Power Coffeehouse, a quaint cafe situated in the now defunct To-gather cafe, cooks up a storm of all your local favorites such as Claypot Curry Chicken, Claypot Chi Kut Teh (Chicken version of Bak Kut Teh), Laksa Hokkien Mee, Nasi Goreng, Kaya Toast etc! The furnishing are done simply resembling that of an old school … More Power Coffeehouse; Air-conditioned local delights kopitiam cafe
Step into a refined dining experience at Le Fusion, nestled near Singapore River. It has a bright chic oriental interior with an inviting atmosphere. As the name sounds, it brings joy in fusing flavors. Bringing you the one of the more creative and innovative of East meet West experience. Something you don’t see it as … More Le Fusion; Delightful fusion dishes yay or nay?
Located among one of the shop houses along the stretch of Boat Quay sits Babasan. Their concept is modern asian japanese fusion and the food goes rather well with the beers. Not only that, their portion is huge! We overestimated ourselves and ordered a main each and 2 sides for sharing, end up we had … More Babasan; Modern Asian Japanese fusion
Located in the vicinity of Botanic Gardens, right at Serene Centre is Elixir Boutique Roaster, housed right with Fat Belly. They are a local boutique coffee roaster whom take lots of pride in every cup that they serve, from bean to bar. They dished out a variety of brunch items and local delights. A very … More Elixir Boutique Roaster; the magic potion to fusion and generosity
Fook Kin located along the Killiney stretch of Orchard welcomes a steady stream of crowd who is there for none other than their superb crackling roast. Keeping a very traditional and asian chinese outlook for the shopfront with bit and pieces of some hipster neon light decorations for the interior. A good play between modernity … More Fook Kin; for their Crackling Roast
The first integrative wine-and-dine bistro developed by Singapore’s leading wine & spirits retailer – 1855 The Bottle Shop. Perch serves imaginative yet familiar Asian-European fusion dishes rich in Southeast Asian flavours, that is artfully complemented with a tipple off 1855 The Bottle Shop’s extensive wine selection. An all-day, casual dining oasis – a sanctuary amidst … More Perch; Dine & Wine with 1855 The Bottle Shop
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
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!
It’s common to see people trying out Prawn Noodle Soup at home, but what about Homecooked Hokkien Prawn Mee? Is it difficult? It may look difficult but it’s not that difficult actually! Hokkien Prawn Mee is characterized by it’s Yellow Noodle, Pork Lard and the essence of a good Prawn Stock. But being your own … More Recipe: Homecooked Hokkien Prawn Mee