Most Visited Food Posts in 2011

   

To kick off the new year, I’d like to share with you some data on your Daniel’s Food Diary’s activity in 2011. The website Daniel’s Food Diary started on a humble day on 15th July 2011, and had 121 new post that year. Not too bad for a start.

And for the Top 5 Most Visited Posts, it is no surprise that 4 out of 5 restaurants serve buffets, which really serve the needs to buffetlicious Singapore. After all, if we are going to part with that part money (and most likely the whole group of friends’ pot), we jolly well do some proper research.

Tiffin Room (Raffles Hotel)
The Top Post of 2011 went to an Indian buffet restaurant at Raffles Hotel. I was very surprised at the number of hits, and perhaps the $75++ price tag caught your attention. The truth was, I almost did not want to write this post as I did not take many shots, but since I paid so much…

Fisherman’s Market (The Central)
This buffet restaurant opened with lots of hype, and many queries of “worth it or not”? I can’t eat much, but if you can stuff yourself with fresh oysters, prawns, sashimi and mammoth amount of seafood, why not?

Minoriya (Tanjong Katong)
This is a spill-over effect online coupon purchase. Whether it is Groupon or Streetdeal, another restaurant which is featured would immediately get more search. We all know that being on coupon deals is a double-edged sword – You would get customers, but whether they would return again and again is a different question.

Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant (TripleOne Somerset)
There are many many many steamboat restaurants in Singapore, especially at Bugis, Chinatown and Geylang, but quality ones are few. 2011 told me that quanlity matters a lot more than quantity. With a brand name like Imperial Treasure starting a steamboat place of a different league, this place should come packing this Chinese New Year.

Saizeriya Ristorante (Liang Court)
With rising cost of everything, finding a meal in a restaurant in town for less than $10 is a mean feat. Saizeriya Ristorante is the answer for your craving of Italian-Japanese food, at low cost, for the entire class to have their outing at.

Other Related Entries
Tiffin Room (Raffles Hotel)
Fisherman’s Market (The Central)
Minoriya (Tanjong Katong)
Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant (TripleOne Somerset)
Saizeriya Ristorante (Liang Court)

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