Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodles at Esplanade

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Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodles at Esplanade

One of the special things about Singapore is the hawker food experience in old coffee shops and food centres. These are places that are usually warm and congested, with hardly any ambience or service worth talking about, but with good food at affordable prices. However, there is a trend of hawkers opening up standalone eateries in posh locations. Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodles at Esplanade is the latest hawker stall to move upscale. From Pek Kio Market in Little India to the Esplanade Mall by Marina Bay is a big leap. Does the good old prawn noodles taste the same in a modish air-conditioned environment? Continue reading →

Just point and eat at Kurama Robatayaki restaurant @ Millenia Walk

Japanese restaurant Kurama Robatayaki at Millenia Walk has a split personality. The front part of the place looks like a standup bar in a rough neighbourhood. Wire fencing and empty bottles are used to make up the shop front. The counters are propped up by empty beer crates. But be brave and venture deeper and the beautiful side of Kurama Robatayaki reveals itself.

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Set Lunch at Acqua e Farina Singapore

Today, we take you with us to our set lunch at Acqua e Farina Singapore, the Italian restaurant at Rail Mall in Upper Bukit Timah.  This restaurant was formerly known as Galbiati Gourmet Deli until late last year.  ” Acqua e Farina” means water and flour in Italian – essential ingredients which go into making pizza and pasta.  Always popular with folks working in this part of town because of the free parking available, Rail Mall now gets even more human traffic with the opening of the new Hillview Station on the Downtown Line which is a 5 minute walk away.

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Dal.komm Coffee Singapore opens in Centrepoint

The new Dal.komm Coffee Singapore cafe opened in Centrepoint recently. Just as  Katz’s Delicatessen became well-known by hosting the famous scene of Meg Ryan’s contrived happiness in When Harry Met Sally, Dal.komm Coffee is well-loved by fans of Korean drama hit – Descendants Of The Sun (DOTS).  According to their website, the cafe was launched by Danal, a mobile payment company. The name comes from combining “Dal” from Danal and “komm” which is “come” in German to form the phrase “come to Danal”.

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Roost Singapore – Chicken restaurant opens in time for the Rooster year at Centrepoint

Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to Orchard Central and away from Centrepoint, where a new chicken restaurant Roost Singapore just opened. The chicken restaurant opens in time for the Rooster year.  This could be the place to go to have gatherings for the Chinese New Year. We stopped by at Roost Singapore for lunch.

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Lunch at Owl Cafe National Gallery Singapore

Owl Cafe Kueh Set

It seems like only a while ago that National Gallery Singapore (NGS) opened to much fanfare but it has already celebrated its first anniversary. National Gallery Singapore houses a large collection of Singapore and Southeast Asian art and is the venue for exhibitions as well as an array of exciting events and programmes including performances, family activities, children creative workshops and more. NGS has also become a dining destination and can even boast a 2 Michelin Star restaurant. The new Owl Cafe National Gallery Singapore adds to the diversity of dining options at NGS, offering good local coffee, toasts, traditional kuehs and a selection of simple local dishes like hor fun and crab meat balls in chicken broth.

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