Tachihara Coffee Singapore at Millenia Walk is a new Japanese cafe. It is related to the Pullman Bakery which is a few doors away in the same mall. Tachihara Coffee serves light food such as toasts, hotdogs and sandwiches. It is a simple but delightful cafe. We have already been there for lunch and just for snacks and coffee. Here is a compilation of what we have eaten at Tachihara Coffee so far.
Monster Curry is a chain of restaurants serving Japanese style curry. Currently they have 11 outlets all over Singapore including places such as Vivo City, Ion Orchard, Suntec City and Jurong Point. Monster Curry’s sauce is said to contain up to 14 different spices and vegetables and require up to two days to cook. We visited the Monster Curry Parkway Parade outlet.
Misato Centrepoint is a casual diner which believes that beauty is an essential ingredient of a Japanese meal. The artful arrangement of food on beautiful tableware adds much to the enjoyment of our simple meal in Misato. Continue reading →
The IndoChili Tanjong Pagar restaurant is a traditional restaurant serving “Halal Authentic Indonesian Cuisines”. The restaurant is located in the basement of Tanjong Pagar Center and has easy access to the MRT station that has exits that lead into the building. We stopped by to try a couple of food items.
Lanzhou is the capital and largest city of Gansu Province in Northwest China. A Chinese Muslim style of beef noodles with clear soup and hand-pulled la mian is a well loved item in Lanzhou’s distinct food culture. Lanzhou is home to one of China’s significant populations of Hui Muslims. Hence the authentic Lanzhou beef noodles (兰州牛肉面) uses only Halal beef. The famed beef noodles of Lanzhou has become very popular throughout China and 牛一嘴 Núodle has brought the Lanzhou specialty to Singapore. Judging by the queue to get into 牛一嘴 Núodle beef noodles restaurant at SingPost Centre, Lanzhou beef noodles must also be popular in Singapore.
Racines Sofitel Singapore is a new restaurant in a new hotel, Sofitel Singapore City Centre. It is located in the same complex as the Tanjong Pagar Centre. According to the Racines restaurant website, they serve a menu of traditional French classics and timeless Chinese dishes. The restaurant name “Racines” is French for roots. They apparently use herbs grown at the Sofitel hotel’s own herb garden. We were there for lunch.