Tag Archives: Singapore Restaurants

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 »

Angie’s Oyster Bar Review – Raffles Place Singapore

Located on the 45th floor of the Singapore Land Tower with gorgeous views of Marina Bay, Angie’s Oyster Bar’s amazingly cheap $1 happy hour oysters is what initially attracted me to the place. With a table booked via Chope for 6pm, my friend and I were given a lovely table outside. The happy hour oysters… Read More »

Rong Hua Bak Kut Teh Restaurant Review – Waterway Point Punggol Singapore

I recently went to Rong Hua Bak Kut Teh for a late breakfast with a reservation booked on Eatigo to get 50% off my food order. The restaurant which is usually buzzing with people was pretty quiet at 10.30am and my hubby and I with baby in tow were given a huge table to ourselves… Read More »

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka Restaurant Review – Cuppage Terrace Singapore

I love all types of ramen but I especially like the renowned miso ramen from Hokkaido so it’s no surprise that I’ve visited Santouka on numerous occasions, both here in Singapore and in Japan. For Santouka’s 11th and 8th anniversary in Singapore, for their branches in The Central and Cuppage Terrace respectively, they have launched… Read More »

Montana Singapore Cafe Review – PoMo Dhoby Ghaut

Apart from Plaza Singapura, I rarely go to other shopping centres in Dhoby Ghaut but if you venture a bit further east you’ll find PoMo shopping mall which houses this hidden gem of a cafe, Montana. Formally known as Montana Brew Bar and now as just Montana, they serve all day brunch, pasta, burgers, a… Read More »

Nanyang Old Coffee Review – Chinatown Singapore

Cheap and cheerful, Nanyang Old Coffee is one of my favourite places to go for a quick meal or snack. The branch in Chinatown serves local favourites such as Nyonya Laksa, Bak Kut Teh, Nyonya Curry Chicken and Nasi Lemak as well as Kaya Butter Toast, Chee Cheong Fan, Nyonya Bak Chang, Soon Kueh and… Read More »

Ikkousha Hakata Ramen Restaurant Review – Tanjong Pagar Singapore

Ikkousha Hakata Ramen, a Japanese ramen chain from the Hakata ward in Fukuoka in Japan famed for it’s rich tonkotsu (pork bone broth) ramen, is one of the most popular ramen restaurants in Singapore with two branches, one in Tanjong Pagar Plaza and the other in Chijmes near City Hall. It had been a couple of years since I last visited Ikkousha but as I… Read More »

Souper Tang Restaurant Review – The Centrepoint Orchard Road Singapore

Whenever I go on holiday to Malaysia, one of my friends usually wants to pay Souper Tang, or Tang Shifu as it’s also known, a visit as they have branches everywhere there so I’ve been quite a few times. Even though it’s primarily a Chinese herbal soup restaurant I almost always go for something else as I’m… Read More »

La Strada Italian Restaurant Review – Shaw Centre Singapore

Part of the Les Amis group of restaurants, La Strada is a casual trattoria in the Shaw Centre that serves home style Italian cuisine. They have an a la carte menu of starters, pastas, risottos, meat and fish mains, desserts as well as a daily 3-course set lunch with coffee or tea for $35++. They also have an… Read More »