Ginza Yoshihiro at Marina Mandarin is a Japanese oden restaurant with 30 years of history in Tokyo.
Art (Previously Known as Aura), National Gallery Singapore: Italian Restaurant by the People Behind Osteria Art and &Sons
Aura Restaurant is the first to open at National Gallery Singapore, serving Italian cuisine.
Sushi Murasaki, Millenia Walk: The ULTIMATE Beef Donburi (With Almost EVERYTHING in It) and Legendary WATER CAKE!!!
Former head chef of Sushi Jin under the Les Amis Group, Chef Raymond Tan has opened his own Japanese restaurant, Sushi Murasaki at Millenia Walk.
At this price, Manzoku at Bugis serves sashimi that is slimy. I felt queasy after the meal.
At Equilibrium at Capitol Piazza, Chef Samdy Kan, whose work experience includes Senso and Ritz Carlton, presents a modern Italian menu with modernist desserts. Although some tweaking is required for the food recipes, it holds great promise. Hopefully, in time, Equilibrium will reach equilibrium.
Bridge Cafe at Seah St caters to people who want finer things at a lower cost, so all dishes are priced at $30 and below. To achieve reasonable pricing, Bridge has to source and import ingredients themselves, cutting out the middle(wo)men, getting truffles straight from Italy and lobsters from overseas.
The set lunch at Shibuya Sushi Bar at Seah St is super worth the money. 6 dishes, $18.
CLOSED: Bottura, Suntec: 5th Generation Italian Restaurateur, One of Our Favorite Restaurants This Year
Started by 5th generation Italian restaurateur who has worked as a banker in Singapore for 2 years but couldn’t find quality, affordable, authentic Italian fare, fit for dining everyday, Bottura fills in that gap.
I’ve been having cravings for Vietnamese food, and while Pho Tai at Capitol Piazza didn’t manage to scratch my itch, the food was good and affordable. Can visit.
Some has named London’s Four Seasons Chinese Restaurant for best roast duck in the world. When it comes to Singapore, is it still best?