Where to eat and drink in Singapore.
beach road scissors cut curry rice jalan besar

SINGAPORE | Beach Road Scissors Cut Curry Rice is housed in a small shop-house in Jalan Basar that serves up an assortment of delicious Hainanese dishes like curry rice, fried chicken chop, ngo hiong and yong tau foo. An assortment of things are displayed next to the small kitchen, but turnover

chye seng huat hardware jalan besar

SINGAPORE | Chye Seng Huat Hardware (“CSHH”) has become somewhat of an institution since opening in 2012. It was one of the venues that opened in Jalan Besar when the area was transitioning into a trendy part of town and is still one of the best places in Singapore for third

tippling club singapore review

SINGAPORE | Tippling Club Singapore has been around for a few years now, although its only been at its current location since late 2013. This is one of those restaurants that’s received so many accolades over the years that it finds itself by default on the list of many a diner looking

cure singapore review

SINGAPORE | Cure Singapore is the new restaurant by chef Andrew Walsh (formerly of Esquina) and Joel Fraser (The Cufflink Club) and it puts the focus squarely on the season’s best produce, gathered by a variety of local and global artisans. There’s a big focus on British and Irish produce, and the

burnt ends singapore review

SINGAPORE | Burnt Ends Singapore describes itself as a “modern Australian barbecue” restaurant and has received a lot of praise since opening in 2013 for its innovative food. More than one person I’ve spoken to has referred to their experience at Burnt Ends as one of the highlights of their dining year, and

common man coffee roasters sinagpore review

SINGAPORE | Common Man Coffee Roasters Singapore is part of the 3rd wave coffee scene that has hit Singapore in recent years. Once upon a time, not too long ago, it was hard to get a good coffee in Singapore, with chains like Starbucks and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf