25 degrees

25 Degrees Is A Gem That Occassionally Makes the Best DamnED Burger in Singapore

I’d just come to terms with my frightening rate of ageing, as I sit here writing this introduction. Damn, my first visit to 25 Degrees was in 2016 when I still sussing out Singapore’s busy food scene and before Indulgentism was even an idea in my head. Continue reading “25 Degrees Singapore”

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Is Kulto the Best Spanish Restaurant in Singapore For Paella?

Spanish food is having its moment in Singapore, as an increasing number of Spanish restaurants started earning dazzling plaudits and ended up on the Michelin radar. There are quite a slew of places for date nights but if you’re looking for piping-hot Paella, no place comes as recommended by other food lovers as Kulto.

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ippoh tempura review

Ippoh Tempura Bar by Ginza IPpoh puts on a Graceful Dance With Blistering Oil for its omakase

COVID-shut borders exposed one particularly fascinating trait of Singapore — our locales are besotted with high-end Japanese food. It was a period that saw the most exorbitant Sushi Omakase affairs prepare for year-end chaos as their books overflowed with reservations. Continue reading “Ippoh Tempura Bar by Ginza Ippoh”

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All Eyes on the Gorgeous Plating At Chura Sushi Bar

Sushi-making is an art in itself. It’s elegant and intricate. It’s minimalism at its finest. At Chura Sushi Bar, the art of sushi-making transcends the traditional doctrine of simplicity — it’s a modern interpretation that flaunts a certain pizzazz. Continue reading “Chura Sushi Bar”

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Anna’s Proofs sourdough can Make everything from bomboloni to pasta

It’s an indelible fact that sourdough has generated an incredible amount of buzz in the cafe scene in recent years. Even with the deluge of scrumptious bakes, pastries, and pizzas, I don’t think any other establishment has been able to utilise wild yeast fermentation as holistically in Singapore as the newly opened Anna’s Sourdough.

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beerthai restaurant review

Affordable and Authentic Beerthai House Restaurant Makes Me Sad to See Golden Mile GO

The end of an icon — truly saddening to see the expiration of a cultural landmark such as Golden Mile Complex, affectionately referred to as the “Little Thailand” of Singapore. There really aren’t many places in Singapore that transplanted a foreign culture as holistically as Golden Mile Complex.

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jelebu dry laksa review

Another charming side of Asian Flavours at Jelebu Dry Laksa

Laska, a dish that’s arguably one of Singapore’s national icons. While people are still arguing about where to find the best laksa in Singapore, a unique new contender has joined the fray — Jelebu Dry Laksa at VivoCity.

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New Super Loco Menu at Robertson Quay has no right being this good

The subject of “Mexican food” in Singapore often leads to one very puissant establishment that’s been a steady force in the scene’s growth and blossoming popularity — Super Loco, a beloved brand with outlets at Collyer Quay and Robertson Quay.

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ju95

JU95 boldly showcases Japanese Fusion cooking on the edge

Japanese cuisine has long been affixed with archetypes of raw fish, ramen joints and izakayas. There’s no shortage of high-end omakase and casual Japanese-Fusion concepts in Singapore, after all — but none are as charmingly audacious and congruent in interpretation as JU95. Continue reading “JU95”

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Martell Concocts the Perfect Pairing With Top Singapore Restaurants like Featherblade, Madame Fan & More

Here’s a chance for you to see alcohol pairings in a whole different light — Perfect Pairing by Martell is the glitzy new collaboration between Martell and Singapore’s hottest restaurants, which aims to break that mould of chasing sophisticated dishes with wines whose names most of us are likely to mispronounce.
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