[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…