Hajime Tonkatsu & Ramen: Is This The Best Tonkatsu? [Food Review]

Recognised as the first Tonkatsu chef in Singapore, Tampopo ex-Chef Tan-San took a step further and opened Hajime Tonkatsu & Ramen at Serangoon Garden. With over 40 years of cooking experience, Chef Tan-San has come a long way as he reminisced his life journey to being a Tonkatsu chef. Being a Japanese chef, let alone a…

Ryo Sushi: Real Omakase, Real Food, Real People [Food Review]

Chef Roy (not Ryo) opens Ryo Sushi, a small restaurant he calls it, which is no small, but big in sincerity and quality. Many would have heard about the super cheap 10-course Omakase at SGD 18. It is limited to 18 portions daily and reservations is highly recommended to secure your seats for that! I…

Beast and Butterflies at M Social Hotel: Where Beauty meets the Beast [Food Review]

Feast with a beast appetite or be a social butterfly. Probably the chicest restaurant in Singapore, Beast and Butterflies occupies the first floor of M Social Hotel with jaw-dropping decor and instagram-worthy furnitures. The use of chandeliers and lava lamps cast a warm glow over the diners, creating a intimate setting great for business meetings, date nights…

[Michelin 1 Star ★] Alma by Juan Amador: Elegant Food for all Souls [Food Review]

[Alma by Juan Amador has just been awarded one Michelin Star from the Singapore Michelin Guide 2016!] Nestled within the compounds of Goodwood Park Hotel is Alma by Juan Amador serving Asian-inspired Spanish-European cuisine. Alma, Spanish for ‘Soul’ provides a fine dining experience in a laid-back ambience with professional service. The dinner menu offers a 6-course (SGD 138 ++) and…

The Study: Skip the Books for Real! [Food Review]

Located along Keong Saik Road, The Study offers up a plethora of craft cocktails and around-the-world inspired dishes with a modern touch. With a food menu featuring small and large plates to sharing portions, Head Chef Danial is bound to surprise with interesting creations of a British flair. The interior of the cosy social get-away…

[Michelin Guide 2016] Burnt Ends: Fire It Up! [Food Review]

Having heard so many raved reviews about Burnt Ends, I must say this is a trip long-awaited. With waiting lists stretching up to weeks, you may wonder what is charming diners to Burnt Ends. Owned by Chef Andre Chiang of Restaurant Andre, and headed by Australian Chef David Pynt, Burnt Ends is no doubt a…

Kitchen by Food Rebel: That’s One Rebellious Bowl! [Food Review]

I have been dining out too much that I felt the urge to eat clean or at least healthily. Kitchen by Food Rebel prides itself in Eat Good and Feel Good. With labels like organic and the promise to cater to all health-conscious and dietary-concerned consumers, Food Rebel is one to come up with imaginative…