[Michelin Guide 2016] Esquina: Spanish Tapas in Jiak Chuan Road [Food Review]

Situated at the intersection of Jiak Chuan Road and Teck Lim Road, Esquina was not hard to be missed, located within a historical-looking white building. There were outdoor seatings for chilling, a bar counter area and a quieter second floor as well. Since its launch in December 2011, it had built a reputation for its exquisite Spanish…

The Wagon at Tras Street: where Tapas and Hokkaido Beef triumped [Food Review]

  The entire length of Tras Street had over ten restaurants, bars and cafes alike. The Wagon was a gem find along Tras Street, showcasing cuisine of French and Japanese fusion. Tapas-liked food was served straight from the ‘trolley’ being pushed around whereas the menu comprised of more substantial items that were largely Hokkaido beef…

The Black Swan: Swim or Sank? [Food Review]

Opened since the 2013, The Black Swan has been causing a sensation in the Central Business District (CBD) area, a favourite spot among business associates working nearby. It is situated in a historic art deco building which housed a European Bistro (The Black Swan) and a Bar Lounge (The Powder Room) on the ground floor. They serve…

Spectacular View from 1-Altitude, World’s Highest Al Fresco Bar

Located at 1 Raffles Place, lies 1-Altitude spanning across three levels. 1-Altitude Gallery & Bar: Level 63 Perched at the highest level, the 360 degree view allows guests an indelible experience nowhere can offer. One could see as far across Singapore and even Marina Bay Sands appears tiny against the backdrop. Opened from 6pm to…

(CLOSED) East 8 New York Tapas + Bar [Food Review]

The perks of being a lady is … LADIES NIGHT (yay!) My first visit was months ago and then I returned again on a Wednesday Ladies night where ladies had 1 for 1 alcoholic drinks. It was so conveniently near my school that it warranted another visit where I had the honour of trying out…