Category Archives: Restaurant Reviews

Tiger Street Lab Restaurant Review – Jewel Changi Airport

Tiger Street Lab is the restaurant to visit if you are a fan of Singapore’s Tiger beer. Situated on the top floor of the newly opened Jewel Changi Airport amongst lush greenery and views of the world’s largest indoor waterfall, Tiger Street Lab is a place where you can relax and unwind during the day… Read More »

Ginza Lion Restaurant Review – Suntec City

A renowned beer hall in Japan, Ginza Lion was Japan’s first ever beer hall, having opened in 1899 in the Ginza district in Tokyo. Singapore’s only branch of Ginza Lion is located in Suntec City and serves not only beers, including their own signature beer, but they have a huge menu of western and Japanese… Read More »

Violet Oon Restaurant Review – Bukit Timah Singapore

Violet Oon’s restaurant in Bukit Timah serves authentic traditional and modern Nyonya cuisine. From a slightly shabby looking entrance, you’ll step into a cosy restaurant with interiors that exude Peranakan heritage charm. What I tasted during my meal there last week was almost exceptional. We were the first to arrive at the restaurant when it… Read More »

Big Fish Small Fish Restaurant Review – Punggol East Container Park

When I’m missing the fish and chips from my local chippy back home in London, Big Fish Little Fish is one of the places I go to satisfy those cravings. Although not exactly traditional British fish and chips, they certainly fry up a good fish and the “chips” are actually super crunchy and highly addictive… Read More »

Ootoya Japanese Restaurant Review – Orchard Central

Ootoya is where you can find traditional Japanese food and it is the restaurant of choice for Japanese expats living here that want a taste of their mother’s home-cooked food. With branches around the world, there are currently three in Singapore, all serving wholesome and nutritionally balanced meals. I was invited the other day to… Read More »

Hokkaido Marche’s Maruki & Ajisai Noodles Review – Orchard Central

Hokkaido is the place to go in Japan if you want delicious fresh seafood, quality beef and some of the nation’s best produce. I’ve had many a good Kaisen-don and Miso Ramen during my travels there and there’s also an abundance of other local specialties including soup curry, nabe, potato snacks, ice cream, beer and… Read More »