KINEX Mall (previously known as One KM Mall) in Tanjong Katong is situated between City Plaza and Haig Road Food Centre. The mall is linked to the residential tower known as Katong Regency and is a five minute walk from the Paya Lebar MRT station. There is no lack of eating places at KINEX Mall – whether you just want coffee, snacks or something more substantial.
We have a love and hate relationship with Suntec City. We hate its carpark which is dark, low and has a confusing layout. But we love the Suntec City restaurants and food places. The sheer variety (there are more than a hundred of them) means that we can always find something to eat there. Here is The Ordinary Patrons’ (TOP) list of Suntec City restaurants and food places that should appeal to different tastes and at all budgets. We have provided links to our reviews (where available) which will contain more information about each restaurant. We have a directory of restaurants and some parking information at Suntec City at the end of this post.
The Dempsey dining area is possibly the most pleasant dining location in Singapore. It has a wide mix of food choices, a laid back atmosphere, big open spaces with lots of trees and, very importantly, free parking. The success of the concept can be seen in the stability of the tenants. Many of them have been there for years. Some major changes in 2018 has prompted us to refresh our list of Dempsey Restaurants. Serving as a guide to the Dempsey restaurants and to help our readers decide what to eat at Dempsey, here is The Ordinary Patrons’ (TOP) List of Dempsey Restaurants (updated). We have tried most of the restaurants listed and have provided links to our reviews which contain more information and where you can see more pictures of the places and the menus.
Please pardon the acronyms in the title, I am trying to keep it short, yet contain enough information. We had a lot of food for lunch the other day, including two items with Michelin credentials. Tiong Bahru Market and Food Centre has such a wide range of food choices, a few of which are listed in the Singapore Michelin Guide. This time we tried two of them: Lor Mee 178 and Jian Bo Shui Kueh. We also had fried noodles from Tiong Bahru Fried Kway Teow and a beautiful dessert from Tian Tian Yuan.
As Singapore celebrates her 53rd National Day, Changi Airport is one of the many things Singaporeans can be proud of. Changi Airport was voted by air travellers as the world’s best at the 2018 World Airport Awards for the sixth consecutive year. Changi’s newest terminal – Terminal 4 or T4 – has a host of innovative and experiential features. It is the first terminal to use facial recognition for check-in and immigration clearance. T4 has the dancing Petalclouds, a 70m by 5m LED Immersive Wall, a Heritage Zone and a Boulevard of Trees. There are features designed with #selfie and #foodgram in mind. There will also soon be a new five-storey ‘chandelier-inspired’ playground in the departure area. The installation art features climbing nets and a pole for people to slide down at 2m intervals. We are most happy to find that Changi Airport Terminal 4 is a great place to eat – both in the public area and in the transit area.