Binomio Spanish Restaurant has a plain looking exterior. Being a restaurant on the ground floor of the drab Craig Road multi-storey carpark is not the most glamorous location. But Binomio won us over in the course of a lunch.
With curbs on self-service buffets in Singapore, restaurants are turning to a la carte buffets to satisfy Singaporeans’ craving for the all you can eat deals. Tung Lok Seafood a la carte buffets are value for money deals for lunch or dinner.
Frenchie Wine Bar at Teck Lim Road is a small place that has a wide range of wines and a limited food selection. There is intense competition among f & b outlets at the Keong Saik Road area. Why did we pick Frenchie?
Sake Hall at Katong Square is a restaurant established by Tanesei Trading, a wholesaler in Japanese food and sake products and the sole agent for the Japanese Prestige Sake Association in Singapore. Tanesei is also the local partner of Baikohken Japanese Ramen Restaurant in Singapore. Patrons can thus expect to find nice ramen and a good array of sake at Sake Hall.
Ah Orh Seafood Restaurant (亚乌海鲜楼) has a history that goes back 100 years. It is possibly Singapore’s oldest Teochew restaurant. Like many people who like Teochew food, we have known of Ah Orh Teochew restaurant at Jalan Bukit Merah (formerly at Ellenborough Market) for a long time. But did not realise it goes back 100 years!