Six Senses Brasserie at Maxwell offers a weekend almost-buffet brunch.
BBR by Alain Ducasse, Raffles Hotel Singapore: (Probably) The Most Celebrated Living French Chef in the World
BBR by Alain Ducasse at Raffles Hotel Singapore is a casual Mediterranean restaurant, encouraging you to be in your sports attire.
If New York Times is using the term “plant-forward” unironically, so will I! Just kidding. It’s such a pretentious term. Why don’t people just use “vegetarian”?
The new chef at Pixy Restaurant & Bar along Mohamed Sultan has given us a brilliant autumn menu.
The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore aims to recreate that “wholesome family diner experience” with a side of burgers, hotdogs, ice cream and milkshakes in Capitol Milk Bar, an all-American-themed retro diner.
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.
a 10-minute walk from Boon Keng MRT will bring you to Homeground Grill & Bar, owned and managed by women.
Clinton Street Baking Company at Purvis Street is a popular All-Day Breakfast cafe from New York.
Publico Ristorante delivers a memorable experience, with the comfortable settings, chill friendly vibes befitting of its Robertson Quay location, and warm, well-trained staff who make excellent wine pairing recommendations.