Kiwami Food Hall spells great concept with four Japanese masters. Amidst its hour long queues, it’s all smoke and mirrors with forgettable dishes.
Here’s an eclectic Japanese-Peruvian eatery for date nights, group meetings, and for foodies looking for the next best thing in NYC.
For anyone looking to fill an empty stomach before going on a bender night in Williamsburg, Rule of Thirds deserves the top spot.
By far the biggest disappointment ever. Omotesando Koffee might be better off not opening in PH at all.
18 years later, Momofuku Noodle Bar remains to be one of the best ramen in NYC.
I am not here for Hattendo’s popular cream buns, but I’m here to try out their epic Iberico Katsu Sando. And it could very well be the best katsu sando in Singapore.
Chateraise Premium Yatsudoki sells the popular Fuji Premium Apple Pie, Cream Puff, Mont Blanc, Houraku Yatsugatake and even wines on tap.
Owned by the famed Les Amis group of Bistro du Vin fame, Tenjin enters the Japanese restaurant foray in Singapore with its unique moriawase tempura and tendon sets, truffle Chawanmushi, and special tare sauce.
Baristart Coffee is a coffee shop that originated from Hokkaido Japan. It serves comfort food and coffee with Hokkaido BIEI Jersey Milk.
Keisuke’s A4 wagyu sukiyaki deserves a spot in Bib Gourmand and a checkbox in your restaurant bucket list.
As Japan’s borders remain closed to foreigners, Japanese brands are flocking to Singapore in droves. Here’s where to get the coveted Tempura Egg.
Sando’s Spam and Hash is a simple, no-brainer sandwich (packed with tamagoyaki) especially for those looking for a quick bite around Alexandra Techno Park.
Bland, watery, tough to chew. The Feather Blade is cheap for its price, but they still owe serving you something that achieves steak fundamentals.
Singapore has gone crazy over sandos. I am here at Hello Arigato in Upper Thomson to try out their much talked about Gyu Sando. Is it worth the hype?
When you’re desperate for a taste of Japan in Singapore, there’s Ajiya Okonomiyaki. No doubt, they have the best Okonomiyaki in Singapore.
Bouncy, fluffy, and warm, Flippers makes the best Kiseki pancakes in Singapore.
So when’s the best time to beat the snaking lines at Sukiya?
Let me introduce you to my favorite bakery in Singapore.
The year of groceries continue its streak.
Going with the principle “Go high or go low”…