We often pine for the good old days when restaurants served good dim sum on push carts. In a way, we got what we wished for, and more, when we went for dim sum at Min Jiang, Goodwood Park Hotel. The restaurant was busy. We did not make a reservation and was offered a table outdoor on the verandah by the pool. It was a lovely setting.
Good curry in a nice retro setting is what Curry Times offers. The folks of Old Chang Kee who have curry puff kiosks everywhere have now started to serve curries and other local food in their Curry Times chain restaurants as well as the self-service sister chain Curry Times Tingkat. Curry Times serve curry rice, curry noodles and curry fish head. Continue reading →
Cedele opened a bakery cafe in 112 Katong earlier this year. They offer a good range of sandwiches, salads and soups. It has long opening hours and is a good place for breakfast or late supper and anything in between. The bakery also gives those living nearby a great option should they realise late in the evening that they have forgotten to buy bread for the next day’s breakfast.
Before we write about the restaurant, let’s get its location right first. It is at Orchard Central@Emerald which is the small building on the same side of the road as Centrepoint. It is linked by the tubular overhead bridge across Orchard Road to its big brother, Orchard Central. Located on the fifth floor, Tburu is a newly opened Japanese restaurant where we had lunch recently.
May 2017 – Penang Place has relocated to Suntec City, West Wing (below Convention Center) #02-314 to 316 Singapore 038983. Tel : 6467-7003
Penang Place Restaurant in Connexis, Fusionapolis has a team of chefs from Penang that whip up delicious Penang food. It looks like they need a bigger team of chefs as the appetite of Singaporeans for Penang food seem to be insatiable. We went to Penang Place for their buffet lunch but did not get to try their famous Penang Char Kway Teow. Everytime the buffet tray for the fried kway teow was topped up, it was emptied by the other diners even before we could say “chope”!