Category Archives: FOODS

[M’SIA EATS] Malacca Food Hopping Over the Weekend | Malaysia

Since JB café hopping has been too extreme, I went to Melaka/Malacca , Malaysia for food hopping over one of the weekend. I took a bus after work on Friday night and back to Singapore on Sunday afternoon. My hotel accommodation is kindly sponsored by Mercury Boutique Hotel and I rented a car so that I can travel within Melaka/Malacca conveniently. Continue reading [M’SIA EATS] Malacca Food Hopping Over the Weekend | Malaysia

[M’SIA EATS] AMY HERITAGE NYONYA CUISINE – Peranakan Foods | MELAKA

When in Melaka, do not miss out peranakan cuisine. I settled my lunch by opting for a peranakan food. Reservation was made a week before I headed to Malacca. I know I sound kiasu but just in case I miss it out. The restaurant tables are placed with the reservation tab with names on it. This shows how good business it is for Amy Heritage Nyonya Cuisine. There are many peranakan restaurants in Malacca but only few cooks are pure peranakan who cooks the cuisine. Amy Heritage Nyonya Cuisine is one of the oldest histories in Malacca town who still does that. Continue reading [M’SIA EATS] AMY HERITAGE NYONYA CUISINE – Peranakan Foods | MELAKA

[SG EATS] Ciao@ Italian Restaurant & Bar | Haji Lane

Ciao@ is the newest kid on the block along Haji Lane has been operating for a month plus. The Italian restaurant offers a unique dining experience in that it is a restaurant and bar. Ciao@ offers Italian home-cooked food, cocktails and wines. Entertainment activities such as screening of live sports matches are available at the bar area. Continue reading [SG EATS] Ciao@ Italian Restaurant & Bar | Haji Lane

[SG EATS] FYR Cycene and Ond Drinc | New Menu Revamp

Exciting news from FYR Cycene and Ond Drinc (FYR) again! The restaurant located within a walking distance away from Telok Ayer MRT has launched a new menu this time. If you read about my previous post on their weekend brunch, you will surely expect something different from their dinner menu. Helmed by Culinary Director Micail Chepi, the new menu comprises the modern European cuisines with the use of herbs and spices found in the Southeast Asian region. Continue reading [SG EATS] FYR Cycene and Ond Drinc | New Menu Revamp

[SG EATS] LOKKEE RESTAURANT | PLAZA SINGAPURA

Tung Lok Group latest venture, Lokkee is located at Plaza Singapura. The restaurant uses part of Lao Beijing Restaurant’s space to operate. Lokkee concept is inspired by the chinese take-out foods in Chinatown across the cosmopolitan cities. Thus, the foods served have the mixture of east meets west cuisine. Continue reading [SG EATS] LOKKEE RESTAURANT | PLAZA SINGAPURA

[M’SIA EATS] RESTORAN TONG SHENG (东升园海鲜家) | MELAKA, MALAYSIA

I was at Malacca over the weekend and had a mega food trail for the whole day in Saturday. I will blog about it in details on the next post. Before that, here is the dinner choice for the night. Continue reading [M’SIA EATS] RESTORAN TONG SHENG (东升园海鲜家) | MELAKA, MALAYSIA

[SG EATS] My Little Spanish Place | Boat Quay

My Little Spanish Places is first founded in March 2010 and located in Bukit Timah neighbourhood. It has expanded to new outlet located at Boat Quay few months back. The Spanish restaurant is helmed by two chefs with strong Spanish heritage, Maria Sevillano from Salamanca, Spain and Edward Esmero from Philipines. I was honored to be one of the invited to enjoy an evening at their new outlet at Boat Quay. Continue reading [SG EATS] My Little Spanish Place | Boat Quay

[HK EATS] Joy Hing Roasted Meat (再興燒臘飯店) | Hong Kong

The last meal during my recent Hong Kong trip was at Joy Hing. Located within a walking distance from Wan Chai MTR, Joy Hing is one of the locals’ favourite BBQ meats especially office workers around the business districts will drop by during lunch hours. Continue reading [HK EATS] Joy Hing Roasted Meat (再興燒臘飯店) | Hong Kong

[SG EATS] SHINJI BY KANESAKA | RAFFLES HOTEL

This unplanned lunch turned out to be the best Japanese cuisine I had up to date. My friend was in town last Friday and we were supposed to meet at Shibuya but he somehow ended at Shinji instead. So, we had a luxurious lunch session at Shinji by Kanesaka. This is the extension of 2-star Michelin Chef Shinji Kanesaka’s Edo-style sushi restaurant that first set up in Tokyo’s exclusive Ginza district. Lunch sets are range from S$75.00- S$250.00. We ordered Hana Set S$75.00 (9pcs of sushi). Continue reading [SG EATS] SHINJI BY KANESAKA | RAFFLES HOTEL