Niku Katsumata 肉勝又 at Duxton Road serves healthy Kagoshima beef of marbling 3-4, grilled over a crystal plate.
Very good set lunch at Bincho Restaurant Singapore, but unfortunately, the service had ruined the experience for me.
Ninja Cut at Seah St is a pumped up version of Ninja Bowl.
Inaniwa Yosuke Udon, one of the 16 concepts at Japan Food Town, is one of the best casual restaurants we visited this year.
Joel Robuchon Restaurant, Resorts World Sentosa: A Perfect Meal at the Only 3 Michelin-Starred Restaurant in Singapore
Joel Robuchon is the only 3 Michelin-starred restaurant in Singapore, and it’s worthy of its accolades.
Two Japanese friends have recommended Tomi Sushi, saying that it’s not the best sushi in Singapore but it’s affordable and good quality at the mid-range price.
La Pizzaiola, Jalan Riang: Slumming to Investigate How Rich People Eat Good Pizzas (Yes, They Eat With Their Mouths Too! Shocking!)
La Pizzaiola at Serangoon is a lovely restaurant that serves excellent pizzas and pastas.
Yhingthai Palace at Purvis Street, which was awarded the Bib Gourmand by the Michelin Guide, may be the best Thai restaurant in Singapore.
Fratelli Trattoria and Pizzeria, RWS: Three Michelin-Starred Chefs Designed a Very Affordable Menu + 4 Pokestops For Pokemon Trainers
Fratelli at Resorts World Sentosa is the latest restaurant to be opened by celebrity chefs. Fratelli means “brothers” in Italian, and the menu is created by brothers Enrico and Roberto Cerea of three Michelin-starred Da Vittorio in Lombardy, Italy. They visit Fratelli about 2-3 times a year to maintain the quality and refresh the menu. When they are not around, Chef de Cuisine Davide Bizzarri helms the kitchen.
Janice Wong Restaurant, Singapore National Museum: The Maestro of Desserts Opens a Modern Dim Sum Restaurant
Janice Wong Restaurant at Singapore National Museum serves modern dim sum and avant garde desserts. But we left sorely disappointed.