Sabio Tapas Bar & Restaurant is located on the slope of Duxton Hill, alongside Buyan Russian Restaurant and Flor Patisserie.
There’s just something intoxicating about eating in a tapas bar. Maybe it’s the idea of having a glass/(es) of wine with many plates of Spanish appetisers. Maybe it’s the fact that you get to chill out with a group of friends after a long day of work. Or maybe it’s simply because I am a big fan of Spanish cuisine.
With so many restaurants lined along the two sides of Lorong Mambong, it’s easy to miss out Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ restaurant if you are new to Holland Village. How many times have I walked past it when I was in the area? Plenty.
I can’t believe that it took me until now to try the Japanese restaurant, but boy am I glad that I finally went there for dinner recently. Gyu Kaku means bull horn in Japanese, but to me, it translates to meat heaven.
First Thai at Purvis Street has been around for a few years, so it’s not surprising that the Thai eatery is perpetually crowded during meal times.
While I love going to fancy restaurants, it is impossible to spend so much on food all the time. That’s why I am always on the lookout for cafes that serve decent food at affordable prices.
Tea Cosy at Plaza Singapura is one of them. It serves a pretty decent afternoon high tea at $29.95 for two, from 2.30pm to 6pm daily.
I first went to 1-TwentySix restaurant at Playground @ Big Splash, East Coast Park a year ago. It was a romantic restaurant to dine in, but I thought that the food was unremarkable for the price point, so I didn’t blog about it. Two months back, I went back again for dinner as a group of friends wanted to go there.
1 Twenty Six is a large sea-fronting beach restaurant & bar. While they have a nice indoor dining room, most of the customers prefer to eat at the al fresco area where you can enjoy the sea breeze and chill out with a group of friends over dinner and drinks.
Singapore has many cool and happening places where you can chill out with your friends and people watch at the same time.
Here’s a list of the must See and Be Seen Restaurants in Singapore.
I love making list posts and guides to restaurants in Singapore. They are very useful when I want to search for a restaurant that serves a particular cuisine, or places to eat in Singapore. For those of you who are new to my food blog, here are the Singapore Restaurant Guides that I’ve written before.
[ Cuisines in Singapore ]
French Restaurants in Singapore
German Restaurants in Singapore
Italian Restaurants in Singapore
Japanese Restaurants in Singapore
Korean Restaurants in Singapore
Spanish Restaurants in Singapore
Thai Restaurants in Singapore
[ Popular Dining Places in Singapore ]
Guide to Chip Bee Gardens Restaurants
Guide to Dempsey Hill Restaurants
Guide to Greenwood Avenue Restaurants
Guide to Holland Village Restaurants
Guide to Orchard Road Restaurants
Guide to Rochester Park Restaurants
Guide to Sunset Way Restaurants
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I have always wanted to eat more Middle Eastern food, but most of my friends are not adventurous enough to try it. I don’t know about you, but to me, there’s just something appealing about a luxurious dinner fit for Arabian kings.
While there are quite a few Middle Eastern restaurants in Holland Village and Arab Street, we lack one that truly stands out, until Anar Restaurant came along.
Located by the waterfront of Resorts World Sentosa, Anar Middle Eastern Restaurant comes from an established chain of restaurants from the Middle East, namely Dubai and Abu Dhabi. It is a fitting addition to the rank of restaurants in Resorts World Sentosa.