28 Sep 2020
Dragon Bowl

Dragon Bowl: Imperial Cuisine At Friendly Prices

Stepping into Dragon Bowl can be quite intimidating with its posh decor, and gleaming chandeliers. But don’t let that dissuade you if you’re a bargain hunter! While the food can’t be compared to some...

Bao Makers x Butler’s Steakbar: Creative buns and quality steak

Residing in the shop house space formerly occupied by Phat Cat Laundry is the 2-in-1 concept of Bao Makers x Butler's Steakbar. For unique locally and internationally inspired takes on the humble bao, rice...

Christmas at The Song of India

This festive season, The Song of India presents a collection of limited edition festive hampers, takeaway Christmas feasts and exlusive restaurant set menus. Expect Christmas-inspired Indian food from Southeast Asia's only Michelin star Indian...
SORA Kuro Maguro Toro Don

Sora: ANA’s New Japanese Mecca in Changi

Wherever you may be flying, your Japanese dining options at Changi just improved. SORA (from the Japanese word for sky) the flashy food hall just opened by ANA, is located right above check in aisle...
Seoul Yummy - Hyeong Cheese Pot ($69.90)

Seoul Yummy: New look and dishes

Seoul Yummy, the Korean chain with eight locations around Singapore, is doing a bit of re-invention heading into the new year.  We were invited to check out the new concept, located in the also...

The Quarters: Familiar favourites with a twist

Tucked away in a relatively hidden corner of Icon Village is unassuming “Modsin” restaurant The Quarters. You wouldn’t guess by its plain interiors and bare furniture, but their brand new dinner menu would put...
CHAR Restaurant

CHAR Restaurant: A taste of Hong Kong in Singapore

First appearing on the dining scene in 2014, CHAR Restaurant has moved from its humble home on Guillemard Road to Jalan Besar which is slowly becoming a trendy hub of modern restaurants, eateries, pubs and bars. Now...
Tocha Bistro

Tocha Bistro: Western fare by Rochor River

Along the Rocher River in the offbeat Lavender district sits Tocha Bistro. Tocha (pronounched tor-shay), the Portuguese word for 'torch' provides a gentle glow of the river and a little haven away from hectic...

Aburiya & The Container: Wagyu by the river

Amongst the proliferation of tourist trap seafood restaurants and bars lining the Boat Quay riverside, you'll find sitting side by side, the double concept Aburiya Japanese Wagyu Yakiniku and The Container Wagyu Tapas &...

Singapore Coffee Festival: indulge in coffee and Instagram-worthy treats!

Check out what's in store at Singapore Coffee Festival presented by DBS Bank.