La Dame de Pic Raffles Singapore is three-Michelin-starred French chef Anne-Sophie Pic’s debut entry into Asia. The $128 ++ lunch menu is the most afforable way to dine at La Dame de Pic Singapore. It is available only on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (excluding public holidays).
YY Kafei Dian is an old school Hainanese coffeeshop given a bit of a modern spruce up. It sells Hainanese chicken rice and good old coffee shop food at, though not quite good old prices, very reasonable prices.
Si Chuan Dou Hua is a popular Chinese restaurant serving Si Chuan and Cantonese delicacies. Now besides dining in one of its elegantly appointed restaurants, Si Chuan Dou Hua Delivery & Takeaway services allow us to enjoy their dishes at home.
Sawadee Thai Cuisine started business in 2001 and moved into its current location at Tan Quee Lan Street at the end of 2013. It has a loyal following and is one of the more popular Thai restaurants in Singapore. Sawadee Thai Cuisine now offers its extensive range of Thai dishes as well as affordable bento, comfort Thai set and sumptuous Thai set for takeaway and delivery.
The Green Ducklings have a new counter and a new menu. They have changed the colour of their chairs to a shade of green. The lovely bakery cafe looks slightly different but some good things remain the same. The Green Ducklings still make delightful cakes & pastries fresh on the premises and they still serve great coffee and enjoyable food.
Haji Lane is a hotspot for the young and hip as well as the tourists. Many head there but forget to explore the seemingly more mundane Arab Street adjacent to it, which is a pity. Arab Street is, in fact, a rather interesting dining destination with cafes and restaurants offering a fascinating variety of cuisines. One such cafe is All Things Delicious – a cosy cafe known for its cakes and cookies and serving food ranging from North African stew and Indian chicken tikka to Japanese inspired rice bowl and the very British bread & butter pudding.