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Bayswater Kitchen Singapore

Bayswater Kitchen Singapore on Keppel Island

Bayswater Kitchen Singapore is a new restaurant by the Prive Group on Keppel Island. It takes over the premises that previously housed the Prive Grill. Prive Keppel Bay, a casual cafe is still there, right before the entrance to Bayswater Kitchen. +1

The restaurants of Savourworld at Kent Ridge, Science Park Drive

(Updated in Sep 2017 to include information provided by Mr Michel Lu and some extra photos). Compared to the folks living in the East, the residents of West Singapore do not have such a wide selection of dining options and restaurants. We were therefore excited to read the news of the opening of a large …

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Blue Lotus Chinese Noodle Bar @ Savourworld Science Park

The Blue Lotus Chinese Noodle Bar, Science Park Drive is a restaurant in a cluster of restaurants near NUH in Kent Ridge. The cluster is called Savourworld and there are now about 12 restaurants that are operational. We will show you more about it in a subsequent post. All the restaurants looked interesting.  I decided …

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Nobiro Japanese Restaurant & Sake Bar, West Coast

Nobiro Japanese Restaurant & Sake Bar is a Japanese restaurant in the Clementi / West Coast area of Singapore.  It is situated among a row of shops within the Faber Drive housing area.  Nobiro Restaurant’s location in a quiet residential area means that the diners are unlikely to be casual passers-by.  It took some deliberate …

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Butter My Buns!

Butter My Buns!  That is the cheeky name of a cafe in the Stephen Riady Centre of NUS University Town (U-Town).   It is an extension of the National University of Singapore campus across the AYE.  I believe it sits on the former site of the Warren Golf Club (now in Choa Chu Kang) which was located here …

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