After 20 minutes, I was physically, mentally dehydrated with the saltiness of the Reuben.
So long Prive, I am never coming back.
If you happen to have time and in the mood for a piece of steak without all the bells and whistles, I’d recommend Ma Maison Restaurant.
I’m a Japanese restaurant snob in Singapore and always think it’s glorified versus the quintessential cuisine I eat in Tokyo. Everything is overhyped. Not Tonkatsu by Ma Maison.
If you’re already tired of the usual tonkotsu ramen, Paradise Dynasty’s new shrimp ramen concept is so good, you’d want to swap your classics with something else.
Whenever I am in Singapore, I always make it a point to stop by Hoshino Coffee. This is one of my favorite places to eat when in Singapore.
Really. I don’t get where they got the inspiration from. The tea was very ordinary at outrageous prices.
Does Tiong Bahru meet my standards? Find out in this review of Merci Marcel, one of the top restaurants in this neighborhood.
Situated in Mandarin Gallery along Orchard Road, Hashida Sushi’s intimate 20 seater restaurant spells the real Omakase for you with its zen atmosphere. Chef Hashida would create their own masterpieces right in front of you and actually wait for you to taste the pureness of the fresh fish before they move on to the next masterpiece.
I only have one word for the place and it’s just sophisticated. I have 10/10 stars for the place’s brick and mortar. At night, the interiors are dreamy, black and marble.
Following TAMPOPO as the 2nd Best Ramen in Singapore by HungryGoWhere, Hakata IPPUDO 博多一風堂 is a ramen chain that’s known worldwide, literally “blowing winds” and revolutionizing the Kyushu ramen industry. First founded in 1985 by Shigemi Kawahara in Fukuoka City, IPPUDO now has more than 60 ramen joints and branches in 10 cities over the world – Japan, Kuala Lumpur, New York City, Singapore, Hong Kong, Seoul, Taipei, Sydney, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen.
Candid Cuisine is taking off its maiden inflight meal feature. Singapore Airlines spends around $500,000,000.00 every year just on food service alone. Preparing the inflight meals are an extremely gruesome process, considering the airline prepares food for approximately 447 passengers in a single flight with some frequent flyers who do not want to get tired of eating the same meals over and over again.
My whole world came to a stop, literally. My jaw dropped and I knew this is where my stomach calls me. Jamie Oliver. Jamie Oliver. Jamie Oliver.
If you’re a huge fan of Xiao Long Bao, and simply can’t get enough of it, you can just dine at Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao at Holland Village, where you get unlimited Xiao Long Bao plus steamboat buffet for a fraction of the price!
Marche brings the unique and freshest ingredients in Swiss dishes and serves it as an engaging experience to its customers as a Swiss market concept. It’s styled around the European marketplace where diners order meals from stalls. You’ll find eating at Marche a very fun experience as you read it here at Candid Cuisine.
When you’re in an Asian country, you cannot miss out Din Tai Fung, not even at Singapore. Awarded with one Michelin Star and part of New York Times’ World’s Top 10 Restaurants, Din Tai Fung is one brand that is synonymous to Xiao Long Bao in the entire world.
Where do you find the best Nasi Lemak, stripped to the bare minimum and authenticity? You’ll find it at Dragon Tree Katong Laksa. Oh and some sneak peek on the exciting cuisines soon to be featured at Candid Cuisine.
Ng Ah Sio’s Pork Rib Soup Eating House is the most popular restaurant serving authentic Bak Kut Teh since moving to Rangoon Road last March 15, 1988. Ng Ah Sio is now a brand that is synonymous to the Bak Kut Teh dish and is more than just a meager dish ~ Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Donald Tsang often dines here.
The Food Republic food court at Suntec City is one of the busiest food courts in Singapore. At lunch time, it’s at a peak, where there are almost no vacant tables, and lines are building up in each food stall. To maximize your time especially for those of you who are traveling to Singapore for a 3 Days 2 Nights only, I’ll give a rundown of the dishes that you shouldn’t miss.
I’m sure most of you know where Lau Pa Sat is. But if I ask you where Telok Ayer Market is, you won’t know where that is. Well, Telok Ayer Market is Lau Pa Sat, the latter being the colloquially referred by locals and tourists alike.