La Pepa – Home-style Spanish Food at Gemmill Lane

La Pepa at Gemmill Lane probably isn’t the most heard of Spanish restaurant. In fact, it is so low key that my friends doubted its existence. It is a small and casual place and feels like the place to chill in a fuss-free kind of environment. The place wasn’t crowded when we visited. In fact, we…

Le Binchotan – French Japanese Fusion Hidden In A Back Alley

Le Binchotan located at Amoy street serves a fusion of French-Japanese tapas smoked over white charcoal. The bar is hidden and you have to enter though Gemmill lane in order to gain access to the elusive restaurant. The first sight that greets you will be a narrow bar space that is dimly lit to somewhat portray…

Angeleno – Tried and Tested

When I read that Chef David Almany from Mozza opens his own place, it has made it to my list of restaurants to try. So when the friend suggested a catch-up at this place, I was really excited about it. Located at Gemmil Lane, the place isn’t big and it was full house that evening…

Restaurant Week 2014: Wolf @ Gemmill Lane

It’s the start of restaurant week again! Every time I go to restaurant week, it feels like a roller coaster ride. The anticipation of some good/decent/spectacular food and the disappointment when reality doesn’t meet expectation. Haha so this time round, my first visit was at Wolf, a nose to tail dining restaurant located at Gemmill…