Located on the second floor of a heritage shophouse along Telok Ayer Street, Kabuke is a sake (restaurant) gastrobar that sets the stage for the showcase of sake and contemporary Japanese cuisine. They pride themselves with their Don Bowls, Somen, wide varieties of Tapas and Sake choices. Not the cheapest in town but the quality … More Kabuke; Tatakis, Truffled Dons & Sake
A dual concept S L A T E cafe is the latest addition to the Purvis Street stretch. Aussie style Cafe by day, and an Asian Contemporary Restaurant & Bar by night. Their menu is rather interesting and adventurous which includes dishes like Siew Mai Wellington, Jack & Squash, YY-HKFT etc. Price range is decent … More S L A T E; Contemporary Aussie style affair
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!
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
Stepping into Serenity with a dimly lighted ambiance and spacious seating arrangements exuding posh yet promoting casual and intimate dinning experience. Sangria White ($16). I’m more of a white wine than red wine person as white wine usually have a sweeter finishing note. This sangria cocktail is indeed refreshing with accompaniment of mixtures of citrus … More Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant
Joining the stretch of bars and eateries along Maju Avenue is none other than Plonk. Plonk has actually been around for good 2 years. With a laid back setting and some dim lightings, one is ready for some tapas and drinks for the night. Beside their printed menu, they do have a ‘Specials’ menu for … More Plonk
It feels all pumped up once you step into BWB. BWB’s theme revolves around boxing with a tv screening boxing matches while the dining concept is a food fight between Burgers and Wings! The whole place is not too brightly lighted, a little dim with the boxing arena feel yet bright enough to see where … More BWB-Burger VS Wings Bar