Bringing the best of both Eastern and Western Mediterranean cuisine in a summer beach setting right smack in the city might sound a little far-fetched, but Summerlong at Robertson Quay has done just that.
The open kitchen, helmed by Chef Justin Hammond of Neon Pigeon, serves up a mix of snacks and mains that include their Lemon & Garlic hummus with Lebanese Minced Lamb and their stellar Chargrilled Octopus, Parsnip, Garlic, Honey dish which diners constantly rave about.
Photo Credit: Wolfgang’s Steakhouse
If the words, USDA Black Angus Beef, dry-aged and tender are among your top few trigger words then great news for all you steak and meat aficionados, because Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is opening its first outlet in Singapore!
Making its debut on 14 October 2017, this New York institution will open its doors at the InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is famed for serving tender cuts of prime USDA Black Angus beef, which are dry-aged for about a month in their in-house proprietary ageing room and cooked using traditional methods.
Brizo Restaurant & Bar at Park Hotel Clarke Quay has always been loved for their seafood buffet, with rotating themes every quarter so there will always be something to look forward to. Its latest theme is ‘Ahoy! It’s Seafood Night!’, and this free-flow feast features over 20 types of seafood, several hot live stations and a mouthwatering selection of desserts that will give you the bang for your buck.
Customers get to dig into unlimited portions of premium seafood dishes such as the famous Singapore Chilli Crab, Mediterranean seafood paella, freshly shucked French oysters and more delicacies.
Priced at S$65++ per adult, the amount one pays is considered a steal when compared to many other seafood buffets in Singapore. You get unparalleled variety for what you pay! Children under six years old dines for free. ‘Ahoy! It’s Seafood Night!’ buffet is available till 27 December 2015 from every Thursday to Sunday night.
Readers of ladyironchef can enjoy 25% discount off ‘Ahoy! It’s Seafood Night!’ buffet by quoting “ladyironchef” when making reservations and paying the bill.
From the people behind Lucha Loco, Super Loco is an upbeat Mexican restaurant along Robertson Quay that boasts Mexican vibes; it will enchant you to no end. The specially curated menu features Mexican street finds, power packed with delicious flavours that would be an absolute delight to your tastebuds.
Aburiya is a common name that I have always heard from friends when we talk about Japanese BBQ restaurant. Though I am a frequent diner of the restaurants at Robertson Quay, I only found myself stepping in to Aburiya some time recently. And after my dinner, I can understand why Aburiya has its steady flow of customers nightly.
If you are like me, always craving for Japanese food, you need to make a trip down to Shunjuu Izakaya – a restaurant that is known for its sumiyaki (Japanese charcoal grill).
It is easy to walk past Shunjuu Izakaya, located along in Robertson Quay, an area packed with good restaurants and eateries. But once you have been there, chances are, you will be a regular.
Note: Smitten Coffee & Tea Bar is now closed.
Many indie cafes have been making a name for themselves in the local scene, and I think it is a good thing because more and more people are starting to appreciate coffee.
Smitten Coffee & Tea Bar at Robertson Quay is one of those that has been gaining loyal followers for serving good coffee. If you are going on a cafe hopping adventure, you should definitely include it in your list.
Satsuma Shochu Dining Bar is a Shochu speciality izakaya at The Gallery Hotel that is known for serving yummy charcoal-grill skewers.
If you are searching for a great after work spot for food and drinks with friends, check out Satsuma at Robertson Quay. It is certainly a place I can see myself frequently whenever I feel like having Japanese food.