Tag Archives: Boat Quay Restaurants

[SG EATS] My 1st Jingisukan At The Hitsuji Club | Circular Road

Have you ever heard of Jingisukan? According to Wikipedia-Jingisukan (ジンギスカン, “Genghis Khan”) is a Japanese grilled mutton dish prepared on a convex metal skillet or other grill. The dish is particularly popular on the northern island of Hokkaido, in China and in Thailand. I visited The Hitsuji Club located at Circular Road few days back to try Jingisukan. I was told that The Hitsuji Club is the first jingisukan specialist restaurant around Boat Quay area. Continue reading [SG EATS] My 1st Jingisukan At The Hitsuji Club | Circular Road

[SG EATS] Aburiya & The Container At Boay Quay – Affordable Wagyu Deal In Town

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

[SG EATS] AFFORDABLE FRESH ITALIAN PASTAS BY PASTA FRESCA DA SALVATORE

Few weeks ago, I was invited to try out Pasta Fresca da Salvatore at Boat Quay. I was told that they started out as a small pasta shop at Bukit Timah selling pastas before it ventures to restaurant when Mr Salvatore’s mum started serving them. And so from there, they expanded to Boat Quay and another outlet at Siglap. The brand has also expanded their business to China. This Italian brand has established since 28 years ago in Singapore that specializes in handmade pastas. Continue reading [SG EATS] AFFORDABLE FRESH ITALIAN PASTAS BY PASTA FRESCA DA SALVATORE

[SG EATS] My Little Spanish Place | Boat Quay

My Little Spanish Places is first founded in March 2010 and located in Bukit Timah neighbourhood. It has expanded to new outlet located at Boat Quay few months back. The Spanish restaurant is helmed by two chefs with strong Spanish heritage, Maria Sevillano from Salamanca, Spain and Edward Esmero from Philipines. I was honored to be one of the invited to enjoy an evening at their new outlet at Boat Quay. Continue reading [SG EATS] My Little Spanish Place | Boat Quay