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 to try the Blue Lotus Chinese Noodle Bar as the Blue Lotus restaurants by Chef Ricky Ng seem to have received many awards. It also had the most outstanding frontage announcing its presence along Science Park Drive.

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Weekday set lunch at Akira Back Singapore, South Beach

Akira Back is a chef who was born in Korea and raised in Aspen, Colorado, USA.  Akira Back Singapore is one of the many restaurants originated by him. It is located on the ground floor of the JW Marriott Hotel South Beach. He has a string of restaurants that stretches from  Las Vegas, New Delhi, Jakarta, Toronto, Seoul, Dubai  to Bangkok. We get tired just by reading through his list of accomplishments. Yet, it appears from the Akira Back website that he is not done expanding his empire. A new concept, ABar, will open in Singapore and Bangkok. Another outlet, Fish Pool by Akira Back, is scheduled to open at South  Beach at the end of 2017.

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The Dark Gallery Chocolates and Ice Cream – sweet dreams are made of these

The Dark Gallery is a new kiosk cafe on the ground floor of Millenia Walk. It is a coffee and dessert cafe that showcases the beauty and taste of chocolates. Things which we find hard to resist. It appears from their website that the Dark Gallery originates from Malaysia. They have an outlet in MyTOWN Shopping Centre in Kuala Lumpur.

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Tengawa Hokkaido White Curry @ Millenia Walk

Tengawa Hokkaido White Curry is a small Japanese restaurant in Millenia Walk. It is located at the start of the Nihon Food Street on level 2. According to the website, “Tengawa is the first and only restaurant in Singapore to specialise in Japanese white curry.” This, we have to try.

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Our Tampines Hub Restaurants, Cafes & Other Food Places

Our Tampines Hub

Our Tampines Hub

One of the  dictionary definitions of “Hub” is “the central or main part of something where there is most activity“. There is little doubt that Our Tampines Hub (OTH) is going to be the central part of Tampines with the most activity. There is so much to see and do in OTH. In Singapore, most activities will involve food in some way. A good array of Restaurants, Cafes & Other Food Places Our Tampines Hub should ensure that those going to OTH –  whether to watch a game, visit government agencies, participate in sports or window shop – will have no lack of food options. We took a quick tour and compiled a list of the Our Tampines Hub Restaurants and Cafes which we have seen. There should be a few more F&B outlets opening up in OTH in the coming months.

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Why did the Korean chicken cross the room at Bugis? – Kogane Yama

Kogane Yama premium tendon bowls

Kogane Yama at Bugis Junction

Why did the Korean chicken cross the room at Bugis? To enjoy Japanese tendon bowls at Kogane Yama. Well, popular South Korean fried chicken restaurant chain Chir Chir opened a new outlet in Bugis Junction last year. Part of what used to be Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory on level 2 of Bugis Junction has been carved out to house a new tendon restaurant, Kogane Yama. Perhaps it is a sign that the popularity of Korean fried chicken has reached a peak in Singapore. Japanese Tempura Donburi, or tendon in short, is now trending.

Kogane Yama at Bugis Junction

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