Tuesday is usually the hardest day of the week. Even though everyone always grumbles about Mondays blues, I’d think that Monday isn’t as bad as Tuesday since we are fully recharged during the weekends. But Tuesday, they are neither here nor there. It isn’t midweek yet, nor is it just-one-more-day-to-Friday, and obviously it isn’t TGIF.
Anyway, my point is: Tuesday sucks. So stop asking if everything is okay, because it is not. But my dear, I want to give you some hope. I want you to see the light at the end of the tunnel week. I’m going to try and make your day better by blogging about the High Tea Buffet at Barracks Cafe House Dempsey Road.
After coming up with Guides to Holland Village, Chip Bee Garden, and Dempsey Road restaurants, I have been thinking: where’s next? I want to blog about a dining area which is not known to most, and hopefully it will encourage you to check it out.
The stretch of Greenwood Avenue restaurants immediately came to mind: a) there’s a good mix of Brazilian, Chinese, Italian, Japanese, Mexican, and Western restaurant, b) the restaurants at Greenwood Avenue are nice for a quiet dinner away from the city and c) not many people have been there before.
Here’s a complete guide to the Greenwood Avenue Restaurants:
Dempsey Hill is arguably one of the hottest dining destinations in Singapore. From chi-chi restaurants and cafes like The White Rabbit, PS Cafe, and Au Petit Salut, to restaurants serving alternative cuisine like Magarita’s and Don Quijote – there is surely an option or two for everyone. Dempsey Hill is indeed a food sanctuary and a gem in Singapore.
Here is a complete guide to restaurants in Dempsey Hill Singapore.