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TripleOne Somerset – 5 Best Dining Choices at Orchard

TripleOne Somerset, which the taxi uncles still like to call PUB or Singapore Power Building, is just across the Somerset MRT and offers some different dining experiences. I go there often to grab my groceries from FairPrice Finest, some bread from Imperial Treasure Bakery, or meet up with friends over a meal at its restaurants. […]

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Tapas 24 – If You Have Time For Only One Tapas Bar In Barcelona

[Barcelona, Spain] One who wants to feel the pulse of Barcelona city just needs to enter TapaÇ24. Also, if you want to have a taste of the El Bulli alumni, this will probably be one of the most affordable, and most approachable options. The celebrity chef behind Tapas 24 is Carles Abellan, who formerly worked […]

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Bull and Butcher – Competent Steakhouse, Can Do with Some Beefing Up

Admittedly, for a restaurant called “Bull and Butcher”, I did expect much more from the steak dishes. Though this new steakhouse at the freshly-renovated Plaza Singapura (taking over the old Café Cartel) does have a range of appetisers, soups (such as the Baked Onion Soup) and sides that leaves a deeper impression on the taste […]

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Tamoya Udon Chinatown Point – Love The Udon, Not The Tempura

Udon, the thick Japanese wheat flour noodles, never really caught on the waves in Singapore like ramen or soba. That was before Tamoya Udon came along at Liang Court, and I know many who are converted fans and swear this is one of the best udon available locally. Tamoya’s udon propelled to fame after it […]

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Nara Thai Cuisine – One of Bangkok’s Best, Opening in Singapore

[Bangkok, Thailand] Nara Thai Cuisine is the kind of restaurant for the richer Thais, which transforms the usual street food into posh versions, complete with beautiful and elegant plating. They are after all chosen as one of the Best restaurants in Thailand consistently, by Tatler Magazine that is. Nara restaurant was founded in 2003 by […]

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Craft Bakery & Café – 3 Inch Sin People Opens a Café at Holland Village

The 3 Inch Sin people who are known for their wondrously rich molten lava cakes have opened a new café at Holland Village. It is about time. Feels like Holland Village has a lot of ‘night places’ and dinner choices, and a chill-out café to to hang out for a coffee chat with friends and […]

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[Closed] Bear Bites 熊の食 Singapore – Cute Taiwanese Bear Paw Burgers Arrives

Cute, cute, cute! From kitties to Minions, some Singaporeans would go all fuzzy over endearing adorable wide-eyed things that would sell off the shelves. The next that has arrived in Singapore at Scape (Updated: The branch at Scape has closed and they have moved to Bugis Junction) are these Taiwanese-Chinese burgers Bear Bites 熊の食 with […]

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Lee’s Taiwanese – Almost Close to Authentic Taste of Taiwan

You would hardly not take note of the décor of Lee’s Taiwanese if you are at Star Vista, gaudy red lanterns hanging down from the ceilings. The same flashy lanterns are the design feature at its new branch at JEM. The décor does remind your of the street nights of Taiwan (oh, how I miss […]

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Tsukada Nojo – Amazing Beauty Pot Opens 2nd Branch at Chinatown Point

Many could not believe that Tsukado Nojo indicated “closed” and “full house” at 7pm. There were still 3 more hours to closing. Well sir, I got my reservation at 5:30pm, and only managed to get in for my collagen soup after an hour’s wait. Moral of the story: Register your name at the counter, give […]

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Sushi Kou – $50 Omakase Meal? Make Your Bookings

Updated: Sushi Kou’s Omakase prices are now $50, $80 and $100. Both the $50 and $80 omakase sets are 7-course affairs (which is indeed more affordable than many other omakase meals). The $80 set comes with more premium sashimi and sushi, while the $100 set has more upscale ingredients with an additional course of Grilled […]

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