G House Restaurant @ Dempsey Road

1G House Dempsey Road 1G House Dempsey Road 1 1G House Dempsey Road 2I was invited for a tasting session at G House Restaurant located at Dempsey Road. It has been a while since I last came. Whenever I heard about Dempsey, my first impression is expensive. But G House restaurant serves affordable choices that will not burn a hole in your pocket. And so here are the dishes that I tried the other day:-1-G House Dempsey Road 3

Waldorf Salad S$15.90 served with fresh apples, raisins, walnuts, lettuces and dressed with mayonnaise. Refreshing munch taste before we start the mains.1G House Dempsey Road 3

Tom Kha Gai S$16.90 is one of my favourite. Well balanced of creamy coconut milk with tender chicken meat.1G House Dempsey Road 7

Grilled Cajun Chicken S$18.90 is served with potato wedges and Raddichio slaw and greens as side. Loving the tenderness meat texture with the fragrance grilled smell from the skin.1G House Dempsey Road 5

Grilled Spicy Squid S$26.90 served in a wooden tray size with special sambal sauce. You will find yourself addictive when you dip it with the sambal sauce as it is simply irresistible not to be missed.1G House Dempsey Road 8

Fish & Chips with sweet potato fries S$20.90. Our usual take for this dish is with fries. But the restaurant decided to have sweet potato fries for a change. Oh boy! The sweet potato fries are well-received that night.1G House Dempsey Road 4 1G House Dempsey Road 6

Croquet Madame S$18.90 is the brunch menu options available here in G House. The soft and fluffy brioche bread grilled with ham and cheese looks tempting from its appearance. Nicely done baked eggs are served together. Although the taste wise is not bad, I find the price is slightly high for this dish.1G House Dempsey Road 13

Hosin Pork Ribs S$29.90 was well marinated with the tinge of sweetness on the outer layering. It was soft and tender that the meats are easily off from the bones.1G House Dempsey Road 14

Asian style slow cooked pork belly S$26.90 is also the hit of the night. We loved the crackling sound on the first bite.1G House Dempsey Road 9 1G House Dempsey Road 10 1G House Dempsey Road 11 1G House Dempsey Road 12

Lastly we ended our meal with sweet desserts from Little House of Dreams. They served pretty and decent pastries, macaroons and cakes. We had a lovely night with the foods and photo session.

Thanks Roy & Eileen for the invite and G House & Little House of Dreams for hosting.

G House Restaurant

10 Dempsey Road


Singapore 247700

Website: http://www.ghouse.com.sg


Instagram @g_house_sg

Little House of Dreams

The Central Clarke Quay


Website: http://www.littlehouseofdreams.com

Instagram @littlehouseofdreams

FatCat Ice Cream Bar @ Bedok

I finally my way to FatCat Ice Cream Bar after seeing instagram foodies flooding the feeds.I know I am slow but better late than never, right? So, we headed to Bedok MRT station and walk towards to the Library and cross the road to Blk 416.It’s quite convenient and clear direction to get to the place. We were one of the few that arrived just few minutes after the opening hours.1Fat Cat Ice Cream Bar3

Orders and payments are made at the cashier counter. Plain waters are available at a corner where self service. We waited for our orders to serve within 20 minutes time.1Fat Cat Ice Cream Bar1 1Fat Cat Ice Cream Bar2

We had the signature waffle S$6.00 witha scoop of Thai Milk Tea ice-cream (S$4.50 per scoop) and salted egg yolk sauce S$1.00. This dessert costs us S$11.50 for 2 pax sharing for that day. Personally prefer Creamier waffles texture but the salted egg yolk sauce is indeed a good choice.1Fat Cat Ice Cream Bar

I wanted to try their Lime Mojito Spheres but it was not available. They only had Blackforest sphere on that day. So, we ordered 2 at S$4.50 each to try.Loving the bursting flavour that goes ‘POP’ in one mouth with bits of chocolate crumbs after taste.

Total damage was S$20.50 nett (no service charge and GST).

