Kamoshita – Oden Izakaya I Never Knew Existed

Never realised the existence of this place until I was googling for places that opened for Sunday dinner. And it was an interesting find given Kamoshita specialises in oden which is rarely heard of in Singapore. Located at Neil road which is closer to the Maxwell Hawker end, the restaurant was packed with Japanese all…

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…

Grids & Circles – Charming Cafe in the Heart of Chinatown

Visited this café at Chinatown one day which was an interesting find. The place is easily accessible from the MRT station, in fact just a short walk away. It’s a charming little café with mostly Japanese-inspired hardware, furnished in gold and pastel countertop. The cafe took up the entire 3 floors – dining on the…

Caffé B – Japanese Italian Fusion at Club Street

Having resided at Marina Bay Sands for 6 years, Caffe B has moved to its new place at Club Street. The 3-story shophouse is divided into a bar on its first floor, dining area on the second and a private area on the third. The whole concept feels very relaxed, from its cutely decorated exterior…