Reviews

JOO – New Makgeolli Bar & Restaurant with Modern Korean Fare

Wednesday, 25 March 2015 Leave a comment Posted in: # Korean

Located within a heritage three-storey shophouse opposite Bugis Junction, Joo is the latest trendsetting addition to a vibrant F&B scene. What’s in the name? ‘Joo’ is ‘alcohol’ in Korean – and Joo, the bar and restaurant takes it seriously, with a funky drinks menu complemented by quality food. It is the first in Singapore to proudly brew its signature drink – the makgeolli – as well as serve it on …

Mad About Sucre – Made from Scratch, Made with Style

Monday, 23 March 2015 Leave a comment Posted in: * Must Try *, Cafe, Cakes

Because all my friends have been raving about Mad About Sucre, I paid a visit last Saturday. Opened by by siblings Eric and Lena Chan, Eric does marketing while Lena takes care of the kitchen. Graduated from Le Cordon Bleu, Lena used to work in Sugarplum Cake Shop – a stunning wedding cake shop in Paris. Don’t play play ok! Using French techniques in her cakes, Lena does not use …

O’nya Sayang – Affordable Peranakan Food at Paya Lebar Square

Saturday, 21 March 2015 Leave a comment Posted in: # Nonya

There are always new malls opening in Singapore but most of the malls look similar because they carry the same brands. However in Paya Lebar Square, there is a modern Peranakan restaurant called O’nya Sayang. Founded and helmed by Executive Chef Zan Ho, a third generation Peranakan Chef, he grew up in the kitchen and learnt how to cook traditional Peranakan cuisine from his mother, who opened Dulukala Peranakan Restaurant …

Suki Thai @ Golden Mile Complex – No Frills Thai Food, Steamboat & Mookata

Wednesday, 18 March 2015 3 Comments Posted in: # Thai

If you are seeking a quiet and comfortable meal in Golden Mile Complex, check out Suki Thai – Steamboat & Thai Cuisine. Opened just a few months ago, the eatery serves a range of Thai dishes, steamboat and mookata. The menu is grouped according to different categories – meat, seafood, vegetables, dumplings, dumplings, premiums, snacks, combo. Most meat are priced at $4.50, while the more expensive premium items such as …

Hong Kong Dim Sum Feast at Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant

Monday, 16 March 2015 Leave a comment Posted in: Dim Sum

Dim Sum is in every Chinese’s cultural DNA, and this age-old tradition of sharing these mouthwatering bite-sized morsels are as alive and popular in Singapore as it is in Hong Kong. From 9 to 22 March, Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant is gearing up to provide diners with a scrumptious ensemble of dim sum creations, masterfully handcrafted by guest chefs Chow Shing Yip and Liu Wai Hung from JW Marriott Hotel …