omu nomu singapore review

Unadulterated Modern Japanese Fun at omu Nomu’s Cosy Sake Bar Space

An “authentic” Izakaya experience almost certainly entails a few things — comforting and gratifying bites, carafes of sake, and rowdy Japanese salarymen. But what if you want a different kind of Izakaya service? You visit Omu Nomu.

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gone rogue brewing review

Gone Rogue Brewing Brews Up Whimsical Flavoured Craft Beer in Bukit Batok

In the most unlikely of places, somewhere in Bukit Batok, there’s a craft beer gem hidden deep beneath. The place is Le Quest Mall and the gem? It’s Gone Rogue Brewing, a craft beer bar that makes its own unique brews.

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Club Street Wine Room is Andrew Walsh’s Whimsical Take on Bougie Wine Bars

Singapore has been graced by an inundation of wine bars, as countless groovy, cutting-edge concepts streamed in. Eventually, even Michelin-Starred chefs joined the fray — like fusion maestro Rishi Naleendran’s Fool Wine Bar and Andrew Walsh‘s Club Street Wine Room.

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io italian osteria singapore review

IO Italian Osteria is Singapore’s Most Beloved Affordable Italian Joint

Just a short walk from Hillview MRT will lead you to a rather overlooked mall you probably never knew existed. As you inch toward it, you’ll catch a glimpse of signage with two letters “IO” emblazoned on it — that’s IO Italian Osteria, one of Singapore’s most beloved but still paradoxically under-the-radar Italian restaurants. Continue reading “IO Italian Osteria”

Does Tipo Pasta Bar Really have the “Best Affordable Pasta in Singapore”?

Tipo Pasta Bar is perhaps one of the biggest sensations on Instagram, especially amongst the younger crowd. Countless plaudits have been given about how this casual pasta joint has some of the best affordable pasta you can get in Singapore. Continue reading “Tipo Pasta Bar”

raging bull burgers singapore

Philippines Sensation Raging Bull Burgers Pops Up in Singapore

Shake Shack, Five Guys, In-N-Out Burger — iconic names that stirred up plenty of furor amongst Singaporeans. It’s simple, burgers are a universal language and any acclaimed brand will draw plenty of attention. While not quite in the same ballpark, a Philippines favourite has also landed in Singapore, as Raging Bull Burgers stars in a pop-up atop Hotel Jen. Continue reading “Raging Bull Burgers Singapore”

kamoshita review singapore

Kamoshita, an Authentic hidden gem making the best Oden in Singapore

How often do you remember a meal from five years ago? Especially one that was relatively affordable in a cosy Izakaya that not many people know about? For me, not many meals —even the most opulent ones— inspire that kind of indelible nostalgia but surprisingly Kamoshita, a quaint little sake bar in Tanjong Pagar, engraved a deep impression on my tastebuds.

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Modern Izakaya Habibi-san Is An Invigorating Study in Smoke

Smoke is the flavour of the moment —cooking with smoke has seen an explosion in recent years as popular restaurants pop up all over the island, advocating for smothering your food in the fiery throes of untamed flames. Even with a multitude of Australian smokehouses, Yakitori bars, and even Californian Grills, nothing stands out quite like the distinctive Middle Eastern fusion leanings of Habibi-san. Continue reading “Habibi-san!”

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A Sumptuous Pasta Affair with Caffe Fernet’s Spectacular Marina View

The spectacular sight of the Marina Bay Sands has become a common fixture in our dining scene, adding some majesty to many restaurants’ mise-en-scene. But there’s a touch of elegance to the cul-de-sac at Collyer Quay that Caffe Fernet rests on, making it feel like a charming unwinding spot. Continue reading “Caffe Fernet”