For a starter, we ordered the soft shell crab. I love soft shell crab and this was one of the highlights of the appetiser department! Paired with lobster bisque (one of my favourite soups), it complimented well with the crispy and fragrant crab :> I ordered the Boston Lobstah roll which tasted as good as it looks and sounds haha.. chockfull of lobster chunks paired with yummy fries. Click here to read more. http://vevong.blogspot.sg/2014/06/boston-seafood-shack.html
On top of that, Barossa has 2 dining spots, Esplanade and Holland Village. Thinking that Esplanade can boasts a view of Marina Bay Sands while we enjoy our al fresco dinner on a Sunday night, unfortunately they were fully booked, thus Holland Village it is. Thankfully, we were given the outdoor seats as I enjoy that outdoor and casual feeling. Click here to read full blog http://lepakwithyaops.wordpress.com/2014/05/18/barossa/
From restaurant reviews to recipes and interviews with Aussie expats and chefs, we’re tackling food from the Land of Oz this month. Click here to read more. Barossa, WD Australian Expat Living May 2014. pg 264
Have been wanting to try Suki-Ya for the longest time and finally had the chance to dine in at their Bugis+ brunch on a weekday night for dinner. … Super excited at the All-you-can-eat Buffet style and all ready to charge!! Plenty of selections from veggies, to seafood, carbs like rice and noodles too. Click here to read more. http://faithjoyhope.blogspot.sg/2014/04/food-review-sukiya-dinner-steamboat.html#.U-s0w2OaITB
Singaporeans are no strangers to food.
Thus, there is no surprise when there is an entire mall showcasing different cuisines of food to spoil our tastebuds silly. Bedok Point is turning 3, and constantly seeks to revamp itself by bringing in new F&B offerings.
Shall not bore you with text, and let the photos do all that talking.
First up, Suki-Ya (eat all you can sukiyaki & shabu shabu)!Tried the new soups on the menu, and the above photo featured the following pairings: Laksa & Butauiku (Pork based soup) and Kimchi & Touyu Miso. My personal favourite would be both the Kimchi and Touyu Miso.
Click here to read more. http://nicole.sg/archives/food-galore-at-bedok-point/
Suki-ya aims to serve heart-warming comfort food in the form of an all-you-can-eat hot pot. On the menu is premium beef, Wagyu beef, chicken or pork, all of which are thinly sliced such that they are no thicker than paper, allowing for the meat to be cooked swiftly with a few swishes in the hot pot.
To ensure a balanced meal, both on the palate and on the food pyramid, the Suki-ya Healthy Bar offers a wide selection of vegetables and fruits.
– See more at: http://www.thesmartlocal.com/read/bedok-point-food-trail#sthash.TifLeMs7.dpuf
Click here to read more. http://www.thesmartlocal.com/read/bedok-point-food-trail
If you are looking for a perfect dining venue, TongKang Riverboat Dining may be one of you consideration as you go on board on the last surviving pair of tongkangs at Clarke Quay, enjoy the night view of Singapore river and enjoy sizzling hot stone dishes. Click here to read full post. http://www.misstamchiak.com/clarke-quay-food-trail-by-foodtravel-magazine/
This week, I visited some of the most interesting restaurants in JEM to savour the tantalising flavours of Asia. Find out why the culinary treats I’ve realised at these eateries have been drawing the crowds. Click here to read full article 201406 Apr The Sunday Times (Part 2)
There’s more to Clarke Quay than boisterous, festive fun and partying. In fact, this quintessential Singapore River location played a major role in Singapore’s history – it’s the spot where Sir Stamford Raffles disembarked when he first stepped foot in Singapore. Click here to read full article.SF0314_IG_ClarkeQuay Pg3&4
Rocku is a fun place. Built like a large dining room, each table with its own smokeless charcoal grill. It has been a popular venue for the younger set to have a good meal, and catch up with friends. The venue provides live band entertainment 5 nights a week. Click here to read more. http://shiokhochiak.blogspot.sg/2014/03/rocku-yakiniku-restaurant.html