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”…
Some of you may be wondering why I’m writing again. Here’s a delicious striploin donburi to explain.
Join the #cheesepull bandwagon.
If you’re tired of eating the usual hawker food, and you’re a bit tight in your budget, there’s one place that I would recommend where you can eat great food and save cash. Nakajima Suisan, located at B2 at Takashimaya Department Store, is probably the best find in the island.
I get it. Watanabe Coffee exists only to provide coffee and desserts.
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.
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.
Can you finish one entire bowl of giant udon noodles?
Surprisingly, it wasn’t their ramen that stood out.