guriru singapore review

Smoky Japanese Grill Retreat at Guriru, Teppei’s new Poolside Concept

Singapore has a longstanding romance with scenic dining. Photogenic al fresco hideouts command a lot of popularity, as sumptuous views of the skyline and the sea draw in crowds looking to bask in beauty. Newcomer Guriru however, provides a different kind of scenic ambience.

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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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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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mobomoga singapore review

MoboMoga Sake Bar is a non-traditional Izakaya like none other

Rowdy Japanese crowds downing too much alcohol, indistinct chatter, simple homely dishes — an enjoyable ambience no doubt but what if an Izakaya was even more fun? Look no further than MoboMoga, the epitome of off-beat and quirky.

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delicious Japanese food to go with free flow alcohol at this authentic gem.

Izakaya Niningashi is one of my favourites  izakayas. There’s something unique about authentic Izakayas, quite a special sub-culture in Singapore. Imagine thundering chatter as rowdy Japanese salarymen make merry, high on alcohol.  Continue reading “Izakaya Niningashi”