Meta – One of The Best Meals I’ve Had This Year

I’ve heard good things about Meta. Located at Keong Saik road, Meta (short for Metamorphosis) finds traces of chef Sun Kim’s Korean heritage along his Japanese culinary techniques and Western culinary trainings to create a myriad of flavours in his menu. With the kitchen at a corner, guests can spot the activities buzzing from the…

Clos Pasoh – French Brasserie with A Modern Touch

French cuisine is something I really enjoy other than Japanese being top on the list. So the friends suggested to try out Clos Pasoh, a place newly opened by Chef Louis Pacquelin formerly from now-defunct BBR by Alain Ducasse. Located among the shophouse at Bukit Pasoh area, you have to climb the stairs before stepping into…

Live Twice – Japanese-Inspired Bar Serving Sandos

Located next to Humpback, stepping past the door to discover Live Twice is like entering a different era. Wooden doors and a chic-looking bar, it did remind me of Japan with a classy mid-century style. They have a 2-hour time limit so this marked the first part of our bar-hopping for the night

Beng Who Cooks – There Is Still Room For Improvement

Beng Who Cooks started from a hawker stall then they went on to cook for the needy during Covid and now finally their new restaurant is up and running. So we went there on a weekday night to give it a try and given they just opened recently, there is not much of a crowd…

Mad About Sucre – Back with A New Look

When Mad About Sucre announced its closure in February, it came as a shock to many for they are one of the known patisseries in Singapore. 9 months on, they are back with a revamped look, a new menu and they are here to stay for another few years (yay!) A reservation deposit is required…