Monthly Archives: February 2016

Jumbo Seafood


We tried out the Jumbo Seafood at IFC. The selection is a subset of what the Singapore outlets offer, but the preparation, quality, and service are still good. The chili crab is a must.

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The Cut Steak and Fries


After lunch we stopped over to The Cut at IAPM for a drink. We couldn’t resist an order of fries. Very crispy and tasty. I’ll be sure to get the steak and fries for the next visit.

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Liquid Laundry


Another nice brunch at Liquid Laundry. All the dishes came through quite nicely.

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Thai In


We stopped by Thai In over at Himalayas for a spicy lunch. Not comparable to Tai Cook, but it is not bad.

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Baker and Spice


After missing dinner last night, I got a bigger breakfast at Baker and Spice.

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Man Ho


We had a bit of dim sum at Man Ho while we waited for a business meeting. The service and food were at the usual good standard.

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Akasakatei Kerry Parkside


We were disappointed to see the lunch menu gone at Akasakatei. But the rice and sushi were decent for a quick lunch.

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1515 West Chophouse


We had a nice time at 1515 West Chophouse. The steak cuts were nice. The service was a bit on the slow side, but the atmosphere was nice.

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Hakkasan


We had another trip to Hakkasan for dim sum. We did a little change up with the custard buns and duck noodles which were great.

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The Beast Cafe


We dropped in to get the limited quantity desserts. Flowers all over the shop. Pretty interesting place to chill.

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Kabb


I went to Kabb in Xintiandi for lunch. I liked the brunch menu a bit better but the chicken club was not too bad.

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California Pizza


No pizza for today. I got a decent grilled vegetable salad.

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The Brew


The good old Brew Burger.

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Estado Puro


Estado Puro, Xintiandi seems like a nice tapas place. I stopped over for a lunch. The tuna and avocado is a nice dish. Eggs Benedict is not bad but my personal preference is for more crispy bacon. Service was friendly … Continue reading

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Hakkasan


We had a great dim sum lunch at Hakkasan. The dim sum selection, presentation, and taste were excellent. The desserts finished off a perfect lunch.

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Sen-ryo


I grabbed a few of the recommended items on the menu for a change of pace at Sen-ryo, Kerry Centre. The tofu with soup was especially nice.

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Ginza Bairin


I had a nice lunch at Ginza Bairin, IFC. I am disappointed that they took the matsutake dobin mushi off the menu, but the katsudon is fantastic.

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How Fun


How Fun, at Shanghai Centre, has an interesting selection of paella. The beef skewers were nicely done and I liked the long jing ice tea with lime. The paella was decent. Service and timing of food delivery could use some … Continue reading

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Heartland Black & Gold


I had a nice falafel salad at Heartland Black & Gold. The burger looked pretty tasty too.

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Wolfgang Puck


I had another try at Wolfgang Puck, Xintiandi. The cranberry drink and root vegetables were pretty good, but the pizza was not anything exceptional.

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Calypso


For Chinese New Year Eve, I went to Calypso for lunch. The stuffed pepper with crisp bacon was fantastic. Combined with the excellent service, it was a great lunch.  I need to find a partner to come back for the … Continue reading

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Vale


We tried a wasabi shrimp at Vale. They use a bit too much mayo for my taste.

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Lynn’s Coffee


It has been a while since we did Lynn’s Coffee. We had 30 minutes to spare while we waited for a meeting. it would have been nice to get the red telephone booth

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Jade Garden


We tried out the tea duck which turned out to be a nice choice. Watercress soup also hit the spot.

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Disgruntled Chef


Although the menu doesn’t highlight, I think the desserts are most notable at the Disgruntled Chef.

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Parting shot of Singapore


Singapore airport frequently changes the displays. The current display is Star Wars theme.

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Prego breakfast


On my last day in Singapore, I got breakfast at Prego, Fairmont Hotel. The congee was stacked high with add on, I can’t see the congee.

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Raffles Hotel at night


I always liked the grounds of Raffles Hotel at night.

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martial art


I saw some interesting art that is up my alley of interest.

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Angeleno


On my first work day in Singapore, we went to Italian restaurant, Angeleno. The mozzarella was great. I got the impression that the meatballs on the lunch set would be a small portion but they turned out to be pretty … Continue reading

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Anti:Dote


Anti:Dote is downstairs at the Fairmont. There is a large selection of drinks and cocktails. The tapas are decent size and tasty.

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1-Altitude


The views make this place a popular hangout after hours.  It gets a bit noisy.

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Tamashii Robataya


We did a quick lunch set after a busy morning. The beef was nice and the decor was comfortable.

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No Signboard


We went to the original outlet for No Signboard to have the white pepper crab specialty and salted egg prawns. The kitchen was a little backed up with our order, but it was still a great meal.

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