Shima restaurant at Goodwood Park Hotel was the first teppanyaki restaurant in Singapore, set up in 1980. It is also said to be the oldest Japanese restaurant in Singapore. We tried the Shima restaurant teppanyaki semi-buffet with unlimited servings of chicken and beef tenderloin during the end-December holidays.
Sukhumvit Soi 47 is in the hip Thonglor district of Bangkok which offers plenty of dining options. If you miss the street food in Bangkok, you can head to Singapore Soi 47 Thai Food Restaurant. You will find good Thai food at Bangkok prices.
Enjoy Eating House and Bar is a restobar in the vintage Kam Leng Hotel in Jalan Besar. It serves affordable Singapore dishes.
Bochinche Restaurant on Amoy Street is a unique restaurant in Singapore that serves Argentinian dishes. We don’t know of any other Argentinian restaurant in Singapore. It also has a beautiful interior and a huge dragon and fish mural on the exterior.
Niku Soba is a buckwheat noodle dish that had been featured in Ramen Daisuki Koizumi-san (ラーメン大好き小泉さん) also known as Ms. Koizumi Loves Ramen Noodles (a Japanese manga series that has been adapted for TV). The popular Japanese chain Niku Soba Keisuke is introduced to Singapore as Keisuke Takeda’s latest ramen concept, Niku King. It forms half of Ramen Keisuke Group’s first joint ramen concept – Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King Niku King in Paya Lebar Square.
Socieaty is a new multi-brand restaurant by the Les Amis restaurant group at Farrer Park MRT station. Combining the words “society” and “eat” to form its name, Socieaty offers a menu of over 100 dishes from Peperoni, NamNam, Mui Kee Congee, Tenjin, Sushi Jin, Lemak Boys and Tarte.