Yen Social located at DUO Galleria is a stylish sister concept of premium yakiniku restaurant Yen Yakiniku. The restaurant is officially opens on 2 July 2021 that offers a combination of spacious comfort for communal dining, Yen Social Butcher Platters, and wallet-friendly premium cuts. Another special highlight is that the restaurant offers its signature in-house dry-aged Wagyu beef for grilling. It is also Singapore’s first yakiniku to introduce whisky dry-aged Wagyu ribeye, using Kavalan single malt whisky from Taiwan.
Moving on are the dishes we tried during the dinner session. Continue reading [SG EATS] YEN Social – Sister Concept of Michelin-rated Yen Yakiniku At DUO Galleria→
No Signboard Seafood is well-known for its iconic White Pepper Crab, first created by Madam Ong back in the beginnings where she started a seafood hawker stall at Matter Road Hawker Centre. Since 1981, the established brand has two outlets locally at Esplanade Mall and VivoCity. Continue reading [SG EATS]No Signboard Seafood At Esplanade Mall→
My last visit to The Bravery was at their previous location at Horne Road. Oh boy! Time flies! and they are reopen the new location at Amoy Street. The Muslim-owned restaurant is now located at a two-storey conservation shophouse along the Amoy Street neighbourhood. The first floor is where you can get your coffee fix and a variety of seating formats caters to different interactions whole the second storey houses The Bravery’s in-house bakery, which churns out fresh breads and baked goods daily. Continue reading [SG EATS] The Bravery- Muslim-owned Restaurant Reopens At Amoy Street→
My second visit to Pete’s Place Grand Hyatt Hotel Singapore after 11 years (my last visit was 2009). It is said to be one of the oldest Italian restaurants in Singapore. The restaurant is located at the basement of the hotel along Scott’s Road. You need to go down the staircase upon reaching the hotel lobby. It feels like walking down into a cellar. It was my friend’s first visit and she is surprised to find out that there is a restaurant there. The basement restaurant still look the same as it was with brick walls, wooden furniture and checkered tablecloth. Continue reading [SG EATS] Classic Italian 3-Course Set Lunch at Pete’s Place | Grand Hyatt Singapore→
Thinking where to dine in for lunch for this festive season? SE7ENTH at Oakwood Premier AMTD Singapore offers a festive four-course menu and two holiday cocktail concoctions to kick start the celebration and themed Executive Set Lunch. An Ode to Christmas Menu S$88.00++ per pax comprises four-course set menu is available from 1 December to 31 December 2020 with two cocktails. As for the Festive Executive Set Lunch, it is available at S$25.00++ per pax from 21 December to 31 December 2020. Continue reading [SG EATS] December Christmas Set Menu Offers at SE7ENTH| Oakwood Premier AMTD Singapore→
Garang Grill is back in New Ubin Village located at Space @ Tampines.The location is a commercial property along Tampines Industrial Crescent and the building is right opposite IKEA Tampines. It is much easier for those who drives because the place is not conveniently accessible via public transport. The previous Garang Grill was at Swan Lake Avenue in 2017 and announced its closure on 31 December 2019. It is good to seem them back in action again. Continue reading [SG EATS] Garang Grill in New Ubin Village | Tampines Singapore→
Miznon Singapore located at Stanley Street is a casual Israeli eatery established by Chef Eyal Shani, judge on MasterChef Israel. The brand hails from Tel Aviv, Israel has established an international footprint of 10 outlets across the cities of Vienna, Paris, New York, and Melbourne. Their latest venture in Singapore was officially opened last week. Miznon Singapore is a joint venture opened by Israelis, Tal Eisenberg and Singapore residents, co-owner Nadav Cohen. They also the people behind Aussie café Carrotsticks & Cravings. Continue reading [SG EATS] Miznon – Casual Israeli Eatery by MasterChef Israel Judge, Chef Eyal Shani Opens in Singapore→