The Dark Gallery Chocolates and Ice Cream – sweet dreams are made of these

The Dark Gallery is a new kiosk cafe on the ground floor of Millenia Walk. It is a coffee and dessert cafe that showcases the beauty and taste of chocolates. Things which we find hard to resist. It appears from their website that the Dark Gallery originates from Malaysia. They have an outlet in MyTOWN Shopping Centre in Kuala Lumpur.

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檳城家鄉味 Traditional Penang Food at Kitchener Complex – Good Chendol

Penang Chendol

檳城家鄉味 Traditional Penang Food at Kitchener Complex

There is an interesting small eatery in Kitchener Complex. It has a Chinese name –  檳城家鄉味. The Menu says “Traditional Penang Food” – we are not sure if that is a description of the food or the name of the eatery. Even if you cannot read Chinese, it should not be difficult to locate the place. Just look for the iconic Penang street art on the wall of a little cafe and various signs and posters advertising Penang delicacies.  Continue reading →

Tengawa Hokkaido White Curry @ Millenia Walk

Tengawa Hokkaido White Curry is a small Japanese restaurant in Millenia Walk. It is located at the start of the Nihon Food Street on level 2. According to the website, “Tengawa is the first and only restaurant in Singapore to specialise in Japanese white curry.” This, we have to try.

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‘French Ba Kut Teh’ and set lunch at the BarRoque Grill

With National Day on our minds, we thought we should look out for a restaurant with a Singapore National Day themed lunch. We ended up with ‘French Ba Kut Teh’ of the BarRoque Grill at the Amara Hotel. For National Day 2017, they were offering two special dishes – “French Ba Kut Teh Slow cooked goodness with our special mix of herbs and spices” and “French Chicken Rice Singapore’s favourite dish, done with French techniques” – which sounded interesting, plus they also have a Michelin Bib Gourmand award.

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Folklore Restaurant – Singapore heritage food

Folklore Restaurant

Folklore restaurant at Destination Singapore Beach Road hotel, with local chef Damian D’Silva at its helm, has a menu of Eurasian-Peranakan dishes and other heritage cuisines of Singapore. The food at the multi-cuisine restaurant had received praise and the dishes that we tried at Folklore restaurant did not disappoint.

Folklore Restaurant

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Roland Restaurant – creator of chilli crab

Roland Restaurant Chilli Crab

There was much indignation when a Malaysian minister said that chilli crab was one of several Malaysian dishes that had been wrongly credited to other countries. In Singapore, it is generally accepted that the creator of chilli crab is a Mdm Cher Yam Tian, although her version did not have eggs and sambal in the recipe.

Roland Restaurant - creator of chilli crab

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