In lieu of the continued escalation of infection cases in Singapore, a month long “Circuit Breaker” (CB) was announced & taken effect from April 7, 2020 until May 4, 2020. Today is April 16, 2020… We’re now at the 10th day mark, but numbers continue to rise exponentially over the past few days. latest news:…
Note: We’re (Singapore) not undergoing lock down yet, but while we busy ourselves with what we’re busy with, please adhere to strict hygiene practices, and PLEASE do our part in keeping a safe distance (3ft = ±1m). It’s been nearly 2 months since the first confirmed case made landfall in Singapore, and sporadic clusters emerged…
… cool to be chilling down at the Esplanade, have a meal or some drinks with your makan kakis, caressed by the marina breeze, attention interrupted by live band music from the amphitheater, and passing crowds.
The fun thing about fusion has an element of surprise, because apart from the obvious, none will ever know what to expect of the renditions of dishes listed.
All in all, I find the ambiance to be somewhat calming, while the waiting staff are busily running the floor, I can see myself revisiting for sips on their cocktails, or feasting on their Classic Pizzas, especially the Margherita DOP, come to think of it, I shall try out their pastas too.
I’ve been an avid fan of the Original Zinger Burger since its inception in the 90s, and it’s been a mainstay on the menu all these years. When I caught wind of the Mighty Zinger Burger, I knew I had to give it a try.
It’s now the month of September, do check out the new September & October exclusive Pounder Burger. Yes, it’s not a quarter… it’s massive. The #pounderburgerchallenge starts on September 16 to October 11, 2019. Who knows, I just might be up for the challenge, maybe.
All in all, the experience at The Sampan was good. The service rendered is very personable, and the classic dishes rolled out & presented in ways never attempted before, is impressive. In terms of price & placement, I think is just about right. In fact, some of the dishes are good bang for buck.
Worth a visit if you haven’t already done so, and I’ve a good feeling that you’ll be revisiting for more good stuff.
The crisp in the skin is truly different from canto style crispy pork belly, and is also really different from the Chinese suckling pigs that we’re accustomed to. The portion is generous, and chopped almost an inch thick!
…because the bicentennial is a celebration none shall miss, Ichiban Boshi has cleverly put their creativity to the works. For a limited period, available through July 9 to August 26, 2019 only. These dishes are only prepared a la minute, so, do expect a bit of waiting time, subject to dining capacity & orders, estimate 15-20min perhaps.
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.