What to eat in Orchard Road Singapore? There must be a thousand restaurants and places to eat in the Orchard Road area. To help our readers to narrow the choices, here is our list of ideas on where to eat in and around Orchard Road Singapore. The list of restaurants and food outlets range from affordable eateries at Orchard Road to formal dining. As restaurant information such as opening hours are subject to change, please check the current information before your visit; or use the CHOPE online reservation system if available.Continue reading →
Here is The Ordinary Patrons’ (TOP) list of the ten best Japanese restaurants in Singapore that we have tried. Japanese restaurants are popular in Singapore. They range from Michelin Star Japanese restaurants to regular restaurants that are both suitable for a normal family meal or special occasions. These are the Japanese restaurants which we are happy to recommend to our readers.Continue reading →
It must be more than 10 years since our last visit to the Thanying Restaurant in Amara Hotel in Tanjong Pagar, Singapore. This Thai restaurant, “serving the most exquisite Royal Thai cuisine fit for the royalties” has been around for 30 years. They started operations in 1988. In those days, we would have considered it a posh restaurant, a place to go for special occasions. Of late, with so many new and exciting restaurants, Thanying Restaurant has been off our radar for a while. Once in a while we like to return to the golden oldies and so we decided to have lunch there.
Which is the best restaurant for birthday celebration in Singapore? After attending a recent birthday celebration at Les Amis, we have concluded that it is one of the best restaurants to celebrate a special occasion in Singapore. Our lunch was held in a private room on the upper level at Les Amis and it was an afternoon of food and fun.
What is Singapore food? For the purpose of this post we are thinking of “local Singapore” food. Such types of food may not have originated in Singapore. They may be a part of Chinese, Malay, Indian or other cuisine. Perhaps one way to describe Singapore local food is the type of food that we miss when we are away from Singapore for some time. We will adopt this rough and unscientific description for this post to avoid any controversy about origin (e.g. the sort that Rio Ferdinand’s recent tweet on nasi goreng stirred up – see Straits Times story). Here is our list of the best Singapore food that we have tried.