We didn’t understand the queue at Oven and Fried Chicken aka OFC at Telok Ayer.
Restaurant Aisyah 西北香, Telok Ayer: Muslim-owned Halal Restaurant Scores Big with Sibei Xiang Xinjiang La Mian (Hand-pulled Noodles)
Restaurant Aisyah 西北香 at Telok Ayer has amassed a huge following after opening in April 2020, during CB Phase 1.
Noa Singapore is inspired by the flavours of Southeast Asia. That includes their coffee and fermented beverages.
BOTAN Japanese Restaurant, Far East Square: 20-year-old Restaurant Gets a New Chef with 40 Years of Experience
BOTAN Japanese Restaurant at Far East Square has good dishes to go with alcohol.
The Nomads serves Modern Central Asian cuisine (anything along the Silk Road from Southern Italy to Western China) on a bar counter for fewer than 20 people.
Telok Ayer Arts Club, Tanjong Pagar: Singapore-inspired Cuisine at a Venue for Curated Art and Music Events
Telok Ayer Arts Club at Tanjong Pagar serves Singapore-inspired cuisine.
Naga Imo at Club Street has some interesting modern Japanese food up its sleeves.
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 fried rice and siew yok at Empress Restaurant at the ACM are out of the world.
According to co-owner and Chef Jason Jones, Chico Loco at Amoy Street is about ‘quality produce, avoiding unnecessary chemicals, and making sure food is as nutritious as it is delicious.’ Now, this is a programme I can get behind.