Tag Archives: Singapore Food

[SG EATS] Bei-Ing Yun Tuen (Wonton) Noodles At Roxy Square Food Court

My friends and I visited Bei-ing Yun Tuen Noodles located at Roxy Square Food Court over the weekend to try out their noodles. As I am not familiar with the place, it took me a while to locate the stall. I went round and round the building until I found the stall. Continue reading [SG EATS] Bei-Ing Yun Tuen (Wonton) Noodles At Roxy Square Food Court

[SG EATS] Hokkaido-Ya At VivoCity- Fast Casual Self-service Japanese Restaurant

Hokkaido-Ya located at Vivocity Mall is a fast casual eatery serving Hokkaido-inspired dishes. Sushi Tei Pte Ltd is the team behind this new establishment. Hokkaido-Ya , which translates to Hokkaido-shop has an adorable mascot, Ezo modelled after ezo momonga (Japanese dwarf flying squirrel) sculpture in front of the shop entrance. Continue reading [SG EATS] Hokkaido-Ya At VivoCity- Fast Casual Self-service Japanese Restaurant

[SG EATS] Dinner At Mad For Garlic Suntec City Mall

This is my second time to Mad for Garlic restaurant and this time round with my family over the weekend. My parents are in town and my dad calls the shot. I showed him the list of the participating restaurants on The Entertainer App and he decided on this. We walked over from Carlton Hotel and it took us approximately 20-30minutes walk. Continue reading [SG EATS] Dinner At Mad For Garlic Suntec City Mall

[SG EATS] The Lobby Lounge At Shangri-La Hotel Singapore- 7 Legendary Hawker Dishes In One Semi-Buffet Lunch

The Lobby Lounge at Shangri-La Hotel Singapore is offering local hawker dishes in semi-buffet lunch concept since late last year. It was my first time checking out Lobby Lounge over the weekend. My first time in Shangri-La Hotel Singapore was at Nami Restaurant & Bar. Continue reading [SG EATS] The Lobby Lounge At Shangri-La Hotel Singapore- 7 Legendary Hawker Dishes In One Semi-Buffet Lunch

[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] Caffe B At 64 Club Street – The Japanese-Italian Restaurant

Caffe B located at 64 Club Street is the Japanese-Italian restaurant that was previously located at Marina Bay Sands. The relocation of the restaurant also introduced a brand new menu recently. I was invited for a tasting session on one of the weekday dinner.The restaurant is helmed by Executive Chef Masanao Saito. Continue reading [SG EATS] Caffe B At 64 Club Street – The Japanese-Italian Restaurant

[SG EATS] .Elia at Jiak Chuan Road

.Elia located at 10 Jiak Chuan Road serves as a bistro by day and restaurant by night. They have taken over Oriole Coffee Roasters and did a change of the interior design. The place offers 30-seaters which is quite a cosy space. I visited the place during night time along with other blogger friends for a tasting session. I think it will definitely look good in photography during the day time with natural lighting and marble counter tops. Continue reading [SG EATS] .Elia at Jiak Chuan Road

[SG EATS] Rumah Rasa At Bay Hotel Singapore- Halal-Indonesia Restaurant

Does Rumah Rasa sounds familiar to you? Yes, you are right! After years in hiatus, Bay Hotel Singapore has decided to re-launch Rumah Rasa, the halal- Indonesia restaurant. The restaurant has taken over Street 50 Restaurant & Bar space. Continue reading [SG EATS] Rumah Rasa At Bay Hotel Singapore- Halal-Indonesia Restaurant

[SG EATS] Ninja Cut At Seah Street- Exciting Nostalgic Nosh for Diners

I took a trip down memory with Ninja Cut’s new spin on popular childhood foods recently. It is always exciting to check out new creations from the chef. For those who are working around Bugis and City Hall area, you are in treat! Continue reading [SG EATS] Ninja Cut At Seah Street- Exciting Nostalgic Nosh for Diners

[SG EATS] KIM DAE MUN KOREAN FOOD- VALUE-FOR-MONEY KOREAN CUISINES

I was introduced to Kim Dae Mun by a good friend of mine recently when we decided to have impromptu dinner on one of the weekdays. She was sharing that this is a hidden gem of Korean food stall that she is confident I will give a thumbs up after trying. Kim Dae Mun used to be a Korean food stall located at the food court of the former Le Meridien Hotel on Orchard Road. They relocated to the second level of Concorde Hotel with expanded space which not many people aware of it. Continue reading [SG EATS] KIM DAE MUN KOREAN FOOD- VALUE-FOR-MONEY KOREAN CUISINES