Chopsuey Cafe @ Martin Road (Outlet Closed)


Chopsuey Cafe is what happens when you cross a Chinese restaurant with P.S. Cafe. Having achieved great success, the folks behind P.S. cafe are now going into another dining genre. Chopsuey Cafe is their new modern Chinese-fusion restaurant concept which interprets classic Chinese dishes with a modern (Singapore?) twist. The restaurant at 38 Martin Road is their second Chopsuey Cafe (the first being located at Dempsey).

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Fordham & Grand – intimate bistro bar for lovers and lovers of fine food (Closed)

Fordham & Grand

[Oct 2015 update: this restaurant has closed]

The discreet Fordham & Grand at Craig Road is so well hidden that you may have difficulty locating it. It has a small sign next to a nondescript brown door. Only a small menu board below the sign gives any indication that food is served beyond the door. Open the door and you are greeted with a dimly lit stately setting with lots of dark brown wood and black leather. The ambiance makes it an ideal place for an intimate dinner. The food is good too. Continue reading →

A Tai-Tai’s Paradise – Arteastiq Boutique Tea House

Arteastiq Boutique Tea House

Arteastiq Boutique Tea House is located on the fourth level of Mandarin Gallery along Orchard Road. Once you get past its rather ordinary looking entrance, you step into a different world. The wall of tropical greenery outside the floor-to-ceiling windows is a magnificent sight. This surely can’t be Orchard Road – but it is. This very quiet place is luxuriously appointed and serves healthy food with designer teas.  As we observed the well-groomed clientele that trickled in for lunch, we realised that we had unwittingly stumbled into a tai tai’s paradise! Continue reading →

Patisserie G

Patisserie G

I stopped by Patisseie G at Millenia Walk today. It seemed to have doubled in size since the last time I was at MW some months back when it was a small outlet with very limited seating.  Now its shopfront has doubled in length.  They must be doing something right.

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