Whiskit Bakery & Cafe is a quiet place to have dessert and coffee in Chinatown. It is located in Hong Lim Complex, the building with the URA carpark next to Chinatown Point. We think that Chinatown Point is one of the most bustling places in Singapore throughout the day. Whiskit Bakery & Cafe is a quiet cafe in Chinatown to have coffee and dessert, away from the crowds.
Wanton Seng’s Noodle Bar is a restaurant along Amoy Street that specialises in wonton noodles. This is not your regular coffee shop or hawker centre wonton noodle shop. This noodle shop in the Chinatown / business district of Telok Ayer has a modern, hip feel. In fact the noodles at Wanton – Seng’s Noodle Bar are presented and priced more like those in a typical Japanese ramen shop in Singapore.
You may not realise it, but Chinese New Year is less than a month away. The lunar new year decorations in Chinatown are up and Lim Chee Guan bak
We stopped by at Keong Saik Bakery cafe for coffee after our wanton noodle and char siew rice lunch at Foong Kee Coffee Shop. It is a fusion between a traditional coffee shop and a modern cafe.
Miraku 味楽 is a new sushi restaurant in China Square Central near Raffles Place and Shenton Way. Like many good sushi places, it is small, intimate and with limited seats around a counter. The only problem with these types of restaurants is that they tend to serve only expensive omakase meals. New sushi restaurant Miraku tempted us through the door with an amazing value 13 course sushi lunch priced at $38++.
Coconut Club moved into new and bigger premises up the road – 28 Ann Siang Road in early August 2019. I think it is still not big enough. Coconut Club is a famous nasi lemak restaurant that caught the attention of Singapore and international foodies when it was reported as the restaurant where PM Lee Hsien Loong hosted visiting Philipines President Duterte for lunch. It is listed as a Bib Gourmand restaurant in the Singapore Michelin Guide 2018.