Wine Universe Millenia Walk Singapore is a restaurant, wine bar and retail-cellar. According to their website, it is a joint venture by a Swiss vintner, Dominique Giroud and Swiss owner, Claude Dizerens. Dominique is also the man behind Wine Universe, a leading wine retailer and brokerage in Switzerland. The Swiss heritage is also discernible from the Swiss items on the food menu and wine list.
Named after Municipal Councillor, Dr J. Murray Robertson, Robertson Quay is one of three quays located along the Singapore River (the others being Boat Quay and Clarke Quay). In the place of the old godowns and shophouses in the area there are now condominiums and hotels. A few of the warehouses have been preserved and restored or incorporated into new developments. As is typical in Singapore, many of these restored buildings become homes to restaurants, cafes and bars, turning Robertson Quay into a vibrant dining and entertainment enclave. Stretched out along the river are buzzing bars as well as family friendly bistros, cosy cafes as well as intimate dinner restaurants. There are many nice F&B places in Robertson Quay and here is The Ordinary Patrons’ (TOP) guide to Restaurants and Cafes in Robertson Quay.
Misato Centrepoint is a casual diner which believes that beauty is an essential ingredient of a Japanese meal. The artful arrangement of food on beautiful tableware adds much to the enjoyment of our simple meal in Misato. Continue reading →
Stärker Signature, Tanjong Pagar Centre is the latest outlet of the Starker Group. They seem to be sprouting outlets all over Singapore. As of today they have three Starker Bistro outlets, two Starker Signature and one each of Starker Music and Starker Q. It seems that the “Bistro” series have more food choices with “German signature roasts as well as popular international dishes” while the Q series at the other end “is a multi-concept bar that serves a variety of cuisines with a local touch at wallet-friendly prices“. The “Signature” outlet at Starker Tanjong Pagar is therefore something in the upper middle segment. What is common through the range is the fresh and fruity beer that Starker is known for.
There are many new restaurants and cafes in Singapore. However, learning about the opening of another swanky restaurant with a celebrity chef can sometimes be like knowing that an ostrich’s eye is bigger than its brain – interesting to know but quite irrelevant to the ordinary patrons. Fortunately, there are also many new nice places in Singapore where we can have a affordable meal. These are comfortable casual dining places where we can have a meal for less than $15 per person. Here is The Ordinary Patrons’ (TOP) list of new affordable eating places – TOP New Cheap and Nice Restaurants in Singapore 2017. We will update this page from time to time so come back and visit once in a while. Please also tell us about great new cheap and nice restaurants that you may come across.
The IndoChili Tanjong Pagar restaurant is a traditional restaurant serving “Halal Authentic Indonesian Cuisines”. The restaurant is located in the basement of Tanjong Pagar Center and has easy access to the MRT station that has exits that lead into the building. We stopped by to try a couple of food items.