Fool – Unconventional Wine Bar at Boon Tat Street

Went to the much anticipated opening of Fool, which now occupied the defunct Cheek Bistro, also helmed by Chef-Owner Rishi Naleendra. They modified the place a little, and as the place was not big to start with, seatings are limited. With its focus now as a wine bar, it’s unconventional from what you would expect…

Cheek Bistro – One of The Best I’ve Eaten This Year (Closed)

Fans of Cheek by Jowl would be excited to know Cheek Bistro has opened. Led by the same team behind Cheek by Jowl, there was familiarity when you stepped into the restaurant, led by the somewhat similar furnishing of the place and the concept of its Modern Australian fare, though in a more laid-back and…

Snaps!

Snaps, memories from my trusty iPhone! Tatsuya‘s Bara Chirashi Don; have previously blogged about this. Read more about it here Looking at this makes me hungry already And since we are on the topic on Goodwood Park, here’s their famous durian cakes Durian Carrot-Walnut Cake It’s their first time introducing carrot walnut cake to their…

496. FYR Cycene ond Drinc

FYR Cycene ond Drinc, when I first stared at the name, it sounds so confusing I decided to just call it F-Y-R. It was only later on I found out it’s pronounced as Fire Kitchen and Drink, like what seriously.. Okay back to topic, it’s a new place at Boon Tat street. We walked past…

466. No Menu Bar

No Menu Bar is the casual sister of No Menu restaurant, which sits side by side along Boon Tat street. The place is crowded during lunch serving simple quick fare but dinner brings out a whole full menu. Don’t brush off the place just cos it’s kopitiam kind of setting cos, the food is simply…