The Quarters is a cozy little eatery that has a modern retro feel in the interior décor, wall murals & pendant lighting. Capacity wise, I’d estimate seats 25-30pax comfortably. Patrons who’re aware of their existence, know they’ll be getting best bang for buck meals, that Chef & crew endeavors to deliver with pride and without prejudice – Singapore’s signature tastes/flavors.
Rookery serves like a watering hole in the African plains; café by day and morphs into a gastrobar by night (with live band on Thursdays & Friday nights to boot), offers respite for professionals in the CBD. Be it a late morning caffeine boost, or tie-loosening fluids after office hours, or swap them around for those clocking 2 time zones.
Beginning since April 2019, Ginett has raised the “steaks” in presenting their very own Dry Aged steaks. The Aussie Black Angus are curated from Australian beef produces such as Rangers Valley, O’Connor Beef and Stockyard, who’re renowned for their prime cut selections, most notable for their consistency, flavor, tenderness & succulence.
At 13 stages, steaming is their signature style of clean & healthy cooking. And it’d be counter effective to be offering greasy rice. Their rice has no traces of the oils, but is not lacking in the fragrance & flavor of typical chicken rice. Their soup is also light & clear, that’s to my liking.
Kafe UTU offers some of the best selections of true blue cuisines from the different corners of the African continent. Located at the edge of Jiak Chuan Road, the owner, Kurt, spent a good amount of time, effort & budget to jazz out the sleepy conservation shop-house building built in the early 20th century.
In my opinion, I like the lightness of their Lor Mee. There’s the option of the battered fish fillet version, and the upmarket battered prawns version. Either way, I’ve tried both, and I reckon the integrity of the tastes & noodle doneness is very consistent.
Spotted the new facelift at Nex on a casual evening, decided to give it a try.
The Puma King Top di FG Mens Football Boots serve up a traditional look on the pitch with a stitched leather forefoot, central lacing and fold over tongue, complete with a Puma King motif and a logo to the heel.
Mother’s Day is this weekend!!! So, if you haven’t thought of the right place to dine at; visiting the heritage that celebrates their matriarchy, is most appropriate. Be sure to make your reservations early, because the Peranakan community take their Mother’s Day seriously.
Straits Café is a go-to place for buffet within proximity of Bras Basar & Bencoolen MRT, for buffets. They’ve been known for their feature of their Malaccan straits food, as well as select glimpses of Malaysian dishes.
Cast Iron ensures their quality of ingredients are procured intercontinental & air flown regularly, and almost every dish they serve, are made in-house from scratch. And since they have the luxury of freshness, I believe nobody should deny themselves the Omakase experience.
Fumee is probably the only joint (in the proximity of the marina promenade), that opens their kitchen beyond midnight; for they close at 0200hrs on weekdays, 0230hrs on Fridays & Saturdays. And they roll the shutters 30 to midnight on Sundays.