sonny's pizza singapore

Sonny’s Pizza Brings Proper Wallet-Friendly Pizza Slices True to THE ny sPIRIT

The charisma of a good pizza is undeniable when the dough, the sauce, and the toppings are all done just right. At its core, pizza is a very simple dish. So even with the prevalent movement of artisan pizza joints all over Singapore, I’m more than happy to welcome the unpretentious NY-style pies of Sonny’s Pizza to the fold. Continue reading “Sonny’s Pizza”

Decadent VIew and Sumptuous Rooftop Bar Ambiance at Smoke & Mirrors

It’s only been a few months since I first stepped foot inside but after frequent revisits, I absolutely suggest Smoke & Mirrors the best rooftop bar in Singapore you should visit for a special occasion. It’s an absolute blast here. Continue reading “Smoke & Mirrors”

le bon funk review

Le Bon Funk is undoubtedly one of the most creative casual restaurants in Singapore

It’s the age of the wine bars as casual modern wine bars have taken our scene by storm, with cutting-edge new concepts by decorated chefs such as Rishi Naleendra and Andrew Walsh. But before this new wave was even set in motion, the wine bar scene already had Le Bon Funk perched at the top. Continue reading “Le Bon Funk”

firangi superstar

Firangi Superstar rolls out the most Whimsical Mod Indian Fusion in Singapore

Indian food to many Singaporeans typically means a few dishes — Prata, Briyani, Butter Chicken and the like. But it’s so much richer and diverse than that and the swanky new Firangi Superstar is here to shake up those preconceived notions.

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Santi’s Pizza’s Aggressively Lacklustre Dough & Service left a bad taste

I’m not usually one to put restaurants on blast — I’d give constructive feedback and will leave satisfied if they’re receptive. However, Santi’s Pizza was an extreme outlier in that regard and my frustration has to be channelled somewhere.

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World-Famous Luke’s Lobster Goes LOcal here in Singapore

We Singaporeans are spoilt with the privilege of picking and choosing from a whole multitude of global franchises that have landed all around Singapore. You can find so many world-famous franchises here, from Shake Shack to Luke’s Lobster. Continue reading “Luke’s Lobster”

Rempapa is Chef Damien D’Silva’s Return to His Element, with a bang

Most discerning food lovers would be familiar with chef Damien D’Silva, a national treasure who has been propagating the beauty of Peranakan cuisine in Singapore through multiple successful restaurants and on national TV. That’s why his new restaurant, Rempapa, was opened to much hype. Continue reading “Rempapa”

Cheek Bistro JAZZES THINGS UP WITH Groovy Fool Wine Bar Rebrand

I still remember my first experience of chef Rishi Naleendra’s culinary genius. It was 2017, at Cheek By Jowl, right after he snagged his first Michelin star. This Boon Tat Street spot has been the cornerstone of his career, host to a slew of creative Cheek concepts before the new Fool Wine Bar has taken over.

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drunken farmer review

Drunken Farmer is a vivid Lucid Dream of Sourdough Pizza & Wine

Watching a fledgling concept blossom into a successful restaurant is always a heartwarming experience for me. Supporting local is more than just a mantra, it’s a conviction in Singapore’s latent talent — and Drunken Farmer is one of the few places that I can proudly say I’ve seen grown from its infancy. 

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