is the upscale sister of Portico (Alexandra Road), serving modern French food with Asian twists. And sometimes, magic happens.
The Diner by the Travelling COW is one of the 38 family-friendly casual restaurants where you can use The Entertainer App. And if you use it, you can get away with $5 per pax!
Vatos Urban Tacos has arrived to Singapore from Korea. Who knew that Korean cuisine would fit so well with Mexican food?
BEST RESTAURANTS IN SINGAPORE 2015