Sometime back I joined fellow foodies to Goldleaf Restaurant in conjunction of their 45th anniversary celebration which is located within a walking distance from Telok Ayer MRT station. Goldleaf is a restaurant that specialized in porridge in Singapore in the 1970s and served Taiwanese dishes to diners. The restaurant initially located along Orchard Road and has been relocated to other places and finally here at Amoy Street. Continue reading [SG EATS] TAIWANESE PORRIDGE AND DISHES BY GOLDLEAF RESTAURANT
[Updated on October 2017: They have relocated to 5 Koek Road, #04-04, Cuppage Plaza, 228796 ]
999.99 (Five Nines) is the latest F&B venture that joined the restaurants along Keong Saik Road. The restaurant has started operating since December 2015 and helmed by Chef Masanao Saito that has experience working in restaurants all around the world from Japan, to Sweden and presently in Singapore. 999.99 is the finest form of gold and is considered the gold standard. The team at 999.99 holds themselves to this in serving food in its purest and finest form in quality, service and presentation. Continue reading [SG EATS] AFFORDABLE MEAL WITH 999.99 FIVE NINES RESTAURANT AT KEONG SAIK ROAD
Spices Café from Concorde Hotel is having the Harvest of the Sea Dinner Buffet again this year. We can expect unlimited order of crab feasts with different flavours. The flavours include chilli crabs, black pepper crabs, sautéed saffron crabs, butter & white pepper crabs and salted egg crabs. If you are a crab lover,get your hands on these flavours for a buffet feast at Spices Café. Continue reading [SG EATS] GETS YOUR HANDS ON THE CRABS & LOBSTER AT SPICES CAFÉ | CONCORDE HOTEL
I was introduced to Sunrise Bistro & Bar which is located at Big Splash, East Coast of sunny Singapore last month. The bistro serves all day breakfast dishes and also dinner dishes. Sunrise Bistro & Bar also offers extensive wine and beer list with small bites and savory ala-carte to enjoy as well.
Continue reading [SG EATS] SUNRISE BISTRO & BAR | BIG SPLASH
Nan Hwa Chong Fishboat is the oldest (since 1927) fishhead steamboat in Singapore. If you ask your elderly, they will surely heard about it. It’s traditional fish soup steamboat represents Singapore’s heritage and memories to Singaporean. What makes them different from the rest is that the steamboats are prepared using charcoals instead of gas-stove steamboats. The soup is prepared with essence of fish bones and other secret ingredients. It takes at least 5 hours to cook so that the broth is silky smooth. Continue reading [SG EATS] NAN HWA CHONG FISHBOAT SERVES ALASKAN CODFISH NOW
Sometime back I joined the foodies for an invited tasting at Fish Tales. Located in ‘SCAPE’ which is a walking distance from Somerset MRT station, Fish Tales is a seafood place that specialized in all types of fishes with a range of pastas and sides. The seating areas are scattered along the shopping aisles where you are open to public while dining. Continue reading [SG EATS] FISH TALES POCKET-FRIENDLY MENU| SCAPE , ORCHARD