Ishi – A Meal Unexpected in Many Ways

The stupid WordPress autosave failed on me. So now I have to re-write the whole thing. ARGH. WordPress!! The lesser heard Ishi at Robertson Quay has been around for quite some time but I finally got down to visit when I came across posts of their bento boxes on IG. So here I am on…

Yakiniku Yazawa – Good Quality Beef at Robertson Quay

Yakiniku Yazawa has always been one of the places I’ve wanted to try but somehow every time I tried to book, the place is always full. And I can sense its popularity when I finally made it down one day. The restaurant is packed with regulars; locals and Japanese with some being directed to its…

Plum & Toro – Japanese Teppanyaki at Robertson Quay

Plum & Toro is probably quite new on the radar, so new that you probably don’t find much information available. Housed in InterContinental Robertson Quay, Plum & Toro is located just opposite their popular neighbour Wolfgang Steakhouse. Headed by Chef┬áHideki Ii or otherwise better known as Chef E, who also operates Izy izakaya and Ishi…

Po Restaurant – Finding A Different Kind of Local Classics

Po restaurant┬álocated at The Warehouse Singapore is a pretty little space, with cuisine (and the name) inspired from Popo – how we affectionately address our grandma. The first thing that the friend complained was the limited parking space – 5 to be exact, which honestly feels quite little. That aside, the interior of the hotel…