Ren Lounge – Japanese Omakase in a Bar

Ren Lounge was one of those I’ve saved during P2HA and decided to try when dine-in resumes. This place for those unfamiliar with South Beach area is located facing Suntec cos I took awhile to find it. Helmed by Chef Samuel who had gained experience from Shinji at St Regis, I was the only one…

Oshino – Revisited For Sushi Course

Went back to Oshino again, this time for their sushi course. Their sushi edomae ($180) consists of 15 pieces nigiri sushi, maki, soup & dessert. Some things are a little different now like they have 2 seatings (probably due to the incredible reservation list); the earlier at 12 noon and the later at 1.30pm. Also,…

Folklore – Simple, Peranakan Food at Destination Singapore

Located on the second floor of Destination hotel Singapore, which is a pretty new mid-scale hotel under Park Hotel Group and so new until taxi drivers never heard of, stands Folklore restaurant helmed by chef┬áDamian D’Silva. With a vision to bring heritage cuisine to the table, the restaurant serves a variety of Peranakan dishes. We…

Boru Boru X Candour Coffee – Pop Up Serving Chirashi Don

Located along Beach road, Boru Boru serves delicious Japanese rice bowls at an affordable price. This pop up stall in Candour Coffee occupies a small space within and has a decent menu catered to mostly lunch time crowd though they are opened for dinner as well (weekdays only). Signatures include Boru Chirashi, Truffle Somen, 48…

The Masses – Serving Delicious Sincere Food at Beach Road

The Masses is probably one of the most talked about restaurants since its opening given it’s founded Dylan, the once co-owner of Saveur. The restaurant is located at Beach road, along the stretch of steamboat eateries right opposite Shaw. A small place, tastefully decorated with relaxed atmosphere, diners can look forward to an enjoyable evening…