Super Loco at Robertson Quay serves good tacos and great vibes.
Vatos Urban Tacos has arrived to Singapore from Korea. Who knew that Korean cuisine would fit so well with Mexican food?
Tiger’s Milk at The Club Hotel is a Rooftop Bar Atop Ann Siang Hill, serving Peruvian Small Plates.
By the same people of Cufflink Club, the limited menu at Vasco Hong Kong Street, with no desserts, was consulted by ex Esquina’s executive chef Andrew Walsh.
If it isn’t for the Entertainer App, that gives you 1-for-1 mains, I wouldn’t have known of the first and only Caribbean restaurant in Singapore, Lime House.
Food was good, and the mood was festive, suitable for dates, and afterwork drinks. El Mero Mero is among the better Mexican food I have had in Singapore.
Too early to make a call, but L’Aiglon may be the Bar of the Year. From cocktails to food, everything is perfect.
After massage, we stumbled upon this cool joint selling burritos, or cai fan in a popiah. Industrial setting, cement wall, bar stools and a powerpoint irradiating naked lightbulbs.
Carnivore started at CHIJMES in 2004 and this outlet at MBS is its third. The ambience was a little strange because we were dining along the corridor where passersby were walking up […]
If Singapore has been following the trend of New York (food truck, cupcakes, frozen yogurt, and tapas), then the next big thing is likely to be Latino food. Not counting the established […]