Porta at Park Hotel Clark Quay is not to be mistaken for Porta-Porta, the Southern Italian restaurant on the Far East side of Singapore along Upper Changi Road that has been around for the last 20 odd years! Porta at Robertson Quay on the other hand, serves up modern European gastronomic delights using premium produce from … Continue reading “PORTA – The Door To Modern European Cuisine!”
Drool was invited to a delectable media tasting dinner at the relatively new Tablescape – a brand new Modern European restaurant and bar located within the Grand Park City Hall at Coleman Street. A nice cozy ambience with a seating capacity of 60 pax and bar seating for 40 pax. They even have a private … Continue reading “A Taste of Modern European @ Tablescape!”
Coriander Leaf Grill is the latest brainchild of the Coriander Leaf Group to join the Ann Siang Road cluster of restaurants. The restaurant is situated on the ground floor of a 5-storey block that offers different concepts on each floor. The bar, Catchfly, located in the basement, is also a new addition. All in all, the … Continue reading “Coriander Leaf Grill Turns Up the Heat on Ann Siang Road”
The last time we had a chance to savour the new menu from Ding Dong was in July 2016. Some of the dishes on that menu were quite unforgetable I must say! So we were looking forward to coming back again. Ding Dong Restaurant is well-known in the local dining scene for its innovative and playful … Continue reading “A Ding-Dong Affair!”
Hooters is back! This time with a new management and a revamped menu to qualm all your wing needs.
Patbingsoo Korean Dining House brings unique Korean street food to Singapore, to help you get over your unforgettable holiday to Korea.
The descriptions “gluten-free” and “dairy-free” conjure up images of food that’s healthy – yes – but not quite appetising. The people behind Open Door Policy were determined to challenge that mindset and stun palates.
Celebrate the holidays with a traditional German feast this Christmas, at Brotzeit.
Red Velvet? Over-rated. Buck Tile St Café breathes fresh air into their menu with their new trend in velvet. What’s different about their Blue Velvet cakes isn’t just the change of color. Our review on these delicious beauties will tell you what’s new, blue. The welcoming rustic exterior of Buck Tile St Café is nestled … Continue reading “Blue Velvet Cake @ Buck Tile St Cafe”
Nestled among a row of conservation shop houses along the busy Amoy Street is Ding Dong, a game changer to edgy dining by the Spa Esprit Group. The concept is fun, funky and flirty. You step into an eclectic, slightly mismatched space of clashing colours, retro wall-papering with an Oriental theme, complete with nostalgic hits … Continue reading “Ding Dong Rings of Asian Fusion Done Right”