My first taste of “The Bird” or “Yardbird” was on last year’s Epicurean Market. One year later I am here in their first outlet in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore checking out the some of the dishes from the menu. The Bird Southern Table & Bar is under Restaurateur John Kunkel’s award-winning restaurant group. The have a sophisticated space with rustic charm and using white brick walls on their interior décor. We were seated at level 2 facing the walk path of Marina Bay Sands. Diners can choose to dine outdoor as well. Continue reading [SG EATS] The Bird Southern Table And Bar Restaurant “ Yardbird” At Marina Bay Sands (MBS)
Chef Wan is back to Singapore with its first-ever ala carte concept called Chef Wan’s Kitchen. I used to watch Chef Wan’s TV programme when I was a kid and he is a Malaysian star chef and a TV personality. This is not his first F&B venture in Singapore. The previous restaurant was 1 Market By Chef Wan located at Plaza Singapura Mall. Continue reading [SG EATS] Chef Wan’s Kitchen At Esplanade Mall
Now you can have Ramen Champion at their latest outlet, Clarke Quay Central. This Japanese brand has expanded their third outlet as a full-serviced restaurant. The new outlet houses popular Japanese ramen brands, including Tonkotsu Ikkyu, Menya Ryu, Buta God and Joshoken. Continue reading [SG EATS] Ramen Champion At Clarke Quay Central
Wrap & Roll is an international restaurant chain that serves classic Vietnamese cuisine. The brand itself is founded in Ho Chi Minh in 2006 has expanded the business in Vietnam and Australia as well. My last visit to the outlet was year 2015 and you can read more about it here. Continue reading [SG EATS] Wrap & Roll – First Vietnamese Skewer Buffet in Singapore
Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens is officially a Halal-certified restaurant as of June 2017. Although they have converted to halal restaurant, there are not many changes as a whole. The significant changes is that they no longer offering alcoholic drinks. Halia still serves modern European cuisine with Asian influences but made using ingredients that are sourced only from Halal-certified suppliers. Continue reading [SG EATS] The Halia At Singapore Botanic Gardens is Halal-Certified Restaurant Now!
Aburiya & The Container Bar is a newly-opened restaurant and bar located at Boat Quay. The Container offers tapas and alcoholic drinks while Aburiya offers Japanese casual dining experience. So, why is it called The Container? The name comes from the shipping container Izakayas that Wagyu farmers in Hokkaido gathered regularly to chit chat over small Wagyu dishes and alcohol. Customers/ Diners can always have a drink at The Container alfresco concept before heading into Aburiya restaurant for a good meal. Continue reading [SG EATS] Aburiya & The Container At Boay Quay – Affordable Wagyu Deal In Town
Tamoya Udon located at Liang Court Mall offers different types of udon dishes. The brand has 31 outlets across Japan, Taiwan, Vietnam, Indonesia and Singapore. This is my first time visiting the outlet even though I passed by whenever I am at Liang Court. Tamoya Udon was first established in 1996 by Chef Tamotsu Kurokawa, who was crowned the sanuki udon champion when he entered TV Champion, a reality cooking show in Japan. Continue reading [SG EATS] Tamoya Udon At Liang Court Mall- New Hotpot Menu
Does Rumah Rasa sounds familiar to you? Yes, you are right! After years in hiatus, Bay Hotel Singapore has decided to re-launch Rumah Rasa, the halal- Indonesia restaurant. The restaurant has taken over Street 50 Restaurant & Bar space. Continue reading [SG EATS] Rumah Rasa At Bay Hotel Singapore- Halal-Indonesia Restaurant
Teppei Syokudo Plaza Singapura and Man Man Unagi have a pop-up collaboration for the month of July and August 2017. For those who know about Man Man Unagi, you will definitely know about the crazy queue. Fret not; you can now enjoy it at Teppei Syokudo without queuing. Continue reading [SG EATS] Teppei X Man Man Unagi Collaboration For This July & August 2017
The King of Fruit has arrived! And by that I am referring to durian. The true season for these thorny delights lies between June and August, and that means now is the best time for you to bliss out on the prized, wickedly-pungent fruit. Just so you make full use of the season, we’ve rounded up five popular haunts for you to buy your durians. Continue reading [SG EATS] Hao Chi Durian – All Types of Durian You Can find from Malaysia!