Today’s post is about Spruce, a quaint little establishment on a hill, a little off Tanglin Road. Heard nice things about it, so decided to go and try it out. Only realised later that it had gotten rather negative reviews online, but still glad I went there. My conclusion is that – it is another restaurant with great ambience but just moderately decent food. The … Continue reading Spruce, Phoenix Park
This is totally my favouritest bar in Singapore, EVER. With a superbly chill-out ambience in an old house on a secluded little hill in Portsdown, this bar does not have a paper menu. Instead, it has well-spoken bartenders asking you what kind of tastes you like, and then mixing up a fresh fruit cocktail based on your preferences. A cosy, intimate type of setting – … Continue reading Klee, Portsdown Road (Closed)
First off, I must apologize for my long absence from posting on this blog. I have been rather busy, and – I have just graduated from university! Yay/oh no! Yes anyway it has been quite a busy last few months. Okay anyway enough about me and on to the food. So one fine Saturday about 2 months ago, a friend and I visited the Ritz … Continue reading Chihuly Lounge, The Ritz Singapore
It’s durian season once again and I’ve recently tried 2 yummy variants of desserts/snacks using this fruit we love-to-hate and hate-to-love. One of which is the legendary Goodwood Park Hotel Durian Mousse Cake, and mmmm, it is YUMMMMY! I tried it two ways – slightly frozen and completely defrosted (it came frozen and you have to freeze it in order to keep it fresh for … Continue reading Durian, mmm…
I now interrupt the postings about my epicurean adventures in Europe with a short post and picture about a really, really, REALLY awesome, cholesterol stuffed, oil dripping, fat inducing, heart stopping Singaporean food wonder that is TULANG. Imagine meaty mutton bones soaked in hot, steaming, thick, tasty sauce filled with crunchy cabbage, peas and potato pieces. The soft, squishy marrow, when extracted, melts in your … Continue reading Tulang, Newton Circus
A nice quiet restaurant with a Michelin star in a small town in the Rhone-Alps region of France, Le Belvédère is truly a gem – fabulous food at reasonable prices, a cosy ambience perfect for a romantic date or just a nice, long dinner with friends, and with impeccable service. Fantastic view, too. Possibly the best restaurant I have ever been to. And also in … Continue reading Le Belvédère, Annecy
A charming little restaurant ensconced in the back streets of an equally charming city, it serves up daily specials of the freshest seafood to tantalize your palates. Some friends who had gone on exchange the previous cycle recommended this place, and we decided to try it due to the raving reviews. The seafood really was great, but I’m not so sure if it was worth … Continue reading Corte Sconta, Venice
Was probably not a good idea to start a blog right before going on exchange – will be out of the country for the next four months, so probably won’t have much time to post. Will try to eat exciting food and update later though, I suppose! 🙂 Continue reading Leaving on a jet plane.
Heard about this place from a colleague with raving reviews, and decided to give it a try one day with some friends. And it didn’t disappoint. Also, if you’re wondering why my reviews are mostly positive, it’s probably because I’ve only bothered posting about the good places so far! Haha. Okay anyway, moving along now. The bistro/lounge was dimly lit and quiet, with quaint decorations … Continue reading Covo Bistro & Lounge at Greenwood (CLOSED)
This place looks great: Cilantro Review by ieatishootipost Gonna try that soon! Continue reading Cilantro at Bukit Merah
A new place opened up just nearby and we decided to check it out. Whenever I pass it while travelling down Bukit Timah Road, the lights pouring out of the entirely glass walls almost always manages to catch my attention. I hear the owner designed it to be like a beacon, which seems like an appropriate word to describe this quaint corner bistro. Let’s start … Continue reading Tinhill Bistro and Winebar (CLOSED)
The idea popped into my head one day. Since I take a ridiculous amount of pictures of food, and love going to nice places to try new things, I’ve decided to chronicle these (somewhat) gourmet adventures in a food blog. Yes, yes, I know, joining the many hundreds which already exist. But well, a passion is a passion, and it’s nice to share it with … Continue reading Hello world!