The most expensive chicken rice in Singapore. Chatterbox elevates hawker food to luxury hotel restaurant quality.
Chatterbox is perhaps best known for selling the most expensive chicken rice in Singapore. Laksa and rojak are also amongst the beloved hawker dishes that are given the same luxury treatment.
Meet Antea Social Teahouse with new age aesthetics and twists on traditional tea.
Antea Social is its own cosy little pocket universe. With gentle pink accents, warm trendy furnishing and elegant teaware, it looked like a set out of a Kinfolk Magazine shoot. Perhaps the most aesthetic cafe in Singapore.
Rishi Naleendra’s Exciting take on Australian flavours, including possibly the best bread in Singapore.
Cloudstreet is the second child of Rishi Naleendra, who first made his mark first on the Singapore restaurant scene through Cheek by Jowl, now rebranded as Cheek Bistro. He was awarded his first Michelin Star at Cheek in 2018 and is on track to open his third restaurant in Singapore.
A bright star of the thriving artisan bakery scene, a micro bakery with tremendous heart
Micro Bakery is a relative newcomer that has already solidified their stature in the artisan bakery scene in the span of year. Sourdough is ubiquitous in Singaporeright now. It’s certainly a thriving scene for such a niche, and they are at the heart of the boom.
Crowds flocking to some of the best croissants Singapore has to offer.
Stateland Coffeehouse has been reborn as Brotherbird Coffeehouse. The previously popular cafe known for unique items like their mochi donut softserve shuttered late last year. They have rebranded for their offshoot, Brother Bird to take the main stage.
delicious Japanese food to go with free flow alcohol at this authentic gem.
Izakaya Ninigashi is one of my favourites izakayas. There’s something unique about authentic izakayas, quite a special sub-culture in Singapore. Imagine thundering chatter as rowdy Japanese salarymen make merry, high on alcohol. Continue reading “Izakaya Ninigashi”
Hokkien Mee recipient of Michelin Bib Gourmand, masterfully fried with amazing sambal.
With regular queues of up to an hour and a Michelin Bib Gourmand Award, is Tiong Bahru Yi Sheng Hokkien Mee that good? Well, the ABC Brickworks store is my favourite Hokkien Mee ($4/5/6) in Singapore.
Cheek bistro is a Michelin Star restaurant with simple-looking dishes but exciting ideas.
I have long wanted to try Cheek Bistro, alas the Circuit Breaker hit. Thanks to my friend @melmeleats for treating me to this amazing Michelin-Starred meal during Circuit Breaker!
Undoubtedly the best sandwiches in Singapore.
Park Bench Deli is the mecca of gourmet sandwiches in Singapore. Which is fortunate as sandwich bistros don’t really exist in Singapore. We’re lucky Park Bench Deli set the bar so high for any future newcomers.