Marine Cove East Coast Park re-opens. The good old McDonald’s @ East Coast Park returns to the new Marine Cove with a fresh concept store. Marine Cove East Coast Park offers open spaces with a view of the sea, family friendly amenities and varied food and beverages outlets. A 3,500 sq m children’s playground with an 8 m lighthouse tower is a key attraction of the re-developed Marine Cove. Besides the new McDonald’s restaurant, an Indian-Muslim restaurant, a Peranakan restaurant, a retro-themed coffee shop offering local hawker favourites and a kids friendly hip cafe make Marine Cove an interesting dining destination. We take a quick tour of the restaurants and cafes at Marine Cove East Coast Park.
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During our recent visit to the Quayside Isle restaurants at Sentosa Cove, we found that it was a very pleasant place to have a meal, next to the Sentosa Cove marina. Visiting the restaurants at Quayside Isle during weekdays can be even more rewarding because of some promotional deals. We share with you the photos that we took of the restaurants and portions of their menus.
This short summary is not exhaustive and is based on what information was easily available at the time of our visit in June 2016. As always, these things often change, so do check with the respective restaurants at Sentosa Cove before your visit. Links to the restaurants’ websites are provided below. Continue reading →
A Tiong Bahru food guide can become obsolete almost as soon it is published. The once tired looking Tiong Bahru Plaza is undergoing a transformation and adding new F&B options. In recent months, there are new eateries opening there every week or so; even a Tiong Bahru food guide updated on a monthly basis may not be able to keep up with the evolving Tiong Bahru food scene.
As part of its asset enhancement plan, Tiong Bahru Plaza now has a new food wing with the witty name of Five Food Way. All the eateries in the Level 2 Five Food Way in Tiong Bahru Plaza are now opened. The food street offers a diverse range of casual dining choices. Local Bak Kuk Teh, Taiwanese dessert, Korean Bimbibap and Vietnamese Pho as well Japanese, Peranakan, Thai, Western and Chinese food are available at Five Food Way. Continue reading →
Suntec City shopping mall has been undergoing major transformations over the past 20 months or so. If your last visit to Suntec City was when Carrefour was still there, then it is likely that you will not recognise the new place, other than the Suntec fountain of wealth. Here is The Ordinary Patrons’ (TOP) list of Suntec City Food Places and Restaurants that we have tried.
We have provided links to our reviews which will contain more information about each restaurant. As restaurant details such as menus and opening hours often change, we recommend that you check with the restaurants for the current information
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The Dempsey dining area is probably the most successful of the projects to rejuvenate old Singapore neighbourhoods into thriving, vibrant new ones. To help our readers decide what to eat at Dempsey, here is the 2016 The Ordinary Patrons’ (TOP) List of Dempsey Restaurants that we have tried. Our list contains diverse dining options to cater to different tastes and budgets.
We have provided links to our reviews which will contain more information about each restaurant. As restaurant details such as menus and opening hours often change, we recommend that you check with the restaurants for the current information.
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Paya Lebar MRT Station is an interchange station on the East West Line and the Circle Line. It serves Paya Lebar Central, which is set to become a major commercial centre at the city fringe. The station is busy as it is used by those heading to Singapore Post Centre, Certis Cisco, Paya Lebar Square, SNEF Training Institute and various other commercial buildings, residences and institutions around the station. The station is also near The Lifelong Learning Institute, which houses the Workforce Development Agency (WDA) Career Centre , CET East Campus and The LLiBrary.
There is a good range of food places and restaurants around Paya Lebar MRT Station. Good Nasi Padang, Japanese Ramen, local Fried Chicken, Dim Sum, Briyani Rice, Peranakan Dishes and Thai Food are all available within a few minutes walk from the station. Here is The Ordinary Patrons’ guide to What to Eat near Paya Lebar MRT Station. Continue reading →