At Kin Restaurant in the Straits Clan Building, fans of chef Damian D’Silva can enjoy Peranakan and Eurasian classics within a menu described as “a retrospective look at the origins of our cuisine”.
Binomio Spanish Restaurant has a plain looking exterior. Being a restaurant on the ground floor of the drab Craig Road multi-storey carpark is not the most glamorous location. But Binomio won us over in the course of a lunch.
Frenchie Wine Bar at Teck Lim Road is a small place that has a wide range of wines and a limited food selection. There is intense competition among f & b outlets at the Keong Saik Road area. Why did we pick Frenchie?
Gochi-So Shokudo ごち惣食堂 brings charcoal grilled Iberico Pork to Chinatown. The new Japanese Iberico pork restaurant in Chinatown Point offers premium pork dishes like rice rowls, curry rice and tonkatsu at affordable prices.
Now that we are not going to Spain anytime soon, we just need to find a Spanish restaurant in Singapore once in a while to re-live our visits to Spain. Gaig Spanish restaurant at Telok Ayer is one that comes to mind when we think of Catalan cuisine.
Tendon Kohaku Chinatown Point (天丼琥珀) is one of several branches of the tempura restaurant that have opened in Singapore after the successful debut of the first one in Suntec City in 2016. Good Japanese restaurants are always popular in Singapore, especially when they are affordably priced. I can remember we had to brave the queue to try the tendon bowls when the Suntec outlet first opened (see post).