Recent Reviews

  • From ExplodingBelly

    I did not think much of the Suzette as I’m not quite a fan of crepe suzettes, the item that this was inspired from. But after a mouthful of this, my eyes glistened with pleasure. THE TEXTURES, smooth and creamy within, a surprising crunch from the varlhona chocolate pearls and the almond tart base – I AM IN LOVE. Flavor wise, the moist orange caramel mousse + vanilla cream core made my palettes scream in excitement as it was a pretty unique combination for me! The downside? That cloyingly sweet after taste. And it is VERY sweet. Gosh. What a pity, but the textures were still 10/10. Read full review. +

    2017/06/05 at 3:44 pm

  • From GourmetEstorie

    The brunch menu is suitably lengthy, and the range of options you could consider are near limitless–you could probably rack up a hundred pasta combinations alone. With an infinite number of possibilities but a finite appetite, it’s important that we introduce some highlights to maximize your dining experience. The first of your selections must be the truffle risotto (i.e. Cacio Pepe e Tartufo). The warm risotto is finished tableside in a giant wheel of parmesan, where the cheese melts gently into the mix with each fold. A generous portion of truffle is shaved delicately over the risotto and served steaming with umami. Read full review. +

    2017/06/06 at 3:32 pm

  • From PinkyPiggu
    The Affogato Bar

    Our choice of Banana Ramble came looking as pretty, and tasted as good as we imagined it to be. Anchored by butter pecan ice cream, and oomphed with banana cake, fresh banana slices, and pecans, it was a delightful interplay of soft, smooth and crunchy textures. Pour the double shot of mocharoma over, the affogato is completed with the espresso’s slightly bitter notes, floral aroma, and fruity flavors. Having this well-balanced concoction was truly an enjoyment. Read full review. +

    2017/06/07 at 3:03 pm

  • From TheSilverChef
    Audace Bar & Restaurant

    This pan seared lamb saddle has got to be one of my favourite dishes of the year so far. Perfectly executed to a medium rare goodness, the crust beautifully crafted and a flavourful and elegant jus to provide further moisture to the meat. Then there is the incredible hay smoked parsnip that will simply overwhelm you with unending gastronomic joy. Tender as expected, but I have never tasted parsnip as delicious and as flavourful as this little piece here. Beautifully and simply presented, a delight to the eyes and palate. Read full review. +

    2017/06/08 at 3:06 pm

  • From DirtyStall
    Kappo Shunsui 割烹旬水

    A large hokkigai clam from Hokkaido was then grilled over binchotan charcoal. This was probably the unexpected highlight of the meal for me – surprisingly tender and sweet! Read full review. +

    2017/06/10 at 12:46 pm

  • From IrissLove
    Sama Curry & Cafe

    I ended up with the cheesy bear, which was essentially fried chicken with some charred cabbage topped with melted cheese. The friend was like where’s the cheese?! We thought it would be a slice of cheese on top of the vegetables. ha. Honestly, the chicken was good and I enjoyed the coconut broth which was sweet, thick and fragrant. Level 15 wasn’t spicy for me. I told the friend I can go for level 20 next time. Read full review. +

    2017/06/10 at 12:52 pm

  • From AndMoreFood
    Open Farm Community

    This is my second time here, and on both occasions I’ve ordered the mud crab curry papardelle. I’m not sure if this consistency says more about the cooking, the menu choices, or me, but it’s a rich dish that marries the sweetness of crab with a slight, ever-so-moreish heat … I’d recommend lunchtimes here as the sunlight streams in in a most delightful manner, and the yummy mummys create an ambience all of their own. Read full review. +

    2017/06/10 at 12:56 pm

  • From HazelDiary
    TOBY’s The Dessert Asylum

    We had an enjoyable meal at Toby’s especially my nephews. The staffs are friendly and they also provide a corner for kids to do colouring. The staff will provide a sheet of drawing paper and the kids can sit down to do colouring. Balloons are given to the kids as well. This is rather family-oriented concept here. The food portions are generous with affordable pricing. And kids get to dine free if they have the Toby’s kids membership card. The only downside is the location I guess. Read full review. +

    2017/06/10 at 3:11 pm

  • From TimelessFacade

    One of Gunther’s signature dishes and rightfully so, the decadent Cold Angel Hair Pasta with Oscietra Caviar. Served chilled, the pasta, doused with truffle oil and finely diced porcini mushrooms, came across as aromatic and al dente with a smorgasbord of flavours; savoury with a hint of saltiness and fishiness from the prized caviar. A most excellent dish … Food overall came across as grounded; nothing fanciful and generally excellent. Prices are a little dear though… Read full review. +

    2017/06/11 at 12:29 pm

  • From ThywhaleliciousFay

    [Revisit] Having not read much about head chef Kirk Westaway prior to our dinner, I ordered the Signatures menu with anticipation that it would give me a crash course of his best dishes. However, my dishes were almost similar to my friend’s 7 courses. In fact, I was disappointed to be served oyster instead of the crab dish… I still recommend JAAN though. But don’t be as greedy as me. Stick to the 7 courses menu. Read full review. +-

    2017/06/12 at 11:21 am