Minka – Oxley Tower

It seems that no matter how food trends seem to come and go, wallet-friendly Japanese rice bowls are something that would never die out. Occupying a hole-in-the-wall spot at Oxley Tower, Minka is a new Japanese establishment that serves two different menus throughout the day. Decked in an undeniably Japanese style, the establishment’s use of…

Voyage Patisserie – Outram Road

Situated along Outram Road at the same stretch of shophouses as Tiong Bahru Pau beside Wangz Hotel is Voyage Patisserie, one of the newest patisseries in town. Occupying the first level of the shophouse that it is housed in, Voyage Patisserie is pretty spacious with a rather deep floor area. Walking into the shop space,…

Pasta Supremo – Suntec City Mall

It seems that handmade pasta is pretty much still in-trend of the late, considering how places serving up handmade pasta is still sprouting up across the island slowly. Taking over the former premises of now-defunct Nostimo Greek Deli (some may be more familiar with the space being ERGON Singapore), Pasta Supremo is the latest F&B…

Yamaya 山や – Fortune Centre

It seems that there is a growing variety of Japanese establishments opening up at Fortune Centre of the late. From the same folks behind Nobu-Ya and Motsu-Ya situated in the same building, Yama-Ya is their latest concept, serving up Japanese cuisine that is pretty much unlike that of other establishments. Decked in an environment which…

Baristart Coffee – Tras Street

Hailing from Hokkaido, Japan, Baristart Coffee had recently opened an outpost at Tras Street in the Tanjong Pagar neighbourhood. Taking over the former premises of now-defunct May May, Baristart Coffee is a mid-sized cafe. While the shophouse had changed hands a number of times in between (once being occupied by a Korean restaurant slightly before…

Micro Bakery and Kitchen – Serene Centre

Being seen as the spiritual successor to The Bakery by Woodlands Sourdough, Micro Bakery and Kitchen has recently opened its doors at Serene Centre to much delight of the residents in the area. Taking over the former premises of now-defunct The Bakery by Woodlands Sourdough, Micro Bakery and Kitchen is a new establishment that the…

Thai Jing Jing – Opal Crescent

Having moved from Jalan Berseh Food Centre to the heartlands of Hougang Central a couple of years ago, Thai Jing Jing had been missed (by us) for their stellar Deep-Fried Garlic Pork and other delectable Thai cuisines after its permanent closure. It definitely came as a surprise to hear Thai Jing Jing’s comeback; a hiatus…

Teppan Kappou Kenji – Tanjong Pagar Road

Teppan Kappou Kenji had been opened since November 2018, serving up Japanese teppanyaki dishes along Tanjong Pagar Road. Occupying the shop space beside Ginza Tendon Itsuki at Tanjong Pagar Road, Teppan Kappou Kenji adds to the myriad of Japanese cuisine options available in the neighbourhood. Unlike many other restaurants which choose to focus on Donburi…

Paradise Gastronomy 食味堂 – GV Yishun

Paradise Gastronomy 食味堂 is a name that those who are in-the-know with the F&B scene should find pretty familiar, considering how they had been in business since a while ago at The Bencoolen. Taking over the former premises of now-defunct 糖心风暴甜品 Sweet Tornado Desserts at Yishun 10 where GV Yishun is also located, Paradise Gastronomy…

Lobsters and Ice Cream – New Bridge Road

Taking over the former premises of now-defunct Oyoge Taiyaki at New Bridge Road is Lobsters and Ice-Cream, specializing in lobster rolls and soft-serve ice-cream. Being situated right in front of the T-junction at North Bridge Road and Mosque Street, Lobsters and Ice-Cream is just a small kiosk that serves up only lobster and crab rolls,…

Pho Viet – Upper Thomson Road

Taking over the former premises of Old School Delights at Upper Thomson Road is Pho Viet, a new establishment that serves up Vietnamese cuisine. Situated at the main stretch of eateries up at Upper Thomson Road where Maneko Japanese Restaurant, Birdy’s, and One Man Coffee etc. are located, Pho Viet seemingly provides a new dining…

Omoté – Thomson Plaza

Sushiro has gone a long way ever since it’s beginnings from a 12-seater space at Thomson Plaza; the concept had since been rebranded as Omoté, with the shop moving from its expanded shop space at Level 1 to a bigger space at Level 3 within the same mall. Having started off from a kiosk-sized stall…