Porta is a small cosy restaurant in Park Hotel Clarke Quay at Unity Street. Serving modern European cuisine, it is good for brunch and casual dining all day. It has an attractively priced set lunch and currently has a Chope 1-for-1 Deal.Continue reading →
Named after Municipal Councillor, Dr J. Murray Robertson, Robertson Quay is one of three quays located along the Singapore River (the others being Boat Quay and Clarke Quay). The old riverside godowns and warehouses have been preserved and restored or incorporated into new developments. As is typical in Singapore, many of these restored buildings become homes to restaurants, cafes and bars, turning Robertson Quay into a vibrant dining and entertainment enclave. Stretched out along the river are buzzing bars as well as family friendly bistros, cosy cafes and intimate dinner restaurants. There are cafes that open as early as 7 am and quite a few restaurants in Robertson Quay which stay open till midnight. Here is The Ordinary Patrons’ (TOP) list of Cafes & Restaurants in Robertson Quay.Continue reading →
Three Buns Quayside at Robertson Quay, Singapore is the second outlet of the restaurant offering “gourmet burgers and crafted cocktails”. Their first outlet in Singapore is in the Potato Head building along Keong Saik Road. The Robertson Quay area has received quite a few new restaurants recently and Three Buns Quayside is one of them. We were there for brunch recently.
Publico, InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay is a new restaurant in a new hotel in Singapore. According to their website, Publico has two personalities. By day, “Publico Deli offers all of the traditional fare you’d expect from a gourmet delicatessen – Italian cold cuts, imported cheese, warm flaky pastries and more… At night, Publico Ristorante lights up the riverside. Cuisine is classic Italian with a contemporary twist…” We were there for brunch and therefore only got to experience the daytime Publico Deli.