boCHINche – Trying Argentinian Cuisine for The First Time

It’s our goal to try every restaurant in Telok Ayer area. No, I’m kidding. Though working nearby makes a good excuse to venture the area. We have never tried Argentinian cuisine before, nor do we know what to expect so we just went with an open mind. The restaurant was very packed at lunch, full-house…

Avenue 87 – Reasonably-Priced Lunch Courses at Amoy Street

When I first told the friend about this place, she was like is there Avenue 88 or 89? Ha. This place was on my list to visit when they first started but finally found time to visit recently. Located at Amoy street, The restaurant space is not big and you could see the whole place…

Kimme Restaurant – Modern Korean Cuisines by Chef Sun Kim [Closed]

Being opened for some time, Kimme Restaurant serves up modern Korean cuisine based on traditional recipes. The place was packed when we visited. There was clearly no case of any virus fear anymore. And given the high turnover in the F&B industry in recent years, it remains quite a feat that Kimme still pulled the…

Dumpling Darlings – Hipster Dumpling Noodles at Amoy Street

By the same team who brought you Lola’s café, come a new establishment at Amoy street serving hipster dumpling noodles. Literally just a few steps away from Wanton Seng’s Noodle Bar, it felt like it was meant to rival the latter though conceptually, they are quite different. We arrived during peak lunch timing and the…

Birds of A Feather – Unexpected Modern Sichuan Cuisine

Birds of A Feather – A somewhat different and unique name for a restaurant. When I suggested this place for dinner, the friend asked what kind of restaurant is this?? lol Situated on Amoy Street (which has seen lots of hip F&B establishments in the area recently), this place is packed even on a weekday…