Date of Visit: 14/06/2015

FatCat Ice-Cream Bar

Blk 416 Bedok North Ave 2


Singapore 460416

Website: http://www.fatcat.sg


Instagram @fatcatsg

Enbu @ Eat At Seven

I was invited for the special preview launch of the first concept of Eat At Seven, Enbu few days back. Enbu is Singapore’s first ever Warayaki and Charcoal Grill Izakaya. Eat At Seven is a concept by Global Retail Partners. Global Retail partners is a joint venture by ANA Trading , local veteran restaurateur Mr Andrew Tan from Tomo F&B Pte Ltd and Komars Group. The group has managed to galvanize seven of the most popular food concepts in japan to foray into Singapore.1Enbu Jap 1 1Enbu Jap

Enbu is located at level three of Suntec City’s newest Sky Garden. The restaurant is having 600-seater which able to serve diners well. Since the rest of the concept is still undergoing renovation, we are lucky enough to have the first hand glimpse of what Enbu is serving.

Enbu is referring to “Dance of Flame”offers a casual yet classy dinning atmosphere with the choice of outdoor seating as well. The restaurant’s specialty is grilling with straws and charcoal grill which gives a wonderful smoky fragrance to the cuisines.

Facts Sharing:-

Warayaki Izakaya is a traditional cooking method that has its roots in Shikoku, Kochi prefecture. Chef Tatsunori Tara is the head chef and he combined traditional cooking methods with a new style izakaya presentation to create a true and exciting Japanese izakaya taste.

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First up is the Smoked Salmon with Homemade Cheese Tofu S$12.00 was delicately presented on the table. Combination of smooth tofu and well-balance cheese with smoked salmon was good start for the meal.1Enbu Jap 3

Deep fried tofu with Uni sauce S$12.00. Cripsy texture on the outside layer and smooth inner goes pretty well with the uni sauce. There is a sweetness taste dipping the sauce.

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Taco Salad S$15.00 is served in an interesting manner. The salad veggies are prepared in individual jar and presented on the table. The staff will pour it over the crispy skin. The homemade beef & pork meat sauce has a slight spicy tinge because of the Mexican mixed pepper and japanese chilli pepper. It has the mixture of Asian and western flavours taste in it. Mind you as it is addictive!1Enbu Jap 6 1Enbu Jap 7 1Enbu Jap 5

Assorted sashimi was one of the highlight. The fishes are freshly flown in twice weekly provide the guarantee freshness. There are portion for 2 pax S$60.00 onwards and 4pax for S$120.00++. Uni (Sea Urchin) was my top favourite as I am attracted with its sweetness taste.1Enbu Jap 14

One more favourite of mine is the Oyster and Spinach Teppanyaki with Uni Sauce S$15.00 (4pcs). Bursting juicy of the fresh grilled oyster with the uni sauce gave a sweet touch after taste.1Enbu Jap 10 1Enbu Jap 11

Chicken Warayaki with Special Spring Onion Sauce S$12.00 was their speciality. It has our local satay appearance. But the texture is soft and tender and best to have it upon serving. I enjoyed it with lettuce wrapped with cucumber slices and spring onion sauce. Just like how you enjoy Korean BBQ way.1Enbu Jap 13

Katsuo Warayaki S$16.00. Nicely wrapped in aluminum foil and straws (Japanese hay) to be presented on the table. Bonito smoked over burning and imported Japanese hay gives the outer layer of tuna cooked while inner layer is raw. Enjoy the slice with the sliced spring onions, minced ginger and soy sauce.1Enbu Jap 12

Homemade Steamed Tofu S$12.00. First taste without the sauce tasted like soya beancurd. But if you mix it with the ponzu sauce, bits of wasabi and ginger, you might love it as much as I do.1Enbu Jap 16

Lastly, Jya Jya Men S$13.00. Photo shown is only for sampling portion. Decent taste for a bowl of jya jya men with slightly salty flavour in it.

I definitely see myself returning the restaurant as customers. I am still reminiscing the fresh sashimi and oysters dish. Can’t wait for the rest of the concepts to launch!

Enbu will be officially open early July 2015. Stay Tuned!


3 Temasek Boulevard

Suntec City Mall


Singapore 038983

Tel: +65 6268 8043

Operating Hours: 11:00AM – 11:00PM

Facebook: www.facebook.com/enbusingapore

Instagram @enbu_sg

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