While White Restaurant got its namesake from their most popular dish, the White Seafood Bee Hoon, they also have other Zi Char dishes worth trying out.
Ring in the New Year at the following establishments, which offer sumptuous festive lunch or brunch menus.
If you find yourself in the area and looking for a place to unwind and satiate the appetite, you won’t go wrong with the offerings at The Parlour Mirage.
Many establishments in Singapore have succumbed to the COVID-19 pandemic, with dozens of closures in the last few months.
This Golden Sun Bird tasting menu is Chef Eugene’s attempts at not only elevating the cuisine of Sichuan but also, in his efforts, a welcome education for the jaded.
If you’re looking for a good old American fare – from burgers to fried chicken and smoked ribs - here are some restaurants to consider.
Li Nanxing's Curry Chicken Set and Hae Bee Hiam Croissant sounds too good to miss, so we pop down to the bakery located within Taste supermarket at Holland Raffles V Mall, to try it out.
It is places like Catfish that exemplifies what it means to take risks and have faith.
Jaan had to be temporarily closed for five months, and the road to reopening was not without challenges.
Perched on the fringes of Singapore River at the broader area of Singapore’s CBD, Kinki commands an impressive view of the bay across which sits Marina Bay Sands and to the right, towering office buildings—the financial heartbeat of this nation.
Meet Dominic Tan, the 28-year-old founder and CEO of Ajumma’s, a casual Korean restaurant serving up Korean comfort food to the masses.
Chef Jason Tan was instrumental in taking Corner House to a much-coveted Michelin star, and many wondered if this new entrant will keep the stars shining equally bright against the beautiful setting of Singapore Botanic Gardens.
Food-wise, you'll be spoilt for choice—there’s classic local dishes, toasts, breakfast sets, sandwiches, pasta, protein.
Zouk’s most recent and audacious pivot is, of course, Capital Kitchen. What was once a space dedicated to working professionals and guests with a preference for the finer things in life, has now been transformed into a 100-seater dining destination helmed by the kitchen of RedTail next door.
Enter The Butcher’s Wife—Tiong Bahru’s slice of a gluten-free haven for celiacs and other diners with a lifestyle to maintain.
Expect creamy broth filled to the brim with meat at the 11th new concept from Ramen Keisuke. Here's the full review.
There’s a selection of three rolls to indulge in—Lobster Roll (S$25.50), Crab Roll (S$23.50) and Shrimp Roll (S$21.50). The fillings are very generous to the point of overflowing off the top of the split-top buns—it can and will get gloriously messy.
Lobsters come to mind when we think of premium seafood dishes and the recent years saw an uptick in various lobster eateries opening up in Singapore.
If eating out in restaurants is part of your plan, why not check out deals from websites such as Klook, which provides discounted coupons for dine-ins?
At the centre of this establishment is Andrea De Paola, a young head Chef with roots in Milan and Italy. The menu he curates here at Zafferano is primarily influenced by his memories of food growing up as well as reverence towards ingredients found in the places where he once travelled or worked.