The Casino and Universal Studios are the main attractions of Singapore integrated resort, Resorts World Sentosa. Another attraction, which is more appealing to us, is the wide collection of dining options. In addition to the celebrity restaurants with multiple Michelin Stars, there are some affordable food places at RWS. The Malaysian Food Street RWS is one of them.
Publico, InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay is a new restaurant in a new hotel in Singapore. According to their website, Publico has two personalities. By day, “Publico Deli offers all of the traditional fare you’d expect from a gourmet delicatessen – Italian cold cuts, imported cheese, warm flaky pastries and more… At night, Publico Ristorante lights up the riverside. Cuisine is classic Italian with a contemporary twist…” We were there for brunch and therefore only got to experience the daytime Publico Deli.
Stärker Signature, Tanjong Pagar Centre is the latest outlet of the Starker Group. They seem to be sprouting outlets all over Singapore. As of today they have three Starker Bistro outlets, two Starker Signature and one each of Starker Music and Starker Q. It seems that the “Bistro” series have more food choices with “German signature roasts as well as popular international dishes” while the Q series at the other end “is a multi-concept bar that serves a variety of cuisines with a local touch at wallet-friendly prices“. The “Signature” outlet at Starker Tanjong Pagar is therefore something in the upper middle segment. What is common through the range is the fresh and fruity beer that Starker is known for.
The .elia Singapore is a newcomer to the Keong Saik dining neighbourhood. It is located along Jiak Chuan Road, a side road that branches off Keong Saik Road. Its neighbours include famous Spanish tapas bar Esquina on one side and budget hotel, Hotel 81 on another side. What does its name “.elia” mean? The answer my friends, is written on the chalkboard in the restaurant.
PS Cafe Fullerton is the newest PS Cafe to open in Singapore. It is the seventh and the largest PS Cafe in Singapore. They have certainly come a long way since their early days when the cafe took up just a corner of the Project Shop. We always look forward to new PS Cafe openings not because of the food (as they tend to serve similar types of food), but because of their impressive interior designs. In terms of decor, we think that PS Cafe Fullerton takes the cake. We take you on a tour of the biggest and latest PS Cafe before we show you what we had for lunch .
With two barkless coffee trees in its compact shophouse premises, Two Tall Trees signals that it is a cool neighbourhood cafe which is serious about its coffee. Embedded in the unique and charming low rise residential enclave of Serangoon Garden, Two Tall Tress offers specialty coffee and coconut latte as well as comfort food and desserts.