Living in a cosmopolitan city means that most of us are spending long hours in air-conditioned rooms or buildings the entire day. But it is always a refreshing change to be outdoors with the fresh air and natural breeze.
This is why restaurants that offer al fresco dining areas are getting more and more popular. Some of these restaurants offer sky-high views while others boast magnificent views of lush greenery.
Whether you are looking for a place to spend a romantic night with your other half, have a meeting with your clients or showing the best of Singapore to your foreign friends, these 19 Romantic Al Fresco Restaurants In Singapore are sure to impress. READ ON
Sentosa has a myriad of different restaurants and cuisine types for the whole family. A fun day at the beach includes dining at one of the many F&B establishments within the island, and the options range from luxurious restaurants to casual beach eateries.
Amidst all the laughter and fun, the thought of where to grab a good meal in Sentosa has probably crossed your mind. Contrary to most expectations, the island of Sentosa is filled with plenty of good eats from a range of different cuisines; you will never be bored!
There are so many cafes and restaurants in Sentosa that will be worth travelling all the way into the heart of the island for. Whether you head down as a family or with friends, you will find a restaurant that suits you. Here are 9 Cafes & Restaurants In Sentosa You Must Check Out.
What would be the most ideal, magical and romantic date with your partner? Imagine a gorgeous setting and a five-course meal; that would be Valentine’s Day that your partner is hoping for. Treat yourself and your partner to an unforgettable Valentine’s evening at the all-new PORTA located in Park Hotel Clarke Quay.
Be prepared to be floored by the classy European-style architecture; cosy and intimate, PORTA is the place to go to impress your date for the night.
Nothing is better than a bottle of Moscato, a luxurious five-course meal and the company of your favourite person. Here is what you can expect from PORTA’s stunning Valentine’s Day menu.
Fynn’s Café—conveniently located right outside Esplanade MRT Station Exit CC3—is a gorgeous new addition to South Beach Avenue. The beautiful modern all-day dining café reminded us of our good old days in Melbourne. It is worth mentioning staff members are attentive and friendly – a trait that Singapore’s hospitality industry greatly lacks.
We dropped by on a weekday afternoon and Fynn’s Café was packed with customers; expatriates and office dwellers make up the bulk of the crowd. No surprise there, since it is located just a stone’s throw away from the office building and JW Marriott Hotel.
Sure, we are extremely happy for the chosen ones, but there are still a couple of dining establishments that are no less deserving of the Michelin star and we only wished they were given the recognition too. These places are equally reputable and definitely regarded as Singapore’s best restaurants, and we are sure many share our sentiments on this.
While the Michelin star(s) is a testimony to a restaurant’s success, it does not necessarily mean that any restaurants without it actually pales in comparison. From modern Australian barbecue restaurant Burnt Ends, Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine to award-winning Tippling Club, here are 11 Best Restaurants in Singapore That Do Not Have Michelin Stars.
Over the years and especially in recent times, a new wave of mod-sin gourmet interpretations have been taking Singapore’s dining scene by storm and we are now seeing more and more unique East-meets-West creations. The terminology ‘mod-sin’ stands for modern Singaporean and refers to the interesting marriage of local delicacies and western classics, and should be a harmonious blend of flavours that complement each other.
With that simple but important focus, redpan at Marina Square – a hidden gem we fell in love with lately – has created a comprehensive menu of fusion inventions that have successfully combined the best of both worlds.
A little fun fact: redpan is an exciting collaborative venture between local architectural company DP Architects and homegrown The Food Explorer Group, who is behind Grub.
From Truffle Floss Fries, Prawn & ‘Hae Bi Hiam’ Pasta and Banana Donuts ‘Milo Dinosaur’, redpan’s menu drove us crazy and we actually cannot pick just one favourite. Well, our lunch was good and these were what we had.
Built in the 19th century, historic national monument CHIJMES is one of Singapore’s most beautiful infrastructures. The heritage complex – characterised by its distinct neo-classical gothic style – has been restored to its glorious yesteryears and today, the former chapel is home to a plethora of exciting dining destinations.
From award-winning Pan-Asian restaurant Coriander Leaf to modern Australian restaurant Whitegrass, here are The Best Lunch Spots in CHIJMES – Great Food, Even Better Ambience.
154-seater Yàn is a beautiful Cantonese restaurant that sits on the fifth floor of the stunning museum, and we are completely in love with the restaurant’s chinoiserie-chic vibes and menu of elegant Cantonese cuisine.
A new Chinese gourmet star has emerged in Singapore’s City Hall district and we have to share with you the dining highlights of our meal at Yàn. From Crispy Roast Suckling Pig, Double-boiled Chicken Soup to Dim Sum Platter, here are 9 Dishes We Love From Yàn.
Quote “ladyironchef” to get 10% off your bill at Yàn from now till 30 June 2016 (the promotion is valid every day for both lunch and dinner.