Operation Burger in Joo Chiat is a tiny burger joint in a coffee shop, Jia Yuen Eating House at the junction of Crane Road and Carpmael Road. If you are looking for an escape from the crowded, glitzy burger places like Shake Shack and its trendy patrons, this may be the place.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Singapore is a steak restaurant at Intercontinental Singapore Robertson Quay. It is part of an international chain of steakhouses by Wolfgang Zwiener that serves only USDA Prime Black Angus steak. We tried the weekend roasted prime rib from the brunch / lunch menu.
The queue at Shake Shack Orchard, Singapore’s third Shake Shack outlet was not as bad as we feared, so we waited in line at Liat Towers to finally try the famous burgers on SG soil.
SPRMRKT in the Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI) building in Robertson Quay along the Singapore River is now simply known as SPRMRKT at STPI. It used to occupy two storeys and had two concepts – a more casual SPRMRKT Daily and a posh SPRMRKT Kitchen (read about our previous visit to SPRMRKT Kitchen & Bar, Robertson Quay). SPRMRKT at STPI now only operates on the ground level but it means that diners will have a nice view of the river. The all day dining cafe opens early and is a great place for breakfast or brunch by the river.
Capitol Milk Bar is one of the latest food outlets at The Capitol Kempinski hotel. This new opening brings even more choices to the Capitol Piazza zone. The new Capitol Milk Bar is a re-creation of the Magnolia Snack Bar from back in the 1960’s when it was in the old Capitol Building Singapore. We thought it was a good re-creation, except for one important thing.
Morganfield’s VivoCity is one of the four outlets of Morganfield’s in Singapore. They are known for their American BBQ prime pork ribs which they call “Sticky Bones spare ribs”. But that was not what attracted me to have lunch there recently. It was the “Top Value Set Lunch” sign.