Mitzo reinvents the Chinese dining experience, staying true to the philosophy of Cantonese cuisine; focusing on the quality of ingredients and its execution, while retaining its familiarity and authenticity. Through the innovative use of ingredients, each visit brings with it new flavours and a different type of experience. It is conveniently located in Level 4 … More Mitzo – A Cantonese Fine Dining Experience
Don Ho Social Kitchen & Bar serves modern Australian dishes with some resemblance to tapas alike kind of style. The restaurant and bar has an open concept kitchen with intimate seating. Interior was rather nature inspired, alot of greens with big palm leaves kind of decoration. It makes you feel as though you’re stepping into … More Don Ho Social Kitchen & Bar
Le Binchotan is a French-Japanese restaurant based on French techniques and the centuries-old practice of grilling using binchotan — a rare and highly prized Japanese charcoal. The dishes are well curated and each with their very own unique characteristic. Their interior is simple yet futuristic. The use of mirror was a great play which makes … More Le Binchotan – Gastronomical French-Japanese dining
Located along North Bridge Road joining the stretch filled with cafes, cakes and coffee, giving us yet another dessert or after food option! They are usually pretty much full house even on weekdays nights. Their seating area are not big to begin with. In terms of interior, they have taken a minimalist and simplistic approach. … More Monarchs & Milkweed Gelato for Botanical Flavors
Feng Shui Inn is located in the secluded part of Resorts World Sentosa which is accessible via Crockfords Tower Level G2. Helm by Chef Li Kwok Kwong originating from Hong Kong with 28 years of experience at Wah Lok restaurant before joining Feng Shui Inn at age of 49. Feng Shui Inn serves exceptional Cantonese … More Feng Shui Inn for fine delicate Cantonese dishes
Rebranded from Izy in 2019 to Izy Fook (一起福), takes a creative approach towards incorporating the roasted and charred Cantonese meats into quality Izakaya classy dishes. They had a bar area near the entrance; a more spacious dining area at the back; and they do have a VIP enclosed room too. I have been there … More Izy Fook for Amzaing Cha Shu & A5 Kagoshima Wagyu, not forgetting their Banana Rum Pie
Lucid cafe located along 38 Hamilton Road was a 6 month old new addition into the Jalan Basar Cafe scene. It is a collaboration between 37waves (distributor of coffee equipment and tools) and Thoughts Bake. A minimalist concept in shades of white and metal grey giving off the industrial and concrete look. Their menu is … More Lucid Cafe; On cloud nine after having their sweet treats!
Nestled in the CBD area, Lecoq has their focus around chicken dishes and a play of japanese options such as chirashi, raw oysters, uni etc. With an experimental approach in offering a variety of delectable sides, mains and sharing platters, they have provided a decent amount of good options to the customers. Check out their … More LECOQ – Tapas, Uni, Drinks? Spoilt for choice!
A friend and I decided to head to Nagoya for a 4D4N (technically it’s 5 days but our returning flight was early in the morning, so we practically couldn’t do much on the last day thus 4D4N) trip, including counting down to 2020 right at there! There’s quite a bit of last minute changes to … More 4D4N Nagoya Itinerary – A walk down the Cultural landmarks and Scenic views
BTM Mussels & Bar located in Duxton Hill specializes in mussels from Europe. Not only in the classic butter, white wine cooking style but also with some asian elements (eg, Thailandaises & Au Curry) as seen from their menu. Additionally, they have a variety of starters, flambees and boards for sharing too. It’s a rather … More BTM Mussels & Bar – Mediocre Mussels