Willow Restaurant – New Kid on The Block with So Much Potential

I chanced upon Willow on IG and decided to come here for my birthday meal. Helmed by Chef Nicolas Tam who has experiences in Zen and Joël Robuchon under his belt, he and his young team serves up Contemporary Asian cuisine with Japanese influences on his menu. I like that there are no different seatings…

Rosemead – Modern Californian Cuisine at The Now Defunct Black Swan

You will recognise this place from the now defunct Black Swan. Fairly new, Rosemead focuses on modern Californian cuisine, ala-carte style. The restaurant was rather empty when we visited on a Friday evening though the crowd started steaming in much later in the night. The warm tones of the interior gave people a relaxed atmosphere,…

Fool – Unconventional Wine Bar at Boon Tat Street

Went to the much anticipated opening of Fool, which now occupied the defunct Cheek Bistro, also helmed by Chef-Owner Rishi Naleendra. They modified the place a little, and as the place was not big to start with, seatings are limited. With its focus now as a wine bar, it’s unconventional from what you would expect…

MadASS – New Concept by Mad About Sucre at Change Alley

People who are familiar with Mad About Sucre will be glad to know they have opened a sister restaurant at Change Alley Raffles Place. It’s a different concept from what you are familiar with, with MADASS being the more playful and rebellious younger sister serving healthy bowls at lunch and tapas and cocktails at night….

Yakiniquest – So Good I Wanna Go Back

The friend requested a meal at Yakiniquest and so we obliged. It was a rather nice evening and since we were early (they only open at 530pm), we sat by the riverside and just enjoyed the view. We were seated next to the private rooms half hoping that they were unoccupied so that we can…