Mediterranean

Roots Mediterranean – new restaurant at Greenwood, Watten Estate (Bukit Timah)

Roots Mediterranean is a new restaurant at Greenwood Avenue. It is situated among a row of shops at the small dining enclave in the expensive residential of Watten Estate in Bukit Timah, Singapore. Roots Meditarranean takes over the space from Rosso Bianco Italian Restaurant (read our review here). If you find that the restaurant looks …

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Spize Siglap

Spize Siglap – Affordable Asian & Western Restaurant

Spize Siglap is a spiffy new outlet of the local restaurant chain known for its value-for-money local & Mediterranean food. The casual restaurant located along East Coast Road near Siglap Centre is representative of the melting pot of Singapore’s mixed cultures. Food on Spize Siglap restaurant’s menu ranges from Nasi Goreng Ayam, Mee Goreng  and Hokkien Prawn …

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Claypots Full Circle Restaurant, Amoy Street – they don’t do claypots

The Claypots Full Circle restaurant on Amoy Street is a collaboration between a restaurant in Melbourne and “their ardent Singaporean supporters”. Apparently, the first Claypots restaurant in Melbourne served primarily claypots and fresh seafood plates. It has evolved into a brand of restaurants said to be known for exceptional seafood dishes. The ardent supporters are a couple of …

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A lazy afternoon of Mediterranean food in Singapore (Orchard Road)

We are experiencing a hot dry spell in Singapore. The sun seems brighter than normal and the dry heat is scorching.  Almost like summer in Spain. The weather inspired us to search for Mediterranean food in Singapore. These days we have quite a bit of Greek and Spanish restaurant choices and we know of only …

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Weekend brunch at new restaurant Summerlong at Quayside

We had brunch at new restaurant Summerlong at Quayside despite the warning from respected food critic Wong Ah Yoke about thumping music and sweltering heat in his review, “Summerlong – A buzzy Mediterranean restaurant with Middle Eastern influences” (ST 4 June 2017). We figured that we could be from a different demographic and therefore be more receptive …

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