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