Izy Fook; Amzaing Cha Shu & A5 Kagoshima Wagyu, not forgetting their Banana Rum Pie

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; Amzaing Cha Shu & A5 Kagoshima Wagyu, not forgetting their Banana Rum Pie

LECOQ – Tapas, Uni, Drinks? Spoilt for choice!

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!

Kafe Utu

Kafe Utu is a uniquely African café and lounge celebrating the diverse flavors and dishes from a vast and culinary exciting continent, mixed with breakfast, brunch and tapas favorites from around the world.  They even sourced for their own furniture and some are even specially handmade. It brings about a very tribal and african ambiance. … More Kafe Utu

Sushiro

Located in a precarious location at the basement of Thomson Plaza, it could easily be missed if not for the snaking queue or the adorable sushiro bear stand. Limited seating available and they pride themselves by serving fresh sashimi, sashimi don or donburi at wallet friendly price. Simple sumptuous menu filled with mouth-watering sushi and … More Sushiro

Mak’s Noodle

The famous Mak’s Noodle from Hongkong has made its arrival right to our doorsteps in Singapore a couple of months back. Located in the basement of Centrepoint Orchard, with the surroundings somewhat quiet. The eatery was constantly filled with customers but the queue was not snaking long as what i was expecting. What they have … More Mak’s Noodle

Molly Roffey’s

Molly Roffey’s Irish Pub has been around in the Singapore scene for quite a while. Molly Roffey’s is quite unique to not only be a pub that telecasts live soccer matches, houses a live band performance but also a corner for the most in trend installation – dart machine! They basically have all the best … More Molly Roffey’s

Lepark

Located all the way up at Level 6 of People Park Complex with a bird eye view overseeing the whole bustling chinatown landscape. Welcomed by a pink luminous Lepark signboard and behind this metal grill gate revealed a hip and unpretentious row of bar counter and open kitchen. The common area is filled with old … More Lepark

Knuckles

I like how bistros and cafes are popping up in the neighborhood these days instead. It certainly brings about more choices and conveniences right to the heartland! The simplicity in the creative use of crates and wooden planks as their furnishing coupled with dim lighting has mystically give the place a casual and cozy finishing … More Knuckles