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…

Mister Wu – Affordable Dry La Mian and Rice Bowls at Nankin Street

Taking over Jimoto Ya (which I’m really sad it’s gone), Mister Wu retained some of its former interior and furnishing without doing too much changes to it. The concept behind this place focuses primarily on tea, or rather trying to get more people acquainted with tea in various form. Serving a different menu for lunch…

The Sampan – Inspired by Asian Ingredients with A Modern Twist

When I first heard of The Sampan, I couldn’t help but think of the song Dayung Sampan. This newly opened restaurant is situated along boat quay, which I thought is a rather appropriate name given they are located right next to the river. Founded by former Ku De Ta manager, Steve Collinson, the cuisine focuses…

Tokidon – Serving Wagyu Beef Bowls at Hong Leong Building

If you have been to The Basement @ Hong Leong, you will find a newly furbished basement with new faces of different F&B establishments. Gone are Yong Tau Foo and Mee Siam but instead, you can find an array of eateries to cater to the CBD crowd. I would think the standout among all is…