Wednesday, December 28, 2016
Edogawa Naramachi is renowned for their execution of fresh unagi and the restaurant is equally popular with both locals and tourists. We walked in at around 730pm on a weeknight and were greeted by really warm service. We took off our shoes and placed them in the lockers provided before we were ushered to a traditional tatami-style room.
Monday, December 26, 2016
I was really insistent on making a trip to Kobe just to try Kobe beef until I was told that I could actually get it in Osaka. Tsurugyu is a really popular haunt with both locals and tourists alike. You need a reservation to dine here, so don't even dream of trying to walk in!
Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Flowers have made a comeback as gifts over the past couple of years. There has been an increased interest in flower arrangement and bouquet creation. There are so many florists in Singapore now so if you are keen to get a bouquet, where do you go? Let me introduce you to Smile Floral.
Monday, December 19, 2016
I've heard so many good things about Cook & Brew on level 33 of The Westin! The romantic restaurant is known for an abundance of natural light streaming in in the day, great views of the Marina Bay area, brilliant interpretations of classic dishes, a wide selection of fine wines and more than a hundred different beers.
Tuesday, December 13, 2016
Few have seen Morton's in daylight but with the new Sunday lunch that features a three-course lunch set that goes for just $65, things are about to change. Having debuted Sunday lunch on Easter Sunday, Morton's brought it back again on Father's Day. The overwhelming response surprised the team at Morton's and they have decided to make it a permanent fixture, much to the joy of their fans!
Sunday, December 11, 2016
Following the success of their first outlet at The Central, three year old E!GHT has made a bold expansion move to open up an eighty seater at Shaw Centre. To celebrate their opening, E!GHT has introduced the Big Hog Plate, which is extremely popular in Korea right now. E!GHT aims to keep up with the trends in Korea to offer diners a current and up-to-date dining experience, similar to what they will get in Korea.