Sufood is a recently opened restaurant at level 2 of Raffles City. It described itself as a meat-free concept restaurant serving Italian-inspired vegetarian cuisine – offering 5-colour groups of vegetables & fruits to give you a variety of nutrients.Read More »Sufood : Italian-inspired vegetarian cuisine
Diamond Kitchen is a Chinese restaurant inside Laguna Park at Marine Parade Road, which serves Cantonese and Teochew food at reasonable prices. The location is a little unusual as it is within the compound of an old condominium. We thought we had stumbled upon a little known secret but apparently the restaurant already had quite a big following. We were told that a reservation would be highly recommended, especially during weekends.
Peach Garden Noodle House is run by the people behind the famous Chinese restaurant chain Peach Garden. Their noodle house concept offers a more casual and affordable option for Chinese food.Read More »Peach Garden Noodle House @ White Sands
Jiang Nan Chun is a Chinese restaurant located on the second floor of the Four Seasons Hotel.
At lunch time it offers a dim sum menu as well as a few set lunch options. Today we decided to go with the Set B. As you can see from the pictures, Jiang Nan Chuan has refined the Chinese culinary experience beyond that of simply tasting good to a level akin to the Japanese experience of “eating with your eyes”. The presentation of the food, the crockery used and the service were of a very high level.
Singapore restaurants serving Dim Sum can be found everywhere. Even food courts serve decent dim sum. We pick our Top 5 Places for Dim Sum in Singapore – The Ordinary Patrons’ favourites. These are places which had visited and liked.Read More »Top 5 Places for Dim Sum in Singapore