New tapas restaurant Umami 10 at Telok Ayer Street serves contemporary Japanese-European cuisine with award-winning sakes that are sourced directly from Japan.
Umami 10, Telok Ayer: Awaken Your Fifth Taste with Japanese-European Cuisine￼
Amber Ember, Serangoon / Hougang: Not Your Usual Cafe Fare
In between Serangoon and Hougang, Amber Ember tries to provide quality food and coffee.
Nana Curry, Holland Village: Michelin Bib Gourmand Stall Opens a Restaurant
Not sure why Nana Curry is empty, but it is not bad.
Orange and Teal, Buona Vista: Chee Soon Juan’s Cafe Has Mostly Middle-aged Patrons. Are Singaporean Youths Not Interested in Politics?
The best thing about Orange and Teal is the price point.
New Lucky Claypot Rice, Holland Village: #1 Recommended Food According to My Followers
New Lucky Claypot Rice at Holland Village serves a mean claypot, but avoid the soups.
Park Royal Pickering Staycation: Lifestyle Room. It’s Just Beside Hong Lim Food Centre.
Park Royal Pickering Staycation review
Cumi Bali, Tras St: They Moved but the Indonesian Food is Great As Ever
What differentiates Cumi Bali from other Indonesian restaurants is them serving homely, hearty food.
Tapasta Bar, Far East Square: Unexpectedly Delicious Food By Talented Chef from Koma at MBS
The food at Tapasta is exceptional.
Anson Town Bistro, Yishun / Sembawang: Authentic Malaysian Food. “Feels Like Home,” Vouched My Two Malaysian Friends.
Anson Town is most famous for their chee cheong fun, but at Anson Town Bistro, our favourites are some other dishes.
Knock Knock Cafe, Kallang: Asian-inspired Pastas and Burgers with Beary Cute Lattes for Dog Days Afternoons
A few minutes’ walk from Kallang MRT, the floral-themed Knock Knock Cafe serves Asian-Western fusion eats.