The food at Tapasta is exceptional.
Mad About Sucre has opened a sister outlet, MadASS, a casual restaurant that serves bento for lunch and tapas for dinner.
Trattoria La Vita, Clarke Quay: Itameshi (Italian-Japanese Cuisine), I Love It But My Friend Says It’s Average
My friends and I have differing opinions on Trattoria La Vita at Clarke Quay.
Drunken Farmer, Stanley Street: Spa Esprit Group’s Natural Wines and Everything Sourdough (Pizzas, Waffles, Even Fried Chicken)
Drunken Farmer’s pizzas are made from a 159-year-old sourdough starter and a dough that takes 30 hours to rise.
Red Eye Smokehouse is probably the best among the three American-style BBQ restaurants in Singapore.
Takada Grill and Bar used to have freeflow beer before COVID. They stopped it to prevent gatherings but hopefully they will resume the beer buffet. Their grills are good.
Kakurega (The Lair) at Chinatown is a new hideout for Japanese sake and yakitori lovers.
L’Angelus, Club Street: There Are Reasons Why It Is One of the Oldest French Restaurants in Singapore
L’Angelus at Club Street is a French restaurant that serves good to middling food.
OmoteNashi Dining Gosso, aka Gosso Yakitori Dining, at Boat Quay attracts many Japanese, but it was middling for us.
Craft Pizza at Boat Quay has a small menu but everything we tried is good.