Tuesday, September 26, 2017
I've heard so much about Sushi Yasuda, which has been consistenly ranked as one of the top ten restaurants in New York City. Chef Naomichi Yasuda moved to New York in 1984 and started working at the world famous Hatsuhana. In 1999, he started Sushi Yasuda and the restaurant has been making waves ever since. Chef Yasuda moved back to Japan in 2011 and founded Sushi Bar Yasuda, which sits in the basement of a building in Minato-ku.
Our afternoon tea at Jacques Genin was amazing. X first brought me here and got me truffles and I was blown away by the design of the place. And a few days later, we returned for tea after receiving recommendations from a fellow food blogger!
Sunday, September 24, 2017
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar, not to be confused with Yardbird in Hong Kong, has brought their award-winning Southern American cuisine to our shores, right at the iconic Marina Bay Sands. If you're a die-hard fan of chicken and waffles, or are a huge fan of authentic Southern American cuisine, this is one restaurant that you definitely cannot miss.
Sunday, September 17, 2017
The Playground Coffee took over the space formerly occupied by Pits & Pans. The cafe sits in Nanyang Community Centre and is a cozy space that serves up good coffee and decent brunch fare. You may be able to find similarities, such as the use of geometric shapes in the interior design and logo, between The Playground Coffee and The Populus Coffee & Food Co at Neil Road. This is because The Playground Coffee is set up by ex-staff of the popular Populus.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Provisions, the new kid at the ever popular Dempsey, spans 1600 square feet and seats 69 in total. Diners can choose to dine in the comfort of air conditioning or catch some natural breeze in the alfresco setting, all while enjoying a hearty meal of Asian food delights and creative cocktail concoctions. Provisions rocks a industrial-chic look and promises to evoke nostalgia with ornaments and old school snacks that are familiar to us in our childhood days.
Monday, September 11, 2017
SPRMRKT was born out of a shared love for food and art. The five-year-old haunt has gone through an interior refurbishment and has recently introduced new all-day, brunch and late night menus of hearty and wholesome favourites at their McCallum Street café. Pair the new creations with their signature smoothies, refreshing organic beverages and boutique wines that follow sustainable, organic and biodynamic practices, and you won't go wrong.