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.
Frieda at Capitol serves great German food, not just pork knuckles and sausages.
The latest offering by The Feather Blade group, RAPPU takes pride in serving diners “proper seaweed, sushi rice and quality seafood ingredients, in a big-ass venue with kick-ass tunes”.
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.
We didn’t like Lucali BYGB at Lavender.
Coyote Ugly Saloon at Clarke Quay is the 27th outlet of the bar which inspired the cult movie of the same name.
Route 65 at Suntec serves hearty meats for carnivores and people on Keto or low-carbs diets.