Tag Archives: Boat Quay

[SG EATS] Tong Xin Ru Yi Traditional Hotpot (同心如意传统铜火锅)– Flavourful Slow-cooked Soup Bases Brimming with Ingredients at Lor Telok | Raffles Place

Tong Xin Ru Yi Traditional Hotpot 同心如意传统铜火锅 , formerly at Boat Quay has relocated to Lor Telok. The hotpot restaurant offers interesting variety of house-made signature soup bases, which come brimming with a suite of delicious ingredients upon order unlike other hotpot restaurants in the market. The soup broth here are prepared hours of slow-cooking to build up the bold and robust flavours. Different ingredients are added in at the right moments to make every soup a perfect symphony. Continue reading [SG EATS] Tong Xin Ru Yi Traditional Hotpot (同心如意传统铜火锅)– Flavourful Slow-cooked Soup Bases Brimming with Ingredients at Lor Telok | Raffles Place

[SG EATS] The Sampan – Three-Storey Restaurant & Bar At Boay Quay

The Sampan is a three-storey restaurant and bar located at Boat Quay. The restaurant offers an Asian twist of cuisine. The restaurant has recently revamped their menu, which is helmed by their new Head Chef Ahmad. Diners can opt for outdoor dining by the river side or indoor air-con area at level 1. You can opt for private dining area on the second or third floor that overlooks Singapore River and Marina Bay Sands. It has a perfect spot to enjoy the fireworks during New Year Eve. Continue reading [SG EATS] The Sampan – Three-Storey Restaurant & Bar At Boay Quay

[SG EATS] House of MU At 11 Mohamed Sultan Road

House of MU located at 11 Mohamed Sultan Road is the latest F&B restaurant along the stretch of shop houses. “MU” here refers to Chinese character “木 ” which means wood. Apart of serving delicious food, the furniture showcased in the restaurant is available for sale. And the furniture is from Burmese teak wood. Those who are interested with the furniture can check with the staff for pricing and further information. No price is labelled on the furniture. Continue reading [SG EATS] House of MU At 11 Mohamed Sultan Road

[SG EATS] The Salted Plum At Circular Road- Taiwanese Fare From S$5.00 onwards

Does the title remind you of Five Ten? Yes, you are right! The Salted Plum is the same folks behind Five Ten (Closed) at North Bridge Road. This new concept restaurant took over the defunct Bakbak Bak Kut Teh. The Salted Plum has a strong selling point, which is their lunch bowls at S$10.00 and dining dishes starting from S$5.00 onwards. The price definitely attracts the attention of customers. Continue reading [SG EATS] The Salted Plum At Circular Road- Taiwanese Fare From S$5.00 onwards

[SG EATS] My 1st Jingisukan At The Hitsuji Club | Circular Road

Have you ever heard of Jingisukan? According to Wikipedia-Jingisukan (ジンギスカン, “Genghis Khan”) is a Japanese grilled mutton dish prepared on a convex metal skillet or other grill. The dish is particularly popular on the northern island of Hokkaido, in China and in Thailand. I visited The Hitsuji Club located at Circular Road few days back to try Jingisukan. I was told that The Hitsuji Club is the first jingisukan specialist restaurant around Boat Quay area. Continue reading [SG EATS] My 1st Jingisukan At The Hitsuji Club | Circular Road

[SG EATS] Aburiya & The Container At Boay Quay – Affordable Wagyu Deal In Town

Aburiya & The Container Bar is a newly-opened restaurant and bar located at Boat Quay. The Container offers tapas and alcoholic drinks while Aburiya offers Japanese casual dining experience. So, why is it called The Container? The name comes from the shipping container Izakayas that Wagyu farmers in Hokkaido gathered regularly to chit chat over small Wagyu dishes and alcohol. Customers/ Diners can always have a drink at The Container alfresco concept before heading into Aburiya restaurant for a good meal. Continue reading [SG EATS] Aburiya & The Container At Boay Quay – Affordable Wagyu Deal In Town

[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

Newsletter: “8 Hands” Dinner with Japanese Pastry Guest Chef, Emily Mori

The team at My Little Spanish Place is all set to welcome Japanese Pastry Chef Emily Mori from Tokyo, Japan for their first guest chef dinner at their third outlet, My Little Spanish Place Boat Quay. The One-Day event on 8 October (Thursday) offers a 4-course dinner that includes a dessert platter with 6 types of desserts created by two pastry chefs. The dinner is priced at S$78++ per head. Continue reading Newsletter: “8 Hands” Dinner with Japanese Pastry Guest Chef, Emily Mori