I honestly cannot think of anything more 2020 than an elevated consciousness about what we put in our body, paired with an innate sense of consequence—an understanding that everything we do, including what we eat, does have an impact on this planet, though the ripple itself seems so far removed.
To start this review proper, allow me the indulgence to declare: The burgers at Wildfire are a welcome source of comfort, but it is their fried chicken that deserves the highest and most generous of praise.
Kabuke is no stranger to the vibrant food scene at Telok Ayer Street, having set up home here since 2017.
The kitchen is the heartbeat of the operations at Allium. Here, they pride themselves on food that is eco-conscious using produce that is sustainable and fully utilised.
SINGAPORE — I'm sitting in a warmly-lit Ding Dong just off Amoy Street and am reminded of the eclectic décor that adorns restaurants in Berlin. Vintage hand-drawn posters from the 70s and 80s are prominently plastered on these walls, probably a reflection of the owner's taste for pop art from a bygone era.