Archive | August, 2015

Dig in at Full of Crab (With Your Bare Hands) – No Cutlery Allowed

The East may well be a gourmand’s paradise, but at the expense of spending an hour in transit, we were reluctant to venture out of the city. But as fate would have it, we found ourselves in the East; hungry, and craving for seafood. Full of Crab at East Coast Road So here we are, […]

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Help Eliminate Poverty at Fleur de Sel’s “La Maison des Etoiles” Dinner on Sep 4

In a world where wining and dining as well become second nature; where water is served either sparkling or still (maître ds shun you like the plague if you respond “tap”) and $300 degustation meals have evolved into a societal norm, it is refreshing, heartwarming even, to see a restaurant choosing to give back to […]

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2it&drink – Fresh, Homely Italian Fare at Affordable Prices

Italy may be good 10,000 miles away from us, but who’s to say we can’t have lunch like Italians do on a Sunday afternoon? Unlike large central communal tables in traditional Italian homes—Italians often spend long hours dining together—littered with home-baked bread, meatballs, hearty pastas and pizzas (and a notable collection of wines by the […]

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Tburu – Gloriously Exquisite Japanese Cuisine at Orchard Gateway

While there is no shortage to Japanese restaurants in Singapore, it is certainly rare to stumble upon one of such caliber. Cue Tburu (pronounced tay-bu-ru; meaning ‘table’ in Japanese); a sleek and minimalist Japanese restaurant that focuses on premium meats and seafood grilled with bincho-tan. Tburu at Orchard Gateway @ Emerald Its clean interior boasts […]

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