Category: Asian

Invited Tasting: Kakuida’s Kurozu | Icon Village

Kakuida's Kurozu | Icon Village~ An hidden gem in Icon Village at Tanjong Pagar! Kakuida’s Kurozu creates a lovely menu of food and drinks using kurozu that caters best to Singaporeans! They infuse about 10% to 20% undiluted kurozu into their food or drinks. I especially enjoy the original donut, organic apple and mango smoothie!

Maru (Tanjong Pagar: Icon Village)

MARU (TANJONG PAGAR)~ A contemporary fusion restaurant hidden in Icon Village. It offers innovative appealing dishes. It is also less than 10 minutes walk from Tanjong Pagar Mrt (East-West Line). They are great for casual after-work drinks and group gatherings. The office warriors will love this to have a break from the hectic work. A charming uniquely designed interior which was inspired by street scenes of the Old Quarter of Hanoi. We especially enjoy the UNI IKURA BOWL and WAGYU BEEF DON.

Jumbo Seafood (Riverside Point)

Jumbo Seafood @ Riverside Point ~ Located along the beautiful historic Singapore River. They even have 2nd storey that has a space of 3500 sqft. Great for family and friends gathering. We enjoyed the CHILLI CRAB and SCALLOP IN YAM RING the most.

Sponsored Review: Rookery (Hong Leong Building)

ROOKERY Located at Hong Leong Building near Raffles Place/ Downtown MRT. It is also right across our popular Lau Pa Sat. An Australian-American Casual Dining place. A great place for the office warriors in the area to have drinks and brunch/dinner. My favourites are Iberico Pork Chop, Pulled Pork Benedict and Vongole Alio Olio.

Sponsored Review: PUTIEN 2018

PUTIEN ~ PUTIEN brand traces its roots to its the beautiful city of Putian in China. It has a rich cultural history. Putien (Kitchener Road) has earned its first Michelin Star in 2016! I enjoyed the Bamboo Herbal Prawn, Fried Heng Hwa Bee Hoon and Stir-fried Yam the most.

Shinji by Kanesaka (Carlton Hotel)

SHINJI by Kanesaka (Carlton Hotel)~ Located at Carlton Hotel. The interior is intimate with elegance. The main sushi counter was actually singularly carved from the trunk of a 220-year-old Japanese cypress or hinoki tree. A great option for japanese food lovers and special occasions. We enjoyed all our dishes. The most memorable were the mouth-watering tuna belly sushi, uni sushi and honey dew dessert.

Invited Tasting: Ginger (PARKROYAL on Beach Road)

Ginger (PARKROYAL on Beach Road)~ They offer a good variety of Chinese, Malay, Indian and Peranakan dishes including 3 three signature dishes: Crustacean Hotpot, Salt-Baked Whole Seasonal Fish, and Chilli Crab. There were some hits and misses. My favourites are The Crustacean Hotpot (A flavourful seafood broth), Prawn Noodles, Light Atlantic Cod Fish Congee and Aromatic Lemongrass Ice Cream.

Rong Fu Ji Seafood Steam Pot (Bukit Timah – Turf Club)

Rong Fu Ji Seafood Steam Pot (Bukit Timah - Turf Club - The Grandstand) ~ They offer fresh seafood steamed in a pot. Quite a spacious restaurant and not very crowded on weekday night. Great place for people who love steamed seafood. Ideal for friends and family gathering to enjoy the fresh seafood together. They have a huge free carpark. It is about 15 minutes walk from the Sixth Avenue MRT. I especially love the steamed fresh oysters.
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