15 Stamford by Alvin Leung is the signature restaurant at Capitol Kempinski Hotel. It bears the name of the celebrity chef behind the 3 Michelin-starred Bo Innovation in Hong Kong. The $29 or $39++ set lunch is a good deal to dine at this posh restaurant.
Itameshi, or “Italian food” in Japanese, has become very popular and Japanese-Italian fusion cuisine is said to be the up and coming culinary trend. Monte Risaia Japanese Italian Restaurant gives us an opportunity to find out what is all the fuss about.
Marina Bay Sands houses several restaurants by acclaimed celebrity chefs and a few of the most expensive restaurants in Singapore. Chinoiserie by Justin Quek is one of the celebrity chef restaurants in MBS which offer relatively affordable lunch.
British Hainan is a quaint cosy restaurant in Joo Chiat. Located at the junction of Crane Road and Carpmael Road, British Hainan sells vintage collectibles and serves the rather unique blend of British and Peranakan dishes as prepared by Hainanese chefs.
OmoOmo fuses Korean and Japanese flavours and cooking techniques with other cuisines to create interesting noodle and rice bowls. It also offers reasonably priced bento sets and combo meals. Like many F&B establishments in Singapore, OmoOmo now offers online ordering and pickup and delivery services.