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…

[Closed] Jimoto Ya – Ramen with Ebi and Tonkotsu Broth at China Square

The latest ramen to hit the shores is by Jimoto Ya,¬†created by Chef Nobumasa Mieda. The Japanese chef helms the Michelin-Starred Kaiseki Restaurant MIEDA from Sapporo Hokkaido, bringing another Michelin-related establishment to the F&B scene in Singapore. Locating this place is a little challenging if you don’t know the exact location and Google Maps isn’t…

463. Koji Sushi Bar

Koji sushi bar seats quietly at the far end of Nankin row, along the same stretch as Platypus Lobster Shack. I was there during the weekend and it was sure quiet. I dragged the friend along to try after seeing Z posted pictures of it and since the place was newly opened. Seats were limited…

461. Lime @ Parkroyal on Pickering

It’s one of those rare occasions we get together for a buffet but since there’s always a first, we decided to visit Lime at Parkroyal Pickering, where it was known to have a pretty decent brunch buffet. I love how the restaurant gives a open and relaxed atmosphere and we plopped ourselves down at the…

445. Platypus Lobster Shack

This place has probably opened for some time before the lobster roll bandwagon came rolling along and everyone else jumped onboard. It probably wasn’t that difficult to get a reservation few months back as compared now where a visible line streams out of the restaurant every night. Platypus Lobster Shack¬†is located behind the Great Eastern…