Like other f & b places in Singapore, the restaurants in the NUSS Guild Houses have switched from dining-in to serving food takeaway. We tried out some food using the NUSS Guild House Takeaway (Kent Ridge) service recently. The experience was good. We like the way it is organised – an efficient and safe way to pickup food.
Igokochi Dining Bar is an attractive Japanese restaurant in the suburban NEWest Mall in the West Coast of Singapore. The decor is tastefully done and the menu is extensive. The meal options range from a $138 omakase dinner to a $9.90 lunch special. We are ordinary patrons, so you know which end of the spectrum we ended up with on a recent visit!
W39 Bistro & Bakery is a cute little restaurant in West Coast, Singapore. Hidden away from view inside a residential estate near Clementi Stadium, it is the kind of small neighbourhood restaurant that one feels comfortable in very quickly. Our pictures don’t do justice to it. This drawing of W39 Bistro displayed on a shelf within the restaurant is better at capturing its character. Notice Oscar the Corgi right in front.
So what does fake meat taste like? That is a common question when my friends heard about our dinner at Prive Grill at NUS. Also known as The University Club, it is one of the several places where one can find Impossible Meat in Singapore. What exactly is this fake meat made of? It is apparently “meat” made from plants. There is a scientific description on the website of the makers, Impossible Foods – the first sentence goes like this: “We started by using the heme-containing protein from the roots of soy plants. It’s called soy leghemoglobin ...”. That was enough to put us to sleep.