Singapore’s coronavirus mitigation has been very thorough. At this point, there’s light at the end of the tunnel by end of June.
People are sheltering in place from the Covid pandemic flattening the curve. In Singapore, restricitions have been extended till June.
When you’re in Singapore and are looking for noodles but not of the Asian variety. Welcome to Pasta Brava where you can eat like an Italian.
When you’re looking for that Japanese Omakase in Singapore that won’t break the bank but leave you full; Enter Teppei!
Have you heard of the Michelin starred soy sauce chicken rice at Liao Fan? There’s a difference between hearing about it and eating it!
I was surprised by how much Japanese food can be found in Singapore. I also was surprised by the quality of Saboten’s tonkatsu as well.
Zhong Guo La Mian Xiao Long Bao is the de facto place to go in Chinatown for soup dumplings! Don’t take my word for it, go ask Michelin!
Maybe it’s just me, but I really like Tong Fong Fatt Chicken Rice! Despite it’s more famous chicken rice neighbors, this is the place I go!
When you’re in need of a drink and a view of sold out F1, there’s no better place to be than Mo Bar… Of course everyone probably knows now.
Did you watch Crazy Rich Asians? Well, they ate at Newton and the only thing I wanted to eat was Tanglin Fried Oyster Omelettes!
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Down one of the many hidden side streets of Tanjong Pagar are a bunch of hidden stores. One of healthier breaklfast options is Group Therapy.
Go to Kok Sen early or risk not going at all. Plenty of times I have been turned away or found out that dishes were sold out. Don’t be me.
I first heard about International Muslim Food stall serving nasi lemak from Anthony Bourdain. While good, I don’t know if it’s Bourdain good.
Far East Orchid is a bit far away, but nothing beats their price and more importantly their variety of flowers; especially on Valentine’s!
Recently, the Marina was peppered with nightime exhibits best described by their aptly named organization, I Light Singapore.