Andrew Walsh’s flavour catfish and marriage — with a happy ending
Andrew Walsh (chef-owner of Cure, Bao Boy, et al) opened one of my most heavily anticipated restaurants of 2020 — Catfish at Telok Ayer.
Next Level Sushi Presentation at Takeshi-San
You have to set yourself apart as a affordable sushi place, in this crowded local market. New opening Takeshi-San does just that with its presentation (or “gimmick” as some would say).
A skewer bar born out of a sticky situation
This relatively new establishment was conceived to meet the unfortunate covid restrictions. as an offshoot of KTV lounge Illuzion at Neil Road. The name is a quirky double entendre — it’s a stick-focused bar, born from a sticky situation.
Does Pantler have the best cream puff in Singapore?
Singapore’s food scene has seen no lack of cafes specialising in pastries, but not many can boast of being a mainstay in the scene for as long as Pantler has been.
French Fold, Merci Marcel’s newest crepe concept — promising new brunch spot.
Merci Marcel is undoubtedly one of the most beloved cafe chains in Singapore (and a personal fav), bringing great vibes and great food with a quirky French flair. They are advancing their brand with a new crepe concept, French Fold.
Petit Pain might have one of the scariest queues in Singapore, but are the croissants worth it?
Nestled in a quaint and unassuming shop space in Katong, Petit Pain produces some of the most popular pastries in Singapore. Alas, with their secluded location and the excruciating queues, have you wondered if they are worth the pain? Quite possibly so.
A hood bearing the infamy of being the strange part of Singapore, but here’s a Yishun best food guide worth braving the crazies.
Maybe a bit out of the way, but Yishun is perhaps one of the most underrated areas in Singapore for food. From classic hawker places to innovative gelato, this list covers them all.