We only ordered one dish – the Seafood rice, which according to their waitress, is their bestseller. On a lighter note, the waitress hurriedly took our order because Portuguese restaurants close early at 3pm. Well, that was educational.
Don’t confuse Curry Monster with Monster Curry in Singapore. Curry Monster is popular in Macau as a quick fix to your Tonkatsu cravings. If you know me, I’m never a fan of Tonkatsu set meals since they’re rather overpriced. It’s just full of unlimited cabbage that you can easily buy in a grocery!
Established in 2006 by Ramen Master Chef Ikuta Satoshi in Shibuya, Tokyo, Ramen Nagi has been hailed as Hong Kong’s best ramen and has won the Best Ramen Spot in two consecutive years (2011, 2012) at the National Ramen of the Year Competitions. Enjoy the Red King, Black King, Green King and the Original Butao Ramen only at Ramen Nagi.
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.
Dolcelatte’s croughnuts almost tasted something that has been baked for more than 2 days already, and is no longer fresh.
We all know Korean restaurants are expensive. And all the more if buffet is to be discussed. Don Day Fresh Korean Restaurant offers the cheapest Korean buffet there is with unlimited delicious Samgyeopsal to fill your empty stomach.
This town certainly has Katsu fad. From Yabu to Saboten to Ginza Bairin, everyone is looking for that piece of breaded pork served with unlimited rice and cabbage. But if you’re on a tight budget, Crazy Katsu is the best alternative for you.