ICYMI: Big sis Fynn’s is now lil sis Caffe Cicheti. That was how the replacement of the Aussie cafe, Fynn’s, by a third Cicheti concept was announced. The new Caffe Cicheti at South Beach Singapore – like restaurateur Liling Ong’s other establishments, Cicheti in Kandahar Street and Bar Cicheti in Jiak Chuan Street – serves Italian influenced fare.Continue reading →
Beach Road can boast of the iconic Raffles Hotel and the glitz of South Beach. Located at the intersection of Beach Road, Bras Basah Road and Nicoll Highway, The South Beach is a luxurious mixed-use development. South Beach houses the upscale JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach as well as a range of food and beverage outlets. South Beach restaurants, cafes & bars are trendy places offering a variety of cuisines at different price points. Whether you are looking for a cup of good coffee, a substantial meal or a just a drink you can head to one of Singapore’s most prestigious addresses and have a swimming good time.Continue reading →
Fasta at South Beach offers good pasta at affordable prices. You can customise your own fun FASTA bowl and design your own pasta dish.Continue reading →
The famous South Beach Diet focuses on good carbohydrates, healthy fats and plenty of lean protein as a way to lose weight and improve health. We don’t have the willpower to follow a strict diet plan even though we could do with some weight loss. The closest thing to the South Beach Diet for us is to head to Real Food at South Beach. In this restaurant run by people who believe in serving good, ethical and healthy food, we can get a variety of meat-free dishes prepared with ingredients devoid of preservatives and other questionable additives.Continue reading →
Fynn’s is a casual modern Australia restaurant in Singapore. We had first visited Fynn’s in 2016 when it first opened at South Beach (see our earlier post here). At that time we did not really think about what kind of restaurant was it. We were back there again for brunch recently. This time, it got us thinking – what exactly is modern Australian cuisine?