A meal at a Japanese Yakiniku restaurant can be ridiculously expensive. One of the reasons for the high prices is that the finest cuts of meat are imported from Japan. Fortunately, there are a number of traditional Japanese BBQ restaurants in Singapore using quality imported meat and ingredients but with prices that are relatively affordable. Renga-Ya at CHIJMES is one such restaurants.Continue reading →
We had a lunch date in CHIJMES and was immediately attracted to Mister Wu. You know that this is a food blog and so you know this is not going to be a steamy account of an exciting encounter with a tall and handsome gentleman. What we found irresistible about Mister Wu in CHIJMES is that the new teahouse & bar has a great set lunch deal for only 12++.Continue reading →
There are not many Mexican restaurants in Singapore. Mexican cuisine is also not something that often comes to mind when the time comes to decide where to eat. As it has been some time since our last visit to a Mexican restaurant in Singapore, we thought it was time to have some Mexican for lunch. We headed for the El Mero Mero Mexican Restaurant in CHIJMES, just across the road from Raffles City.
A new cafe, Glasshouse CHIJMES has sprouted out of nowhere in the grounds of the former CHIJ. As its name suggests, Glasshouse Specialty Coffee and Toast Bar is a petite cafe offering coffee and light food out of a glass box. It is an interesting place which we had to check it out.
We had lunch at the Whitegrass restaurant at CHIJMES recently. According to their website, Whitegrass is chef-owner Sam Aisbett’s first restaurant venture where he intends to offer an exceptional fine dining experience, showcasing his interpretation of modern Australian cuisine.