Recent Reviews

  • From BibikGourmand on Odette

    And then there is Royer’s new addition to the menu. Bijou blocks of melt-in-the-mouth foie gras crowned with a slice of baby Hokkaido abalone and a morsel of smoked eel balancing atop, the wobbly towers arriving in a shallow bath of ethereal smoked eel dashi. The combination, brought together with a whisper of refreshment from the yuzu, is intoxicating. Read full review. +


    2017/06/12 at 12:10 pm
  • From Alainlicious on UNA at One Rochester

    UNA has been known for their seafood paella and Spanish noodle but the Fideua De Calamares is still really new to us. I fancy anything black so this definitely caught my eyes. The fideos pasta was cooked to perfection with squid ink and sofrito sauce, then served in a cast iron skillet. Deep-fried baby squid failed the crispness test but with the aioli and the pasta, this is brilliant. Read full review. +


    2017/06/12 at 2:59 pm
  • From SGFoodOnFoot on Thrive Kitchen

    What interests me is their Asian inspired rice bowls. We tried the Nonya-Inspired Assam Fish Brown Rice Bowl. Diners have a choice of either brown rice or quinoa. The plate comes with a poached egg, kale and haddock in a housemade assam broth. I am actually quite impressed with the tangy and spicy assam which complements the fish excellent … I am actually surprised that the western designed or looking bistro, actually served some pretty good Asian fares. Read full review. +


    2017/06/13 at 10:54 am
  • From AspirantSG on VENUE by Sebastian

    From the grill, the Iberico Pork Jowl With Gremolata and Lemon stands out with its robust and well-balanced flavours achieved by pairing the herbaceous gremolata and citrusy lemon with a tender and flavourful cut of pork jowl that has gone through a 3-hour confit before going onto the grill. Read full review. +


    2017/06/13 at 11:03 am
  • From JiakSimiPng on Keong Saik Bakery

    Keong Saik Bakery does present as a place with interesting ideas where local meets western; the fusions seemed to have been well thought of and generally do work pretty well, with flavours and textures that are relatable yet with a modern twist … A good place to check out for some cakes and bread over tea or coffee with a local twist. Read full review. +


    2017/06/14 at 10:29 am
  • From OrdinaryPatrons on Japan Rail Cafe

    Japan Rail Cafe in Tanjong Pagar Centre is a great spot for drinks or a simple meal. The brightly lit cafe has a simple but interesting and pleasant decor. The dining area is compact so expect the spacing between tables to be minimal. The service was good – attentive, prompt and courteous. The food was better than expected. This is one theme cafe which we will be happy to visit again and again. Read full review. +


    2017/06/14 at 10:36 am
  • From TheRantingPanda on Adrift by David Myers

    We would have been mistaken about the serious looking demeanour of ADRIFT for the many occasions we have whisked past previously, little to realise that what lies beneath that cold facade is a chill-lax ambience and beautiful space. If anything, we will return to ADRIFT for its charming urban chic vibes. Of course, you can’t go very wrong with the food as well. Read full review. +


    2017/06/14 at 10:41 am
  • From MissTamChiak on Nadai Fuji Soba Ni-Hachi

    The hot kamo nanban soba which features thin soba noodles, duck slices and duck meat balls swimming in a bowl of deep-coloured broth topped with snap peas and yuzu, is one of the bestsellers here… you can choose how well cooked you like your duck to be. Mine was cooked till medium and I loved how the fatty duck slices just melted in my mouth. While the thin soba noodles were softer in texture in comparison to the thick soba noodles, I found the thickness of the noodles to be just perfect. The soba noodles absorbed the rich broth adequately, making it immensely slurp-worthy! Read full review. +


    2017/06/14 at 10:46 am
  • From SingaporeFoodie on The Dempsey Cookhouse & Bar

    The somewhat unique element of the cooking is that rich meat stocks and creams are abandoned in place of intense flavours from vegetable juices, light broths, herbal vinaigrettes and fruit essences. Now if I had read that before I visited I might think that sounded boring. But since I have eaten there I can wholeheartedly say that the food is anything but boring. Read full review. +


    2017/06/14 at 10:49 am
  • From Administrator on OUE Downtown Gallery Food Directory

    Hi Mink Lashes, please write to foodinsing@gmail.com


    2017/07/14 at 1:18 pm
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