Man Fu Yuan restaurant has been The Chinese restaurant at the Intercontinental Singapore since the hotel opened two decades ago. It was the place we decided to go for Chinese cuisine when we were in the Bugis Junction area. As in the case of the better Cantonese restaurants in town, weekend lunch time dim sum is a popular event at Man Fu Yuan. It was full house soon after we were there recently. Reservations are essential.
Mahota Commune is an integrated organic grocery, lifestyle and wellness centre and dining destination (see our earlier post on Mahota Singapore). The restaurant, Mahota Kitchen 泰生厨房, serves Italian fusion food as well as hot pots. Mahota says that they believe that ‘you don’t have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces, just good food from fresh ingredients’. We had dinner at Mahota Kitchen and would agree that minimal cooking using fresh ingredients could result in a satisfying tasty meal.
Yhingthai Palace Thai Restaurant has been in business in Singapore since the 90s. It has always been a popular Thai restaurant in Singapore. With its newly awarded status as a Michelin Bib Gourmand Thai restaurant, one can only expect that it will only get harder to get a table there during peak hours.