Does Burger & Lobster make the best lobster rolls in Singapore?
It wasn’t surprising when Burger & Lobster opened at Jewel Changi in 2019. You’d have heard of many Singaporeans flocking to their London outlet, much like Flat Iron — which inspired the popular Featherblade.
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.
Papi’s Tacos is the most popular taco Stand around, reserve your seats
This hole in the wall along Seah Street serve up some of the best tacos around, and it shows in their packed venue (pre-covid at least). Casual and intimate, Papi’s is a great spot to hang with friends over some tacos and margaritas ($10 margaritas for happy hour too)
Wine RVLT brings revolution to the wine scene, and also your tastebuds.
Wine is often perceived for being “bougie”, lest you plan to get smashed on cheap supermarket wine. Some don’t agree with that idea. Wine RVLT in particular.
Roketto Izakaya brings quirky local flair to your favourite dishes.
We have a lot of fusion restaurants in the scene, but none as unapologetically Singaporean as the popular mod sin concepts by celebrity chef Willin Low.
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.