La Belle Epoque (which means “the beautiful age” en français) at Boat Quay serves beautiful European food.
JU95, Boat Quay: One of the Best Food We Ate This Year￼
The food at the modern izakaya JU95 is thoughtful, interesting, and delicious.
Tian Tian Fisherman’s Pier Seafood, Boat Quay: $29.80++ Steam Pot Includes US Live Oysters, Scallop, Clams, and More
Tian Tian Fisherman’s Pier Seafood’s fare is decent. However it would not be my first choice when I think of seafood whenever I’m in the vicinity.
OmoteNashi Dining Gosso, Boat Quay: Many Japanese Customers at Yakitori Joint But It Was Middling
OmoteNashi Dining Gosso, aka Gosso Yakitori Dining, at Boat Quay attracts many Japanese, but it was middling for us.
Craft Pizza, Boat Quay: Probably the Best Pizza in Singapore
Craft Pizza at Boat Quay has a small menu but everything we tried is good.
Dumpling Darlings, Boat Quay: The Simplest Gestures Are the Biggest
Dumpling Darlings is one of our favourite restaurants recently.
George Town Tze Char & Craft Beer, Boat Quay: Affordable Tze Char and Rojak Gin with a Spectacular View
George Town Tze Char & Craft Beer at Boat Quay – an enjoyable, affordable cze char place by the river.
The Dragon Chamber, Circular Road: “You Know You’re Hungry for That [Crocodile] D***”
Do you want to eat crocodile penis? The Dragon Chamber at Circular Road says you crave it.
Peach Garden Chinese Restaurant, OCBC Centre: Cantonese-Japanese Fusion Food At All Outlets From 2 Mar to 30 Apr
Peach Garden launches Japanese-inspired dishes to welcome the cherry blossom season.
Empress @ ACM: One of the Best Meals This Year, the Siew Yok and Fried Rice!
The fried rice and siew yok at Empress Restaurant at the ACM are out of the world.