Tanoke – Serving Sake Brunch Buffet on Sundays

The friend wanted to go for brunch at Tanoke but this place ain’t your usual brunch place. It serves Japanese fare and we opted for the sake buffet which costs $48 per pax (without the food). Located at Purvis street, this place is pretty new as we found out they were just opened about a…

Izakaya Hikari – Hidden Izakaya at Fortune Centre

I was surprised to see Fortune Centre change so much. There are definitely much more eateries now as compared to the past where everyone knows it’s the go-to place for vegetarian food. Or perhaps I just haven’t been there for a long long time. lol. Anyway visited the newly opened Izakaya Hikari which is located…

Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar – The Chicken Saves It All

Taking over Big hotel at Middle road, Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar is an all-day dining venue occupying two levels of Hotel G. The space is big and airy and probably a good place to chill for the hotel guests and people looking to wind down after work. They have a weekend brunch menu as…

Founder Bak Kut Teh – New Outlet at Bugis with Bigger Menu

I was walking along Bugis Point one day when I found out that Founder Bak Kut Teh has taken over the previous bak kut teh shop (which I can’t remember the name), so we decided to have dinner there. Founder Bak Kut Teh is no stranger, with its celebrity-plastered walls and indulging peppery soup. The…

Kin Moo – Affordable Thai Dining at Bugis

Towards the end of Tan Quee Lan street lies a small unappealing shopfront. Kin Moo specialises in Thai street noodles so you can expect to find your wanton mee, tom yum noodles, pork knuckle noodles and also a different type of selection known as┬áCha Kang Rao noodle which reminds me of Thai-style minced meat noodles….