TAP Craft Beer Raffles City is a modern pub that serves a range of craft beers on tap and food to eat with the booze. At $10++ a pint throughout the day, TAP seemed like the place to go for a drink and some quick bites on a hot day.
We visited V Dining restaurant at Scotts Square when it first opened in 2019. It made a great first impression on us. We revisited V Dining recently. The food is still very good.
Keng Heng Whampoa Teochew Lor Mee (庆兴黄埔潮州卤面) and Yu Pan (御品果条汤) at Foodfare coffeeshop at Ghim Moh Link were two new places that we visited recently. It seems like we will be returning to this part of south-west Singapore quite frequently.
One of the reasons to visit Zion Riverside Food Centre is the char kway teow of No.18 Zion Road Fried Kway Teow. The Zion Road food centre is closed for renovations but fans of No.18 Zion Road Fried Kway Teow can still get their fix at Chinatown Complex Food Centre.
Shima restaurant at Goodwood Park Hotel was the first teppanyaki restaurant in Singapore, set up in 1980. It is also said to be the oldest Japanese restaurant in Singapore. We tried the Shima restaurant teppanyaki semi-buffet with unlimited servings of chicken and beef tenderloin during the end-December holidays.
Mun’s Seafood Pao Fan is a new stall in a Ghim Moh coffeeshop that is drawing in the crowds. It is opened by a chef with an impressive CV. Chef Chan How Mun had a long career at top Singapore Chinese restaurants such as Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant at Carlton Hotel.